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- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Coleman Research full-time for more than a yearPros
Great culture. Engaged leadership. Great place to learn if you are early in your career.Cons
Nothing to add at this time.Advice to ManagementAdvice
My advice to those considering employment....
First, it’s a great place to work and I’ve worked at enough places to know. There’s plenty to learn here. Those who have left Coleman, whether happy or disenchanted, cannot say they didn’t cut their teeth on some challenging work, honing skills that will be invaluable going forward. The business is tightly connected to the critical workflow of the client, which means your contributions every day have an impact allowing you to regularly assess your successes and areas for development. And the management team could not be more supportive. The notion of “open door” is an understatement here. Everyone from the CEO to regional team leads are always available and connected passionately to the development and happiness of the staff. The culture is vibrant and supportive.
People should do their homework before interviewing. Coleman is not a large company but has emerged in its 10 years as an industry leader. This came about through people, innovation and, like any company, trial and error in some areas. It makes me think about some of those early candidates who first interviewed with Bill Gates who either declined an offer or left after a very short stint because they didn’t see a career path, or personal growth plan etc etc. I get that hind sight is 20/20 and that Coleman is not likely to be the next MS. However, I think the point is clear. If you're looking for big structure, global career pathing, company store etc etc. you might be unhappy here. If you're looking for a place to make an impact, meet great people and learn, then perhaps there's a fit.
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online - interviewed at Coleman Research.Interview Details
Applied online and in about 2 weeks got an email saying I was selected for an online interview. Interview was on the computer and was just me recording answers to questions could redo the video before submitting it. Questions were easy behavioral questions mostly and I never heard back from them.Interview Questions
- Describe a difficult situation you had to overcome? Answer Question
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