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Front - End Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Carson, CANovember 18, 2013
Great job if you are a student. Great campus and wonderful to commute
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Great Place to Start
Registration Assistant (Current Employee), Carson, CAApril 24, 2013
Pros: flexibility
Cons: short breaks
This place of employment is excellent ! There is always something to do and your co workers are like family. I learned how to handle a rush of people and how to answer multiple phone lines and direct calls. The management is great and very understanding they are some of the best bosses i have ever had. The hardest part of the job is the student rush – more... at the beginning of a semester or having to explain to students why the registration fees change because we have no control over that so it gets difficult to explain. The most enjoyable part is the students and helping them further their education. – less
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Great Place to learn and Gain Experience
IT Specialist (Current Employee), Carson, CAJanuary 2, 2013
CSUDH is a great place to work where you can gain experience and learn plenty of skills in the computer IT area. I have gained plenty of hands on experience and devolped great connections that will boost my career.
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Office is on a soccer field.
Assistant Coach - Men's Soccer (Former Employee), Carson, CAAugust 13, 2012
Pros: competitive environment, paid travel, per diem, prolonged and instant gratification, high-level sports environment.
Cons: lack of general organization, task management, staff oriented measuable goals.
Provided specialized tactical and technical instruction on-field.
Aided players with psychological game preparation and motivation.
Self-learned skills include recruiting , communication, merchandising, fundraising.
Co-workers have vision and passion for fostering an environment conducive to student-athletes progressing toward graduation and winning – more... games.
Difficult obstacles arise when attempting to solve simple problems with logical solutions and red tape binds layer upon layer preventing easy issues from being resolved.
The most gratifying thing in coaching college sports is providing student-athletes the tools to achieve goals through teamwork and getting to see the goals come to fruition. – less