Summer Internship (Former Employee), Boston, MA – November 22, 2014
In my internship at Boston University , we were able to work Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm . I learned how to do group work and individually working . it was not that hard ,because I had preview experience about working in Lab. The most enjoyable part of the job it was when we analyses the date .
ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR (Former Employee), Boston, MA – October 3, 2014
The students are far and away the best part of the job. They're the best and brightest at BU and were the biggest motivation for advancing the program. While I was at KHC, the program was brand new, so there was a lot of development and learning on a day-to-day basis.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Boston, MA – September 30, 2014
Served as medical assistant and/or phlebotomist on a temporary basis to many hospitals within the Boston area, such as Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and others. Responsibilities included, but were not limited to, taking patients’ vital signs; making, canceling – more... and changing appointments; making reminder calls; mailing results to patients; sending dictations to providers; assisting with registration; drawing blood from patients; and performing relatively minor procedures such as removal of stitches. – less
RESEARCH ASSISTANT (Current Employee), Sabana Seca, PR – August 19, 2014
Work consisted of analyzing scientific data. I learned the management of a research laboratory. Co-workers worked as a team to complete laboratory tasks. The hardest part of the job is to feel insecure about the job duration. The most enjoyable part of the job was to share knowledge with important scientists.
Liu Lab Undergraduate Researcher (Former Employee), Boston, MA – August 11, 2014
Pros: learned a lot, worked independently
I worked here as an undergraduate researcher. And in the 2 years I worked there, I learned much about Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, as well as Natural Products. The lab despite having multidisciplinary focuses made sure that everyone had a understanding of all the projects going on in the lab. This lead to a lot of knowledge being transferred – more... which I found great! – less
Boston University is an excellent employer with good benefits and advancement opportunities.
Director (Former Employee), Boston, MA – July 8, 2014
Pros: career advancement
I enjoyed my 30 years at Boston University and was promoted several times. I was able to learn and practice both State and Federal employment laws. The Human Resource Office was always a team effort and the staff is always hardworking and enthusiastic. The most difficult part of my job was dealing with sensitive employee disciplinary actions. The most – more... rewarding part of my job was resolving sensitive issues. – less
Research Assistant/Interim Coordinator (Current Employee), Boston, MA – May 31, 2014
Pros: awesome people
Cons: overwhelming at times
Great place to work, really competitive but worth it! You are given plenty of responsibilities to keep you busy and as a research assistant it is all about reaching quotas while maintaining ethical standards. If you enjoy a fast paced environment this is the place for you.