We are always on the lookout for smart and creative problem solvers to join our talented, diverse team.
At SSA & Company, our values, relationships, and people drive everything we do. Learn more about how we foster diversity, embrace inclusion, and encourage community participation.
Clients at the core
Respect and strong relationships
Accountability for results
Transparency and trust
“SSA & Company has fostered an environment for colleagues to collaborate across teams to successfully deliver projects while enabling the ability to learn from extremely experienced individuals across industries and disciplines. Accepting new challenges and navigating changing business conditions has been more enjoyable knowing I don’t have to figure out everything on my own.”Reuben Brown
"SSA & Company has a great culture with friendly and humble colleagues, accessible leadership, and frequent opportunities for professional growth. We hire great people who take pride in delivering high-quality work product for clients again and again."Tricia Madden
"The word most frequently heard when my colleagues and I describe the culture is 'collaborative'. A true and tangible sense of collaboration flows through SSA & Company, where colleagues and teammates are quick to offer support on both project and internal company work.”Chris Ventry
We gathered reflections from our summer interns and G100 Companies rotational analysts about taking part in a virtual program.
"I had no idea what to expect when it came to onboarding virtually but the team at SSA & Company has made me feel so welcomed and valued. Even just a month in, I'm starting to build relationships with people that I genuinely enjoy interacting with. I'm excited to continue learning and growing with my fellow analysts."Beryl,
"Going into the program I was most worried about being underutilized – I was worried that I wouldn’t feel like I was part of a team. That didn’t end up happening. I felt like I could provide value and be part of the team right away. I felt like I connected with the team – I enjoyed getting to know them – and I was still able to get a good sense of the culture (even if I wasn’t physically a part of it)."Ian,
"I was nervous about the impact of COVID-19 and what this meant for starting my career. My experience thus far has greatly exceeded my expectations, and the people here have me made feel at home right away. While I have not had the pleasure of meeting many of my colleagues in person, the nature of the program has allowed me to meet both professionally and socially with the majority of the company. Everyone has been very welcoming and accessible to me for advice and questions, whether it be on project work or in regards to professional development."Holden,
"I got a sense of the culture when I first came into the office for an interview back in March, but once I started, I was surprised at how great the culture actually is and how much that came across virtually. It was easy to connect with everyone through the intern socials and all hands calls. I had never met my peer mentor in person before, but I was still able to form a great relationship with her. Everyone was so helpful and kind. I knew that it would be a great experience, but it was even better than I expected."Brian,
"When I was first told that I’d begin my career remotely, I didn’t know what to expect. Now, I have discovered that though we are working virtually, I am still able to connect with my team members, build relationships, and add value. The remarkable culture at SSA & Company emanates through the computer screen, and I can honestly say that I’ve had a seamless acclimation to the firm, despite the unprecedented nature of our communication."Juliette,
"Familiarizing myself with communicating and collaborating virtually was a great learning experience. The only difference I could tell (from in-person) was that there was more flexibility. I was able to accomplish the same quality/quantity of material as I did at previous in-person internships. Everyone speaks about how flat the organization here is, and that was really true in my experience. Everyone was really open to answering my questions – I never felt intimidated asking anyone for anything."Edmund,
Life at SSA & Company
In partnership with The JoyJ Initiative, employees across G100 Companies assembled and distributed comfort bags filled with much needed basic supplies and food to the homeless in Midtown and Harlem.
Even in the "New Abnormal" our team works on building connections with one another through Social Hours and other virtual gatherings.