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30+ days ago

Sr Marketing Manager, Healthcare

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

This role is also responsible for weekly university program performance review, root cause analysis for under-performing programs, and implementing… Academic Partnerships


22 days ago

Director of Partner Support, Latin America & Spain

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

The Director of Partner Support will assist Academic Partnerships relationships in Latin America and Spain with the implementation of administrative… Academic Partnerships


30+ days ago

Enrollment Specialist

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

• Present state university online degrees, via the phone, in a professional, compliant, and positive manner. Degrees offered include programs at the… Academic Partnerships


30+ days ago

Intern, Academic Services International

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

The Academic Services Internship position is a tremendous opportunity for career-minded individuals to experience an entrepreneurial, values-driven… Academic Partnerships


18 days ago

Finance Intern

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

may include: -Generate performance measurements - Prepare financial reports as required, including data entry and financial interpretation… Academic Partnerships


9 days ago

Manager, Sales Operations

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

• Help the business development team secure appointments with university deans, presidents and provosts • Help the sales teams with input and… Academic Partnerships


30+ days ago

Director, Academic Services

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

The Director of Academic Services manages a team of domestic and international consultants who interface with faculty members of partner universities… Academic Partnerships


30+ days ago

Writer

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

• Bring concepts to life through various communication outlets (blogs, op-eds, articles, press releases, etc.) • Use the written word to express… Academic Partnerships


30+ days ago

C-Level Executive Assistant

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

Academic Partnerships is expanding globally so the ideal candidate will have experience in global business matters as well as knowledge of… Academic Partnerships


30+ days ago

Senior Enrollment Specialist

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

• Present state university online degrees, via the phone, in a professional, compliant, and positive manner. Degrees offered include programs at the… Academic Partnerships


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    GOOD COMPANY WITH HORRIBLE LEADERSHIP!

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Enrollment Specialist in Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Enrollment Specialist in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at Academic Partnerships

    Pros

    You can learn a lot about sales/phone strategies
    Easy money. They pay well for the job.
    Great location as it is right off a DART train stop
    Potential to build great relationships
    Will learn some good technical skills
    If lucky to get good Manager (GiGi Tippens), you can succeed.

    Cons

    1. VERY METRIC DRIVEN. Be careful if you go more than 2 minutes without a dial. Watch your unavailable rate! Do not dial the same number more than once, even if by mistake, you will get written up or fired. Planned breaks and planned lunches so you can WORK WORK WORK. They do gap analysis on everyone just looking for a reason to show executives that they are "on their people". Way high goals and budgets. And if you don't hit them then watch out. Good luck trying to get a pay increase too. If you don't hit your goals you are written up and then fired. NUMBERS DRIVEN! If you are in the education vertical then watch out and be careful! Only way to make more money is to be promoted. Only the butt-kissers and friends of the managers or directors get promoted so if you are a genuine hard worker, sorry you will not be promoted. Referrals are a must. If you don't ask for one on every call you will be written up. There are some people in leadership there that will do anything to make themselves look good and do not care about their staff! If that's the leaders you want then I feel sorry for you. Seriously, all they care about there at AP are numbers. They lie to their partners and are slave drivers in every aspect. They try to control your every minute of your 9 hour shift there.

    2. They preach they want to help students but treat the teams as a strict call center. They don't care about the students, only about NUMBERS. Dials, Talk time, applications, enrollments, NUMBERS NUMBERS NUMBERS. If the partner universities knew how they managed then they would all pull out and run away, far far away.

    3. LEADERSHIP IS HORRIBLE!! They only care about themselves and their own advancement. Greedy, Bullies, Scare Tactics, Performance Management times 1000000000000! Trust me, they only care about themselves and how they look and will not care about you or your success! They are quick to write you up and fire you if you are not on board. They have fired and demoted and written up GREAT employees for dumb things. Example, not asking for a referral on a 2 minute call. More than 2 minutes of no calls. High unavailable rate. "defending your team too much". Basically anything that you do that IS NOT WHAT THEY SAY then you are GONE. If thats the leaders you want then I feel sorry for you. There is one person in leadership there who said this, "I am not paid to care about their lives. Only their work". WOW. Just WOW. All they care about is their own success and nothing more. Oh he also wants to fit in so will do whatever the top dogs say and do so he can be one of the "cool kids". Trust me, if AP invested on GOOD management then they would be a great company to work for. All the 9th floor makes fun of the 8th floor. And for good reason. The leaderships sucks and will be the downfall of what could be a great company. Well until he sells it at least. He will make so much money off of it after he sells AP. If you like being someone's doormat then this is the company for you. You will HATE it there!!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE consider better leaders for the "8th floor". No one on that floor is happy. Walk around one day and see that sad and tired and exhausted faces on your people. All just waiting for a better opportunity.PLEASE open your eyes and realize how bad they are for your culture. If you all were brave you would take an anonymous poll of your staff and see how miserable they are. You wont because you already know the results and then you would fire everyone for it afterwards. Consider caring about your staff just a little more. It is not all about numbers. AP has a ton of potential but there are some in place now that will be the downfall of AP. They will run it into the ground. Open your eyes as it has already started. CARE ABOUT YOUR STAFF!!!

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