Productive environment conducive to learning with small class sizes.
Front Desk Receptionist/Massage in student olinic (Former Employee), Saint Petersburg, FL – March 10, 2014
You start out brand new and time flies with all the fast paced fun learning all about the art of Massage therapy from a teacher who knows how to create professionals from the students he is working with. Class sized small, wonderful , tutoring if needed, all kinds of opportunities to become a professional as if we have 3 years work experience when each – more... student starts out on their new career path. – less
Admissions Coordinator (Former Employee), Tampa, FL – February 3, 2014
Pros: helping those i could
Cons: expensive health care and a metrics based work environment
Typical day includes contacting "leads" using a script to qualify leads making appointments conducting "interviews" Test students enroll them in a program based on their test score even if its not the program he/she wants
Lead Nursing Faculty (Adjunct) (Former Employee), St.etersburg, FL – September 16, 2013
Pros: good academic environment
Cons: extremely long work hours
Curriculum development. Classroom lesson planning and implementation of daily instruction. Evaluation of student and faculty performance. Administration of board of nursing clinical Examinations. Supervision and evaluation of student clinical and classroom projects. Program and content evaluation including quantitative and qualitative objective measurements. – more... Direct and indirect supervision of students in a clinical setting. Faculty advising and student counseling. – less
Executive Assistant (Current Employee), Saint Petersburg, FL – March 19, 2013
Pros: always challenging and great growth in skill set
Cons: financial growth
I perform human resource duties for staff and faculty on a daily basis. I credential and get approved all incoming faculty members. I ensure that we pass all ongoing accreditations that effect our facility funding. In addition, I support our vice president and dean of academics.
manager level (Former Employee), miami lakes – January 3, 2013
if you like micro managing this is the place for you. Supervisors in all dept micro manage not only their dept but try to step in to other depts and boss every one around. worst place i ever worked. Forced OT but not paid, then had to use sick time to go to dr appts ect. very unfair to their employees. also pay was terrible
Open minded to learning new skills to enhance my knowledge in my nursing career.
EXTERNSHIP (Former Employee), Miami Lakes – December 6, 2012
Pros: good enviroment, respectful staff, good breakfast and lunch
Cons: no teamwork, expensive schooling, laziness
Work is wonderful especially when one is able to put a smile on someone's face. I learn how to be patience day by day. I manage to keep myself within the scope of pratice. My co-workers are like my family. The hardest part of the job is not completing a job. The most enjoyable part of a job is when I get hired somewhere and I can spread the care among – more... others. – less
A typical day at work was to answer incoming calls and greet people coming into the University. I enjoyed receiving all deliveries for the students (ex. flowers, packages). I often spoke with students as they walked through the foyer. The coworkers were wonderful respectful people. An absolute pleasure working there. The hardest part of the job was – more... sometimes waiting for relief. They were good about relieving me at designated times, but it was difficult when it was not scheduled. The most enjoyable part of my job were the students, and the cafeteria. – less
One of the most rewarding work experience to date. I teach surgical lab on sterile procedures and also teach the application of the sterile field and procedures. It is a challenge to find the right avenue for the students to learn and retain knowledge. The reward is the students succeeding and applying the information.
Executive Assistant to Campus Vice President (Former Employee), Miami Lakes, FL – August 19, 2012
Pros: started as the front desk receptionist for 4 months, later being promoted to the executive assistant to the vice president.
Cons: the healthcare wasn't the best
This was an excellent place to be in. On a daily basis, things changed often. This kept me on my toes. I love jobs with a challenge. I would come in every morning, monitor the payroll for the staff to ensure the staff would not miss their time punch and this was great. I would sit in on several meetings per day along with my boss the Vice President – more... of the Campus and would prepare Meeting Minutes to be kept for viewing by the Corporate Office. I would also be in charge of daily productivity of the office such as preparing rooms for meetings, purchasing food or supplies for meetings, preparing the auditorium for Graduation. The only challenging part was sometimes I to wear may hats at one time but overall with proper pacing this were able to get done in an efficient manner. Getting laid off was bittersweet in essence. I can look back and be thankful for being able to be the Executive Assistant, Payroll Specialist, HR Generalist, Facilities Manager, Accounts Payable Rep, Office Manager all in one! – less