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Technical Support Associate – new

American Council on Education Washington, DC

Provides advice and assistance on the effective use of information systems technology. Provides technical support to American Council on Education… Beyond.com


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SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER CREDIT EVALUATIONS

American Council on Education Washington, DC

Plan and execute CREDIT evaluation visits and procedures from planning to final product. This includes: serving as main point of contact for clients… Glassdoor


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    Lacks direction and morale

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    Current Employee - Senior Program Manager in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Senior Program Manager in Washington, DC

    I have been working at American Council on Education full-time

    Pros

    Excellent Benefits Package, Lots of Paid Time Off, 35 hour work week, A Very Generous Employer Retirement Contribution, Great Location in Dupont Circle

    Cons

    A culture of fear pervades and people are always concerned about getting fired, I know a lot of coworkers don't keep any personal belongings in their office so it's easier to get up and go when and if you get canned. Not very collaborative and departments work in a vacuum. There are cliques among staff and a lot of back stabbing that goes on between staff. The strategic direction is unclear.

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    Be more transparent with staff about decisions. Pay staff more equitably by position across the Council.

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