Practice Area Director Strategy and Operations – easy apply
Slalom LLC. – Dallas, TX
• Be accountable for the Dallas Strategy and Operations practice, including driving sales, recruiting, account management, consulting, and all… Slalom LLC.
Software Engineer – easy apply
Slalom LLC. – Atlanta, GA
• Develop custom code for enterprise systems both greenfield and existing • Look beyond business requirements to understand the over-arching… Slalom LLC.
Healthcare Consultant – easy apply
Slalom LLC. – Seattle, WA
The consultants in this practice are part of a dynamic team, bringing the best business and technology solutions together to meet healthcares rapidly… Slalom LLC.
Digital Marketing Consultant – easy apply
Slalom LLC. – National City, CA
You must possess a solid understanding of a broad range of Digital Marketing areas and disciplines that include CRM, CX, mobile, email, SEM, social… Slalom LLC.
Frontend Developer – easy apply
Slalom LLC. – Denver, CO
• Design, develop, test, support, and deploy desktop, custom web, and mobile applications • Develop, design, and code in accordance to the… Slalom LLC.
Customer Engagement Practice Area Lead – easy apply
Slalom LLC. – Portland, OR
• Identify opportunities and sell services to both new and existing clients • Manage executive-level client… Slalom LLC.
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I've been at this employer for a few months now and am still incredibly happy that I made the move. During the interview process I did a lot of due diligence around company reviews, asking questions of current employees, etc. and so far they have all proven to be true. Slalom is very focused on getting you to the next level, in whatever way makes sense for you - whether that's additional training, conferences, etc. the company from the start makes sure that you're focusing on looking for opportunities to grow.Cons
I came from a large tech company, so the change in benefits is a bit of a bummer. 15 PTO days (combining sick and vacation) seems really low as a standard, especially for a company that excels in so many other areas.Advice to ManagementAdvice
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