- Austin, TX
- 201 to 500 Employees
- 1 Location
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2001
- Revenue: $25 to $100 million (USD)
- Security & Protective
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1. Great balance between structure and autonomy, as minimal micromanagement provides an atmosphere of trust and independence. 2. One may find the hours slipping away unnoticed, given the nature of the job is to have multiple clients and projects at once. 3. There's a unique opportunity to engage with diverse client projects which means you're learning a lot at once; it's a great place to nurture your skillset. 4. The company leadership is open to having conversations with you and hearing feedback from you. There is room for growth in the company and new initiatives and creativity are not stifled. 5. The company operates through three distinct service lines - Information, Identity, and GRC and they seem to be somewhat siloed, but on the bright side this gives you the opportunity to try something new if you ask for it (at least from what I have heard). 6. The people I have met and worked with have been kind and polite. The goal is to get things done with a positive mindset, and I like that. 7. This Job is also fully remote if you want, and that is wonderful for my situation. They used to have free company dinners, and meetups, but it's been a few months since the last one I heard about. Hopefully, those perks stick around.
1. Certain projects may be more demanding than others, demanding significant commitment and time, so be ready to get involved in something that can be time-consuming; however, that is the nature of consulting. Sometimes the project, client, or technology is difficult to work with. 2. In terms of onboarding, the training material for new recruits could benefit from some enhancement, but I've heard they are working on that. 3. You may need to become an "expert" on a technology/software/process in a very short period of time, so you need to have that go-getter mindset(unyielding resilience to navigate successfully) to accomplish great things, in case that is asked of you.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Edgile (Indianapolis, IN)
InterviewIt was very casual and they talked about experience that I have previously had and wanted to get to know me as a person and how well I would do at consulting.Interview
Just basic questions like what I did at certain companies in the past, etc.Answer Question
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Edgile Awards & Accolades
- 2021 Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies - Texas, Inc5000, 2021
- Top 10 Leading Cloud Computing Solution Providers to Watch in 2021, CIO Coverage, 2021
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