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14 days ago

Senior Marketing Manager, Paid Search and Social

ModCloth San Francisco, CA

Develop profitable and scalable paid search and social acquisition strategies, objectives and deadlines to ensure strategic imperatives are met… Ivy Exec

14 days ago

Marketing Manager, Display and Emerging Media

ModCloth San Francisco, CA

Develop profitable and scalable display and other forms of emerging media marketing strategies, objectives and deadlines to ensure strategic… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Shipping Team Associate- Contract

ModCloth Pittsburgh, PA

• Pull customer orders with stunning efficiency and accuracy • Flex those fingers as you meet the expectation of pulling over 100 items per hour… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer

ModCloth Pittsburgh, PA

• Use your talent to develop ModCloth infrastructure using Ruby, Ruby on Rails, MySQL, Go, and a slew of common open source supplemental technologies… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Contract Customer Care Advocate - 5:00pm-1:00am

ModCloth Pittsburgh, PA

• Delight customers by responding to their inquiries (via e-mail, online chat, or telephone, as applicable) in a charming and helpful manner… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Returns Associate- Contractor

ModCloth Pittsburgh, PA

• Process and refund customer returns • Carefully inspect item and assess / document damages • Package & restock items in pristine condition… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr. JavaScript Developer

ModCloth San Francisco, CA

pages, to recommendations, personalization, and more. • Create readable, maintainable, and performant JavaScript… Glassdoor

30+ days ago


ModCloth Pittsburgh, PA +2 locations

As one of our models, you’ll be one of the shining stars of our merchandising campaigns! These campaigns -- stylebooks, Shop Our Outfits, and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Merchandise Planning Analyst

ModCloth San Francisco, CA

• Provide Buying counterparts with high-level order quantity guidance that will drive purchasing decisions for all new products offered on… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Senior Marketing Manager, Promotions

ModCloth San Francisco, CA

• Craft ModCloth’s overall promotional strategy to achieve sales, business and marketing objectives. • Develop fun, engaging campaign concepts… Glassdoor

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    Gone Downhill

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at ModCloth full-time


    There are still a number of talented, smart individuals that make it worth going in.


    It's only a matter of time before all the aforementioned talented and smart individuals get better jobs.

    I don't usually leave reviews in these types of places because I see them as places where complainers just want to complain for the sake of it. However, I think the situation warrants a review.

    There are many people here who have put in a lot of time, even moved around the country, for their roles. There has been a ton of change in the last year that has only created roadblocks, disappointment, and frustration for people who either want to simply keep perfecting their skills here or who expect at least the chance to be considered for advancement.

    Instead people go from Intermediate in one unique field to making decisions in a totally different area by just being given a new role and title. Certain Directors come and go as they please, execs are asking for tiny changes on products that have already launched and have already been on their desk multiple times.

    There's also a lot of expectation for teams, which are smaller than ever, to contribute or "help out" other teams, especially after July's layoffs. Yet, no role changes, job description changes, or compensation changes are offered or brought up. Everyone is stretched, so why not reevaluate the teams?

    It used to be a very enriching, delightful place to work. Jobs are jobs, but it's nice to have a place that you can at least go to, feel like you're making a difference in a customer's life, and go home feel Okay. Now, we're just being told what to do and not expected to have anything to say about it, not use any of the experience we have to say how we think something can be even better.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get a clue. It would help to look at the site you work for. It would help to get to know what the people you're shifting around, laying off, and ignoring for advancement actually DO. Be a leader, not a dictator. Think about or try to find out why these people have been around so long. Please be clear and transparent as possible (as you claim you are being) about your short term and long term goals for the company.

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