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4 days ago

Mail House Manager (Bulk Mail Operations)

Outreach, Inc. Colorado Springs, CO

Keywords:bulk mail, mailhouse, mailings, mail house operations, mailhouse… Glassdoor

25 days ago

Vice President, Marketing

Outreach, Inc. California

Take the role of leading the high caliber, creative and mission driven Marketing team. The VP of Marketing will lead, develop and implement all… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Marketing Project Manager

Outreach, Inc. Colorado Springs, CO

• Position requires a working knowledge of graphic design and electronic marketing. Experience working with creative, vendors, purchasing and/or… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Senior Project Coordinator - Marketing/Print

Outreach, Inc. Colorado Springs, CO

• Take full ownership of project coordination to ensure that marketing and product collateral is designed, manufactured, and delivered on time… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Web Designer

Outreach, Inc. Colorado

(1) Web design. Execute high quality, objective driven, technically sound, retail focused web design. Provide design solutions for the… Glassdoor

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Colorado Springs, CO
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Colorado Springs, CO

    I have been working at Outreach full-time


    The people that I work with are amazing. There are very few people who aren't fully invested in their job. I've never felt required to 'take my work home with me' so I am easily able to balance my home life and work life.


    Due to the design of the building there is a big gap between the office staff and the production staff. It sometimes feels like two separate companies because of this division. There is minimal room for advancement once you reach a certain level. It doesn't take long to hit a ceiling. The work is still fulfilling, but no real incentive to push harder once you hit that level.

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    Keep rewarding staff for Core Value accomplishments. Consider a reward system for managers as well.

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