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Federal- Entry Level Training Program- Software Engineering Associate - Arlingto – new

Accenture Arlington, VA

• A track record of strong academic performance (2.8 or higher cumulative GPA) Preferred Majors: • Computer Science/Computer Engineering… Accenture

6 days ago

Federal - SAP FI Consultant

Accenture Arlington, VA +2 locations

An active security clearance or the ability to obtain one, may be required for this role. Candidates who are currently… Accenture

24 hrs ago

Federal - Java Web Developer, Analyst Programmer – new

Accenture Arlington, VA

• Experience with databases, SQL, data modeling and performance tuning. • Experience with mobile (IOS, html5, android) and responsive web… Accenture

2 days ago

Federal - Java Consultant – new

Accenture Arlington, VA

• Experience with Rules Package solutions (Blaze or iLog) or Open Source Rules Engine (i.e. Drools) • Architecture design experience and design… Accenture

5 days ago

Federal - Storage Engineer - Ashburn

Accenture Arlington, VA

Applicants for employment in the U.S. must possess work authorization which does not require, now or in the future… Accenture

5 days ago

Federal - IO Solution Architect

Accenture Arlington, VA

Basic Qualifications: • Bachelor's degree • 7+ years as a Solution Architect • Solution Architect Certified • Proven ability to work… Accenture

6 days ago

Federal - Analytics Consultant

Accenture Arlington, VA

• 4 years of MS Excel (pivot tables, functions, etc.) • Bachelor Degree Preferred Qualifications: • Proficient in excel, SQL or SAS preferred… Accenture

3 days ago

Federal-Senior Proposal Manager – new

Accenture Arlington, VA

Basic Qualifications: 1. Bachelors degree in Business, English, or a field closely related to the business of the company 2. At least 7 years of… Accenture

1 day ago

Federal - Subcontract Manager + – new

Accenture Arlington, VA

Accenture is an EEO and Affirmative Action Employer of Females/Minorities/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. All employment decisions shall… Accenture

3 days ago

Federal - Information & Network Security Engineer + – new

Accenture Arlington, VA

Accenture is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Accenture is committed to providing veteran employment opportunities to our service men and… Accenture

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    Great launching pad for a career, frustratingly siloed, medium compensation, great vacation and benefits.

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    Current Employee - Manager  in  Boston, MA
    Current Employee - Manager in Boston, MA

    I have been working at Accenture full-time for more than 5 years


    - Accenture looks good on a resume.
    - Accenture is filled with great people developers. When you are ready for more responsibility, you will get it.
    - You will learn a lot of relevant IT, consulting, managerial, and technical skills.
    - While there are very smart people at Accenture, it's not as competitive as Google, Bain, McKinsey, etc. This makes it much easier to differentiate yourself in performance reviews.
    - Benefits are very good. 25 days vacation for starters, 27 when you hit manager, plus 10 paid vacations.
    - 401k match is 50% of 6% (why don't they just say 3%?) that begins a year after you start.
    - I have been able to control my work/life balance. This is not always the case for everyone, but it can be done.
    - My manager cares about me as a person. I am frequently contacted by people I have worked with in the past to join their next project. At the individual level, you make strong friendships and people do care about you.


    - There is very little energy or passion in Accenture.
    - Senior leadership has completely lost track with people on the ground floor. They use too many hollow buzzwords and acronyms.
    - Management does not take into account the preferences of Analysts and Consultants. At those levels they are primarily concerned about getting a warm body in a role. It is frustrating to see entry-level employees assigned randomly to a group (which is often a poor fit for them) and unable to escape. I have been pulled into a number of those situations to help my mentees and have been disheartened at the approach taken by HR and management.
    - Until you make Manager, your compensation will be at the low end of competitive. After Manager, compensation picks up but is still not amazing.
    - Internal training is awful. The online courses are laughably bad. The in-person courses are hit or miss. Some are excellent, some are horrible.
    - Accenture is a public company. They sometimes act in short-sighted ways (like canceling training for everyone to lower costs to report a better outcome to Wall Street). You don't see all of the lavishness you see at Deloitte or other private companies.
    - Accenture tries to cut costs wherever they can. Laptops aren't great, work supplies are poor quality (most people buy their own).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Use fewer buzzwords. Talk to Analysts every once in a while. Find out what's destroying the energy and passion in the company and fix the problem.

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