it was a great college to work for till things starting not to be paid and many changes within the company and CEO and management. I loved helping the students enroll into the career they wanted to pursue and guide them when they needed it or help.
A typical day working as data entry was the experience to work with different local police department in the state of Georgia.What i have learned that there are difference code for permit from gun licences,liquid licences,etc. The hardest part of my job was leaving do to the economic back in 2010. The most enjoyable part of the job was working for the state of George Bureau of Investigation.With the a out side company.
I like to work, like to continue to growth with the company, Faithfully to the company and my peers
Less than fourth hours a week, No benefits, No growth
it was a great learning experience to work for DMC I was able to grow and learn in this company. I was able to work my way up and refine my skills. I am grateful to have been given the opportunity to have fulfilled many positions that left me with the experience I have today.
instructor (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – October 30, 2015
This school thrives on foreign students who have poor language skills and are unable to get into other schools. They take the rejects and prey upon them via financial aide The staff is completely lied to when brought aboard and the turnover rate with instructors is high. Anybody who works thiere figures out pretty quickly how unethical this company is and quits. The employees who stay are usually foreigners trained in another country who cant get there health care license over here and are left with few work options Pay checks are constantly bouncing and they are getting deeper in debt. Federal financial aide will not be handing money over to them at the rapid rate they were doing in the past. There nursing program at all campuses has a huge fail rate and has been closed down; in spite of this, according to Miami herald, they attempted to enroll students anyway If there are any rating on here above one star it is only fake employee review made up by there PR department
The college offers an appropriate work environment
Lead Science Instructor (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – October 30, 2015
As a passionate professor, I considered that this college brings an adequate learning environment. I had an excellent relationships with my students and co-workers. I support professors in developing and implementing a positive classroom management strategies. I promote a friendly learning environment. At the beginning the company was offering excellent health benefits
Friendly work environment and excellent health benefits
Instructor (Current Employee) – Miami Campus – October 13, 2015
Managing classes lesson plans for the day, preparing practice for positioning in the lab. Working with Program Director as well as Clinical Coordinator. Keeping records, attendance and grades for classes.
I like to teach my students
There is a gap between morning and evening class and I live far away
Dade Medical College gave me the opportunity to growth with them, I first started as a receptionist and four months later they promoted me to the admissions department. They encouraged me to achieve my goals and I learned how to run reports, they trained me and convert me in a professional people.
Not important (Former Employee) – All – April 11, 2015
Amid many allegations and much turmoil this work environment is deteriorating. Students complain to all departments that the quality of education is lacking structure. A lot of unethical things are being noticed and how is one to stay positive when pay cuts and hours are being taken. It is a shame that we have to work here under these circumstances, a review is to protect others not to bash the school especially when everything said Is accurate. My question is what are they doing?
Education (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – February 25, 2015
DMC is a place that is rooted in misogynistic values and is not a positive place of employment. It runs more like a restaurant or a bar rather than a school. The people who run the place lack leadership and business savvy. Most barely have a high school degree and a large portion cannot speak english. Students are deeply unhappy and cannot pass exams. Procedures change on a daily basis, the worker overturn is dismaying, and a majority of the campuses are on probation. Not to mention that it is extremely alarming that the top tier has had its fair share of legal troubles that are deeply disturbing and plastered all over every major newspaper. The school does not seem to care about students and they are more interested in daily profits and admission numbers. Co-workers are generally nice but all are at least in some part extremely unhappy and have an overwhelming feeling of being stuck in a sinking ship. Do yourself a favor and find a different place of employment. This also applies to the sister school "USMF" do not be fooled by the different names.
Receptionist/ Front Office Support (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – September 29, 2014
I had two supervisors. One of them was very inconsiderate, unfair, rude, and very unprofessional. The other supervisor was the best I ever came across. Customer's were never satisfied but because of the way the school is, unorganized.