- School Improvement Network update12 days ago
SEASONAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES School Improvement Network is currently seeking seasonal team members to help with technical support and service positions. Summer is a busy time as schools prepare resources for the next school year. Our seasonal team members are instrumental in helping the schools we work with implement our software. You can help lay the foundation for schools to educate children without stepping foot in a classroom, all before the first bell rings welcoming kids into the new school year. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIWQp
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I have been working at School Improvement Network full-time (More than a year)RecommendsNeutral OutlookRecommendsNeutral Outlook
Co-workers are fabulous. Executives are down-to-earth, open, and communicative. They seem to have the best interests of the company, its vision, and its employees at heart. There is a push to institute Arbinger's "Anatomy of Peace": seeing people as people and not objects; collaborating instead of colluding, etc. training management to be leaders and employees to be better people. Everything this company does, it does it in support for personalized learning opportunities for educators, students, and even employees. They also have amazing benefits! Better than any company I've worked for.
I have no cons to list. Overall this company rocks!
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Management seems to have the best interest of the company at heart. They have had some hard hits with sales and have had to make adjustments and revisions to keep the company thriving. Decisions to restructure are difficult but necesary as it grows to keep it thriving. You are doing a wonderful job!
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Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at School Improvement Network.
The interviews started with talking to one of the managers at school improvement. After passing the interview I moved on to a project and another couple of phone calls. Lots of questions about how much experience do I have and how much do I want to win, etc. After that I had a presentation at the HQ office in the ghetto. They had me present about the job I was applying for. After that there was just negotiating about the job and territory. There were lots of territories open so I could have picked from lots of different states. They talked a lot about the travel and how you have to spend like fifty percent of the time traveling.
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