I’ve applied, when will I hear from you?
We aim to get back to you as soon as we can if your application is of interest, this will typically be within 2-3 days. If you have not heard from us, please assume that you have been unsuccessful and we wish you all the best in your job search.
I do not have a consultancy background, would you still consider me?
For our Project Manager and Senior Consultant roles, a consulting background is essential. We are open to receiving applicants with alternative professional/educational backgrounds for our Management Consultant and TMC roles.
I do not have a degree, would you still consider me?
We require all candidates to have a degree with a minimum of a 2:1, except for our Business Development Exec role.
Do you offer sponsorship/visas?
We do not currently offer any form of sponsorship or visa. We will consider accepting candidates with a Graduate Visa that allows you to work for 2 years without sponsorship.
Do you offer placements/internships?
We do not currently offer any form of placement or internships.
What networking opportunities are there on offer?
We offer an internal buddy scheme to our Trainee Management Consultants and Business Development Execs, giving them the opportunity to connect with our consultants, learn more about current projects and provide valued support for mental wellbeing.
We run frequent Consultant Breakfasts, Monthly Company Calls and bi-annual Company Conferences to celebrate successes and ensure everyone is kept up to date with company performance.
We’re also members of the Management Consultancies Associations who regularly run networking events to share best practice and meet other professionals in the industry.
What do you offer in terms of training?
We offer specific and tailored internal training and on-boarding for new joiners, with set plans for TMCs and BDEs and more tailored plans for consulting roles to help harness knowledge across the business, support development and cater to their individual training requirements.
We also often invest in high quality external training through company training courses and sponsoring individuals to participate in courses to further their skills in a chosen area.
What are the career development opportunities for the differing roles?
There are dedicated progression plans for each role which will be discussed upon joining Managementors. As a high level overview, the basic structure of our consulting and analysis teams are as follows:
(For guideline purposes – accelerated advancement is available for exemplar performance)
What does the application and interview process involve?
Once you have submitted your CV and cover letter, if it adheres to our criteria, we will contact you/your recruiter with a link for our psychometric assessment test to assess your suitability for the role. Upon receiving your results, we will make an informed decision as to whether to progress you to the first interview stage.
During your first interview, we want to get to know more about you! We will look to explore your capability/aptitude for the role through a discussion around your CV and your understanding of us as a business and how you might fit in.
Should you be successful in your first interview, we will progress you to the final stage which will consist of a briefed 20-minute presentation around why we should consider you for the role along with some questions which will require you to be able to think critically and respond logically.
Business attire is required for the first interview, and smart casual for the final.
Is there a dress code?
- For office-based employees, the dress code is casual
- For site-based employees, business attire is required
What is your maternity policy?
Following two years of service with Managementors you will be entitled to enhanced maternity pay – 26 weeks of 100% full pay, followed by 13 weeks of 50% pay. Full terms and conditions around maternity pay can be discussed during the offer stage, should it be of interest to you.
What benefits are included in my package?
- Potential for performance bonus
- Car allowance (for Consulting roles)
- Enhanced maternity pay (subject to meeting requirements)
- BUPA private health insurance
- Pension Contribution
- Death in Service – 4x salary
- We offer 25 days annual leave increasing by 1 day a year after 3 full years of service up to a maximum of 30 days
- We provide an attractive range of benefits through Perkbox
Are there any company bonuses on offer?
We offer two bonuses that are given on a bi-annual basis – one company wide and one performance based. For consulting staff, there is an additional bonus based on the achievement of more work.
What percentage is contributed by the company to my pension and must it be matched by the employee?
The company pays a contribution 5% of basic salary and individuals are encouraged to contribute 3% (less 20% of this 3% which is made up by the government.) However, individuals can choose to contribute more or less or opt out of a personal contribution completely.
Does your Bupa package cover employees only or does it also cover immediate family?
Your Bupa package will also cover spouses and children, assuming you or your family do not have private health cover in place already.
Location & Travel Commitments
What is the requirement for me to be away from home/on site? Is this negotiable?
Unless you live close enough to commute or are on a project where some remote working is feasible, you will be required to be on client site and staying away for 3 nights from Monday to Thurs, and working from home on a Friday. This therefore means you are home more nights in the week than you are away, to accommodate a healthy work/life balance. Across a typical year this would roughly equate to 70% of your total nights spent at home.
Can I choose which locations I go on project?
In an ideal world, we would put you on a project that is convenient for where you live, which we aim to do this if feasible, but unfortunately depending on resource requirements this may not be possible.
How often will I be required to come into the office in Theale?
Site-based employees will be required to come to the office in Theale for their first day/two days to pick up equipment, have their induction and attend various introductory meetings with key members of staff. Following this, you will only be needed in the office if you are required to carry out training sessions for the Trainee Management Consultants which will be distributed evenly and based on consultant availability. Therefore, maybe once every couple of months at most.
Is there likely to be much international travel?
Our projects are based predominantly in the UK, however if a project rolls out into other international areas, there may be the opportunity to travel abroad depending on requirements.