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Job Satisfaction at Accenture
- Average rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 58 reviews7.7 / 10
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
My tasks vary depending on deadlines and client requests. I work closely with my manager to produce comms for the business.
Not really challenging myself, but trying to move into something better
Sort of work(Tech Consulting) is different to what they advertise in recruitment events(Actual Management Consulting work). Would prefer to do more strategy or management consulting type work as advertised in the recruitment events.
I am currently working as a test coordinator where I work closely with offshore teams to execute tests and deliver results.
At the moment I'm doing a PMO role, which includes general onboarding and off boarding activities.
Currently I am working on a machine learning application and am working on curating the data.
Stakeholder management, communications, developing and executing change management deliverables, training.
Basically all the work i have been assigned was enjoyable and fun to complete.
Project Management Microsoft Office (excel, ppt, outlook) Status meetings with client Responding to proposals
Project management role - keeping track of data, milestones, reporting to senior management, resolving ad hoc issues.
It's hard to comment, as the role is so varied. As I've been here for such a short time, it's hard to say confidently what they will be. Also, because I've been on the bench for so long, I dictate my own day-to-day responsibilities.
I like the work that I do - it is challenging and engaging
It depends day-to-day and the type of project you're involved in. It can vary from process mapping (understanding a company's processes and way of doing things), testing technology development, attending workshops, creating PowerPoints.
Meaningful work but can be tedious at times.
At the moment, my day-to-day is fantastic. It's lots of interviews and working alongside managers to produce outputs for the client. I'm very much involved and I'm learning a lot, even getting the chance to lead interviews.
Pricing deal structures for new contracts. Working in tandem with the CFM and Sales teams.
Desk job. Talk to IT and business and get them to communicate with each other
Technology consulting comprises of many job tasks and skills. Overall, you could describe this job as being the conduit between the business/financial components of an organisation and the technology departments. We advise large and prestigious businesses on how best to implement new technologies, what the future of the workforce looks like and how to react to maintain an adaptive and thriving organisation.
Not given the roles where I can give my best
I am an analyst so my responsibilities vary widely project to project and day to day. So far, most of my work is in Change Management or Data and Analytics.
My role changes when I need it to and can always present me with a challenge.
Generally, I help write process documents and create process flows on Visio.
New role has good coverage of different types of tasks which is useful in learning and developing however previous role was ill-defined and not very useful in developing a career.
Contact with offshore team. Data preparation and testing mainframe.
Often given a lot of responsibilities from the start (when on a project), working hours are long, and tasks demanding. Challenged to work beyond your level but not punished if this is unreasonable.
Providing technology inputs in a business context
Lots of meetings and managing offshore teams
Liaising with other client stakeholders. Sending emails. Organising meetings. Reviewing and updating documents. Creating PowerPoint presentations
Consulting skills and business methods are not taught at uni. so, a lot of my day to day work involves learning on the job. Which is great, I learn a lot and in many different industries.
UX design lead on a global e-commerce roll out
Learning heaps, have a good amount of responsibility
Role rotation did not happen after two years in the same role. getting bored. Nothing much to do in Security
I work as a Front-End developer in a Waterfall/Agile team, working daily on integrating the Front-End Web Interface with the Back-End Salesforce Instance.
They are mainly client and project focused, and range from conducting requirement gathering workshops, formulating project deliverables and managing personal and team workloads.
Hard work with often long hours but rewarding and you are given a lot of responsibility and training.
Varies heavily which is a plus for me. Involves a lot of lateral thinking, focuses on collaboration and requires good resilience.
Current role is working as a Functional Tester for a client in the tolling space. My responsibilities include testing most components on the tolling systems, raise defects in case of deviations, work with the teams for efficient defect remediation and understand new component functionalities before starting off the testing process.