Mission: We’re dedicated to providing you with an unmatched experience by working together to do what’s right by you.
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We didn’t start in a conference room. Instead, we started on a couch. And we’ve grown our business on a set of three building blocks:
Enjoy the people you work with, have fun, and do great work.
Not only do these blocks serve as our model for consulting, but they’ve created a culture that values team unity and collaboration. We enjoy working together, alongside you, to create personalized solutions for your business.
Our seven core values reflect our professional passions and personal convictions:
Learn more about Why We're Here.
Our core value of “ignite passion for the greater good” is one we love to carry out on both the national and local level.
Nationally, we choose a cause to support with donations at our annual meetings. In recent years, we have provided support for the Flint, Michigan water crisis, packed meals to send to developed nations, and collected school supplies for students in underserved schools.
Our individual teams are also highly committed to several local charitable causes and host team volunteer activities several times a year to serve food, build and repair houses, clean up neighborhoods, and work directly with others in need of support.
Learn more about the Ways We Give.
Our balanced approach to achieving lasting solutions is centered around our people, culture, and providing enterprise impact through local delivery. We pride ourselves on innovative thinking and creating real relationships with our clients.
We could go on all day and night talking about what makes Centric different than your typical consulting firm. But it is probably best if you hear it straight from our employees:
Want to learn more? Chat with one of our recruiters. We personally review each and every application. Feel free to say hello to any one of our smiling faces.
We have locations across the US, including:
Don't live a city where we have an office yet? No worries! We also have national practices and industry verticals that employ people nationwide.
National practices and industries we work in include:
I have been working at Centric Consulting full-time (More than 3 years)
They hire A-players and treat them like adults. No micromanaging here.
The company is team focused...and our clients are on our team.
The company recognizes and rewards individuals who go the extra mile, while not expecting you to go so far you lose the balance in your life.
I really enjoy working with my co-workers; they are engaged, interesting and motivated people who are genuinely interested in both colleagues and client staff. It feels more like working with a group of friends than just a bunch of co-workers.
Projects and assignments are not always interesting or stimulating. You could spend time doing basic work for a client and needing to find other ways to grow and learn.
We have clients throughout Chicagoland; commutes can be challenging at times.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Centric Consulting (Saint Louis, MO) in April 2017.
The interview process was very informal. The first interview was a conversation in a coffee shop about what the company stands for, how they do business, and what they're trying to accomplish. I came with plenty of prepared questions for my interviewer, but the conversation flowed so naturally that I don't think I got to half of them.
At the end of the first interview, I was told that there would be one more technical interview. I was also told that I could get access to anyone in the company if I wanted to talk to them more about their experience and the company - which is a very transparent move for the company.
Before the second interview, I went through some basic training for all of the technologies mentioned in the first interview. However, none of that was needed, since the technical interview was almost as informal as the first - with the exception that it took place over the phone rather than in person. This interview was mostly about my technical background. It probably would have lasted less than 15 minutes, if I hadn't drawn it out with my own list of questions for the interviewer.
Pay Equality Pledge
Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience
Tech Hiring Commitment
Helping to train, hire and promote more technology workers
Career Advancement Program
Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions
Social Responsibility Pledge
Formal programs or foundation to give back to communities
Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce