Echo is a technology company in the transportation and logistics marketplace.
When you walk in the front door of Echo the energy hits you. Glass conference rooms, technology hanging from the ceiling and an open work environment makes our space inviting and exciting. You can hear the buzz throughout the day - teams having meetings, phone calls going on and the occasional...
Mission: To be the leading provider of transportation management solutions by delivering technology that drives efficiency, capacity and insight to both shippers and carriers.
- Careers At Echo |
Take a look at the future of logistics... take a look at Echo.
Driven, energetic and motivated – the Echo team is made of like minded individuals with one common thread, an opportunity to jumpstart a career at a fast-growing company downtown Chicago. We are a technology company in the transportation management and logistics industry with a growing client base and a dynamic atmosphere. If you’re ready for a fast-paced environment and are up for a challenge – Echo might be the place for you.
- Launch your career with a solid support network and a management team committed to your success.
- Get involved with interesting and motivated people – join our softball, volleyball, basketball, football, or hockey teams. Or start a new intramural team!
- Be a part of a team and create new business processes with collaborative colleagues.
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Employees say it's “OK” 123 ratings
82% of the CEO 87 ratings
CEO and Director
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Chicago, IL (US) Aug 2011 – Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Interview Details First contact is an email to get in touch for a phone interview. They will find out if you WANT to work. They will not mention too many specifics of the job, however they are paid if you are hired, so backing out on your end will prompt them to tell you it's $35k benefits etc. They want to meet… – Full Interview
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