Residence Director (Former Employee) – Henderson, TX – August 18, 2016
There are very long hours daily followed by many tasks and conference calls, You have to be very flexible as you are pulled from one critical situation to another. The help is overworked / underpaid. The top management does not want to hear any problems just get it done type attitude. I had very limited resources.
Directors ate free and could set own schedule as time permitted.
There was too many tasks to do daily to ever get out of the "HIGH STRESS'
High School Administrator (Former Employee) – WA – January 28, 2015
Performed credit analysis for incoming students. Analyzed out of district credits to transfer into Washington state credit hours. Worked with students to keep them on track to graduate. Entered grades and credit hours and created transcripts.
Production Technician (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – December 13, 2013
Looking and checking the objects and schedule tables already onto myself and co-employees. First things, that is safety for working and environment Guaranty the received and distribute goods of programs Planning and controlling the operation
Extremely high turnover in Residence Directors. HR Department is excellent. Upper management not helpful.
Executive Residence Director (Former Employee) – Moscow, ID – January 11, 2013
This was my first job as an administrator and it was a horrible experience. There was not a support system and unrealistic demands. I am thankful for the opportunity but I do not recommend tis company for Residence Directors.