Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry (Current Employee) – Auburn, AL – October 22, 2017
Typical day includes teaching students at various hospitals. Much of my job is autonomous and self directed. No issues with management or duties. There is very little travel, except for the hospital where the students will have their clinicals
Wonderful freedom for creativity and self direction
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – October 18, 2017
It's a university, so it's all about learning while you work and working while you learn. I worked some on campus, but also many days in Georgia and six months in Gulf Shores. I enjoyed every part of working there.
Lead Administrative Support Assistant (Former Employee) – Auburn University, AL – September 18, 2017
Day to day routine working with students and professors of all cultures. Record handling with confidentiality.
Managed all of the office task including but not limited to payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, maintenance and correspondence with campus facilities and outside vendors. Project manager of relocation and renovations for the department.
Direct contact assisting professors and students in building courses and registering for courses. Posted grades and dealt with student issues.
My office worked as a team to better assist campus as a whole which include parents, students and professors. We pride our self in being the office to go to for answers.
Pay is not up to date for those who have been there for years
Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Project (Current Employee) – Auburn, AL – September 5, 2017
Everyone is very friendly and always willing to help in whatever way that they can. The learning environment is very productive and the general atmosphere of the town and school is like no where else on Earth.
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Civil Engineering Building – September 4, 2017
Nice place to work however after a few years growth is no longer present. The culture is relaxed and competitve, however a few pointers think carefully before you start a Masters Degree especially if you are an international student.
Work Management Supervisor (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – August 30, 2017
It was a great place to work for the most. I loved my job because it was helping and servicing others. Work Management was the central point for most of the University functions, it all started with the work order department. It was busy and could be frustrating at times but I learned to balance the work out and teamwork.
The management was also good for the most. I worked for some very good managers.
Nutrition Data Entry Clerk (part time) (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – August 10, 2017
Auburn University has an excellent campus full of lots of greenery. It is very walkable and perfect for anyone not wanting to live in a huge city. The campus is filled with multiple dining facilities, and their is a wide-selection of food. The population is very nice and is very accepting of international students. Working here is very nice and people are very supportive. I would strongly encourage people to come visit the campus and seeing Auburn for what it is.
PROPERTY AUDITOR (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – August 1, 2017
The absolute best job in the whole wide world. Working for Auburn University was beyond the best. I chose to leave the workforce and begin my family and that is why I no longer work here. I would love to work back at Auburn University one day.
County Coordinator (Former Employee) – Calvert, AL – July 23, 2017
Great place to work, with benefits. 401k , educational opportunities and advancement .Chance to improve the lives of clients by the use of research base information. Communities working together for the good of all people,