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I have been working at CrossCountry Consulting full-time
I've been with CrossCountry Consulting for six months and it has exceeded my expectations in many ways. Our growth at our new SF office largely through those already familiar with CrossCountry from the East Coast and referrals has created a better than hoped for foundation for my responsibility to help launch market awareness and grow market share in the competitive business advisory services market in our region. We have an excellent reputation.
I'm part of a new office and we are growing fast and it's always a difficult balance to know how many consultants to hire (we have full time consultants). Our opportunities might at times outpace our team, because our teams often become integrated into our client's teams and take on new projects at the same client, We may not always be able to respond or start a new project - on demand, however, we take a thoughtful approach and deliver results that exceed expectations and are worth the wait. Consultants may work on more than one engagement at times (could be a pro).
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Keep hiring great people, and providing them as you do with opportunities to lead working groups and develop deep expertise in their practice area or industry.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at CrossCountry Consulting (San Francisco, CA (US)) in October 2017.
Recruiter - Informative
1. Phone Interview with Recruiter
2. Skype Interview with Technical Lead
3. In person interview (3 people at separate times for 2 hours)
4. Skype Interview with head of HR
All in all, the process was great. The interviewers had good questions, but kept the interview in more of a conversation dynamic. Very friendly and easy to talk with.