Athletics Intern - Staff Assistant (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – January 6, 2016
My time at Auburn University working with the strength and conditioning coaching staff exposed me to a leadership skills, program design, team building activities, and proper assessment in handling any situation concerning training and exercise.
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – December 20, 2015
I worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for Finite element Analysis, Where I prepared lectures and handled 20 students in lab. I guided them in both analytical and experimental procedures of how finite element works. Demonstrations and proper implementation of Static Linear, Nonlinear and Eigen buckling was performed in ANSYS. Frequent Interaction with my students made me to gain knowledge and strengthen my technical skills.
MANAGER OF PROCESS ENGINEERING LABORATORIES (Current Employee) – Auburn, AL – December 14, 2015
Overall good employer. Job was very diverse and challenging but there was no room for advancement. I was not in a 'track' which caused unique problems in dealing with Human Resources and Employee Benefits office.
Flexible hours, good benefits, balance of 'hands-on' and desk work
Administrative Support Assistant III (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – October 22, 2015
I worked at Auburn University for 26+ years. I started as a cashier and worked my way up through the ranks. I retired after 26 years of employment with Auburn University. I enjoyed working there, my co workers was awesome!
I looked forward to spending the 2 weeks of paid vacation off during the holidays with my family!
The pay was ok, but could have been way better.. I think
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Auburn, AL – June 25, 2015
Auburn is a really nice town with a lot of nice people. It doesn't take long for anyone to fall in love with the place. Auburn University is a great place to work because of wonderful people and the environment.
Ph. D. Researcher (Current Employee) – Auburn, AL – June 2, 2015
My work is to design experiments according to the aim of a project, and solve problems met in the experiments.With the project going on write technical reports, paper, and give presentations to reveal my findings. I enjoy work and live in Auburn, the professors and colleges are friendly and helpful. Football become my favorite sport here.
Assistant II, Financial-Central (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – May 20, 2015
It is a great place to work. The hours are great and the benefits a wonderful. I liked it there until I got seriously sick last year. No one explained FMLA rules with me. They weren't very understanding about how sick I really was. But I learned a lot from working there and if you get in the right department you can be very happy.
Professor (Current Employee) – Auburn, AL – May 8, 2015
Auburn affords a fantastic life-work balance for its faculty. In 15 years on the faculty, I've had the pleasure of working with world-class colleagues that I respect as professionals and truly enjoy as people.
GTA (Current Employee) – Auburn, AL – April 13, 2015
Working at Auburn university has been an excellent experience. The environment is perfect for new teachers and they are always willing to help with anything you need.
A normal day at work involves tutoring the students during the office hours, then teach a class for 50 minutes.
The co-workers provide with help at anytime, since most of us are classmates on the Master's program.
The hardest part of the job is the absence of grammar teaching in the class. The students are supposed to do that on their own, and sometimes it implies that they do not know how structures work.
The most rewarding part of the job, and what makes me want to be a teacher is the feeling I get when something hard that needs to be explained is understood by the students. That's the beauty of this job.
Assistant Director of University Scholarships (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – April 2, 2015
• Supervise daily professional, administrative, temporary, and student staff. • Oversee all technical functions in the office and trouble shoot as needed.. • Maintain and review Donor budgets. • Awarding, canceling, disbursement, and reporting of funds for Donor funded university scholarships. • Create and update rules, reports, and Population Selection in Banner. • Oversee the administration of scholarship publications, website development, event planning, and all staff training. • Coordinate the participation of the Office of University Scholarships at internal and external function. • Met with parents/students daily and presented scholarship information to 300+ parent/students monthly.
Meeting and developing new relationships. Technical responsibilities.
Research Assistant- Part-Time (Current Employee) – Auburn, AL – March 7, 2015
Working within the Biosystems Department has provided great learning opportunity. Being part of cutting edge research in gasification has diversified my experience while giving an appreciation for experimental processes.