If you want tuition remission and and you work well (and hard) without supervision, go for it
Site Coordinator/Adult Admissions (Former Employee) – Dayton, Ohio branch campus – March 20, 2012
As with any employer, make sure you have any promises of salary or raises in writing -- verbal guarantees aren't guarantees. Benefits are covered in the handbook, so you'll get what's in the handbook as far as insurance, vacation accrual and tuition remission. Pay is below average for higher education, but they do provide tuition remission, some payment toward health insurance, and TIAA-CREF retirement availability, so it may be worth it if you want to finish a degree in any of the major fields they offer.
tuition assistance, good vacation accrual, some health insurance, tiaa-cref retirement available
campus politics/conflicts, perpetually understaffed