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30+ days ago

Senior Business Analyst

The College Board New York, NY

The Senior Business Analyst, working directly with the leadership of the ACCUPLACER and CLEP programs, will manage a large suite of product /program…

30+ days ago

Associate Director, AP History Instructional & PD Resource Development

The College Board New York, NY

The College Board, the national educational organization, is conducting a search for anAssociate Director, AP History Instructional & PD Resource…

30+ days ago

Senior Director, Assessment Products

The College Board New York, NY

The Senior Director, Assessment Productswill provide overall leadership of the content development for supporting assessment across the 6-12 and…

30+ days ago

ELA Editor

The College Board New York, NY

This position reports to the ELA Editorial Director and is a key member of the SpringBoard content development team. The ELA Editor actively supports…

28 days ago

Assistant Director, Advanced Placement Curriculum Initiatives

The College Board New York, NY

The Assistant Director is primarily responsible for supporting the content development team and assisting with curricular development initiatives…

21 days ago

Associate Director, Program Information

The College Board New York, NY

The Associate Director, AP Program Information, is responsible for developing key annual resources for schools and AP students and for executing…

17 hrs ago

Payroll Administrator – new

College Board New York, NY

The College Board, the national educational organization, is conducting a search for a Payroll Administrator. The Administrator will assist the… Glassdoor

27 days ago

Research Statistician II

College Board New York, NY

Statistical Analysis • Perform statistical analyses using both internal and external data as assigned. • Produce tables and graphical displays… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Director, 6-12 Mathematics Curriculum and Instruction

College Board New York, NY

The goal of the College Boards Grades 6-12 program is to significantly increase the number of students who are ready for college and career success… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Director, Physics Curriculum & Content Development

College Board New York, NY

The Director of Physics Curriculum and Content Development is responsible for managing the curriculum development and / or articulation… Glassdoor

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    Good "package", poor leadership

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    Former Employee - Project Manager  in  New York, NY
    Former Employee - Project Manager in New York, NY

    I worked at College Board full-time


    Initial salary and vacation was good if not generous. Worker-level folks were easy to work with and pleasant. Seems like there was some party, picnic, get together every other day, food at every meeting, etc. With a monopoly on SAT revenue, there was no chance the company was going to run out of money or have to be stingy/spend responsibly.


    CEO/Leadership was nuts. Layoffs were terribly handled ignoring people's skill sets or what the company had invested in staff to date or what the company's future needs would be. CEO convinced me he was not trustworthy or technically competent. He has honorable goals, but no real credible means of achieving them or actually leading a large organization. Many things he said/did caused a rational person to question his judgment. Raises for stellar performance was in the 2% range for most of the workforce. Bonuses (which could easily be int he $10-$25K range) were more based on politics than performance. For workers, where you start could well be the position you retire from (if you're not sucker-punched with a random layoff). Industry best practices in technology, program management and other disciplines were ignored in favor of the random pet technologies/methodologies of a few of the cowboy buddies the CEO brought in.

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    So many goofballs were brought in to so many senior positions that the best chance for the company to move forward would be to get rid of some of them and replace them with people who have some proven mature leadership ability. Most leaders of the business lines had a solid understanding of their products, clients and products. But to survive there when I left you had to keep your head down or be a complete kool-aid drinking toadie.

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