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Payroll Coordinator – easy apply

Bridgepoint Education San Diego, CA

• Responsible for balancing payroll runs. • Solves problems concerning payroll… Glassdoor

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Customer Success Manager – easy apply

Bridgepoint Education San Diego, CA

Did someone say Saas? As an advocate for assigned client accounts, the Customer Success Manager (CSM) serves as both the voice of customers to… Glassdoor

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Sr. Software Engineer – easy apply

Bridgepoint Education San Diego, CA

• Experienced in design and modeling of database objects (e.g. logical, physical DB design) • Participates in all phases of the software development… Glassdoor

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Bridgepoint Education CEO and Director Andrew S. Clark
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    Leadership is has no plans to share direction and you are alone for the ride.

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    Current Employee - Senior Systems Engineer  in  San Diego, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Senior Systems Engineer in San Diego, CA (US)

    I have been working at Bridgepoint Education full-time for more than 3 years


    There are some educational benefits to working at Bridgepoint. The IT environment is robust in comparison to other companies in the San Diego area.


    The IT leadership is generally clueless about where we are going as a department. They have claimed to be out of business decisions publicly. This means that the executive staff does not think about impact to the IT department before making decisions and the IT leadership doesn't interject until the money is spent and the project is rolling. All in all, IT is always the loser in the fight and made to look like the failures.

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    Take control of the department and force groups to move in the same direction.

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