- City of London, United Kingdom
- 51 to 200 Employees
- 3 Locations
- Type: Private Practice / Firm
- Founded in 1990
- Revenue: $25 to $50 million (USD)
- Business Consulting
Welcome to our two newest consultants, Hayley Fisher in London and Niall Doyle in New York! Hayley joins us from Accenture where she spent the last 12 years focussing on complex technology delivery including Cloud Migration and Digital Marketing Transformation. She has worked with some of the UK and EU’s major Telcos as well as key international media clients to plan and deliver transformational change in both traditional and agile environments, navigating the challenges and opportunities that come with a drive for new Digital Services. Hayley is excited to apply the skills she has honed to a broader set of client challenges and looks forward to making new and long-lasting relationships with clients and colleagues at Berkeley. Niall joins The Berkeley Partnership in New York from Deloitte with over 8 years of experience in consulting across the full end-to-end delivery cycle. He was mainly focused on project management, technology design and delivery on large technology enabled transformations for clients within Retail and Technology, Media and Telecommunications. His recent experience includes managing the implementation of new digital platforms and end-to-end agile technical deliveries. Niall is excited to apply his skillset to the variety of unique client challenges at Berkeley. Want to know more about careers at Berkeley? Visit – https://bit.ly/3sqfTHm #newjoiners #managementconsultant #careers
This week Berkeley continued celebrating UK Black History Month with a panel of our people sharing their perspectives on black experiences and identities, thanks to: Corinne Browne-Marke, Joseph Mogaji, Julie Kharono Orisakwe and Moses Ayinde for their enlightening presentations. We also sampled some tasty Afro-Caribbean snacks in the office, before heading over to Enish to enjoy some incredible Nigerian cuisine. Find out more about our diversity, equity, and inclusion: https://bit.ly/3EYbNJ6 #blackhistorymonth #BHM #DEI
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- Excellent variety of work across sectors and work type - Full and authentic support from the Partnership in attaining your career goals, whatever they might be - Superb culture of inclusivity and warmth, bolstered by lots of different social activities (all paid for) - Excellent benefits and reward - Superb work life balance and genuine understanding of different working types, e.g. hybrid, remote working etc
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I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at The Berkeley Partnership (United Kingdom) in Aug 2023
InterviewI interviewed over the summer which took ~6 weeks in total as a process due to holidays (usually I understand that this takes ~4 weeks).
The recruitment team were really communicative and supportive throughout the process.
The first pre-stage was a session with the recruitment lead to gauge motivations and expectations (this was around 45mins).
The first formal interview was with a single partner but was more conversational and 2 way than I was expecting which put me at ease. There's plenty of chance to ask questions and I felt that this gave me a good idea of the type of work and the atmosphere I'd be signing up for!
The second interview involved presenting on 2 previous pieces of work, I felt I had ample time to prepare this and the 2 partners that ran the interview asked lots of questions to clarify the type of work and specifically my contribution. Both partners were forthcoming with intros on their own experience and welcomed lots of questions so again this felt like a 2 way process.....which made me want it more!#
The final stage was a half day (3-4hr) case study. The time was split down into intros, review/prep, role play and an active working session with the partner. This was a great insight into how closely consultants work with partners and what the support structure looks like in practice.
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The Berkeley Partnership Awards & Accolades
- Great Place to Work Certified, Great Place to Work, Great Place to Work-Certified™, 2023
- Great Place to Work Certified, Great Place to Work, 2022, Great Place To Work Institut, 2022
- HR Excellence Awards, Nominee for Best Recruitment Strategy, 2021
- 6th Best Consultancy in the UK, Best Companies to Work For, 2021
- 8th Best Mid-Size Company in London, Best Companies to Work For, 2021
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