Mission: We take enthusiastic responsibility for our actions, behavior, and ideas. We see our company, clients, and consultants as engaged in a three-way partnership. We are driven. Since our company began, we have sought out colleagues with fresh perspectives and a natural curiosity. We ...
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Projectline Services provides on-demand support for organizations that want to go beyond a transactional approach to solving their real-time resourcing challenges.
Founded in 2003 with a vision to provide world-class marketing consulting and services, we now employ more than 250 people around the globe, from offices in Toronto, Philadelphia, and London in addition to our headquarters in the iconic Smith Tower in Seattle.
We have built a successful business based on our ability to provide on-demand, best-in-class consultants who achieve results.
We hire smart, skilled people who share our vision for digging deep and realizing their potential as professionals. We’re people first, and the relationships we create with our clients and our consultants is the secret sauce that makes it all happen.
We aren’t about just filling roles; we are about selecting the consultant who has the right mix of skills and experience for your project. It’s an art and a science, and we understand both sides of the equation.
We believe that everyone is empowered to make a difference, and that our connection to the community and to each other helps us keep our perspective on what’s really important.
Back in 2003, Anika Lehde, Mike Kichline, and Dave Jones got together over pizza and beer to talk about creating a new kind of business, the kind they would want to work for. They knew a lot about marketing and service delivery. They knew, based on their own seriously formidable experience at Microsoft, the best way to connect people and process to achieve kick-ass outcomes. “Let’s find great people, and build something epic” was a challenge too awesome to leave as an idea sketched on the proverbial napkin, so they decided to create a living, breathing, company—Projectline.
Flash forward to today, Projectline has grown to an award-winning company that includes Projectline Services, Yesler, it’s agency division, as well as our corporate brand, Projectline Inc., where wickedly talented people do world-class work for companies of all shapes and sizes. The reputation that we’ve built, and the way that we’ve inspired our consultants and our clients to believe in what we’re doing at Projectline, inspires us every day.
The moral of the story? Believe. Don’t settle. Take a calculated risk, and own the results. Surround yourself with positive, smart, and genuinely enthusiastic people. Be fearless, have a sense of humor. And never, ever, turn down pizza and beer with your friends. You just never know what might happen.
Get more perks
We make our people a priority. That means offering a solid stack of benefits that support our talent’s happiness and health—both now and in the future. Our consultants enjoy comprehensive health, dental, and vision benefits along with financial benefits and other Projectline perks.
Strike a better balance
You have a whole lot of living to do outside of work. As a Projectline consultant, you’ll get plenty of paid vacation, sick, and personal time, giving you the flexibility you need to maintain balance in both your personal and professional life.
Plug into our network
When you join our team, you join a network of like-minded consultants ready to offer the support, feedback, and mentorship you need to succeed. Extend your network with our regular consultant happy hours, networking events, and community volunteer activities.
You’ve probably figured out by now that we are big on supporting our consultants. It’s important that you have what you need to feel confident in your role, so we make sure you always have access to our HR and IT teams. They’re always here to advocate for you and work hard on your behalf.
Work with an award-winning company
Our commitment to our people shows in the national and local recognition we receive.
Inc. 5000 five years running
Our continual growth has earned us a spot on the Inc. Magazine 5000 as well as a Hire Power award and a spot on the Top Small Companies list. Inc. Magazine has also recognized Projectline on the Build 100 list as a company ready to sustain growth year after year.
Best Place to Work
We love our people, and we love our community, so we’re proud to be recognized as a best place to work by multiple local favorites, including Seattle Met, Washington CEO Magazine, Seattle Business Magazine, Seattle Business Monthly, and Puget Sound Business Journal.
I have been working at Projectline Services full-time (Less than a year)
I've worked for 2 other vendor companies in the area and Projectline Services rates at the top of the list. Pros: They are incredibly invested in your success and appreciative, don't micromanage you, are very transparent about their business and opportunities, offer great training, and provide awesome benefits. A special shout-out to their small IT department that helps with any glitches you encounter with your PC or software, saving lots of time and headache!
I haven't come across any downside so far.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing! Your dedication to your employees and transparency is inspiring.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Projectline Services (Boston, MA) in February 2016.
I was contacted via email the day I applied on LinkedIn.
This was followed by 2 phone interviews with Projectline personnel.
Once the Projectline employees decided I would be a good fit for their client, I was set up on a group interview with 3 people from the client I would be working for.
After the group interview, an offer was made by Projectline, and I accepted.
I was able to negotiate my start date, to best accommodate my existing schedule. I was otherwise satisfied with the offer, and didn't feel the need to negotiate.