Admissions Representative (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – March 14, 2012
It was a great experience to meet with new people and help them plan their future. The pay is competitive and benefits are available. This is a high stress position and is not for everyone. Hours are flexible ranging from a shift starting at 8 am to a shift ending at 8 pm.
Receptionist (Current Employee) – Citrus Heights, CA – February 23, 2013
A typical day at IOT for me was simply coming in and sitting at my computer. I would wait for the phone to ring and greet anyone that came in. I had projects and I regularly asked for more to do. I learned I was a stronger employee than I thought I was. I had to be able stand on my own two feet since there was no solid piece of management to fall back on. I loved my co-workers. They are amazing and hard working people who strived to make IOT the fun workplace that it could be. The hardest part of the job is a mixture of poor management when I started, it has since improved, and the ever so often upset student. The part I loved about my job at IOT was the schedule and how close it was to my residence.
close to home, nice people
open too late, poor management, money driven and not student driven
I believe the other instructors are really trying to do a good job, however their campus CEO does not have a clue what nursing instructors need.
Nursing Faculty (Current Employee) – Salem, OR – December 29, 2014
Overall, good people work there and good LPN graduates come from this program. It is just they could be better if they were to provide better compensation for their educators, poor wages, poor benefits, Also the work environment is extremely poor for the instructors whom work there. 15 or so instructors are all jammed into one very small room with barely enough work space to place a book beside their computer workstation. Very noisy, very crowded, poor ventilation (always too hot in there), and always having to have any teaching material "approved" by someone whom has less education then the instructor themselves.
Directors Assistant (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – June 11, 2014
Institute of Technology is a career college that i had attended. After schooling they gave me an opportunity to work at the school with the dean of admissions. I got to further my knowledge and earn for experience in the field i was to pursue in my life. Everyone the was so amazing at what they did and helped me out whenever i needed it. The hardest part of my job was leaving it. I enjoyed working there so much i never wanted to leave. The most enjoyable part of my job was learning new software programs and got to interact with some of the students that attended the school as well.
Director, Business Division (Former Employee) – Clovis, CA – July 1, 2014
The employees make this a great place to work! The for-profit industry is suffering right now due to gainful employment regulations and bad publicity with other for-profit institutions. This college is a great place to work with caring employees and a management team that is truly concerned with bettering the community by giving graduates the knowledge to excel in their chosen field of study.
Network / LAN Administrator (Current Employee) – Redding, CA – May 5, 2015
Typically a day at work will consist of putting out fires on the Staff side of our dual network, and those that involve our Student Network side. They are separate. I learn something every day based on a dual network system requiring my attention on both sides each and every day. I have come to understand that management has our students pinned as our "Customers" which is correct as they are!However that also makes this matrix one of the hardest parts of my job and responsibility there. Because we have two separate networks, staff and student, which run off of two different servers, internet providers, printers etc. it can be difficult at times determining which is the ultimate priority. If the staff cannot teach utilizing our technology, there is a serious problem, however if the staff network is down, we also (as is understandable) have an issue as well. I think what makes my job so enjoyable, believe it or not, is deciding and correcting the correct issue to keep things moving. It is the challenge, the arriving at the right decision between the two that manages to keep them both working under the circumstances.
Helping the students, many at times who certainly come to me with their issues which I am able to solve for them.
The task of keeping two completely separate networks running under one roof, With a wide variety of various software, Working for both groups..
Student (Current Employee) – Salem, OR – April 11, 2014
rather in the lab, in the class room, or on a field trip the instructors, faculty and staff always made themselves available to answer question, help with challenges both personal and professional and I never felt that anyone looked down on at me for life challenges.
Institute of technolgy was a great place to work at.
Front Desk Receptionist/ Human Resource (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – January 13, 2014
My typical day at work would be opening the campus at 7am Monday to Friday. I learned to handle keys, an student files. my boss was amazing at her job and taught me a lot to do with Human Resources. I greeted all the students , took payments, and kept a safe and clean work place.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – October 30, 2012
It was a very busy place to work at. I was constanly helping our guest and when i was not busy i was helping other employees guest. We all worked as a team and got as much done as we could in one shift. I have great cutomer service skills and i had to multitask througout my shift.