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13 days ago

IBM Cloud Advisor

IBM Washington, DC

• Solution Identifier / Qualifier with Clients • Communicator to navigate and simplify technology and business… IBM


30+ days ago

Quantitative/Qualitative Data Analyst

IBM Washington, DC

The Quantitative/Qualitative Data Analyst will also be using code base to find, download, parse and analyze CT relevant reporting, maintain database… IBM


30+ days ago

JDE Financials Managing Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

The JDE Financial Managing Consultant is responsible for consulting on JDE engagements, including implementation, upgrade, and/or extension of… IBM


10 days ago

Network Architect - Southeast or

IBM Washington, DC

Global Technology Services (GTS) is seeking Network Architects - Cisco and/or Juniper Solutions. These individuals will be responsible for leading… IBM


30+ days ago

Federal i2 Technical Sales Specialist

IBM Washington, DC

for this position include: • Working closely with the Federal Analytics sales specialists to help generate IBM software revenue • Meeting with… IBM


30+ days ago

Executive Consultant - Global Security Services

IBM Washington, DC

The Executive Consultant in the IBM Security Services Practice will be an advisor that can speak to the security landscape and have the ability to… IBM


4 days ago

Transition Manager

IBM Washington, DC

The individual should have both proven customer skills as well as be able to lead a team. This role is responsible to ensure that services projects… IBM


25 days ago

Sales Enablement Manager

IBM Washington, DC

and Related Duties: • Directs and manages the activity of the team who are targeted with the ongoing support of sales effectiveness, sales… IBM


30+ days ago

Deskside Support Representative

IBM Washington, DC

This role performs varying degrees of problem determination and resolution of desktop hardware and software problems through the effective use of… IBM


30+ days ago

Oracle Business Solution Professional - Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana (TOLA)

IBM Washington, DC

A few years ago IBM celebrated its Centennial, proudly looking back at a history of achievement, leadership, and commitment to innovation and… IBM


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    Overall, my experience at IBM was very good. It was a great place to begin a consulting career.

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    Former Employee - Managing Consultant in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Managing Consultant in Washington, DC

    I worked at IBM full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Mostly smart, hard-working individuals work as consultants at IBM. The company name opens a lot of doors and provides instant credibility. There is a lot of room to grow and if you work for the right people, you will be given opportunities.

    Cons

    The work-life balance is OK as far as consulting goes. You work hard, but most people at the company do as well. The compensation is a little below average from what I can tell. With respect to training, there are a lot of online training resources available, but in-person, in-class training is very limited and is the first thing to be cut when the economy goes south.

    As with most consultancies, the major emphasis is on "utilization," which more experienced consultants may be able to affect, but entry-level ones have very little power over, so this can be frustrating.

    My biggest beef with IBM is that it is a constantly changing environment in the sense that there always seems to be a re-organization going on so it is hard for employees to understand how they fit in. Also, I do not believe they truly understand/appreciate strategy consulting. They know IT strategy, but not pure strategy because they focus on big, long-term, multi-year contracts, which is not how strategy consulting works.

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