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Job Description:

Are you a specialist in the health and welfare industry? Do you like working with clients to develop innovative solutions? Do you enjoy working in an environment where every day is different? If your answers are yes, the Senior Associate role within our Workplace Consulting team may be for you!

The Expertise We’re Looking For

  • 2-5 years proven experience in benefit plan design, funding and/or administration. Background may encompass either consulting, plan sponsors or vendor organizations.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Strong Microsoft Office PC skills in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint

The Purpose of Your Role

As a Senior Associate, you will help to provide H&W clients a different perspective by offering comprehensive solutions. These services can involve a variety of topics including but not limited to plan design, compliance and reporting services, pricing and employee contribution settings or retiree health care solutions. You will support H&W Workplace Consulting projects, work with other associates and promote teamwork.

The Skills You Bring

  • Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Self-motivation and determination to succeed
  • Strong project management skills
  • A strong aptitude to balance and prioritize multiple projects in a fast-paced work environment
  • Experience managing contractual provisions, including scope control, and managing projects through to conclusion

The Value You Deliver

  • Collecting and preparing data vital to analyze benefit programs while providing assistance to more senior consultants in analysis of benefit programs
  • Collecting renewals and assist in the analysis, negotiations, and finalization of renewals
  • Maintaining organized storage of client documentation (e.g., SPDs, contracts, employee communication)
  • Assisting in the development of health and welfare program pricing, budgets, employee contributions and premium equivalent rates for self-insured plans
  • Supporting the negotiation of rates, contractual provisions, and performance guarantees with current benefit vendors
  • Performing marketing analysis including RFP creation, proposal collection, and vendor comparisons
  • Assist with vendor selection, performance criteria with the management of new vendors and exiting vendors during implementation process
  • Applying knowledge regarding the major health plans, administrators, and other vendors available in the marketplace to consulting clients and prospects
  • Maintaining project plans and status logs with completion times and issue resolutions/decisions
  • Alerting lead consultant when project timing and scope are not in line with original expectations
  • Crafting letters, presentations, proposals, charts, and spreadsheets
  • Participating as a cooperative, proactive team member in projects involving other associates throughout the practice, group, and region
  • Mentoring less experienced associates at every opportunity
  • Sharing information freely and pro-actively. Keep other associates advised of current information, and ensure all relevant information is captured in client documents

Please see below for the salary range for work locations in Colorado only:

$64,000 – $100,000

This position is eligible for incentive compensation or an annual bonus opportunity.

Certifications:

Company Overview

Fidelity Investments is a privately held company with a mission to strengthen the financial well-being of our clients. We help people invest and plan for their future. We assist companies and non-profit organizations in delivering benefits to their employees. And we provide institutions and independent advisors with investment and technology solutions to help invest their own clients’ money.

Join Us

At Fidelity, you’ll find endless opportunities to build a meaningful career that positively impacts peoples’ lives, including yours. You can take advantage of flexible benefits that support you through every stage of your career, empowering you to thrive at work and at home. Honored with a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, we have been recognized by our employees as a Best Place to Work in 2022. And you don’t need a finance background to succeed at Fidelity—we offer a range of opportunities for learning so you can build the career you’ve always imagined.

Many of our associates are continuing to work remotely temporarily due to COVID-19. When Fidelity employees eventually return to the office, our goal is for most people to work flexibly in a way that balances both personal and business needs with time onsite and offsite through what we’re calling “Dynamic Working.”

We invite you to Find Your Fidelity at fidelitycareers.com.

Fidelity Investments is an equal opportunity employer. We believe that the most effective way to attract, develop and retain a diverse workforce is to build an enduring culture of inclusion and belonging.

Fidelity will reasonably accommodate applicants with disabilities who need adjustments to participate in the application or interview process. To initiate a request for an accommodation, contact the HR Leave of Absence/Accommodation Team by sending an email toaccommodations @fmr.com, or by calling 800-835-5099, prompt 2, option 3.

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Fidelity benefits that adapt to everything life sends your way

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Benefits With You in Mind

Benefits for your whole life – that’s what you’ll find at Fidelity.

