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Adjunct Faculty - Department of Theater Arts

Azusa Pacific University Azusa, CA

may include: • Preparation of syllabus and teaching of curriculum according to the goals and objectives of the department. • Student… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Writing Program Administrator

Azusa Pacific University Azusa, CA

The Writing Program Administrator serves in a leadership role to oversee the development, management, and supervision of writing programs for… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Program Representative - Graduate Admissions

Azusa Pacific University Azusa, CA

• Two - Three years of professional experience working with people in a customer service and/or recruiting/sales environment. Previous admissions… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Adjunct Faculty - Department of Higher Education

Azusa Pacific University Azusa, CA

may include: • Preparation of syllabus and teaching of curriculum according to the goals and objectives of the department. • Student… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Dir. of Development for College of Music & the Arts-University Advancement

Azusa Pacific University Azusa, CA

Azusa Pacific Universitys College of Music and the Arts is part of a premier Christian university making a significant impact on the world of the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Adjunct Faculty - Department of Teacher Education

Azusa Pacific University Azusa, CA

may include: • Preparation of syllabus and teaching of curriculum according to the goals and objectives of the department. • Student… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Adjunct Faculty - Department of Physical Therapy

Azusa Pacific University Azusa, CA

may include: • Preparation of syllabus and teaching of curriculum according to the goals and objectives of the department. • Student… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Financial Aid Officer (Part-time) - Undergraduate SFS

Azusa Pacific University Azusa, CA

• Awards and revises financial aid for undergraduate students within federal, state and institutional guidelines. Package students based on three… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Program Manager, ELM - School of Nursing - Inland Empire Regional Center

Azusa Pacific University San Bernardino, CA

This person will collaborate with the Inland Empire Regional Center (IERC) Nursing Director, the Entry-Level Masters (ELM) Department Chair and the… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Manager of Short-term Programs and Special Events - International Enrollment Ser

Azusa Pacific University Azusa, CA

• Hires, and trains student volunteers and workers for short term program delivery… Glassdoor


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    Extremely Nepotistic

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    Former Employee - Manager

    I worked at Azusa Pacific University full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great place to start and learn so you can move on to hire paying jobs. The academic sector of the University is pleasant, the professors and such who work there are really kind. The campus atmosphere and the students are really kind and there many activities on main campus, though this is not the case for the regional center. This University has many departments that are fabulous to work for and can advance your career, but this is almost entirely if you work on main campus and not at a regional center. They have great tuition reimbursement benefits. The pay varies, it is okay. However you will definitely earn more if you know someone with cache in the institution upon starting.

    Cons

    The administration sector is filled with family members or long time friends, therefore to advance depends on not what you know but who you know. There is also a strong hierarchal structure. Administration does not care about the front lines personal, and very little about everyone else, for the most part. Almost everyone in middle and especially in upper management is connected to each other by family ties or longtime friendships developed when they themselves where students at the University, or also, some long time friend who they will protect at almost any cost. Thus, to go to Human Resources with an issue could actually back fire on you, since you may be alleging something against someone related to upper management or someone upper management wants to protect because of their close ties to the accused person (I saw this occur 5 times while there). In this institution there is very little sharing of information as they consider it a commodity for power and advancement. It is a well known fact that if you work there, you must keep your head down and do as you are told, or else they will find a way to let you go. The division between administration and the academics is also pretty strong, by far working on the academic side is much better and filled with nicer people.

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    Do not expect to "ride the pony" with APU. They will overload you with work and are extremely HR sensitive on account that the school has had to deal with an embarrassing amount of lawsuits--due largely to their favoritism springing for the most part from their nepotism/conflict of interest. Lawsuits is something that terrifies them. If you work there, be sure to not burn any bridges and follow the strong hierarchal structure--your marching orders. Do not expect to advance too much if you are not of the Wesleyan or Nazarene Christian tradition. Yet advancement is possible to upper management if you are not of the aforementioned traditions, most likely depending on who you know or befriended.

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