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9 days ago

Full Stack Software Engineer

Newton Fort Collins, CO

Newton Software is a growing technology company headquartered in San Francisco. We design and build cloud-based business software that helps… CareerBuilder

26 days ago

Graduate Management Consultant (Field Based)

Newton Europe Abingdon, England

This is Newton and if it sounds exciting then read on. Our people are great communicators, some of the most talented individuals and come from a…

2 days ago

Operational Consultant - Public Sector Procurement Specialist – new

Newton Europe Abingdon, England

Job Type: Full-time - Permanent No. of Positions Available: Multiple Salary Expectations: Competitive Package Would you like to work for a… Adzuna

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    Fantastic opportunity to work with amazing colleagues and make a difference for a variety of clients!

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    Current Employee - Consultant in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Consultant in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at Newton Europe full-time (more than an year)


    You really do get responsibility early on in your career - you will be making a difference on site to clients straight away.
    Being on site with clients means you get to meet a lot of people and have a lot of variety in your day.
    The people you work with are really interesting, intelligent and driven people.
    The review days, activity days and parties are awesome, not only for the money spent on them (we hire a beach for the summer party), but also because we are friends as well as colleagues.
    Everyone, right up to the directors, is down-to-earth and approachable.
    The experience you get at Newton will stand you in good stead to go in to many industries.


    We don't work weekends, but there are some pretty intense weeks - not in terms of hours necessarily, but we are always 'on it'.
    We have to be away from home during the week - we get paid expenses, have team fun nights and enjoy being with our colleagues, but it's not the same as being at home!
    Sometimes a project ends when the results haven't come through yet as there is a lead time for the improvements to hit the shop floor, which means that it seems to us that we are leaving site suddenly and we aren't always there to see the results, which isn't as rewarding.
    If it is decided in your recruitment process that you will be hired as a graduate, it's very hard, if not impossible, to be promoted significantly 'ahead of the curve', no matter what they say in the recruitment presentation - people get promoted at 6 months in (if you are decided to be an experienced hire) or 19-22 months in (the curve for a graduate) - nobody gets promoted in between the two.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't lose the culture as we get bigger - we're starting to feel much more 'corporate', which apart from anything else, doesn't really fit in with the senior team!
    It's great that you're focusing so much on recruitment, particularly to senior/lead level, but be careful not to forget to focus on retaining the people you have already! Already senior people seem very distant from the stresses & pressures of what it is like to be a consultant on a current project - remember they are larger both financially and in terms of the number of stakeholders than when you were at our level.

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