Computer Lab Assistant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 4, 2016
In lab assistance work, I support people for their problem's like programming, system issue, network issue. I always learned new stuff from different problems. I manage CSU lab, assist professor's for lab problem's. The hard part of this job is to make system and knowledge always up to date. Enjoyable part of job is to make my communication skills boost.
RECEPTIONIST (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 10, 2016
What i like the most about Chicago State University is its open to public and handling customer service was the best thing for me i love communicating with others and making everyone happy. Satisfaction is a must in all situations. My duties included the following •Handled customers on the phone and in person •Resolved customer queries •Managed and redirected customer complaints •Processed customer orders •Recorded all customer interactions •Prepared letters and emails to customers •Followed up with customers
Lead Production Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 11, 2016
My manager believe I could do whatever if given the opportunity. So she made sure that happen whenever she could. Even though I was just the printer I had other skills as well and she wanted the department to notice it.
Community assistent (Current Employee) – Dorms – May 6, 2016
The Chicago State University is an amazing university. Working for the residence hall was one of the best jobs that I have ever had in my life. The atmosphere was amazing, and all the people were very friendly,
Experienced administrative assistant/tutor ready for career advancement.
Administrative Assistant/Tutor (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 2, 2016
I have worked at Chicago State University for nearly 6 years. The general atmosphere is pleasant and adaptable.
A typical work day involves the following activities: preparing the office for the start of the day; answering phone calls and directing students/community members to the proper resources on campus; basic hygienic cleaning of the office; office clerical work including reception; minor staff managing; creation of department documents and university flyers; data entry; and tutoring students in English related areas as well as Spanish.
On the job, I have learned active leadership with fellow employees in planing staff meetings, events, workshops, or designating office duties that may shift on a daily basis. I have trained new employees that have joined the staff as well as served as a go-to person for information and help among the staff. As the administrative assistant of the coordinator, I have learned staff management, inter-department correspondence via email and phone, and experience with helping to manage several departments at once, including partnerships between professors and the tutoring center. I have also learned different ways to discover employee potential, encourage employee morale, and evaluate employees for work ethic and consistency.
The hardest part of the job is tutoring more than two students at one time. Since tutoring is mentally demanding, working with multiple students at one time can be challenging, especially if the office is understaffed. However, most situations like these are worked out and students still receive a full tutoringmore... experience.
The most enjoyable part of the job is helping the students. It is amazing seeing the progress students make during sessions, over several sessions, or when students report success in their targeted classes. I am always ecstatic at the excitement students have once the necessary or new information clicks and they are able to move forward in their studies.less
Tutor (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – March 30, 2016
Aspiring job.Learned a great deal while helping them with there learning capabilities. Most enjoyable moments while helping the students believe in themselves and great results were produce. Rewarding experience.
Program Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 19, 2016
Project Success is a great way to connect with partner who enjoy work with young adults and Parents who like to get back in school. Working for Project Success is great opportunity to work with other people who is interested to go back to school or GED
Office Support Specialist III (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 5, 2015
My day starts at 8:30 a.m and ends at 4:30 p.m. Since I have been employed with Chicago State University, my job skills and people skills have been enhanced. I am an Office Support Specialist III. I manage the entire office, three budgets, and supervisor for student employees, I assist the Director with day to day business concerning office production. Constantly interacting with various personalities, students, administrators, janitorial personnel, faculty and vendors. I am also the fiscal officer assistant. Attend fiscal officer meetings and training meeting concerning other aspects of the college as it relates to my office.
Management (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 25, 2015
No stars! You are worked to death, treated like dirt, and threatened by directors. Projects are given-no deadlines and no instructions, then expected to be right. Get your benefits and employment status in writing from HR, or you will be temporary, PT or short-term. Their operations are not just wrong they are illegal. The president is a crook-completely ratchet and does not care about students! And if you're a student getting financial aid get ready to be treated like your standing in line at the welfare office! 'Hood service!