Bridge Partners is a different kind of consulting company. We are people-focused and customer driven, and we don’t do cookie cutter. Our clients count on us to move quickly to deliver outstanding strategy and execution. We count on each other to be real and to create great outcomes together—for our clients and our people.
Since founding Bridge Partners in 2007, we’ve created value for customers, fostered a workplace rooted in authenticity and collaboration, and partnered with organizations to make our communities stronger. We want this company to be more than just a great place to work. We strive to make this the most impactful place you’ve ever worked. And we’re just getting started. Thank you for taking the time to learn a bit about Bridge. We look forward to getting to know you!
Bridge Partners is a people-focused, customer-driven consulting firm that helps organizations transform to drive growth, adapt to change, and create enterprise value. Our consultants take pride in their unwavering commitment to client service and bring real-world industry experience and deep subject matter expertise to every project. Through a unique, small practice model, we deliver better value, build longer-lasting relationships, and create happier clients.
Founded in Seattle in 2007, Bridge Partners has been recognized as a leader in business consulting and as an employer of choice for top consulting talent, industry experts, and seasoned executives. As a preferred consulting partner for firms across the Fortune 50, we enjoy strong relationships with some of the biggest names in business and technology. We serve clients across the United States from our offices in Seattle, Chicago, Texas, and the Bay Area.
Medical: Stay healthy with medical and dental plans for employees that are 99% company-paid.
Vacation and sick leave: Take up to 15 days of paid leave per year to relax or recover. Enjoy 10 additional paid holidays.
I have found Bridge Partners to be different than other Consulting firms I have worked with. Not only do they find a great match for my skill set, but after the hire, they continue to meet and ask you how it’s going. This is not from the client side, but they are truly interested if I am liking the role. They don’t just get you the role and not meet with you anymore. My experience with other consulting firms has been that after the hire, the rep never had more than 10 minutes to meet with me to ask how things are going. “Great talking to you but I have another client I have to see. Have a nice day”. This never happens with Bridge Partners.
I’ve been with Bridge Partners for over to six months and have met my rep many times to discuss my satisfaction with the role and to just talk – like I am a person, not a quick hire to fill a role. Nice touch – and it is what makes Bridge Partners unique, in my opinion.
Bridge Partners has a lot of get-togethers in informal places and they are very community oriented. Every month they organize a day that contributes to a local charity. This is great for the community and also allows everyone to network and get to know the other consultants - outside the working environment. True team-building and with a great cause.
As my present contract is ending soon, I have no doubt Bridge Partners will work hard to find my next project – one that I will enjoy and have the skill set to exceed.
Nothing at this time. I will return to this site after my contract ends so I can evualuate their ability to start a new contract for me.
Advice to Management
Keep up the great work of caring about your consultants...it's what makes Bridge Partners unique.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Bridge Partners (Redmond, WA) in November 2015.
I was contacted by a member of the Bridge Partners Talent Management team about a role they thought I would be a good fit for via LinkedIn. There was a brief phone screen with the talent team. Then I met with the director leading the project and two current team members (one of whom turned out to be a former co-worker, though I didn't know that going in). Following that I had a very short interview with the Client. The director had a brief discussion with the client, after which the project director and I had lunch over which the offer was informally extended and we discussed start date, logistics, and salary negotiations. A formal offer letter was sent via e-mail later that day. I accepted the position and have been with the firm since through many different projects.