Good experience in administrative environment. Professional college setting. Learned how to balance student accounts and schedule students. Excellent Microsoft Word and Excel experience. Down side of being a work study there is no job security and was given work from other departments because they did not want to do it. Very low pay and a ton of work was given.
Employee (Former Employee) – Maumee, OH – June 17, 2015
A typical day of work consist of back stabbing co-workers & managers.. the overall work duties were easy and exciting... however, the environment is hostel and co-workers are rude and don't respect one another behind each other backs....Financial Aide is lazy with nasty attitudes, Managers are sleazy with interest of only keeping there positions....and the Admission reps are lost souls they hold there positions by the hair of there chinning chin chins the entire staff is nice only at the beginning of a enrollment to students & employees the 1st 30-60 days anything after is slaughter house unless your initiated by kissing butt in one of there little office clicks. This place is no where stress free & the benefits suck.....the should be called stautzenfonys
College Administrator (Former Employee) – Maumee, OH – October 8, 2014
Not a employee focus company, low morale and poor ethics. For profit college with poor management at all levels. Low number of minorities employees; however 32% of students are minorities. Career Service department reports false numbers for placement data.
Worked for Stautzenberger at Maumee for several years. Teaching was fun and rewarding to do. Teaching colleagues and program directors were mostly supportive.
However, the administrators of the " school" always focused on the bottom line. One raise is nine years there of fifty cents. Anytime, Stautzenberger faced difficulties, the instructors were blamed. New leadership is ruling by culture of threats. I was told to exclusively teach from the textbook by the new leadership. Was asked to call and email absent students daily. New leadership fires freely and created atmosphere of tension. If you want to teach in NW Ohio avoid Stautzenberger until leadership is gone or school is sold.
Great place to work to share information to others.
Faculty (Current Employee) – Brecksville, Ohio – November 9, 2013
A typical day at work includes translating difficult anatomy and physiology concepts to massage therapy students and personal fitness trainer students. I learned there are many ways of teaching students with many different ways of explaining material. Management is basically non-existent. I was very autonomous. Co-workers are fantastic, supportive, and enjoyable. The most difficult part of the job was all the non-paid preparation to teach classes. The most enjoyable part of the job is when the students conceptualized the difficult material.