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10 days ago

Substitute Instructor - Dental Hygiene

DeVry Education Group San Jose, CA

• Solid writing skills to communicate effectively in memos, letters, and via email. • Excellent verbal communication skills including ability to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Medical Assisting Instructor PT (20 hours)

DeVry Education Group San Jose, CA

• Interpersonal skills including questioning, listening and showing concern and respect for others. • Solid writing skills to communicate… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Pharmacy Tech Instructor - San Jose P/T 24 hrs per week

DeVry Education Group San Jose, CA

• Solid writing skills to communicate effectively in memos, letters, and via email… Glassdoor


18 days ago

Nursing Program Director

DeVry Education Group San Jose, CA

• Strong working relationships with federal, state and local constituencies, accrediting bodies, nursing boards, clinical site personnel, students… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Substitute Instructor - Medical Billing & Coding

DeVry Education Group San Jose, CA

• Interpersonal skills including questioning, listening and showing concern and respect for others. • Solid writing skills to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Chemistry Instructor - Temp Part Time 12 hours

DeVry Education Group San Jose, CA

• Exceptional customer focused skills. Ability to address student needs and resolve issues with diplomacy and tact. • Interpersonal skills… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Career Services Advisor

DeVry Education Group San Jose, CA

• Identify and develop viable extern site opportunities for students. • Establishing and cultivating relationships with extern sites to encourage… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Pharmacy Tech Instructor - (Sub/On Call)

DeVry Education Group San Jose, CA

• Solid writing skills to communicate effectively in memos, letters, and via email. • Excellent verbal communication skills including ability to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

International Specialist-Admissions

DeVry Education Group Fremont, CA

Founded in 1931, DeVry University is one of the largest, private sector universities in North America, with more than 76,000 students enrolled in the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Visiting Faculty - Computer Information Systems

DeVry Education Group Fremont, CA

The purpose of DeVry Education Group is to empower its students to achieve their educational and career goals. DeVry Education Group Inc. (NYSE: DV… Glassdoor


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    Another bad year

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    Current Employee - Staff Manager in San Jose, CA
    Current Employee - Staff Manager in San Jose, CA

    I have been working at DeVry Education Group

    Pros

    I honestly see none - all senior management talk seems to be rhetoric and they are missing some key items that I predict will come back to harm the company. In fact those key items are negatively impacting the company now.

    Cons

    Use of statistically invalid data to make decisions. I have personally told them this over and over and they simply ignore my input. I think this misuse of data is contributing to a decrease in performance and a loss of good employees . Work life balance is non existent. It is normal to be expected to have to respond to emails, phone calls, attend meetings while you are on vacation or during a holiday. In 8 years I've never worked an actual 40 hour week. Pay is substandard especially for the part time online faculty - who I might add have not seen a raise in 5 years. I have brought this up at meetings as an issue that needs to be addressed on several occasions - but no response or change has been made. Yet during that same five years the class sizes have increased again and again( we are now seeing online class sizes of 40 students when 6 years ago the max was 25) as have the expectations for faculty to contact "at risk" students and then submit reports on them to Salesforce. We also expect the part time faculty to provide detailed reports, with solutions, to another system (Sidebar/ Trello) when they see course errors. We must be mindful that these are part time instructors and we cannot treat them like they are full time. I hear people like Aaron complain that we are losing part time faculty in large numbers yet no one seems to address the issues that are causing this. We are told over and over that 'gainful employment" is a concern...yet the one sure way to impact that would be to lower tuition. We (I ) cannot control what students earn with the degrees and certification they get from us. I can see no real justification for the cost of our degrees either. An associate degree at DeVry can cost $40,000 yet that same degree at a community college would cost less than $5000. I and the part time online faculty are certainly not getting that money - yet a quick search seems to indicate that senior level managers are making millions each year. It feels 'bad" once you look into things a bit deeper.

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    Only make decisions on statistically valid data. You have to give raises to your part time online faculty or they are going to leave in even greater numbers than we have been experiencing already. Full time employees must see pay equity - I supervise people who make 35% more than me. Raises have to be meaningful - a 3% increase for exceeding expectations is insulting and is not an incentive to work hard again this year. Stop making so many changes to systems and processes as it is creates uncertainty on how to do things which is expensive and leads to errors. If gainful employment is an issue then do something about it besides sending out emails about how unfair it is. The response I would make is a) then tell me how it is fair to charge students so much tuition b) take a pay cut and lower dividends and reduce tuition....because I see nothing I and the faculty can do about it. We are already overworked and underpaid - we have nothing left to give.

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