Nursing Instructor (Former Employee) – Río Grande, PR – November 17, 2017
Productive and happy place to work. They care about students and their needs, however they make students responsible about their actions and performance encouraging them to study hard in order to be successful
Educator (Former Employee) – Puerto Rico – October 29, 2017
Work as a educator, teach critical care classes to senior students. the institution is committed to the growth and development of each of the students. promoting an abiente of excellence to promote excellence among nursing students.
Bursar Director (Current Employee) – Arecibo, PR – October 26, 2017
A typical day of work is high productive. The creativity and leadership skills are very important. I learned computer, human relations and communication skills. The management is demanding but flexible. Is a service culture both with clients and colleagues. The hardest part of the job is achieve a balance between collection and enrollments. The most enjoyable part is closed each cycle with the goals achieved.
Work for this company is pretty good. I could mostly work remotely and the schedule was extremely flexible. The pay was relatively decent, considering the circumstances. I would strongly consider working there again, if given the chance. I must point out, though, that I worked there as a professional services sub-contractor; I don't know what the experience is like for regular employees.
Clinical Instructor (Current Employee) – Various hospitals in the community – June 13, 2017
I just started working for this company and you have to be flexible. Important things get handled last minute. I am pretty new to the company and so I have to be credentialled at all of the teaching sites. Thats time consuming but worth it.