Sila Solutions Group is a national technology and management consulting firm that enables business solutions for industry leading companies in America and beyond. Offering a breadth of services, we foster collaborative, long-lasting, enriching relationships that allow both Fortune 500 clients and employees alike to excel. In our 12-year history, Sila’s multi-talented team has achieved a record of transforming and strengthening organizations to enable them to thrive in competitive markets.
Our skillset consists of diverse capabilities that help clients improve enterprise performance, enhance customer experiences, and achieve innovative solutions to solve their most complex business problems. Our clients turn to us as partners and trusted advisers, and depend on our ability to anticipate, recognize, and address their specific needs.
Sila’s continued growth is a result of the talent, passion, and ingenuity of our people. We have an established, national footprint with offices in Washington, D.C.; Maryland; Seattle, Washington; and NYC/CT.
Sila’s collegial culture is founded on a commitment to community engagement, diversity, social responsibility, and shared success among our multi-talented, stand-out team.
One of our core values is continual learning. When joining Sila, you are becoming a part of a smart, self-driven, and intellectually-curious group of individuals. Through company-sponsored boot-camp trainings on new tools and methodologies; a company-paid Lynda account; access to national conferences; and more, we empower our employees to accelerate their career and align their skills and knowledge with their long-term goals.
In addition to professional learning, our team is enriched by a global perspective. We have lived and traveled extensively abroad, bringing a global perspective to our projects. We encourage and support our team to remain engaged with the world by pursuing other passions outside of work. Comprised of people whose array of passions include professional base-jumping, yoga, volunteerism, parenting, cooking, and athletics, our team is driven both inside and outside of the office.
Community engagement is a top priority at Sila. Our leadership encourages and supports each individual’s desire to give back to the community, whether through corporate sponsored initiatives or personal pursuits.
Sila prides itself on being a great workplace.
Because our people are our greatest asset, a large part of our mission is to provide a platform for their success. Through myriad training, mentorship, and career development opportunities, our consultants experience explosive professional growth and learning.
Our unique combination of a friendly, small company feel and large, notable client engagements provides our consultants with a platform to tackle complex, challenging projects for top companies in a respectful, team-oriented environment.
When joining Sila, you become part of team where every voice adds value. From informal happy hours to company-sponsored parties, our people not only enjoy the work they do, but they also enjoy the people with whom they work.
A day in the life of a Sila consultant:
- Weekly in-office lunches and breakfasts
- Company picnics and holiday parties
- Group kayaking, rock climbing, and yoga classes
- Monthly team charity runs
- Season company tickets to watch our favorite baseball, hockey, and soccer teams
Sila is committed to equipping our team with the tools they need to lead healthy, successful lives for themselves and their families.
Our robust benefits package:
- Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance
- Flexible spending account
- 401K with matching
- Short term, long term, and group life insurance
- AD&D insurance
- Paid Time Off that increases with tenure and 12 paid holidays per year
- Gym membership
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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I've been with Sila for over five years and have really enjoyed my time here. I've had the opportunity to work on a number of different projects for several clients, and, for the most part, the type of work has been interesting and engaging. They have been great about professional development; they've paid for some coursework and have encouraged me to pursue additional certifications. In addition there are a number of internal professional development options that we are encouraged to take advantage of. They are very supportive of community involvement to point that they support you in using hours to volunteer. The company has a good culture and has frequent events to get coworkers to know one another. Lots of fun runs, picnics, happy hours, volunteering activities, stuff like that. They're pretty good about hiring skilled people with interesting backgrounds that you actually want to get to know, which makes the work environment more pleasant.
Limited to two major accounts at the Seattle office, but they are working on building out more clients.
Advice to Management
Review health benefits options to ensure market competitiveness.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Sila SG.
I was recruited through a meet up I had attended when I said I had been looking for employment right out of University. They were the ones who contacted me through Linkedin and gave me a phone screening and informational talk before bringing me into the office. I had two in person interviews with several people. The first I was interviewed by two software developers as well as the recruiter, while the second I had skype interviews with the DC office. Both went extremely well and were more about work ethics and how you solve problems than technical skill sets. They were extremely kind and helpful and we ended up having many interesting conversations. The only downside was my interview process took over ten weeks from start to finish. I had two to three weeks in between each interview. It was not until I mentioned I had another offer, did the process speed up considerably.
- I had very few technical questions or hard interview questions. The hardest was how would I solve problems in a very detailed format as well as the dreaded "where do you see yourself in five years" question Answer Question
I did not negotiate as the offer was great and I knew I had a chance of increasing perks as time went on.
- Sila SG update30+ days ago
Big month for professional development at Sila! Cheers to those who survived the intense bootcamps and earned their CISSP certifications, as well as to those who completed the Sila Agile Bootcamp.
Sila Solutions Group is a national technology and management consulting firm that enables business solutions for industry leading companies in America and beyond. Offering a breadth of services, we foster collaborative, long-lasting, enriching relationships that allow both Fortune 500 clients and employees alike to excel. In our 12-year history, Sila’s multi-talented team has achieved a record of transforming and strengthening organizations to enable them to thrive in competitive markets. Our diverse capabilities help clients improve enterprise performance, enhance ...