Engineer (Current Employee) – Pensacola, FL – September 24, 2015
I am currently working out of a home office. I enjoy the view and the flexible schedule. The lack of a rigid structure and the absence of a micromanaging boss has actually enabled me to be much more productive.
Veteran & Pre-College Transition Advisor (Current Employee) – Tacoma, WA – July 22, 2014
There are several positive reasons to work at Bates Technical College. My collegues are great people, there is job security, good benefits and a nice work/life balance. The only thing that is missing is advancement. I have worked in the public sector for several years and really enjoy what I do. I am curious though about the private sector and what advancement opportunities may be out there.
Construction Worker (Former Employee) – Springfield,mo – February 26, 2014
Overall I would rate this job a 3 out of 5. I enjoyed working with my hands and getting to see the results of my hard work after completing a job. The management needed some organizing in order to keep the work steady.
-During my employment here I learned many aspects of marketing as well as interpersonal relationships with people. My co-workers were very driven and worked extremely hard working 12 hours at a time. -The hardest part of the job would have to be training people because not everyone you come across in the marketing business is a people person. To be able to reach in and help them come out of their shell was a real challenge, but nothing I couldn't overcome. -In the end I had to leave the job due to moving. It was definitely a good experience, and I gained a good amount of knowledge that came with it.
Mental health paraprofessional (Former Employee) – Benton, AR – September 30, 2012
BTC is one in a million. The staff is well trained and has big hearts. they really do care for the members and go out of there to help them. Once you step on to the site you have just gained a new family and made feel very welcome. Never give up on hope!!!
knowing you said that one thing that just made a difference in someone's bad day.