-Work- study -Flexibility in hours -Tutored while I was enrolled for my minor in Education -Denison University was not a work place rather a college. Students did have the option to work during their 4 years of school.
America Reads Tutor (Former Employee) – Ohio – September 12, 2017
I loved everybody I worked with at Denison. The salary, culture, work, and pay were not enough to merit me going back to work here-- truth be told I wouldn't even apply to work here again after my personal experiences there.
The pay needs to be better, the employment culture needs to improve, and even the student body culture needs very significant approval.
The largely white wealthy student body oozes entitlement and is incredibly patronizing to almost everyone, including faculty and staff. The largely white Christian fraternities are also disgusting and largely just an excuse for partying incessantly, there are huge mental issues amongst them being eating disorders, depression, anxiety, drug addiction, alcohol addiction-both binge drinking and otherwise.
The absolute worst thing is how permissible all these problems really are. It's unethical at this point. Both faculty and staff, even on the administrative enable and even encourage this culture to exist and grow.
Work life balance, you can help the lives of a few students
Tutor (Former Employee) – Granville, OH – July 12, 2017
Did my BA here and worked on the evenings. Great environment, great people and great working conditions. When I was working for the ML Department I was given a lot of freedom and responsibility which made the job interesting.
I was able to efficiently balance this job with my other course work. The staff is strict about laptops and phones; however, for good reason. Overall, the staff wants you to take your job seriously for your own benefit. It was fun to greet your friends walking into the building and other guests that you could later befriend.
It was great working with Denison University. I went to school there, therefore they adjusted my class schedule to my work schedule which was great. The wrk place was great and the bosses were always very polite.
Lifeguard (Former Employee) – Granville, OH – September 3, 2016
I loved the people who worked there and the management was super nice. The pay was just above minimum, but its a job designed for high school and college students. I had a great time working here and highly recommend it if you are a high school student in the area.
15 minute breaks at least every hour to hour and a half
I have enjoyed working at Denison University for the past 2 years. I enjoy interacting with the students and faculty on a daily basis. The university has been a wonderful stepping stone for me as I work toward my Masters Degree.
As a resident assistant we created a positive, safe and enjoyable college experience for all staff and students. As a Designer I created exceptional designs for each show produced throughout year which included students and academic and professional staff.
Athletic Training Assistant (Former Employee) – Granville, OH – December 13, 2013
I assisted athletic trainers by providing care to athletes (i.e. providing athletes with ice wraps/baths, bandages, and ultrasounds). I also received medical supplies from the storage closet, cleaning the athletic facility). I also would provide First Aid assistance to sports teams during practice.My co-workers were very nice to work with, and management was very fair. My knowledge of first aid and athletic training treatment increased significantly.I demonstrated the ability to care for athletes as well as skills in First Aid and CPR, of which I received certification for both. The hardest part of the job was cleaning the facility, the most enjoyable part of the job was communicating with co-workers.
Student Assistant in French (Former Employee) – Granville, OH – November 17, 2013
This university provide plenty to opportunities to grow and lead. Classes are small, and study spaces are plenty. You can always find a job on campus if you want to work. Your professors are always there as a resource.