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27 days ago

Accounting Analyst

Deloitte Washington, DC

Deloitte & Touche's dynamic Federal Practice based in Washington D.C. and the surrounding Metropolitan area has opportunities for you to become part… Deloitte


19 days ago

Hyperion Essbase Developer

Deloitte Washington, DC

Deloitte Consulting's dynamic Federal Practice based in Washington D.C. and the surrounding Metropolitan area has opportunities for you to become… Deloitte


21 days ago

Front End Engineer

Deloitte Washington, DC

HTML5, CSS, and JavaScriptto some, theyre merely tools for doing a job. To you, theyre like grains of magic dust you sprinkle across the Internet… Deloitte


21 days ago

Consulting Methods & Tools Project Enablement Coach (Any US Deloitte Office)

Deloitte Washington, DC

• Provide advisory and hands-on enablement services to pursuit and project teams in the areas of project management, process design/modeling… Deloitte


22 days ago

DTBA - Data Analytics - Senior Associate (EFM)

Deloitte Washington, DC

At Deloitte, you can have a rewarding career on every level. In addition to challenging and meaningful work, you’ll have the chance to give back to… Deloitte


21 days ago

User Experience Designer

Deloitte Washington, DC

You are the voice of the people. In all of your interactions with clients, project managers, designers, engineers, QA gurus and more youll advocate… Deloitte


19 days ago

Executive Communications Analyst - Federal Consulting Practice

Deloitte Washington, DC

Deloitte Consulting's dynamic Federal Practice based in Washington D.C. and the surrounding Metropolitan area has opportunities for you to become… Deloitte


13 days ago

Oracle Adaptive Access Manager (OAAM) Engineer

Deloitte Washington, DC

Business models today encourage, and even require, opening boundaries between customers, suppliers, and partners. Technology can enable that openness… Deloitte


20 days ago

Deloitte, Team Secretary, Tax and Audit

Deloitte Washington, DC

will include: • Typing – letters, memos, spreadsheets, electronic communications, reports, accounts, Powerpoint presentations • Organising… Deloitte


21 days ago

Business Experience Designer

Deloitte Washington, DC

Remember the scene in Superman, when he filled in for a busted track and a speeding train cruised over his back? Thats you (without the blue and red… Deloitte


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    Current Employee - Senior Consultant  in  Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in Washington, DC

    I have been working at Deloitte full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    1. Name Recognition.
    2. Great training programs.
    3. DU is a beautiful campus.

    Cons

    1. Politics, politics, politics…beware at all times.
    2. No work-life balance…no explanation needed.
    3. If coming in as a Senior Consultant, ensure you have a project PRIOR to starting. Many Senior Consultants come hired onto the bench, which tanks your utilization, and you will be penalized. Senior Consultants are not a hot commodity in the Federal space. It is easier to hire an Analyst or Consultant on a project than a Senior Consultant.
    4. Not easy to switch projects if not a match for your skill set. The manager will pretty much screw you on your review for this.
    5. Not as “client focused” as promoted. More often than not, it is all about the sale of new business than focusing on the task already given. Clients suffer.
    6. Manager -level and above will throw you under the bus to save their own hide. You must play the game well and be-friend the right people to ensure your end of the year review is not affected.
    7. Your vacation is not your vacation. You have to pretty much beg to take off. Also, keep in mind; taking vacation tanks your utilization.
    8. Not as easy to move within the company as promised. One has to actually PROVE themselves qualified in order to move somewhere else. This will require approvals all over the place.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take a hard look at the management in place. I encourage 360 reviews to be required for every project manager by their project team. That will identify all weak links. Partners are too far removed from everyone to be the advocate and solve problems. As long as the politics out-weigh the experience, turn over will continue to increase. Utilization shouldn’t be required for first year employees. Navigating thought the company is hard enough as is.

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