Princeton Review Jobs in Framingham, MA

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9 days ago

Tutoring Coordinator

Princeton Review Newton, MA

Bring your stellar customer services skills and be part of The Princeton Review team! Learn to showcase the company’s most exclusive and elite… Princeton Review


12 days ago

Administrative Assistant

Princeton Review Newton, MA

Are you always the organized person in your friend circle or at work? Do you like to dabble in a variety of activities and multi-task with ease? Are… Princeton Review


22 days ago

Institutional and Partnership Account Manager

Princeton Review Newton, MA

If you've seen the guy on TV that juggles chainsaws and think to yourself, "That's cute. I could do that in my sleep!" Then step right up because the… Princeton Review


30+ days ago

Territory Manager

Princeton Review Newton, MA

Become The Princeton Review’s Territory and Sales Manager for high school and graduate test prep programs. Find dynamic ways to partner with high… Princeton Review


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Princeton Review CEO Mandy Ginsberg
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  • Great opportunities for personal growth, but it's understaffed, and management doesn't seem to have a unified vision.

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    Pros

    Generally flexible about work hours, good people, relaxed atmosphere.

    Cons

    Understaffed, lack of cohesive management, lack of singular company vision, health plan isn't great.

    Advice to Management

    Do fewer projects, and pick what's most important NOW. Since corporate is understaffed on purpose, you have to choose what happens when, because it's not possible to do it all immediately. This is made worse by a lack of communication between middle/senior management. It regularly felt like there was absolutely no unified plan, just a bunch of goals and a bunch of different people trying to achieve them in different ways.


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