You’ll find everything from perks that makes your daily life better to those big-picture, life-changing resources to support you at all stages of your life. We have an amazing package of benefits and programs designed to help you thrive – both in and outside of work.

Family Programs

  • Adoption assistance
  • Backup dependent care
  • Maternity & parental leave (Up to 16 weeks of paid maternity leave and 12 weeks of paid parental leave)
  • Dependent care flexible spending account (FSA)

Wellness Programs

  • On-site health & wellness centers
  • Fitness reimbursement program
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Healthy dining program

Retirement Planning

  • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan: Eligible associates can make pre-tax and/or Roth after-tax contributions, and Fidelity will match you contributions dollar-for-dollar up to 7% of your eligible compensation.
  • For eligible associates, Fidelity may make an annual Profit Sharing contribution of up to 10% of your eligible compensation.*

Health & Insurance

  • Medical coverage
  • Dental & vision coverage
  • Disability Insurance
  • Fidelity Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Health Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)

Education Benefits

  • Student loan assistance – helping you pay down your loans so you can save on interest, with up to $15K in contributions
  • Tuition reimbursement program

* Albuquerque-based regular employees, excluding individuals employed in a retail branch location, are not eligible to receive the Profit Sharing contribution.

Fidelity is invested in you

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Committed to Professional Development

At Fidelity, we are constantly adapting to the changing needs of our customers, new technologies, and better ways of working. And we empower our employees to do the same, with an emphasis on developing skills and connections that will help propel you forward in your career while being able to make an impact for Fidelity’s customers around the world.

We offer a wide range of options for professional development including online, in-person, and mentor driven solutions. Special interest and networking groups are also part of our culture of empowerment, personal and professional enrichment, diversity and inclusion, and knowledge sharing.

Continuing Education & Training

  • Assess, build, and align your development plan through resources like our skill-building classroom and online courses.
  • Video-based training for technology, leadership, management & more.
  • Ongoing skills development and coaching opportunities.
  • Paid training with a facilitator who is dedicated to your onboarding and will track and evaluate your progress, giving you strategies to improve.
  • A range of talent development programs to support career mobility.

Mentoring

  • Utilize the skills of experienced leaders to enrich your career.
  • Dedicated mentors to help you grow into new areas of Fidelity’s business as you develop new skills.
  • An open atmosphere of knowledge sharing and collaboration.
  • Opportunities to pay it forward, sharing the knowledge you develop and as you help others define how they want their career to take shape.
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Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

“Fidelity believes in, and is committed to, fair and equitable treatment for every associate and customer, and to creating a safe and respectful environment, in which everyone is treated with kindness, compassion and respect.” Abby Johnson | Chairman and CEO Fidelity Investments

At Fidelity, we are committed to building an enduring culture of inclusion and belonging that will attract, develop and retain a diverse workforce.

Fidelity’s ten affinity groups are self-organized groups of employees with common interests in areas such as race, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation, or who share similar interests based on similar sets of experiences.

These Employee Resource Groups and Special Interest Groups are models of inclusion for Fidelity. They’re also a powerful form of engagement and development and can provide a pathway to visible leadership roles. Our affinity groups make a large contribution on the business, helping to ensure our products and services are delivered in a welcoming and equitable environment.

  • Over 22K employees participate in an affinity group.
  • Over 1,400 affinity group members volunteered for Fidelity Cares in 2020.
  • 74% increase in affinity group memberships over the last three years.

Giving Back to Our Communities

Throughout Fidelity, you’ll find a genuine commitment to social responsibility – where we strive to make an impact for customers, while also making an impact on the world.

Fidelity Cares

  • Provides associates with opportunities to actively volunteer and share their talents.
  • Hosts numerous company-wide volunteer events (in-person and virtual).
  • Partners with nonprofit organizations to support our local communities.
  • More than 12,000 associates donate time annually – from interns to SVPs.
  • Impact includes refurbishing schools, donating books and supplies, and teaching financial literacy.

