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Pt - Reference Associate – new

Collin College Plano, TX

* May ensure that all LRC equipment remains operational for student and faculty use. * May coordinate with Information… jobsradar.com

24 hrs ago

PT - Driver/Athletic Assistant – Apply on Glassdoor

Collin County Community College Plano, TX

Maintain related receipts and records. Assist with and/or perform the videotaping of games… Collin County Community College

2 days ago

PT - Assistant Coach – Apply on Glassdoor

Collin County Community College Plano, TX

Monitor sportsmanship and conduct of student/athletes on and off field/court. Advise and assist students during the ongoing registration… Collin County Community College

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  • Great employees, but they need less red tape

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Frisco, TX
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    I have been working at Collin County Community College full-time (More than a year)


    My experience with middle management and down has been very good. They've been willing to make changes that are in the best interest of the school and the students. The benefits for full time staff are pretty good.


    It takes too long to have meaningful changes made. The approval process at the upper management/board level hurts the school. The upper management means well. The President is doing a great job, but it seems like it takes too long to make changes that don't come from upper management.

    Advice to Management

    Find a way to speed up approvals and changes when suggested from the employees below. The school is too slow at adapting.

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