What range is ACN offering for Change Management Consultant position in Northeast region (NY specifically)? Recruiter said the range is pretty rigid regardless of experience
Opinions on Crowe’s healthcare practice? Interviewing for senior staff consultant position if anyone has a comp range on hand
6 months in the entry level consultant program and already thinking about leaving. majored in MIS in college and do not have a lot of technical skills. Any companies that has similar consulting role?
Interviewing for expert consultant role at BCG. Can anyone provide insight into typical salary range?
Work as a consultant (the role is basically an all round role as we don’t really have managers - we are only 30 people in the company) at a tech startup right now. I’ve been here for a year but. (Cont
What have you decided to outsource? I’m an ex-MBB consultant that took a startup role and therefore a significant paycut hoping the trade off will be worth it. But I’m pretty certain I’m not cont’d
Exit opportunities for newly promoted Consultant looking to get more healthcare-focused experience? I’m 2 years out of undergrad and only have PMO experience. I have a undergrad in Health Informatics.
if a job posting for a consultant role is listed to be hiring in like 27 cities for example... does that mean they wouldn't be open to another major city not that list?
Anyone that can refer me to a strategy and operations - associate position at door dash? Currently working as a first year management consultant
Starting a new project in a staff aug role. I’ll be the only consultant joining an existing client team acting as one of their senior analysts. Any advice? Nervous about not having a team to lean on
D🐠- I’m currently a 1.5+ year Consultant level (on track for promotion by EOY), 4 years total since undergrad. Can I shoot for SC? Or apply for the same position at C level to be safe?
what are good exit opportunities for a generalist management consultant (Big 4) with 5+ yrs experience in shared services/ outsourcing projects (across multiple industries)? looking for less travel
Is it a strategic disadvantage to not have an admissions consultant? I just cannot justify the cost of hiring them for my applications.
I have an in-person interview for a lateral role in a boutique consulting firm at the sr consultant role. Planning on wearing a jacket. Should I wear a tie or not? Male 🐠
What are the challenges and training required to switch from Healthcare IT Consultant role to a completely different industry like Construction ?
Anyone have any insight into exit opportunities for a consultant with a talent and organization background? The more I am here the more I am concerned I will get stuck with no real external value.
Generally speaking, what is the best time and path to exit consulting if you are a homegrown consultant, meaning you were hired out of university?
Anyone here transitioned from Tech Consultant role to Product Manager? how was your experience, what level did you switch?
If I applied for an exit op at a client before, will they care if I get rolled on as a consultant?
Hey folks - reaching out for advice. Fmr LS strategy consultant that moved onto a VC/BD role at a seed fund. Was just recently accepted to a state medical school (nothing special but I received scholarship and won’t have to take out a loan to pay for school), but of course it is the opportunity to train as a physician. Given the current economic outlook, what would you do if you were in my shoes? If you didn’t go to medical school, what would you try to do?
Looking for a $300k position in the South that works 40-45 hours a week. Any recommendations? Currently a post-MBA consultant looking to exit consulting at some point.
D.C. exit ops for data science/ml consultant? I'm a C2 (level 2 at D), up for SC (level 3). Just 1.5 YOE, since I came in with an MS. Expecting 100k base at SC (low because of GPS and YOE)...
Moving from MBB consulting as a consultant or PL/EM/Manager, what are some good industry exit opportunities (outside of PE) where your compensation won't take a hit?
Has anyone moved from HC consulting to HRBP role? Looking for exit opps beyond Org Development consultant. Also what level I’m consulting would be equivalent? I have 10 years exp mix of industry/consulting in org dev but wondering if Sr HRBP would be more appropriate.
Strategy consultant looking to leave consulting. Any program management roles in industry/tech hiring during this time?
A seasoned, sweet, spicy (not salty) Sr Producer with lots of experience in the digital, broadcast, social media and print world looking to nest on the brand side. Will happily work as a cost consultant or internal content producer. Open to a new professional space and a new role. Anyone have advice or contacts to share?
Which skillsets are in demand in the market? As a consultant which skillsets do you think would be worth developing for exit in the next few years? Which are less important?
What skills are most valued by VC when hiring associate-level ex-consultants? Ie why pull in an ex consultant rather than someone with industry background?
Non oil and gas exit opportunities for MBB/tier 2 strategy consultant in Houston. Which companies are hiring, what types of offers are folks getting?
What resources helped to solidify your “Why MBA” story? I know this is largely personal, but as a consultant who is looking to pursue an MBA to pivot to MBB or a Product manager role..two very generic stories, how did you go about nailing down that story for yourself.
Currently a consultant making ~104k base. Will likely be promoted to manager this year (assuming that’s ~130k base). Have the opp to move to a startup company paying ~115k with no bonus - the role is much more aligned to what I am interested in/industry I want to be in long term. My job at ACN is fine & I work with great people & am learning a lot, but I am not at all passionate about the work/industry I’m in. Is this job worth the jump if I’m 95% sure of promo, or do I wait until promo to look?
Any sr. analyst specific interview questions I should know? I am coming from entry level IT consultant role
Im someone with a "business" background (supply chain, procurement) that went to work for as a consultant for tech consulting firm after finishing my MBA, but now having trouble finding a project. Got my PSM 1 cert, but not sure what else to do. Not a technical person, never coded. What would you recommend someone in my position to focus on? I'd like to remain on the project management/BA side of the business. TIA!
Has anyone left Big 4 to go independent with current client? My current client offered me a full time role but I want to come in as an independent consultant. I’d save them money and think they’d go for it. I’d use it as my first client and look to try my own consulting business. It’s always been my dream and I don’t see myself going through the ringer to make partner although I respect folks who do a ton. Just not for me. Too much mental health issues already. Can’t add that stress.
How much of a pay cut, if any, did Toronto MBB alum take when shifting to industry from a consultant level position?
Have an open book technical evaluation for a solutions consultant role which I need to complete within 24 hours. How do I prep for this? What kind of questions should I expect?
What is the difference between an Associate Consultant role (in MBB) vs. a Consulting/Business Analyst role (in McK/Big 4/ACN)? Would the former be a step up from the latter, or they are lateral?
Need honest opinion from 🐠. Background: previously a big four consultant in tech consulting. Didn’t like the tech implementation work at all and needed to pivot. After obtaining my masters in data science, I landed a good role that actually uses what I’ve learned. However, this role also made me realize that data science (at least in this organization) has a very low ceiling, and is also highly on the technical side. I see myself eventually wanting to move to leadership/management positions.