Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

www.thecb.state.tx.us
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Raymund A. Paredes
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    Current Employee - Customer Service Representative I in Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Customer Service Representative I in Austin, TX
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board full-time

    Pros

    Company is not all work work work. Several agency events and lovely people.

    Cons

    Absolutely behind in our systems/ technology for work! It's frustrating for workers and customers. It's known all around and just not up to par for 2015. I-35 traffic also, just the cost of Austin living.

    Advice to Management

    More connectivity with upper levels is always a plus. Definitely not a deal breaker here though.


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    Program Director Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Austin, TX
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4+ months. I interviewed at Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (Austin, TX).

    Interview

    "Supervisor" was seriously mentally ill. Called in from out of town for an interview to take place two days later. Interview lasted about an hour with a committee and superficial obvious questions. Was called back for a 2nd interview FOUR DAYS LATER! And a one day notice...hundreds of miles away, which they clearly knew. "Supervisor" could not attend the first interview and wanted to meet me. Went back with the same committee plus one and "supervisor." SAME QUESTIONS! "Supervisor" grandstanded, was incoherent, rambled, couldn't follow a question. It was OVERTLY clear that this was no place to work. But I had been looking for several months. The ONE and ONLY reason I stepped in to this pile was because I was currently unemployed and needed to get to work.

    Interview Questions

    • The BIG-TITLED person asking me if I had known one of his/her personal friends.   Answer Question
    • How long will you be here, in Austin? Where are you staying?   Answer Question

    Negotiation

    There was none. They dishonestly advertised a salary range. "Supervisor" said, "It would not be fair if I paid you more than other new hires." "Fair'! Isn't that a word that children use. THECB allows for a flexible daily work hours. "Supervisor" did not allow flexibility and demanded that hours coincide with his/hers.

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Website www.thecb.state.tx.us
Headquarters Austin, TX
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1965
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable
Competitors Unknown

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board provides leadership and coordination for the Texas higher education system. Since being created by the Texas Legislature in 1965, the Board has worked to achieve excellence for the college education of Texas students. The Board meets four times a year. Meetings occur in Austin but are usually also broadcast on the Web.

Mission: The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's mission is to work with the Legislature, Governor, governing boards, higher education institutions and other entities to help Texas meet the goals of the state's higher education plan, Closing the Gaps by 2015, and thereby provide the people of Texas the widest access to higher education of the highest quality in the most efficient manner.

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