Univeristy Audit and Benefits Compliance Coord (Former Employee), New York, NY – December 2, 2014
Pros: lots of days off
Hardest part of the job is that people need don't communicate well. Just because someone has a lower income doesn't mean they lack education, they may have reached a glass ceiling. There-fore change is necessary.
College Assistant/ Receptionist (Current Employee), New York, New York Financial District – October 9, 2014
A regular day at work consists of helping students with academic questions or inquiries. Answering telephone calls on a multi-line system, as well performing clerical work for academic advisers. The work environment is efficient and my fellow co-workers allow work to be entertaining.
Office Assistant (Current Employee), Brooklyn, NY – September 28, 2014
A day at work is sometimes busy sometimes not. But it has given me a basic knowledge about what happens in an office atmosphere. My job is mostly about forms/application processing, greetings customers (students) and meeting their college-related needs. My co-workers love me because I am friendly, honest, organized, detail-oriented and positive. The – more... most enjoyable parts are on campus clubs, ceremonies and events. – less
Computer Lab Assistant - Part-Time (Current Employee), Long Island City, NY – September 11, 2014
Work culture is amazing, fun and supporting co-workers. I work as a computer lab assistant and I have learned my way around to troubleshoot PC's, hardware, and software. Excellent place to enhance my technical skills.
College Assistant (Current Employee), New York, NY – May 22, 2014
If you are a full time student and need a part time job then being a college assistant at CUNY is definitely worth it. I worked specifically as a Math Tutor, and was able to set my own hours around my classes.
Student/Homemaker (Former Employee), New York, NY – April 23, 2014
I have completed courses in Nursing, and Early Childhood Education. Since I have previous knowledge and experience in the healthcare field, these classes have furthered my knowledge. I am always eager to learn more. I receive my AA degree May 2014.
It's a wonderful and enjoyable environment to work in.
Caiman Advisor (Former Employee), Bronx, NY – March 21, 2014
A typical day at work is talking to incoming 10-15 freshmen daily during the registration period. You advise freshmen about the school and about the desired major. In addition , you help students create schedule that works for them.
SERVER SUPPORT TECHNICIAN (Former Employee), New York, NY – March 3, 2014
Pros: top of the line equipment
Cons: lack of compensation
Working for any government agency you obtain a great amount of experience only if you choose to work hard.internal promotions are always available but compensation never meets the amount of resposibility