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20 days ago

Learner Services Advisor

National American University Rapid City, SD

The Learner Services Advisor assists students in the development and ongoing achievement of their educational goals, offers a particular emphasis on… CareerBuilder

23 days ago

Prior Learning Evaluator

National American University Rapid City, SD

The Prior Learning Evaluator assists with the smooth flow of processes and operations. This position works with other distance learning staff and… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Assistant to the Registrar

National American University Rapid City, SD

The Assistant to the Registrar greets and serves potential students, faculty, staff and other customers in a positive, friendly, customer-service… CareerBuilder

21 days ago


National American University Rapid City, SD

The Controller manages and maintains accounting functions and related activities in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations in support… CareerBuilder

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    Uninviting, Unproductive, and Ill-Managed

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    Former Employee - Applications Developer II in Rapid City, SD
    Former Employee - Applications Developer II in Rapid City, SD

    I worked at National American University full-time


    NAU (HQ) has a decent pay scale implemented and on-site food vendors available. There are pockets of great people, but you definitely need to find a "clique" to really become integrated or you won't get as much as a "Good Morning". People know their work and it is well defined what responsibilities are expected. If you don't pull your weight then you get pulled out.


    There is a lack of community in the organization. Management is can be so hands off that they don't exist, and won't get involved enough to give you the tools necessary to do your job.

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    Good people are leaving, because they can go where they will be appreciated. If they don't feel that there are defined career paths for them and that management cares, employees will seek greener pastures.

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