Coalmarch Overview

  • Raleigh, NC
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2004
  • Company - Private
  • Advertising & Marketing
  • $1 to $5 million (USD)


At Coalmarch, we are excited about the future of digital marketing and what it can do for our clients. We are a small business with big ideas, and joining us means getting in on the ground floor of a company that’s growing fast - but not too fast. We're all about sustainable ...
Mission: Our guiding principle: You can learn most anything on the job, but you can’t learn how to be a good person. That’s why we strive to bring on team members who uphold a core set of values in and out of the office. HUPPSA (think “huzzah!) is the cornerstone of our hiring and of ...

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Coalmarch Reviews

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Donnie Shelton
Donnie Shelton
21 Ratings
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"Amazing culture and supportive work environment"

Jun 28, 2021 - SEO Analyst in Raleigh, NC
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I absolutely love working here! The people are so supportive and results-oriented that it really feels like we are all working towards the same goals. I honestly feel so appreciated and recognized


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You guys are amazing! Keep doing what you are doing!
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  1. Marketing Account Strategist Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
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    I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Coalmarch (United States)


    If you didn't just recently move back in to your parents house after graduating college don't even bother wasting your time. I applied directly through the site and was contacted by somebody who worked for some parent company or whatever it was. We set up an appointment to have a Zoom call. It wasn't until then I realized that we were going to go nowhere. She seemed really interested and I can assure you there wasn't a single person with a resume like mine and has never been submitted that way. That showed I was serious and could handle it. However, it's hard to convince somebody who has no history of interviewing people or any Human Resource talent. Their profile had no correlation to talent finding or hiring. I couldn't have had anything more than what they were asking for. Apparently, I'm a little soft-spoken. So what? Those are skills that can be developed within a team environment if you care enough. I was asked what my weaknesses were. I'm a little shy. Sorry. We just met give me a minute to learn more about you. It is my opinion that what happened was I wasn't the fresh out of college kid they thought I was because my graduation date made it look that way.

    I received an email the next day that they moved on with another candidate. Weird. Jobs been posted for months. They even interviewed a friend of mine, mid 30's, and emailed him the exact same thing. There doesn't seem to be a medium in what they are looking for.

    CoalMarch/WorkWave really did themselves and the business a disservice. While the same position continues to be listed for the past couple of months, I could have been there already making them money. That's what I know how to do, but they enlisted the help of somebody who should be shadowing someone and learning. Just as they are asking of their "right fit."

    If labeling the job "Entry Level" then give the person training (which I was MORE than willing to do) and stop asking for mid-level experience and paying $20,000 less than the national average. Not everybody over 30 years old is going to just up and quit. I'm sure they will say they have them. How many are doing the position that's been have been hiring for the last 3 months? When was the last time somebody was hired beyond 25 years old?

    I applied again to Workwave. Only this time I wasn't selected. I practiced socializing more with strangers. These people didn't even take the time to see that.

    Also to anybody wondering, starting pay for this Entry Level job that requires Mid-Level experience pays $40,000 a year.

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September 8, 2020
We are Coalmarch...Home service business experts, all-around good people. Here at Coalmarch, we aim to treat everyone like family. Although we are still working remotely, our web services team is showing their authentic HUPPSA spirit this week by sporting their Coalmarch merch. Learn more about our HUPPSA motto below:
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