Censeo Consulting Group

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    If you like operations/supply chain and working for mission-driven clients, Censeo is generally great

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    Pros

    -People are very smart and mission-driven
    -There is no battle of egos at Censeo. People are incredibly kind and are valued
    -Perks and work/life balance are very good (~50 hrs/week with limited to no traveling) compared to typical consulting work/life expectations (~60-70 hrs/week with travel 4 days/work week)
    -Project managers care about your professional development; if you ask for more responsibility, they'll put you in a position to develop and succeed

    Cons

    -Remote working model hinders cohesiveness of project teams (some employees may feel disconnected from the firm because of it)
    -The nature of government consulting leads to a very long time before results are seen
    -Some projects end up being very tactical and not strategic

    Advice to Management

    ~Develop more robust and inclusive onboarding for employees hired off the typical hiring cycle
    ~More management training for mid-levels and project managers
    ~Integrate frequency of project feedback into the work culture more. I think this is due to the remote working model, which discourages spontaneous project interaction

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    I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ monthsinterviewed at Censeo Consulting Group.

    Interview

    Submitted resume and cover letter through my university's job board and was contacted to sign up for a coffee chat, which was a pre-screen step before they selected interviewees. First-round interview was held on-campus, with a happy hour the night before to meet some employees and interviewers. First-round interview was 2 back to back cases with 2 different interviewers - average difficulty, more focused on concepts than nitty-gritty execution. I was contacted via phone less than a week later and invited to their offices in DC for a final round interview. Again, a happy hour the night before, but this time close to the whole staff was there including CEO. Final round interview were again, 2 back to back cases with MDs along with some behavioral and fit questions. Cases were challenging but not impossible. Overall extremely positive experience - they were clearly focused more on whether you could think creatively and intelligently rather than regurgitate frameworks from a case book. Employees were incredibly nice along the way, emailing to offer to answer questions or offer advice.

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Best Consulting Firms to Work For (Small), Consulting Magazine, 2009

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Website www.censeoconsulting.com
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 16 to 50 Employees
Founded 2003
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

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