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30+ days ago

Clinician (Tutor)

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes Washington, DC

• Provide one-to-one instruction based upon each individual client’s learning needs • Work with Center Director and Consultant to implement client… Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes


30+ days ago

Clinician (Tutor)

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes Morristown, NJ

• Provide one-to-one instruction based upon each individual client’s learning needs • Work with Center Director and Consultant to implement client… Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes


15 days ago

Learning Center Office Manager

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes Westlake Village, Los Angeles, CA

Lindamood-Bell owns and operates more than 60 learning centers across the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada. In our learning… Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes


30+ days ago

Credentialed Clinician (tutor)

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes San Francisco, CA

• Provide one-to-one instruction based upon each individual client’s learning needs • Work with Center Director and Consultant to implement client… Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes


30+ days ago

Learning Center Office Manager

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes San Francisco, CA

We are looking for a responsible, energetic, detail-oriented Learning Center Office Manager who is passionate about customer service to join the… Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes


30+ days ago

Credentialed Clinician (Tutor)

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes Berkeley, CA

. Required Experience Please see Job Description. Tutor, Tutoring, Education, Training, Learning… Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes


6 days ago

Clinician (Tutor)

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes Atlanta, GA

Our Learning Center is looking for energetic, positive individuals to work as Clinicians (Tutors). These positions are seasonal. Paid 7–10 day… Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes


29 days ago

Learning Center Office Manager

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes Arlington, MA

We are looking for a responsible, energetic, detail-oriented Learning Center Office Manager who is passionate about customer service to join the… Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes


30+ days ago

Clinician (Tutor)

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes Newport Beach, CA

• Provide one-to-one instruction based upon each individual client’s learning needs • Work with Center Director and Consultant to implement client… Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes


30+ days ago

Learning Center Office Manager

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes Morristown, NJ

We are looking for a responsible, energetic, detail-oriented Learning Center Office Manager who is passionate about customer service to join the… Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes


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    I was here as a summer clinician

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    I worked at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes

    Pros

    I liked working with kids and seeing how they progressed through their learning. LMB has very unique, research-verified, programs designed for mentoring students of any age through whatever learning disabilities they have, and they have an impressive record of very inspiring stories of success. I'm glad to be able to say I worked here. And without fail, some of the better long time employees here are the perfect people for the job they do (consultants, directors).

    Cons

    The pay could be higher. The job is emotionally challenging and you're asked to act immediately with quick situations. Some students can be quite trying on your patience, and if you ask for assistance it makes you feel incompetent. The job is very rote (commanding the performance of various drills, this gets boring and repetitive) too.

    The training period is absolutely too long. Two weeks is ridiculous for what we do, and I think this can save the firm quite a lot of money. It can be done in a week at the most, without 10 hour days it currently uses, as I (and everyone I have spoken with including those who were already trained) learned 90% of what I needed to know while on the job. The materials and pay that the program costs can be better allocated in the form of higher wages and cost savings for the firm. The books used can be claimable by employment, but just giving away two heavy books for each incoming employee for free (I looked at mine once or twice in the first week after training) is wasteful.

    Employee turnover is very high because of pay being less than what a babysitter makes per hour. This may be deliberate to keep the current staff young, but this is why this is kept to a summer job, typically, for college students. Turnover would stop if pay were higher and the quality of employees would certainly increase.

    Lastly, if you have any interruptions in your work (ie. Asking for an hour off for a dentist/doctors appointment even if required for school, or to go on a family vacation that you've always taken even though you let mgmt know before accepting your offer and they tell you it's cool), prepare for guilt trips you've never heard of. You automatically forfeit the day or half a day when requesting for an hour max. This is ridiculous. Of course the students are always the top concern, and I felt bad enough, but I always was made to feel terrible when I needed time off for something necessary (I may have lost eligibility for the next semester if I didn't have a certain medical appointment, even when I asked well ahead of two weeks, once the day came.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Reduce and better focus the training period so costs can be minimized. Maybe transition from rote training to shadowing earlier with more focus from shadowing as training.
    - Raise pay to decrease employee turnover
    - Be reasonably accommodating to employees for days off or just an hour or so off
    - Encourage innovation

    I think LMB does great things. I think these suggestions could help

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