Houston location has unqualified people in positions they do not have the experience or people skills to be in. Management at the Houston location has ran off many, many excellent nursing educators. Constant faculty turnover is very confusing and challenging for the students. Very expensive program where they claim to care, but they only care to keep seats filled and revenue coming in. The company overall does not represent the philosophy that is rampant at the Houston location. If you must choose Chamberlain, go to the Pearland campus. MUCH better management and atmosphere there.
Cut-throat, self-serving management team that is underqualified for position
Nursing Student (Former Employee) – Illinois – June 17, 2018
I attended college at Chamberlain. This was not an employer. I graduated with a BSN throughout Online studies and received my degree. My professors were knowledgeable and conducive to learning and furthering my education.
Visiting Professor (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 13, 2018
Chamberlain is a very good place to work. The administration takes the success of their students seriously and empower the faculty with necessary tools to enable them succeed. However, they will not hesitate to let go of any faculty who is not producing at capacity level.
Great experience, lots of opportunities for advancement
Asst Dean academic success (Current Employee) – Troy, MI – April 20, 2018
Love my position, great management. My experience and past experience is acknowledged. President listens to what I have to say, not just pretends to listen. Colleagues are fantastic and like a family. Highly recommend Troy campus!
My job was to take students to clinical which I enjoyed very much. Typical day can be busy, trying to get students the experience they need to make them successful in their career. I seldomly meet with other teachers for meetings and I find them to be very helpful. I love what I do so every day is an adventure to me.
Transitioning organization that is undergoing changes
Specialist III (Current Employee) – Naperville, IL – January 16, 2018
Chamberlain College of Nursing strives to make the needed alterations within the company for the sake of the organization. The work environment is constantly changing and you have to be very adaptable to these adjustments. The most enjoyable part of the job is flexibility. You are able to work remotely from home. Management takes a more of a macro management approach. This is beneficial because it allows you to create your own work style to completing tasks. The downfall of macro management is that it generates a disconnection between managers and employees. A typical day at work would be a series of meetings, completing cases, researching and data entry.
Work from home, 401k, discounted tuition
Inconsistancy, Poor training initiatives, lack of growth opportunities
National Senior Admission Advisor (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 13, 2018
I enjoyed my time with Chamberlain College of Nursing. This company showed me how Privately owned schools should operate and that the students they teach are more than just a number. The management staff is extremely professional and amazing to work with. I wish I could have stayed!
former employee (Former Employee) – Miramar, FL – January 13, 2018
Great disconnect between the home office and individual campuses. When NCEX scores are acceptable. It's kudos. However when scores would fall below benchmark., all would be subtly blamed. The more one gives, the more they would want. On a more positive note, great and current resources, up to date technology and plenty sometimes excessive weekly meetings which would justify for hone office. There is never job security anywhere as Florida is an at will work state. Way too many meetings but that's the norm for that setting. Overall decent place to work. Can learn much from colleagues as well as management Micromanagement is subtle and depends on employee performance.