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18 days ago

Director of Career Services-HEALD

Heald College Hayward, CA

Operational/ Management *Track graduate employment processes *Submit reports as scheduled to the Central Administrative Office (CAO). *Submit campus… CareerBuilder

9 days ago

Lead Pharmacy Instructor

Heald College San Francisco, CA

In this role you will be responsible for the general oversight, management, and direction of an academic program. You will plan, oversee, and… CareerBuilder

9 days ago

Faculty Adjunct- Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement

Heald College Milpitas, CA

You're a leader and champion for the people who need you most - your students! You rise to the occasion every time you step in a classroom by… CareerBuilder

17 days ago

Admissions Advisor Adult Associate

Heald College Concord, CA

Under direct supervision, recruit qualified candidates for the college's academic programs in a compliant, appropriate and professional manner… CareerBuilder

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    Low pay but pleasant

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    Current Employee - Adjunct Faculty in Hayward, CA
    Current Employee - Adjunct Faculty in Hayward, CA

    I have been working at Heald College as a contractor (more than an year)


    I have some of the best coworkers around. I've only had one run in, and any issues we had were squashed within a few months. My bosses are amazing--there is no micromanaging here, and as long as I do my job, there's no problem. And after the beginning of the semester (as well as after finals), I have plenty of time to take care of things outside of work.


    I make roughly $13K a year, mainly because my schedule is so varied. As an instructor, it can change every 11 weeks, which makes it hard to plan anything long term.If I teach less than four classes, I can't pay bills--four is barely enough as it is. I've been lucky so far in that I usually don't end up with less than that, but there has been at least one time that I had none. That was a very, VERY rough quarter. I also have no health care because I'm on contract.

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    The students are important, but so are we. Could we get some permanent positions around here?

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