Fidelity Charitable®

  • Created to make it easy for people to support charitable organizations they care about.
  • Helped deliver $7.3 billion in donor-recommended grants to charity in 2019.
  • Supported more than 300,000 unique charities around the world.
  • Since its inception, more than $42 billion has been given to public charities.

Job Description

Job Description:

Are you a specialist in the health and welfare industry? Do you like working with clients to develop innovative solutions? Do you enjoy working in an environment where every day is different? If your answers are yes, the Senior Associate role within our Workplace Consulting team may be for you!

The Expertise We’re Looking For

  • 2-5 years proven experience in benefit plan design, funding and/or administration. Background may encompass either consulting, plan sponsors or vendor organizations.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Strong Microsoft Office PC skills in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint

The Purpose of Your Role

As a Senior Associate, you will help to provide H&W clients a different perspective by offering comprehensive solutions. These services can involve a variety of topics including but not limited to plan design, compliance and reporting services, pricing and employee contribution settings or retiree health care solutions. You will support H&W Workplace Consulting projects, work with other associates and promote teamwork.

The Skills You Bring

  • Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Self-motivation and determination to succeed
  • Strong project management skills
  • A strong aptitude to balance and prioritize multiple projects in a fast-paced work environment
  • Experience managing contractual provisions, including scope control, and managing projects through to conclusion

The Value You Deliver

  • Collecting and preparing data vital to analyze benefit programs while providing assistance to more senior consultants in analysis of benefit programs
  • Collecting renewals and assist in the analysis, negotiations, and finalization of renewals
  • Maintaining organized storage of client documentation (e.g., SPDs, contracts, employee communication)
  • Assisting in the development of health and welfare program pricing, budgets, employee contributions and premium equivalent rates for self-insured plans
  • Supporting the negotiation of rates, contractual provisions, and performance guarantees with current benefit vendors
  • Performing marketing analysis including RFP creation, proposal collection, and vendor comparisons
  • Assist with vendor selection, performance criteria with the management of new vendors and exiting vendors during implementation process
  • Applying knowledge regarding the major health plans, administrators, and other vendors available in the marketplace to consulting clients and prospects
  • Maintaining project plans and status logs with completion times and issue resolutions/decisions
  • Alerting lead consultant when project timing and scope are not in line with original expectations
  • Crafting letters, presentations, proposals, charts, and spreadsheets
  • Participating as a cooperative, proactive team member in projects involving other associates throughout the practice, group, and region
  • Mentoring less experienced associates at every opportunity
  • Sharing information freely and pro-actively. Keep other associates advised of current information, and ensure all relevant information is captured in client documents

Please see below for the salary range for work locations in Colorado only:

$64,000 – $100,000

This position is eligible for incentive compensation or an annual bonus opportunity.

Certifications:

Company Overview

Fidelity Investments is a privately held company with a mission to strengthen the financial well-being of our clients. We help people invest and plan for their future. We assist companies and non-profit organizations in delivering benefits to their employees. And we provide institutions and independent advisors with investment and technology solutions to help invest their own clients’ money.

Join Us

At Fidelity, you’ll find endless opportunities to build a meaningful career that positively impacts peoples’ lives, including yours. You can take advantage of flexible benefits that support you through every stage of your career, empowering you to thrive at work and at home. Honored with a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, we have been recognized by our employees as a Best Place to Work in 2022. And you don’t need a finance background to succeed at Fidelity—we offer a range of opportunities for learning so you can build the career you’ve always imagined.

Many of our associates are continuing to work remotely temporarily due to COVID-19. When Fidelity employees eventually return to the office, our goal is for most people to work flexibly in a way that balances both personal and business needs with time onsite and offsite through what we’re calling “Dynamic Working.”

We invite you to Find Your Fidelity at fidelitycareers.com.

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Fidelity Investments is an equal opportunity employer. We believe that the most effective way to attract, develop and retain a diverse workforce is to build an enduring culture of inclusion and belonging.

Fidelity will reasonably accommodate applicants with disabilities who need adjustments to participate in the application or interview process. To initiate a request for an accommodation, contact the HR Leave of Absence/Accommodation Team by sending an email toaccommodations @fmr.com, or by calling 800-835-5099, prompt 2, option 3.

