Every day, billions of interactions track the identity of people, entities, and things. Digital identity is the hidden fabric enabling the seamless exchange of trusted information at the scale and speed required by global enterprises. As the linchpin to digital transformation, digital identity is a must-have for building consumer trust and for doing business now and in the future.
Every major company in the world has started focusing on the next generation of digital identity technologies as a necessity for continued growth and security. Our team works with a myriad of organizations, from Fortune 100s to startups, across industries including financial services, technology, telecommunications, and the P2P economy. We know that it’s in the sharing of discovery and insights that groundwork is laid, problems are solved, and entire sectors advance at the speed of light. At Liminal, we don’t just respond to the market; we define it.
Whether you’re an experienced professional or new graduate, working at Liminal will be a rewarding next step in your career.
Play a prominent role at our company. Unlike larger firms, we tailor our approach to the specific needs of our clients. Whether you are helping a CEO plan their next strategic move, an investor deploying millions (or billions) of dollars, or internally to solve our own unique challenges, you will work directly with a highly engaged group of hardworking, motivated, and intelligent colleagues.
Launch your career by becoming an integral part of a dynamic team to solve complex business problems. You will work with our clients to solve complex business problems, analyze data to discover market trends, and design digital identity products and services from the ground up.
Understand our client’s strategic needs and produce insights to solve our customer’s complex business problems. As an experienced professional, you will leverage your industry and functional expertise to work with a myriad of organizations to make crucial business decisions at all stages of the product and business lifecycle.
You can glean a lot from the content we produce, our website, and our competitor’s websites. We want to know what inspires you to join our mission.
Behavioral questions are intended to get to the heart of who are and the experiences that make you unique. They usually start with “tell me a time when…” and may lead to more hypothetical questions that start with “what would you do if…” Share your experiences and how you think it can contribute to a role at Liminal.
“How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie pop?” In an estimation question, proof your work and demonstrate how you arrived at your answer. Explain assumptions that you make along the way and the numbers you’ve used to derive an estimate.
We want to understand how you think, so explain your thought process and decision-making throughout the interview. We’re not only evaluating your technical ability – we’re also assessing how you approach problems and try to solve them. Explicitly state and check assumptions with your interviewer to ensure they are reasonable.
You may be asked to do a case study that demonstrates your analytical, presentation, and communication skills. Our case studies are intended to provide insight into the role and should highlight your strengths and skills.
Program Services at Big Brother Big Sisters of Massachusetts, Learning by Giving
I love the Patriots and all the Boston teams
The expertise I have developed at Liminal would have taken years anywhere else
Graduate Teaching Assistant at Columbia University
I am ambidextrous
Having the opportunity to play an active role in client engagements and wear many different hats within the team
Spanish Ministry of Education; Operational Management and Logistics for an industrial supply firm
I play the piano and (attempt) to DJ
Post MBA, I sought an opportunity to immediately contribute to a growing company while directly interacting with clients and senior leaders