Great people and great benefits
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Glenside, PA – September 7, 2014
There are some wonderful people, competent people there. The students are for the most part, kind, intelligent young people.
The benefits are among the best, campus is beautiful but with limited parking. Easily accessible by public transit, too. Tuition remission and affordable healthcare are easily the biggest perks.
For me, my supervisor was not supportive of a work-life balance which means long hours, no support for getting a degree of your own, and often leaving family to the way side.
Advancement is limited as jobs are very specific in their nature and skills are not always transferable. Many jobs require a degree or higher and if you don't have the time to do your degree there, it will easily throw you out of the running. Someone in Education could not easily transfer to a job in Financial Aid.