University of Northwestern - St. Paul, MN

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Vice President for Enrollment Management

University of Northwestern - St. Paul Saint Paul, MN

Coordinate and oversee the Universitys efforts to develop and facilitate enrollment management and student retention strategies. Lead the development… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Nursing Learning Center and Technology Director

University of Northwestern - St. Paul Saint Paul, MN

The program provides a Christ-centered, biblically-based, service-focused nursing curriculum through a blended-learning approach to course… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Nursing Faculty

University of Northwestern - St. Paul Saint Paul, MN

The program provides a Christ-centered, biblically-based, service-focused nursing curriculum through a blended-learning approach to course… Glassdoor


University of Northwestern - St. Paul, MN Reviews

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    Most of the time a nice place to work, occasionally some very poor decisions by upper management and human resources

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    Pros

    Values, Ethical, we care about each other, good 403b and health insurance, don't need to worry about bad language or womanizers/improprieties, belief in Christ strong

    Cons

    The best employees are sometimes overloaded and then burnt out, or in the past people treated very poorly during job cuts/restructuring

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You have values - make sure you LIVE by those values with every decision you make. Christian businesses shouldn't be about how we "look", i.e. our image, but about how closely we follow the commandments of Christ