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30+ days ago

Health Analytics Clinical Practitioner Manager

Accenture Washington, DC

Basic Qualifications: · Trained medical doctor/physician · Minimum 3 years working as a clinician · Previous consulting experience including… Accenture

30+ days ago

Operations Sourcing and Procurement Health Manager

Accenture Washington, DC

• Healthcare ERP: e.g. Lawson, PeopleSoft, PMM; including capability to navigate the system to write queries and develop reports from supply chain… Accenture

6 days ago

Clinical Database Services Project Manager

Accenture Philadelphia, PA

Basic Qualifications • Minimum 3 years of project management experience in Clinical Data Management or related field • Minimum 2 years… Accenture

30+ days ago

Pharmaceutical R&D Oracle Life Sciences Hub Consulting Manager

Accenture Philadelphia, PA

• Experience leading a systems implementation project in the R&D space, and a demonstrated ability to manage vendor selection, scope, budget… Accenture

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    Accelerated learning through exposure to senior clients and intensive on-the-job learning

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    As with all consulting, you get the usual pros: diverse projects and clientele, exposure to senior leadership, travel (if you enjoy it!).

    Accenture's strategy management consulting team is relatively small (both within the much larger company) and versus strategy-only houses. That brings advantages: you can get to know senior leadership very quickly, especially if you are based in a major office like London.


    1- If you're interested in high-level strategy / management consulting, the company's reputation in IT delivery will work against you when pitching to clients
    2- A lot of company politics internally means you are often not rewarded based on your achievements before the clients, but on how well you are known & how much you are liked by senior people within (despite the fact that few of these people ever see your actual work)
    3- Because of (2), you are required to do a lot of "extra-curriculars" within the company to get known. Give the long-hours required for your actual client work, these additional extra-curriculars end up consuming your evening and/or your weekends

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