Hey just wanted to check if anyone (Australia) knows senior consultant banding for Monitor Deloitte? Just got an offer and it's WAY below my expectations.
Thanks in advance!
Hello All, we are hiring freshers for multiple positions.
Please see the below details,
- Technical Interns with B.E. / B.Tech background
Backend (.Net API, SQL)
- BA with bachelor's degree in business or related field or an MBA
- PM with bachelor's degree in business or related field or an MBA.
References are highly appreciated!
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