Pros: permanent, close to home, most weekends free
Cons: very low salary and benefits, way below industry standard was, took nearly a $30k loss in accepting the position.
Work day was 40+ hours teaching in formal classroom environment, and course development to ensure information was current.
Hardest part of job was management; inflexible, uncommunicative, and unable to see beyond a military bearing. Co-workers shared the same assessment, and this made uis a close-knit group watching out for one another. Thoroughly enjoyed the classroom environment and learned many new skills and knowledge. However, the course development work was very frustrating in that more emphasis was placed on format and structure than on the material accuracy.