Mission: •We are committed to the success of our clients, each other and our local communities.
•Our clients trust us to help them achieve their most strategic and operational goals.
•We provide this value through Caiman’s unique ...
I have been working at Caiman Consulting Corp full-time (Less than a year)
First, let me say, I worked at Caiman for a couple years but was drawn away when offered a job at a large software company. This was a decision I immediately regretted. After a year of misery and boredom I was welcomed back with open arms. I couldn't be more happy with my decision to return. Some of the pro's about Caiman include:
- Best corporate culture anywhere, period. (Kind, community oriented, willing to grow people)
- Best in class compensation and incentives
- The smartest and friendliest people i've EVER worked with
- Projects that are more fun and more strategic than anything i've done as an FTE working for large software companies.
- Great Perks (like a company trip to a tropical destination)
- Small company, with less resources and structure than larger companies (but way more agile!)
- The bonus structure is AMAZING, but it's complexity turns some people away.
Advice to Management
Management is doing a great job, the company is thriving in a hyper-competitive market where many others are imploding. Continue to communicate your plans and success to employees. The transparency and honesty will pay dividends.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Caiman Consulting Corp (Seattle, WA) in May 2016.
The process is very transparent and quick. I experienced 3-rounds of interviews.
First, you go through an initial phone screen, followed by an in-person 2:1 interview with HR. They'll share with you the job description, check your references and make sure you'll be a good fit for the company (culture and values).
Second, you interview with the managers or colleagues you will be working with, they'll go over your background and experiences before digging into more specific challenging questions or situations. Once, this second round is successfully completed, you'll get more specific information about the company's benefits and incentive programs as well as the client/customer you might be working for.
Lastly, you interview with the client/customer you will be working for. If everything goes well, then you get an offer.
It's a very effective and fast job hiring process.