- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at ACC part-time (More than 5 years)
- Really hands off with adjuncts/lots of autonomy - Help if you need it, but you have a lot of latitude in text, syllabus etc. - Relatively good at scheduling once you have some seniority
- Really hard to get full time - You will lose your choice classes if a full-time-er wants your slot
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferAverage Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at ACC.
After submitting around 40 applications, and slightly hounding HR personnel and hiring managers, I was finally contacted for an interview for the following week. It was such a routine that I would apply for every new posting before I could even realize it. It's seriously a numbers game, it took over a year before I was contacted for an interview. After my interview it took a few weeks to hear back from compensation with an offer. Once we agreed on a salary, I was able to choose my start date that was in the following month.
- Typical questions, nothing out of left field. Honestly, there isn't one that stands out as difficult. "Tell us about a time you had a difficult customer and you handled the situation." Those types of questions. Answer Question
HORRIBLE! They lowballed me so I countered. They came back with $100 more, ANNUALLY! I only took the position because I was in dire need. But I was so insulted with the offer that I almost didn't want to.
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It may not be the most well known school in Austin, Texas, but Austin Community College (ACC) does have its fans. ACC provides technical certificate programs (50 fields), associate's degrees (30 university transfer majors), and continuing education courses to central Texas students through six campuses. The school, which has an enrollment of more than 37,000 students, also offers honors programs, college prep classes for high school students, and Tech-Prep courses that allow high school students to earn credits toward an ACC technical certificate. The school serves as ...