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23 days ago

Organizational Development Director

American College of Cardiology Washington, DC

• Works collaboratively with Team Leader, HR, OD & Operations to create short-term and long-term talent development strategies and programs and… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Chapters and Board of Governors Associate

American College of Cardiology Washington, DC

• Responsible for all meeting scheduling, logistics, invitations, follow up, and coordination with staff and members for the following meetings… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Data Quality Assurance Associate

American College of Cardiology Washington, DC

The Data Quality Assurance Associate is responsible for carrying out the day-to-day operations of the American College of Cardiology's (ACC) National… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Mobile Application & Website Business Analyst

American College of Cardiology Washington, DC

The Analyst position helps shape the direction of new products and services that are delivered to our members and stakeholders—internal staff… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

.NET Application Build Management Associate

American College of Cardiology Washington, DC

The Application Build Management Associate is a hands-on position with a primary focus on the highest degree of customer service and overall incident… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Medical Education Content Editor

American College of Cardiology Washington, DC

• Edit educational content developed by Subject Matter Experts (SME) for meaning and errors in spelling, punctuation and grammar while adhering to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Membership Reporting & Data Specialist (SQL report writing highly desired)

American College of Cardiology Washington, DC

• Develop analytical membership reports. • Fulfill internal and external mailing list… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Health Information Technology (HIT) Policy Associate

American College of Cardiology Washington, DC

• Develop and implement ACC policy and strategy at the federal level for HIT/EHR and HIPAA, in collaboration with both the Regulatory and… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Clinical Performance Measurement Associate

American College of Cardiology Washington, DC

The Clinical Performance Measurement Associate will provide technical, coordination, and scientific support in all aspects of development, from… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Cognos Developer

American College of Cardiology Washington, DC

• Develop new and support existing Cognos BI reporting solutions including reports and Cognos Framework Manager models. Write and maintain technical… Glassdoor


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    A few bad apples ruin the bunch

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    Former Employee - Passionate Contributor in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Passionate Contributor in Washington, DC

    I worked at American College of Cardiology full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great benefits
    Lots of awesome people working in NCDR. They are very passionate about the work they do and the sense of purpose rubs off on everyone making you want to work hard to make a real difference in this world we live in.
    Work Life Balance is great

    Cons

    Salaries are not the greatest, makes it hard to recruit good people.
    Poor management is the number one reason I left. Even with all the good friends I made and all the great colleagues I had, some of the managers made going to work like getting teeth pulled out. Ultimately, even with all the great opportunities afforded, working for a control freak boss that is deceptive and dishonest was not helping me in anyway. Even after formally complaining, I was given the opportunity to learn that they plan on keeping this manager in place "forever" which basically meant I would have to leave. These managers get away with these types of things because of this ridiculous "chain of command" notion where everyone must be sub-servant to the manager above them and the "obedient" remain in place indefinitely.
    There is a move to flatten the organization that started earlier in 2014. This may help remove power from some of these tyrant managers that ultimately contribute to work/life stress and poor morale.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You have a trust in your hands, don't blow it. Stop running this place like it belongs to you and start listening to your people. There is a lot of potential but you need to know that people are not just cogs! Know that loyalty comes and goes, but integrity is forever so have some integrity and don't just keep people that are obedient servants around because they do your bidding. Be serious about flattening the organization so these terrible managers can start to show their true colors and get rid of them or remove them from management.

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