DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE Employer Reviews
Job Work/Life Balance
DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Job Work/Life Balance
Love the different cultures
Office Assistant (Former Employee), Durham, NC – February 19, 2014
Pros: great environment
Cons: no cons
Love working at Durham Technical Community College as a work-student. I received my AAS in Medical Office Administration in 2012 and will be graduating on 05/2014 with AAS in Office Administration. Great school and the co-workers are wonderful.
Admissions Assistant (Former Employee), Durham, NC – March 27, 2013
Pros: almost co-workers, great location, a superb benefits package
Cons: the expected turn around for processing an acceptance, transition to paperless was tiresome
I sincerely enjoyed this job. Having my own office space and area to call my own really made the difference. I had a wonderful supervisor who gave me plenty of responsibility to find and establish my own methods for processing and completing my daily duties. I was in charge of one to two interns on any given day which made me appreciative of my leadership – more... and team building training. – less
Very productive and allows me to indenpendently work without micro managing
Office Assistant (Current Employee), Durham, NC – March 25, 2013
Love coming to work daily, love my coworkers and assisting the students. I answer the phone and even able to be creative daily. I create different documents for the Assistant Dean for different manuals and instructional information she teaches.
English Instructor (Former Employee), Durham, NC – February 20, 2013
The work was great, and the students were terrific. But Durham Tech doesn't hire full time teachers if they can avoid is, because then they don't have to pay benefits. After a while, working a 40 hour a week job so I could have health insurance and working here at night because untenable.
Student (Current Employee), Durham, Nc – December 18, 2012
It seems like a great place to start out in the nursing field. Classes are inexpensive and very transferable. Teachers here are caring. There are many students who are serious about advancing their careers.
Computer Training Instructor (Former Employee), Durham, NC – August 10, 2012
Pros: the students
Cons: lack of classroom materails
Computer Training Instructor – Continuing Education Dept. Successfully taught training classes in a classroom environment Developed course syllabus Maintained a comprehensive course without textbooks Developed student’s resource/training materials Trained & catered to student’s different learning styles & abilities