I have been working at Keiser University full-time
Great pay and the co workers are nice
Type of job itself is very tedious and annoying to fo
Advice to Management
Have more financial aid departments
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at Keiser University.
I actually interviewed for a different position and was recommended for this one instead based off of a personality assessment: it wound up being a good call, a much better fit, & better pay.
Personality assessment filled out online first: answer based on the job you want, not the job you have, but still true to what you would actually do.
Then 3 interviews: 1 with Director first (you also meet the assistant directors same day), 1 with Campus President, and 1 phone interview with Vice Chancellor
Director and assistant directors very up front about challenges, benefits/salary, and answering any questions I had. I felt like there could have been more mention about how it can feel like a call center some days, but I knew that going in because of the reviews on Glassdoor. The interviews with upper management set tone for company culture, expectations, and plan for growth to make sure I'd be a right fit. The management believes in what they do and how they can change lives: I left every interview feeling like I really wanted to work for this company because of that.
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