Associate Benefits

Fidelity benefits that adapt to everything life sends your way

To view the video:
.

Benefits With You in Mind

Benefits for your whole life – that’s what you’ll find at Fidelity.

You’ll find everything from perks that makes your daily life better to those big-picture, life-changing resources to support you at all stages of your life. We have an amazing package of benefits and programs designed to help you thrive – both in and outside of work.

Family Programs

  • Adoption assistance
  • Backup dependent care
  • Maternity & parental leave (Up to 16 weeks of paid maternity leave and 12 weeks of paid parental leave)
  • Dependent care flexible spending account (FSA)

Wellness Programs

  • On-site health & wellness centers
  • Fitness reimbursement program
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Healthy dining program

Retirement Planning

  • 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan: Eligible associates can make pre-tax and/or Roth after-tax contributions, and Fidelity will match you contributions dollar-for-dollar up to 7% of your eligible compensation.
  • For eligible associates, Fidelity may make an annual Profit Sharing contribution of up to 10% of your eligible compensation.*

Health & Insurance

  • Medical coverage
  • Dental & vision coverage
  • Disability Insurance
  • Fidelity Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Health Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)

Education Benefits

  • Student loan assistance – helping you pay down your loans so you can save on interest, with up to $15K in contributions
  • Tuition reimbursement program

* Albuquerque-based regular employees, excluding individuals employed in a retail branch location, are not eligible to receive the Profit Sharing contribution or Retiree Health Reimbursement Plan credits.

Fidelity is invested in you

To view the video:
.

Committed to Professional Development

At Fidelity, we are constantly adapting to the changing needs of our customers, new technologies, and better ways of working. And we empower our employees to do the same, with an emphasis on developing skills and connections that will help propel you forward in your career while being able to make an impact for Fidelity’s customers around the world.

We offer a wide range of options for professional development including online, in-person, and mentor driven solutions. Special interest and networking groups are also part of our culture of empowerment, personal and professional enrichment, diversity and inclusion, and knowledge sharing.

Continuing Education & Training

  • Assess, build, and align your development plan through resources like our skill-building classroom and online courses.
  • Video-based training for technology, leadership, management & more.
  • Ongoing skills development and coaching opportunities.
  • Paid training with a facilitator who is dedicated to your onboarding and will track and evaluate your progress, giving you strategies to improve.
  • A range of talent development programs to support career mobility.

Mentoring

  • Utilize the skills of experienced leaders to enrich your career.
  • Dedicated mentors to help you grow into new areas of Fidelity’s business as you develop new skills.
  • An open atmosphere of knowledge sharing and collaboration.
  • Opportunities to pay it forward, sharing the knowledge you develop and as you help others define how they want their career to take shape.

Our Culture

Fidelity creates a work environment for people to flourish

To view the video:
.

Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

“Fidelity believes in, and is committed to, fair and equitable treatment for every associate and customer, and to creating a safe and respectful environment, in which everyone is treated with kindness, compassion and respect.” Abby Johnson | Chairman and CEO Fidelity Investments

At Fidelity, we are committed to building an enduring culture of inclusion and belonging that will attract, develop and retain a diverse workforce.

Fidelity’s ten affinity groups are self-organized groups of employees with common interests in areas such as race, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation, or who share similar interests based on similar sets of experiences.

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These Employee Resource Groups and Special Interest Groups are models of inclusion for Fidelity. They’re also a powerful form of engagement and development and can provide a pathway to visible leadership roles. Our affinity groups make a large contribution on the business, helping to ensure our products and services are delivered in a welcoming and equitable environment.

  • Over 22K employees participate in an affinity group.
  • Over 1,400 affinity group members volunteered for Fidelity Cares in 2020.
  • 74% increase in affinity group memberships over the last three years.

Giving Back to Our Communities

Throughout Fidelity, you’ll find a genuine commitment to social responsibility – where we strive to make an impact for customers, while also making an impact on the world.

