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f you’re looking for just a job, this is not the place for you. We’re a small business, and we need everybody  to deliver on our commitments to our clients and each other. We expect our employees to consistently bring their A-game, take ownership, and challenge themselves, their teammates, and their clients. When someone is not a good fit for our culture and work style, it is immediately evident and can be extremely painful—and we don’t want that for you or for our team.

But...if you are looking for a place where you can take what you already know about the world, people, business, and culture—and continue to learn, grow, stretch your mind, challenge your assumptions, and hone your creative problem-solving abilities—read on.
Our Promise to Each Other
The Frontier Project was founded on the belief in the potential of all people. We help our clients do their very best work, and, as an employer, it is our goal to bring out the best in every one of our employees. Each of us makes a profound commitment to be open and vulnerable and put our egos aside in the name of growth.

If you are ready to double down on your career development and learn everything you can from a workplace that will lovingly throw you in the deep end while teaching you how to swim, this might just be the perfect place for you.
Our mission is threefold:
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To love the team members and clients we work with
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To do meaningful work that makes an impact
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To continue to learn and grow both as people and professionals
What We Look For
Internally, we function as a highly coached, lightly managed, high-performing team. We have each other’s backs and push each other to be the best versions of ourselves. Though assembling a team that represents a diversity of perspective, background, educational focus, and expertise is our primary goal in recruitment, we also look for several consistent traits we know help people succeed here:
Confidence + Humility
Our work requires us to speak to C-Suite leaders at some of the largest and most successful companies in the world. We wrangle leadership teams to make difficult strategic decisions, we speak on stages, we build relationships, and we convince people to listen to our ideas for the good of their business. All this takes confidence.

On the other hand, we help people change, guide organizations in times of transformation, and support strategic corporate initiatives. This work is not linear. There is no “right” answer—it can be messy, emotional, and complicated. We can only succeed if we are open-minded, great listeners, and willing to put our ideas out there to be challenged, stretched, poked, prodded, and sometimes squashed. This takes humility. As soon as we become certain rather than curious, we lose our magic.
Creativity + Execution
Our clients hire us to be their team of creative problem solvers, but our work isn’t just about coming up with amazing ideas. We have to know how to bring them to life and make them real. We need people on our team who can both ideate and execute—who can be brilliantly creative and then switch into production mode to get the job done.
Honesty, Transparency, Constructivity
If you like to play politics, please do not apply. We help our clients cut through these barriers to team performance, and that won’t happen if we’re dealing with those issues ourselves. Politics can be a culture killer. In order to create a safe space for people to be brilliant and learn and grow, every one of us must come to the table in an honest and transparent way—no hidden agendas, no information hoarding. Our culture thrives when we build respectful relationships, operate with integrity, deal directly with issues that arise, and have the hard conversations to work things out.
What’s In It For You?
In addition to our growth-minded culture, we offer a ton of great benefits once you’re part of the team. For starters, we’re big believers in balance. We expect our employees to be “on” when they need to be—and unplugged when it’s time to be off. We ask people to work a 40-hour work week at full steam and then rest, renew, and reconnect with their passions outside of work.

When you walk through the door on your first day, we automatically extend our trust in you to do amazing work and encourage you to be fully, holistically, wholeheartedly yourself. We are committed to nurturing the whole person so that we can continue to show up day after day in a creative and constructive way. Around here, you’ll find excellent vacation and leave policies, plus opportunities to plug into working groups focused on sustainability, social, and community initiatives. We offer skill-building sessions that range from learning how to create a personal financial plan and formatting a beautiful Excel spreadsheet, to design thinking sessions and wine and cheese pairings. You can join our monthly book club where we debate the latest research in psychology, business, philosophy, and economics. Bring your mat when we host yoga classes and group meditations. Engage in a friendly competition to see who can bike to work the most this month or lead a 30-day minimalism challenge.

Frontier has been an incredible launching pad for so many of our former employees and consultants. From accepting SVP roles at Fortune 500 companies to launching successful entrepreneurial ventures or returning to school to pursue deeply held passions, we provide our employees innumerable opportunities to reach their potential. We expect a high level of commitment to our organization and our clients during your tenure with us, but when it’s time to move on, we consider it a measure of success when we’re able to help you pursue your dreams.
How Our Hiring Process Works
Our typical recruitment process is anything but, well, typical. Given we are a small business and our needs can change at a moment’s notice, our goal is to start conversations with as many interesting, intelligent, self-motivated people as we can and build relationships with a range of qualified candidates. That way, when a big project lands or an opportunity for growth presents itself, we are able to match the needs of our business with the skills and desires of the people in our network and shape the right role. This process can take time—sometimes a long time—but it yields better results than hiring too quickly (as many hiring processes do). So, if you’ve loved what you’ve read on this page and want to start a conversation, please do not hesitate to reach out.

Of course, from time to time we have a need that is not a match for our established network. When that happens, we will post the relevant job description to this website. So check back from time to time to see what’s going on. Even then, our interview process is in-depth, rigorous, and moves slower than that of other employers. The only way to make a good hiring decision is to spend the necessary time together, probably over several meetings, so each person has clarity about what to expect.

If you are on a tight timeframe, our process might frustrate you, and—while it is not our goal to frustrate anyone or miss out on an amazing new hire—we know this tradeoff allows the process to unfold in a very intentional way and enables better hiring decisions for our company. We consider this a two-way interview process, and we want every new hire to walk in on Day 1 knowing what to expect and confident they made the right decision.

Thank you for taking the time to learn about our culture. We look forward to meeting you!
Current Openings
The Frontier Project is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome and support diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.