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Coyote Logistics CEO Jeffrey (Jeff) Silver
Jeffrey (Jeff) Silver
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    Great summer internship

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    Current Employee - Intern  in  Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Intern in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at Coyote Logistics as an intern for less than a year


    This, like many have said, is a perfect example of a work hard-play hard office culture. As an intern, you learn the industry by having very similar sales opportunities as the full-time employees. You get actual experience with business expansion and real sales.


    Long hours and the internship review is only based on the mentor with whom you were paired. For the most part, they do a pretty good job of asking what the interns want in a mentor and summer experience as a whole; but some people aren't so fortunate. If they are placed with a mentor who isn't good at teaching the industry or one who wants an intern just to clean up their mistakes in the minor details, you will have a bad time.

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    The training is extensive, too extensive at times. There are many things that are required in the training classroom that I never experienced on the sales floor. Most of the criteria I was tested on was good to know with respect to the industry, but to be tested multiple times on the names/title/picture of the board of directors was excessive.

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Coyote Logistics Interviews

Updated Aug 19, 2014
Updated Aug 19, 2014

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    Account Manager Interview

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    I applied online - interviewed at Coyote Logistics in February 2013.

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    Quick to hear back. Easy conversation over the phone. In person interview was different. Multiple applicants in one room- required to fill in map of the US and answer questions about the company. Spoke with 1 recruiter then sat with 2 different people on the floor and say with another recruiter. Overall interview lasted for 2+ hours.

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Coyote Logistics Awards & Accolades

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Inc. 500/5000 Fastest Growing Company (#6), Inc., 2010
Chicago's Top Small Workplaces (#2), Chicago Tribune, 2010
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Headquarters Chicago, IL
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2006
Type Company - Private
Industry Transportation & Logistics
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

If you want your company's supply chain to run like the wind, Coyote Logistics wants to help. The third party logistics (3PL) company offers truckload, less-than-truckload (LTL), and intermodal air, land, and ocean transportation services in North America and Europe. It doesn't own trucks or ships but connects transportation providers with shipping customers. Its supply chain services include vendor selection, warehousing, local delivery, and related software. Coyote's GFS unit handles transportation services for the US government including the Department of Defense and... More

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