ACS International Schools Careers and Employment
- Company size201 to 500
- Revenue£18m to £73m (GBP)
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Education & Instruction
Food Preparation & Service
Head office in Cobham, Surrey
on 31 January 2020
Corporate old school workplaceIf you are looking for a very corporate culture this is the place for you. It is a very formal environment, with rigid rules. No working from home policy and a regular staff turnover
Maintenance handy man in Surrey
on 25 October 2020
Lot of bullying from the managers and also some of the staffManagers especially in the facilities department don’t care about you well being don’t take bullying seriously And a lot of malicious grossing within the department from other trades people
Senior Project Manager in Cobham Fairmile
on 10 June 2019
Too restrictiveACS International is a great company to work for. My only concern was that everybody was over managed and it meant that many great ideas and initiatives were never followed through.
IT Support Officer in Cobham, Surrey
on 15 January 2019
Pleasant campus & staff & great place to hone IT SkillsPleasant campus and staff who really care for the development of the students. Lots of hands on experience in Networking and MDM management & cross campus support
Web Designer and Developer in Cobham
on 20 April 2018
Great environment to work, everyday presented different challengesI would start my day working on smaller projects this would include VLE/Intranet and website updates, supporting staff with website issues and fixing, Later in the day work on bigger projects such as website rebuilds, consulting with software suppliers, meetings were I was needed. I learned to work under pressure and prioritize what was important and to manage my workload effectively without being swayed from tasks also to listen and empathize with colleagues. I worked with project managers and managers from around the organization but wasn't afraid to speak up if I felt something wasn't a good idea always in a calm professional manner. The culture was busy, open, passionate but always room for a little fun. The hardest part was red tape and a lot of opinions with no clear hierarchy and fear of moving forward. The most enjoyable part of the job was the varied people I would work with and the conversations and respect I had in the organization.
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