I imagine like any position, there are pros and cons...
Instructor (Current Employee) – Mobile, AL – January 12, 2018
Three shift options to qualify as full-time.
You run your classroom in a manner you like, as long as you meet Remington's standards.
Several co-workers and management staff willing to assist you.
The satisfaction of assisting/training others in their education and career advancement.
Paid week long breaks throughout the year (3-4 weeks per year).
Acceptance standards are being lowered to recruit more students.
Not all students are interested in the field of medicine or obtaining an education. Their motivations for attending college are quite different.
The paid weeks off are scheduled/predetermined and mandatory. You cannot take a vacation, for example, during any other time.
Full-time employees are exempt, salaried employees paid for 40 hours/wk. Hours worked most weeks are more than 40 (prep time, grading, tutoring, etc.). Due to salary and exempt status, you will not get paid more than 40 hours, but you will be deducted for less than 40 hours should you need to be off.
You do not get any sick time. If you miss work due to illness, for example, you do not get paid for those hours.