Mission: We translate strategy into results.
I have been working at Concentre full-time (More than a year)
Good pay/bonus, good benefits, excellent values. Overall great place to work. Also, it has a startup feel so if you like to "wear many hats" this is a fun place to work.
It's a small and growing company so it does not have all the resources that a large consulting company would have. You have to want to be agile and scrappy.
Advice to Management
Consider hiring a full time sales / business development person so that you can get the growth you want.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Concentre (Dallas, TX).
Concentre is a small company so things will move much quicker than with other larger firms. I initially had a recruiter call, then spoke directly with their CMO after completing a personality/skills test. After that I had 2-3 phone interviews followed by a onsite panel and case interview (2 different rooms). Lastly, this was followed up with a interview with the managing partners. It was a great process since Concentre is not only focused on skills, but truly maintaining their culture and their way of doing business. Also, it moved quickly, so it wasn't a process spread over 3 months of balancing calendars and meetings for phone interviews. They touched on various types of questions and points so it was a good mesh or skill and personality based questions.
Our people are one of the things that makes Concentre a great place to work. Meet Carl Guice, a Senior Consultant who never fails to set the bar high!
If you want to know what makes a Senior Consultant at Concentre more than a consultant, take a look at our very own Ajay Mehta!
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