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30+ days ago

Financial Aid Officer

Pima Medical Institute Tucson, AZ +2 locations

• Coordinate and arrange for proof of eligible non citizenship status, paid in full default/Pell overpayment documentation… Pima Medical Institute


30+ days ago

Radiography Instructor

Pima Medical Institute Houston, TX +2 locations

• Maintain student grades in accordance with established policies. Prepare final grades at… Pima Medical Institute


30+ days ago

Lab Assistant

Pima Medical Institute Aurora, CO

• Participate in faculty in services and professional organizations. • Advise students regarding… Pima Medical Institute


30+ days ago

Nursing Didactic & Clinical Instructor

Pima Medical Institute Tucson, AZ +2 locations

related to both student and non student contact hours, in accordance with policies in the Employee Handbook, the Course Catalog and State Board of… Pima Medical Institute


25 days ago

Medical Assistant Instructor

Pima Medical Institute Houston, TX +3 locations

• Prepare lectures and practical demonstrations for students in class and individually. • Assist and counsel student… Pima Medical Institute


11 days ago

Occupational Therapy Assistant Program Director

Pima Medical Institute Las Vegas, NV

• Review student success rates by class and implement plan to reduce student withdrawals. Meet with students to encourage them to stay in the… Pima Medical Institute


25 days ago

Occupational Therapy Assistant Instructor

Pima Medical Institute Mesa, AZ

• Maintain student grades in accordance with established policies. Prepare final grades at the end of each semester to update… Pima Medical Institute


2 days ago

Veterinary Technician Instructor – new

Pima Medical Institute Phoenix, AZ +2 locations

• Maintain an 80% student success rate for all classes taught in the program. • Evaluate the… Pima Medical Institute


29 days ago

Veterinary Technician Program Director

Pima Medical Institute Chula Vista, CA

• Maintain student grades in accordance with established policies. Prepare final grades at the end of each sequence to update student… Pima Medical Institute


30+ days ago

Patient Care Technician Instructor

Pima Medical Institute Mesa, AZ

• Review text books and make recommendations to Corporate Education Department during textbook revision… Pima Medical Institute


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Pima Medical Institute CEO Richard Luebke, Jr
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    Lots of cons, not enough pros; if you can make it work, go for it, otherwise you might want to reconsider.

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    I worked at Pima Medical Institute

    Pros

    Corporate management is incredibly friendly, and some of my co-workers were the best people I've ever met. The perks are nice, especially ESOP; however, as any employee happiness study ever has shown, that can only go so far...

    Cons

    Unfortunately, Pima suffers from a lack of organization, primarily on the campus level, stemming from an unqualified middle management. Institutional and accreditation policies receive emphasis, but are rarely enforced. Certain employees can skate by for years, decades even, without adhering to rules and regulations that are supposedly "mandatory." In the simplest terms, while working for Pima, it is very hard to know what you're supposed to be doing, why you're doing it, and who you can ask for clarification. Interdepartmental communication is below average, at best, and communication within one department is arguably not much better. Employees essentially run around with their own goals and their own way of doing things, never considering the possibility that working within the rules, as one unified organization, while initially more challenging, will ultimately result in greater efficiency, higher productivity, and better long-term outcomes.

    Throw this all together, and you're left with employees who are generally unhappy, and a campus morale that is as low as it gets. Paradoxically, this low morale actually tends to build very strong levels of camaraderie amongst downtrodden employees, camaraderie that usually extends to lasting friendships beyond the workplace. However, I would hardly call this an equitable trade-off.

    If you're the type of person who enjoys creative problem solving and working within a team, I suggest you look elsewhere. Conversely, if words like innovation and efficiency are as foreign to you as multivariable calculus, then I think you'll fit right in. (Also, if multivariable calculus is not foreign to you, I still suggest you look elsewhere.)

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    Invest more resources into the hiring process. Find good, qualified people who want to excel, not just the ones who are looking for a paycheck. I know it's hard, maybe even impossible to hire the best possible people, but even a little improvement will go a long way.

    Emphasize the importance of each employee and department operating under the same policies (see above for explanation).

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