Cook/Prep customer service (Former Employee) – atherton union – January 10, 2017
First coming in here is prep, and students coming here and there greet them with great smiles. I learned how to take food temp, cook very well, and also learned about the different types of healthy foods. Management was pretty much a competition, a lot of confusion people not showing up for work. The employees are great, they work with you very patiently. The hardest part was working a shift by yourself when no one wants to show up for work but other then that its a pretty lenient job. The best part of the job is the BIG RUSH of the day when all the college kids are starving and im doing like 10 million things at once an amazing environmental for a beginner.
Secretary/Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 9, 2016
Entitled, arrogant culture promoted by administrators, instructors and staff. Poor communication by administration to employees. Unwillingness to resolve conflicts that are detrimental to employee's safety, well-being and overall working environment.
Defensive Line Coach /Scout Team Coordinator (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – November 23, 2015
Great place to work. Real sense of commmunity. The culture established within the community promotes sucess and hard work. The support staff and administration does a great job working together and problem solving.
Student (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 5, 2015
Great school that gave me a lot of opportunities. Good professors which taught in a fun environment. They give you the tools to use in the workforce. The classes are hard but the feeling of success is worth it. Hinkle FieldHouse will become your second home.
beautiful campus, improving yearly, great class size, you what you put in
they expect a lot, not the school to mess around at, expensive, greek life is BIG here
COOK (Current Employee) – indianapolis, in – March 5, 2015
It is a nice place to work and teaches you a lot of things. Like working with others, making sure things are done right and done on time. Also learn to assist others when my work is done. Also always staying on my teams making sure things do not run out.
Associate Director (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 13, 2014
I did not like the Butler culture. There was not enough diversity, and even with a diversity commission, the outlook seemed bleak. The staff acted genuinely concerned for the welfare of the students, but put more restrictions on them than gave them the tools to succeed. Great benefits. Tuition remission after nine months of working for the University. Really great perk!
UNIVERSITY SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 5, 2014
My supervisor was phenomenal, and has still, to this day, offered me support, guidance, and wonderful reference. I enjoyed being the voice of the university and offering my positivity to all who reached out to our institution.
A great place to work and many great people with which to work.
Residence Life Coordinator (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 30, 2014
Butler is a great place to work. However, I am a Residence Hall Director, newly engaged, and live on-campus in the residence hall that I direct. Being single works great living in the residence hall. Being married and living in the residence hall, not so great.
Good place to teach with students who wanted to learn
Adjunct Instructor of Music (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – December 26, 2013
my years at Butler have been profitable from the perspective of being able to stay current in my teaching field. I am happy to report that I was well received by fellow teachers, and the work environment was always very welcoming and safe.