A great place to work for someone without a family
Career Staffing Specialist (Former Employee), Oakland Park, FL – May 2, 2013
Pros: the company promotes from within and reduced rate rental for friends and family.
Cons: regardless of your position with the company eaveryone has to wash car
It can become very tedious picking up and dropping off customers being a manager and then having to wash a car in the sun to get it ready for a customer. Co workers try to make the best of the job, given its potential for advancement
Admissions Rep (Former Employee), Phoenix – April 6, 2013
Pros: good teaching staff, great employee training
Cons: sometimes long hours but always compensated.
ATI/AAI Phoenix, AZ was a great place to work. The learning experience for me was invaluable. I was an Admissions Rep in the early 2000's. I took with me the core values of Private Post Secondary School ethics. I went on to become a very successful Representative, Trainer, and DOA, because of my experience gained at AAI. I do not know what happened – more... in TX but I do know that when your school becomes a target regardless, you are doomed. No, I am not employed at AAI but I thank them for giving me the tools and teaching me the ethics to become successful! – less
Director of High School (Former Employee), Dallas, fort Worth, Houston and Arkansas – January 25, 2013
Pros: president of the dallas campus, skip walls
Cons: worked six days a week
Traveled to many different locations. Hired, trained, managed daily over 15 employees. Developed high school programs, events, follow-up on prospects at all locations assigned to managed. Daily calls and reports to direct manager. I learned how to manage people and train many different employees. I enjoyed all the different campuses and people whom – more... worked at Remington College. – less
I was recruited to run one of their schools a few years ago. Unethical, dishonest and profanity were the run of the day. I don't intend bad will towards anyone, but this company got shut down as a result of their horrible treatment of anyone attending or working there... You reap what you sow
Reporting and Data Analyst (Former Employee), North Richland Hills, TX – December 9, 2012
Pros: understanding, good coworkers and mangers
Cons: public issues that caused the company to close
ATI started out offering employees many benefits beyond pay. They would provide lunch once a month and take care of the employees. They have always been understanding and overall very nice to work with.
ATI hit issues that were of public record and caused the company to close. I wish they could have survived and risen to their former glory.
Career Development Coach (Current Employee), Houston, TX – December 7, 2012
ATI, I would say that they were one of the highest paying for profit education industries. However they were also one of the hardest hit in terms of school closures. Especially in the Texas area. I enjoyed my short employment. While I was there we did have several different executive Directors at the time of my employment but it might have been due – more... to the climate the company was in. – less
Head Registrar (Former Employee), Oakland Park Florida – December 3, 2012
Typical day on the job duties, data entry, Manage the library, Review student files, Build class schedule, input daily attendance in the system. Advise students daily depending on whatever the situation may be.