Fidelity Cares

  • Provides associates with opportunities to actively volunteer and share their talents.
  • Hosts numerous company-wide volunteer events (in-person and virtual).
  • Partners with nonprofit organizations to support our local communities.
  • More than 12,000 associates donate time annually – from interns to SVPs.
  • Impact includes refurbishing schools, donating books and supplies, and teaching financial literacy.

Fidelity Charitable®

  • Created to make it easy for people to support charitable organizations they care about.
  • Helped deliver $7.3 billion in donor-recommended grants to charity in 2019.
  • Supported more than 300,000 unique charities around the world.
  • Since its inception, more than $42 billion has been given to public charities.

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Is senior associate a high position? ›

Senior associate-level is a position among upper management or high-tier positions. While this position still answers to the executive level positions, it is one of the higher-management positions that ensure the company's goals and needs are being met while enhancing and overseeing productivity in certain sectors.

What makes you a senior associate? ›

Senior associates are often in positions of leadership or management, and they usually have more experience than associates. Many senior associates work as associates before receiving promotions or seeking a senior position.

What is next level of senior associate? ›

You can expect a clearly structured career path and rapid career progression. Typically, you'll spend 2-3 years at each level (Associate, Senior Associate, Manager and Director)* as you progress towards Partner.

Is Fidelity Investments a good company to work for? ›

97% of employees would recommend working at Fidelity Investments with the overall rating of 4.1 out of 5. Employees also rated Fidelity Investments 4.0 out of 5 for Company Culture, 4.0 for Rewards You Receive, 3.6 for Growth Opportunities and 4.1 for support you get.

How old is a senior associate? ›

The average age of an employed senior associate is 44 years old.

How much are senior associates paid? ›

The average salary for Senior Associate is £58,613 per year in the London.

What skills do senior associates need? ›

Senior Sales Associate top skills & proficiencies:
  • Business Development.
  • Account/Territory Management.
  • Client Relations.
  • Sales Cycle Management.
  • Negotiations/Closing.
  • Needs Assessment.
  • Sales Forecasting.
  • Customer service.

How can I be a good senior associate? ›

Expectations from the Senior Associates' Perspective
  1. Stay organized to ensure work is completed efficiently.
  2. Maintain good relationships with clients.
  3. Properly engage and work in a team environment.
  4. Have technical accounting skills.
  5. Develop, train and manage staff.
  6. Communicate regularly.
  7. Own issue resolution with clients.
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Is senior associate higher than analyst? ›

Both job positions can be entry-level, but the position of an associate is considered to be one position higher than the analyst.

Is senior associate lower than a manager? ›

No, an associate is not higher than a manager.

A manager is typically overseeing associate-level roles. The word associate shows that the employee has a lower ranking position than their colleagues who do not have the term in the same title.

How long does it take to get promoted to senior associate? ›

Big 4 Promotion Timeline

Senior Associate: 2 - 3 yrs.

How long does it take to get promoted from associate to senior associate? ›

Typically this occurs after two years, however some firms (like PwC) wait an extra year.

How many rounds of interviews does Fidelity do? ›

How long does the hiring process take? While it varies, most people have at least two rounds of face-to-face interviews–the first with recruiting and hiring managers, the second with the team.

Does Fidelity have a base salary? ›

All Fidelity representatives receive base pay based on their experience and role.

Does Fidelity let you work from home? ›

We firmly believe the connections we build in our offices are key to our associate's growth and success.” It's our goal to merge the best of working from the office and from home, balancing flexibility and business needs.

What is better associate or senior? ›

In many organizational structures, a senior associate is a higher rank on the organizational chart than an associate is. Some organizations have additional positions between the two types of associates, while others make the senior associate a direct stepping stone from the associate level.

How long does it take to become a senior at work? ›

As with most positions, the amount of experience needed for a senior-level position depends on the role and the company's own requirements. The employee needs to have been in the industry long enough to have gained solid soft skills as well as hard skills. Generally, this can be considered at around eight to ten years.

Is senior associate same as senior? ›

A senior associate is a junior level position in a professional services firm. They are typically new to the industry and have less experience than more senior employees. However, they may still be expected to perform some of the same duties as their more experienced colleagues.

