Student Blogger (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 2, 2017
Chestnut Hill College is a great place to work, you don't feel like you're person when you're there, you feel like you're part of a family that will continue to be there for you. The amount of support and and job placement opportunities will continue to make this place flourish.
Resident Assistant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA 19118 – March 29, 2017
I love working at Chestnut Hill College. There is so much support here and we work hard to make a positive impact in the students' lives. It's important to me that I try to help and make other peoples' lives easier when I work.
Computer Lab Monitor (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – February 26, 2015
On a typical day I would come in, check the paper status in the printers then surf the internet while periodically checking the paper status in the printers and making sure that the rules are being followed. I was allowed to do homework, study, listen to music, etc., just as long as those requirements were met.
Applications Manager (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – January 14, 2015
I have learned a lot about the admissions process from Chestnut Hill, from application entry to taking calls from prospective students. the staff is very friendly. The staff is very flexible and is always willing to help when there is a problem.
Adjunct Instructor (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, Pa – December 1, 2014
Chestnut Hill college is a small Catholic University in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia. I was an adjunct instructor. I taught Educational Psychology to graduate level education and Teach for America Students
It is a work enironment with the most supportive team of people.
Graduate Assistant, Inter-Library Loan Services (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 16, 2014
In this job I have learn the importance of serving in the process of making a living. I work with people committed to their faith and serving the dear neighbor. As a leaning institution, the human resource is so diversified. However we are all committed to the mission which in return created a very friendly working environment. I have a low pay, and the job does not challenge me intellectually the way I would want to, but the benefits is attractive.
Student Activities Office (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 24, 2014
There was not much to do because the work load was base on the amount of students that came to rent game supplies and bikes. It was mostly quite and relaxing environment. As a student worker it was a decent job.
It was interesting learning about several different sports and their plays
Game Play Imputter (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 22, 2013
While working at this job, I had to set up for home games at Chestnut Hill College. During the game, the game coordinator would watch the game and call out the plays and I would have to input the code of the play into a computer so that the entire game was electronically recorded. For the duration of the job, I learned about soccer, volleyball and basketball and the plays in the games. I went to school with my co-workers, so it was easy working and getting along with them. The most difficult part of the job was keeping up with the numerous amount of plays and their codes at a fast pace. The most enjoyable part of this job was getting to watch all of my teams home games.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 12, 2013
i worked there for 6 years doing housekeeping,an i learn that the nuns was very nice and managers was great my co-workers was ok,the most enjoyable part was gettig to know the nuns &the fokes in the offices.
free lunch free computer class from the people i cleaned for
Wonderful way to connect with residents and work with others.
Resident Assistant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 8, 2012
A typical night on duty consists of watching over residents, going on rounds, and document situations when they occur. I have great co-workers who communicate well. The hardest part of the job is to document a situation involving residents who do not cooperate. However, the most enjoyable part is to form bonds with the residents and make their year away from home enjoyable.