I have been working at Chicago School of Professional Psychology full-time (More than 5 years)
Mostly everyone at this organization are sincere and hard-working. There is a fair amount of autonomy for faculty to pursue their interests. Intellectually stimulating and challenging environment. Indisputably student-centered.
Crappy systems that, combined with lofty goals and intellectually ambitious faculty create unreasonable workloads. Disheartening mistrust among faculty and administration, and among faculty and students. Issues with pay, expense and overage structure.
Advice to Management
Be nice. Be realistic. Trust faculty so they will trust you more.
I applied online. I interviewed at Chicago School of Professional Psychology (Washington, DC).
Easy. A recruiter responded to my application and asked a few questions over the phone - offering me an in person interview before ending the call. The interviewer at the in person was 10 minutes late and clearly uninterested in me after a question or two. Highly unprofessional interview experience.