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30+ days ago

Network Administrator - Field

Corinthian Colleges Jonesboro, GA

** Youre tech-savvy and customer-focused in your hands-on support of others. In this role you will provide desktop computer support to users… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Faculty I - On Call (Medical Assistant/Medical Administrative Assistant)

Corinthian Colleges Jonesboro, GA

Faculty On-Call **Use your professional expertise to engage, instruct, and inspire** **If youre looking for an exciting opportunity with a robust… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Director of Student Finance

Corinthian Colleges Jonesboro, GA

** You are organized and professional with strong leadership skills, and really shine when coaching, mentoring, and managing a team. In this role… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Career Representative II

Corinthian Colleges Atlanta, GA

** Youre knowledgeable about the job application process and your communication skills are stellar. Working at one of our top-notch campuses, youll… Beyond.com


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    Regional Director of Admissions, High School Marketing

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    I worked at Corinthian Colleges full-time for more than 5 years

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    Despite all the negative press, I loved my job. I felt that I was treated well and that my supervisors wanted the best things for our students.

    Cons

    Honestly, government regulations and unfair press.

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    Be more humble with the Federal and State governments.

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