Do associate degrees pay well? ›

Some associate degrees offer a high return.

An associate degree can put a student on a path to earning above the median household income level after completing two years of coursework. Annual tuition and fees at a public two-year community college also cost substantially less than at a four-year school.

What is the highest paying job with an associate degree? ›

What Are the Highest-Paying Associate Degrees?
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  4. Dental Hygiene. ...
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Does an associate degree increase your salary? ›

In fact, 2020 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics suggests that workers with an associate degree earn an additional $150 or more each week, on average, than workers who have only a high school diploma. That can add up to earning thousands more a year—and maybe even more over time.

How do I succeed as a first year associate? ›

11 tips to survive your freshman year as an associate
  1. Build trust and stay busy. ...
  2. Don't just identify problems; solve them. ...
  3. Don't get in your own way. ...
  4. Remember that responsibility is joint and several liability. ...
  5. Learn how to deal with ethical dilemmas and difficult situations. ...
  6. Find a mentor.
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Is associate a good job? ›

Yes, a successful associate can get paid well. The average salary for an associate in the United States is ₹6,00,000 but the salary will vary greatly depending on experience, skill-level, and industry. The level of education an associate has will also affect their overall salary.

How do you get 6 figures with an associates degree? ›

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  8. Web Developer.

Is associate a higher position? ›

The word associate shows that the employee has a lower ranking position than their colleagues who do not have the term in the same title. For example, an associate manager has a little less seniority than a manager.

How many years of experience should an associate have? ›

Associate-level usually designates a position that requires two or three years of experience. This level of work often follows an entry-level role in a typical career progression.

Is associate a beginner? ›

An entry-level is a low-level position on the hierarchy in a business, company, or corporation, while an associate is a starting role that typically has the possibility of receiving a promotion to a higher rank within the business, company, or corporation.

How old is a senior analyst? ›

The average age of an employed senior data analyst- is 42 years old. The most common ethnicity of senior data analysts is White (57.6%), followed by Asian (19.4%), Hispanic or Latino (10.2%) and Black or African American (10.0%). Senior data analysts are most in-demand in New York, NY.

Is a senior associate higher than a lawyer? ›

The career progression for a private practice lawyer will usually go from summer clerk (while in your penultimate year of law school), to graduate lawyer, to associate, to senior associate, to partner. The highest level a lawyer can achieve in private practice is a senior equity partner.

Can you become an associate without being an analyst? ›

On average, it takes 2-3 years to become promoted to an associate position, but you do not need to have any previous analyst position requirements to be hired for an associate role.

What comes after associate level? ›

Some students who earn an associate degree transfer to a four-year program to earn a bachelor's degree. Others complete associate degrees and then go straight to work.

What does senior mean in a job title? ›

What is a “senior” job title? A senior job title refers to a title given to a professional who has advanced to a certain level in their career. Senior staff members tend to have more experience in their industry, as well as knowledge that they can share with others.

Is associate same as assistant? ›

Meanwhile, an assistant is often a second-in-command and a stand-in for managers. An associate is frequently a lower-tier employee. They are usually in a position with less seniority than someone in an assistant role. Associates should still have leadership skills as many associate positions are not entry-level.

How do I succeed at the big 4? ›

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  4. Work towards a career plan. ...
  5. Be prepared to be flexible.
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How much do senior associates make in NYC? ›

The average salary for a senior associate in New York, NY is $97,500 per year. Senior associate salaries in New York, NY can vary between $45,000 to $247,500 and depend on various factors, including skills, experience, employer, bonuses, tips, and more.

What does being promoted to associate mean? ›

For example, the term "associate" may describe an entry-level manager whose company plans to promote them to a higher-ranking managerial position in the future.

How do you get promoted from associate to manager? ›

10 ways to show you are “promotion-ready”
  1. Make your boss' job easier. ...
  2. Work on your communication skills. ...
  3. Ask how you can improve. ...
  4. Be nice. ...
  5. Recognize others. ...
  6. Communicate with your boss. ...
  7. Bring in revenue. ...
  8. Pay attention to others that have been promoted.
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Are Fidelity interviews hard? ›

Interviews are tough; expect the process to take two weeks or more, with multiple interviews. It is not unusual to wait... In depth review of your skills and how you can help Fidelity be better. What questions did they ask during your interview at Fidelity Investments?

