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Colin Haas

Colin Haas

Director of Marketing

Mendmark

Waynesburg, PA

WVU Integrated Marketing Communications Masters Student | Title Administrator at CONSOL Energy

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Mendmark

Director of Marketing

1. Brand development
2. Website traffic growth
3. Social media
4. Online presence
5. Emerging social media tools
6. Mac OS, Microsoft, Hootsuite Pro, and some Adobe Apps.

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Consol Energy

Title Administrator I

1. Clear wells through title review and our database for our curatives for one of our specific projects that spreads across 2 states and multiple counties.
2. Managed and directed our ratification project for land agents to get leases amended.
3. Reviewed title opinions and sent curatives to the appropriate group to be cured.
4. Helped coordinate and direct our community events effort: Relay For Life, County Fairs, and festivals.
5. Managed spreadsheets for monthly titles ordered, received, and reviewed.
6. Communicated adverse O&G tracts to land agents and district land agents.
7. Reviewed and audited our Lease Acquisition Report.

Career

Waynesburg First Church of the Nazarene

Member/ Volunteer Communications Director

I have been attending my church since late 2005.

1. Director of Men's Ministry (2009-December 2012)
2. Church Leadership Board Member 6/2011-Present.
3. Volunteer Church Communication Director since 11/2011.
4. Co-Run Audio/Video Team since 2010.

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bidcycle, LLC

Volunteer Communications Director

1.Collaborate with the CEO to develop communications strategies that will broaden programmatic reach and deepen impact.
2.Develop and refine bidcycle’s messages to ensure organizational consistency.
3.Responsible for all social media responses to followers of bidcycle.

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Consol Energy

Title Analyst

1. Ordered title for all the various Marcellus and Shallow Gas (vertical & horizontal) projects within the Mountaineer Project.
2. Reviewed title, verified leaseholds, and created estate ownership list for the permitting department.
3. Coordinated any adverse Surface, Coal, or Oil & Gas with land and leasing agents via the title opinion and mapping.
4. Completed all water purveyor address list for the aerials of a new well or a renewal well .
5. Completed and verified the estate ownerships and plats for any expired wells that we were going to re-permit and any wells due to expire through permit renewals.

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Consol Energy

Title Analyst

1. Ordered title for our Nittany Project, which included vertical and horizontal CBM wells.
2. Tracked approvals, AFE’s, and check requests for payment to landowners that were acquired for well sites or surface use through the agreements.
3. Communicated with broker on approvals and payments to landowner.
4. Coordinated any curative issues from title with mapping to land agent and/or district land manager to get wells clear to drill.
5. Worked with the permitting department; creating and submitting the estate ownerships with DEP Pg.2’s and completed all water purveyor address list via the well aerial and buffers.
6. Maintained project spreadsheet to be distributed on a weekly basis to all those involved including Land VP and executives.
7. Conducted and lead weekly conference call to ensure team was moving forward with acquisitions.
8. Coordinated and managed wells between permitting department and land agents bringing project numbers from 9 permits in hand at job start to 109 permits in hand at project end.

Career

Gabriel Brothers

Allocator

1. Allocated a $44 million business for the accessories area and a $10 million business for the men’s furnishings area to the 110 Gabriel Brothers and Rugged Wearhouse Stores.
2. Worked with the accessories buyer to maximize the accessory business through merchandise planning and allocation with an increase in dollar volume of 3 million dollars and a comp store increase of 10 percent.
3. Allocated a $52 million footwear business to the 110 Gabriel Brothers Stores and Rugged Wearhouse Stores.
4. Tracked and analyzed inventory, weekly sales reports and created allocation reports for buyers, district managers, regional managers, and divisional merchandising managers in weekly division meetings.
5. Increased monthly sales over previous year by 4 percent.

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Gabriel Brothers

Assistant Manager

1. Oversaw 25 - 40 associates on a daily basis.
2. Coordinated daily projects, executed all weekly corporate directives, and aggressively processed daily freight flow.
3. Implemented merchandising plans to increase sales for the shoe department.
4. Handled all employee scheduling and requests for the store.

Career

West Virginia University

Master of Science (M.S.), Integrated Marketing Communication

Waynesburg College

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Marketing