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30+ days ago

Salesforce Technical Architect, Remote

Bluewolf Group San Francisco, CA

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


30+ days ago

Salesforce Solution Architect, Remote

Bluewolf Group San Francisco, CA

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


30+ days ago

Engagement Manager, San Francisco

Bluewolf Group San Francisco, CA

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


29 days ago

Engagement Manager, Atlanta

Bluewolf Group San Francisco, CA

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


30+ days ago

Client Advisor, San Francisco

Bluewolf Group San Francisco, CA

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

CRM Project Manager, Remote

Bluewolf Group San Francisco, CA

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


30+ days ago

Engagement Manager, Denver

Bluewolf Group San Francisco, CA

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


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    The only place where "a kick in the teeth" is the preferred option

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    Current Employee - Consultant in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Consultant in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at Bluewolf full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    You can get paid a decent amount by doing very little. That's it.

    Cons

    I can only speak to the ABE Program for brand new hires, but I hope my review can help deter some new grads from wasting their time and energy on quite possibly the worst “development” program to have ever existed.

    Rotation 1: You will make cold calls with almost zero direction. You will not understand Bluewolf’s products or value proposition and, surprise!, you’ll learn no one else at Bluewolf does either. You will be measured on loosely defined, ever-changing metrics while your manager is interrogated about your “soft skills” by the leaders of the next rotation. It is guaranteed that your colleague with the most amount of skepticism will be fired by the end of Rotation 1, by the leaders of the program whom they have rarely or never met, based solely on “soft skills” alone.

    Rotation 2: You are shipped off to Long Island where you will learn and practice Salesforce configuration and project management “soft skills”. Expect a poorly constructed curriculum, changing deadlines, and punishment resembling either psychoanalysis or timeout. Any questions will be considered a threat to management. The last time this rotation was held, literally 50% of the program was fired. Trust no one and realize that everyone is either related by blood and/or a snitch and anything you say will get back to your program managers.

    Rotation 3: What Rotation 3? You are staffed on projects, usually across the country, a few days before your flight. You serve as a non-billable resource, given as a “courtesy” to the client. You’ll spend an unacceptable amount of hours completing tasks a toddler could accomplish and you’ll soon learn that your only purpose is to give the client free hours of work since so many of Bluewolf’s projects go “red” and Bluewolf runs out of budget (and client trust) almost as soon as they begin. (I suppose this is the part where I tell anyone considering hiring Bluewolf to run away as fast as they can. Your sensitive data will be mishandled and your budget will be gone before any progress has been made.) This rotation ends once the company has found enough poor souls to fill your shoes and/or scrapes up the cash to give you the raise you were already promised months ago.

    If you just couldn’t secure another job or are planning on quitting as soon as something better comes along, go for it. If you are looking for a place where you can learn and grow, run away.

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    Take anyone of value to you and start your own company. This is a lost cause

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