College Works Painting
Happiness rating is 66 out of 100
3.7 out of 5 stars.
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College Works Painting Careers and Employment

Work happiness
Scores based on about 56 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
66
Work Happiness Score
Average
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
78
Learning
Above average
Do people feel they often learn something at work?
76
Purpose
Above average
Do people feel their work has a clear sense of purpose?

About the company

  • Founded
    1993
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Personal Consumer Services
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Salaries

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Popular Roles

Crew Supervisor
$10.99 per hour
Marketer
$15.55 per hour
Crew Leader
$11.77 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 545 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Crew Chief in Gaithersburg, MD
on November 24, 2017
Simple Summer Job for College Students
Working for college works painting gave me some basic project management experience and allowed to develop some client servicing skills. Pay structure can fluctuate from job to job and hard work is rewarded.
Branch Manager Intern in San Francisco, CA
on April 26, 2021
hard work, not enough compensation. said it was part time during spring but felt like full time. managers did not care about school even though they claim to put school first.training was about 4 hours away, did not compensate for milage, did not pay lunch.
Crew Member in Paramus, NJ
on April 25, 2021
Didn't really train you properly. Felt unsafe on the ladders and setting up the harness. You will literally have nonstop work if you want to beat budget.
Regional Manager in Petoskey, MI
on April 17, 2021
You are starting your own painting business with multiple mentors and people to help you learn the skills required. You will end up hiring employees, doing a lot of sales, and getting rejected... a lot. This is all part of the learning process and you will get better as you go along, but do not take this internship if you are not ready to work harder than you ever have. I did this two years ago, and most people quit because it is too hard but the ones that do appreciate the experience it gave them while the others were not willing to work hard enough and end up disliking the company as a whole. People who say this is a pyramid scheme are wrong because without the mentorship and environment I would have never been able to do this on my own.
Local Branch Manager in Grand Rapids, MI
on April 15, 2021
The training was great, but management could be better. You'll have to want it to succeed in this job. You're out in the field marketing which can be a pain when you're not getting the conversion rate you're hoping for.
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Interview insights

Insights from 46 Indeed users who have interviewed with College Works Painting within the last 5 years.

Favorable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

Interview Questions

If I was a felon and have completed high school

Shared on October 5, 2019

I asked how the teams were formed, how many hours a week are worked, how do I learn how to paint, and how do I get my clients.

Shared on October 3, 2019

Needed to answer 10/10 level of excitement for the job inorder to get hired.

Shared on March 20, 2019
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