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30+ days ago

Consultant, Denver

Bluewolf Group Denver, CO

Our consultants are resourceful individuals who are interested in expanding their careers as business leaders, critical thinkers and trusted advisors… Bluewolf Group

30+ days ago

Salesforce Technical Architect, Remote

Bluewolf Group San Francisco, CA +7 locations

Provides technical or business analytical leadership for specific technical objectives within an implementation. Responsible for leading functional… Bluewolf Group

30+ days ago

Client Advisor, Boston

Bluewolf Group Boston, MA

Bluewolf is one of the fastest growing technology consulting firms in North America. Our deep partnerships with leading technology firms such as… Bluewolf Group

8 days ago

Engagement Manager, Seattle

Bluewolf Group Seattle, WA

  • Engagement Management: Lead engagement planning and budgeting; mobilize and manage engagement teams; define deliverable structure and… Bluewolf Group

26 days ago

Client Advisor, New York

Bluewolf Group New York, NY

Bluewolf is one of the fastest growing technology consulting firms in North America. Our deep partnerships with leading technology firms such as… Bluewolf Group

30+ days ago

Marketing Services Director, San Francisco

Bluewolf Group San Francisco, CA

  • Business Development: Develop and maintain contact with key decision makers at clients; participate and lead aspects of the proposal… Bluewolf Group

30+ days ago

Jr QA Engineer, New York

Bluewolf Group New York, NY

This is a great role for someone who is quality obsessed, with a meticulous attention to detail, loves software and technical tools, has experience… Bluewolf Group

30+ days ago

Finance Analyst, New York City

Bluewolf Group New York, NY

• Work closely with the PMO, Chief of Staff and Finance to consistently report across Teams:  • Delivery Forecast, Utilization Targets, % to Goal… Bluewolf Group

30+ days ago

CRM Project Manager, Remote

Bluewolf Group Atlanta, GA +7 locations

  • Works effectively individually and with Bluewolf and customer team members toward customer satisfaction and success • Oversees, and has… Bluewolf Group

30+ days ago

Salesforce Solution Architect, Remote

Bluewolf Group Boston, MA +7 locations

A Solution Architect is also responsible for writing a technical spec (for custom development, system integration etc.) jointly with the technical… Bluewolf Group

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    The core of Bluewolf is the people. Bluewolf finds really smart people who are great to work with. The company culture is very collaborative and open, which for the most part fosters an enjoyable working environment. Schedules are largely flexible and there's never a feeling of being micro managed. By and large, Bluewolf is a pretty flat organization, which i would consider a positive. They are making more efforts towards engaging employees, but I think there's still a ways to go. Additionally, innovation is encouraged and there is a feeling that new ideas are welcome. Bluewolf does make an effort to maintain its culture through growth and you can definitely feel the efforts. The culture is strong and the people are truly great.


    Salaries are not competitive at all for the market. As a result, there is quite a bit of turnover and many people feel like they are promised things that are never delivered on. Transparency is often lacking and it often feels like management is more interested in band-aid fixes than long term solutions to fix broken internal processes. As with a lot of consulting firms, Bluewolf doesn't seem to want to invest in internal resources and processes. The executive team has good intentions, but feel out of touch with what's going on in the field. When pushing out organizational change, it's done very quickly and sometimes without working out the effects fully.

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    Continue to invest in employee development for all employees and all career paths. Be more responsible about change management and consider the downstream effects more carefully. Efforts towards engagement are positive, but there are still gaps and retaining talent should be a priority. Salaries need to be more competitive especially to people who have been around for a while and are well under market value.

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