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30+ days ago

Education Manager

Universal Technical Institute Norwood, MA

UTI is looking for individuals who have a passion to change the world one life at a time through supporting and improving the student education… Glassdoor


27 days ago

Scheduling Coordinator

Universal Technical Institute Norwood, MA

This position assists in maximizing enrollment by performing all tasks related to scheduling, including establishing and communicating course… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Financial Aid Assistant

Universal Technical Institute Norwood, MA

The Financial Aid Assistant provides administrative support for Financial Aid at Universal Technical Institute, where we are driven to make a… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Diesel Instructor

Universal Technical Institute Norwood, MA

Our Instructors work to change the world, one life at a time by helping students reach their dreams through education. Our Instructors provide… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Student Development Advisor

Universal Technical Institute Norwood, MA

Our Student Development Advisors work to change the world, one life at a time, by helping students achieve their dreams through education. One should… Glassdoor


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UTI CEO Kimberly J. McWaters
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    Former Employee - Instructor  in  Norwood, MA
    Former Employee - Instructor in Norwood, MA

    I worked at UTI full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Good pay, good environment for students, good labs.

    Cons

    The work atmosphere is intimidating once you learn that no one has your back, in fact you are just another target of the "In Crowd". You may know more about your subject than any one else in the building, but you must conform to their set ways of instruction, demonstrations and teaching. You become a robot teacher, at the mercy of the administration.

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    Take off the handcuffs from the instructors and allow some freedom to add to the courses from experience. Back off from the stifling "political correctness" in the classroom and become real people in the classroom. Plus your product is less tha readily accepted in the field. Employers are less than happy with your graduates. I would not hire one fresh out of your school!

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