How do I ace my Fidelity interview? ›

Be conversational and authentic with your answers—interviewers want to get to know the real person behind the resume. The story of your career should come through, so share what led you to this place and examples of how you use your strengths. Be positive in your answers, and never criticize anyone.

How long does it take for Fidelity to make a job offer? ›

3 weeks. Phone interview and in person interview with 2 managers. A few weeks.

Is Fidelity a hard company to get into? ›

Fidelity does a lot of solid training, considerably more than a lot of competitors in the field. Benefits are very good. Pay is a little less at Fidelity but when you consider benefits in the compensation package it is competitive.

Does Fidelity have paid holidays? ›

As far as vacation goes, you get two weeks paid and have more holidays that are paid than most companies.

Can you work at Fidelity without a degree? ›

You don't need a financial degree to work at Fidelity. Our associates have a variety of diverse educational backgrounds.

Is Fidelity a government job? ›

The Culture At Fidelity Investments

We are a privately held company that places a high degree of value in crafting and nurturing a work environment that attracts the best talent and reflects our commitment to our associates.

Is Fidelity good for beginners? ›

Fidelity is one of the most well-rounded brokerages available today, with no commissions on stock or ETF trades and a selection of no-expense-ratio index funds suited to both beginner and active investors.

Does Fidelity have a dress code? ›

The dress code at Fidelity Investments is business casual at the office and business professional for client meetings. If you're working from a Fidelity Investments call center you can dress casually and are allowed visible tattoos, facial piercings, and unnatural hair colors.

Is senior associate higher than manager? ›

No, an associate is not higher than a manager.

For example, an associate manager has less seniority than a manager. Some tasks are shared between the associate and manager positions and are often delegated to the associate by the manager. These may include scheduling, training, hiring, supervising, and more.

Is senior associate higher than consultant? ›

Is an associate consultant higher than a senior consultant? An associate is lower in the company hierarchy than a senior. You may be able to advance to the senior position after working for several years as an associate.

Is associate a high level? ›

You may be wondering 'what does 'associate' mean in a job title? ' when you're searching for jobs. It generally means that the employees with the title have a lower ranking position than employees without it. For example, an associate manager has less seniority than a manager.

Is associate a good title? ›

An associate position is an excellent option for individuals seeking to enter a new industry or career field. When searching for associate-level jobs, try entering the term “associate” alongside your desired job title in the search bar.

What is more senior assistant or associate? ›

Usually, an assistant is higher up the ladder than an associate, though the exact requirements will vary according to industry, so area-relevant research is important.

Is associate equal to entry-level? ›

An entry-level is a low-level position on the hierarchy in a business, company, or corporation, while an associate is a starting role that typically has the possibility of receiving a promotion to a higher rank within the business, company, or corporation.

How many years experience does a senior consultant have? ›

5 years of minimum experience is required to be a Senior Consultant.

Is consultant and senior associate are same? ›

One reaches senior associate position after 2-3 years of junior associate (or simply associate) role. Consultant position is post MBA position. To recap, graduates from MBA are typically hired as consultants, and graduates from non-MBA masters without experience are hired as associates.

How many years is an associate level? ›

An associate degree is a two-year college degree that you can obtain from a community college, junior college, online university, or some four-year institutions in the US. In terms of education, an associate degree falls between a high school diploma and a bachelor's degree.

Is associate a good position? ›

Yes, a successful associate can get paid well. The average salary for an associate in the United States is ₹6,54,500 but the salary will vary greatly depending on experience, skill-level, and industry. The level of education an associate has will also affect their overall salary.

What job does an associate do? ›

Generally, associates work in collaboration with others to complete daily tasks and offer support to their team. An associate will ensure that a client's needs are met, will interact effectively with customers and team members daily, and is typically the first point of contact within a company or business.

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