We are who we are.
We’re a random but talented bunch driven by industry savvy and wickedly creative minds. Around here, we count on insight from every member of the team. You may see a 3D motion designer talking business strategy with a VP. Or a director helping improve the project management cycle. But what you’re sure to find is the fresh, compelling content we create.
Our standards are pretty high.
We live for accountable creative strategy driven by a fierce competitive streak. Because we don’t want more of more, we want more of better.
That goes for our people, our clients and our work
We’re looking for a long-term relationship.
Once we deeply understand your communications challenges, we align ourselves with your functions and processes to work like an extension of your in-house marketing team. The longer we work together, the more efficient we become — ultimately creating economies of scale by removing the learning curve that comes with each new project. Working this way has enabled us to form decade-long client partnerships. And we're cool with that.
Our work is never done.
We craft the strategy, write the scripts, direct the shoots, create the animations, design the sites and develop the code. But we don't stop at content creation, we follow projects long after execution. We want to know: How well did the tactic work? How can we do it better next time? We bring a unique approach to corporate communications — this approach is what sets us apart.
We love coming to work.
Nestled in Raleigh's Glenwood South district, our 30,000 sq. ft. renovated warehouse space is home to some of the sharpest minds in the industry.
It takes a lot of human fuel to create kickass digital content, so we work hard to keep our team comfortable and happy.
Our office houses a green-screen studio with full production and sound design capabilities, ample open work space to collaborate and the best design and animation technology in place so we always have the right tool for the job.
We really like each other.
Our people have mastered the art of blending raw talent with hard-earned industry chops. And luckily, we all like each other enough to share a drink (or two) after the work is done. A fully stocked kitchen and bar (complete with Guinness on tap and a pretty darn good wine collection) along with a few other perks and necessities keep the creative engines running smoothly at high RPMs.
COME WORK WITH US!
Are you a multi-faceted designer, tech-curious hacker, uber-organized schedule wrangler or pop-culture junkie writer? Can you use those powers to create great ideas and provide flawless execution for our Fortune-type clients?
Centerline Digital is a carefully assembled group of talented people, working together to provide great ideas and flawless execution for our Fortune-type clients.
We are located in downtown Raleigh, NC within a new location that has just been renovated into a modern, loft-style headquarters. The open plan reflects our commitment to free-flowing communication, process transparency and team effort.
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The people and perks at this company are great and I loved every minute I worked here. As a matter of fact if any of my former coworkers reads this and visits Vegas you know who I am, get in touch and we'll have a drink.
I was worried after ready the negative reviews before starting and actually brought them up during my interview. The managers answered my questions head on and didn't dance around any unpleasant answers.
The projects have ample time to complete and you're almost always busy creating. If you're not busy on a client project they have a creative contest running to keep your skills sharp and varied. If you have any technical questions one of the other creatives is bound to have the answer. If you have any doubts about working here, don't, they are unfounded. I moved across the country to work here and would again if I had to.
Blue and gold gets boring, just kidding I have no cons. The only issue I ran into had nothing to do with the company. Nit picky clients are part of the job anywhere you go.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online – interviewed at Centerline Digital.
The phone interview that I had with Cait was very casual. It was more of a "get to know me" conversation more than anything. At the end of the phone call, she said she wanted me to send her some addition work, which later led to coming in for an in person interview. Setting up for the in person interview didn't go as smoothly. They waited until the last minute to buy the plane ticket and when they told me my itinerary, I saw I had to fly to Raleigh the same day as the interview..and I had a connecting flight! I was a nervous wreck. Of course my plane was delayed 3 hours and I got to Centerline right before they closed after traveling all day long. Once I got there, I was fine but I was definitely drained before I even had the interview.
The studio looks cool how they designed the interior. However, it's very dark in there. Also one of the guys that interviewed me had only been working there for a month. He told me later on that he thought some of the people hes been working with had been there for years, but when he asked, they all just started working there. Made me skeptical why everyone working there was new. Sounds like the reviews on glassdoor might be true.
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