I only worked there for a 6 month period at a student position but it was a very friendly workplace. As a student planner/draftsman my superiors felt very confident in my work and allowed me to work mainly independently with guidance on tasks. This allowed me to work at my pace and complete projects faster.
Associate Director (Former Employee) – Greenville, NC – August 3, 2015
East Carolina University is an exceptional four year institution. It was a great experience working for a large institution with so much history and pride. Everyone enjoyed the school and promoted the institution. I enjoyed helping students the most. The hardest part of the job was telling a student they were not admissible to the college.
While working at Campus 31, in the student center of East Carolina University, I was required to direct, shoot, and edit various videos for different organization and events around the campus of ECU. We produced promotional videos, advertisement videos, and covered live events. Being provided with our own work space and computer, we had the freedom of working at our leisure, as long as the project we were assigned was completed by the deadline. This job helped me craft my skill in every aspect of film production and taught me the steps needed to become successful within this field. The most enjoyable part of this job was the great times I had with my co-workers, and being able to learn from them as we worked on projects together.
Great co-workers, fun projects, being able to learn every aspect of film production
Industrial Hygiene and Safety Intern (Current Employee) – Greenville, NC – June 11, 2015
My job at the EH&S office has truly been a great experience for me while I finish my undergrad at ECU for my bachelors degree. They promote a learning environment and assign tasks that hold importance in the operations of the office and the university as well. Other employees at the office are extremely friendly and create make the office a welcoming place to work at.
Graduate Assistant Life Time (Current Employee) – Greenville, NC – June 1, 2015
• Instruct of multiple one-hour class sessions to teach students on the variables related to fitness, physical fitness, diet, weight control, degenerative diseases, physiological effects of exercise, and significance of motor skills development. • Create assignments and activity lessons ensuring students understood the core mission and key principles of the class. • Grade and monitor overall success of students, along with constant contact via email and office hour meeting arrangements.
This university is un organized . The pay is okay, but it could be better. I think this college would be better if they had a better management team that knows what they are doing. Management is poor in a lot of the departments. The best thing about working at ECU is the flexibility and the holidays you receive.
Greek Life - Administrator Assistant (Current Employee) – Greenville, NC – May 4, 2015
This really is the leadership and diversity university. ECU was the stepping stone for my professional, educational and social development. It has molded me into a bright individual and have given me knowledge to everyday situation that I would possible face as I move forward in my career.
My work day started at 6:00am and ended at 7:00pm at night. I learned how to train and manage large groups of people. Got along great with co workers. They hardest part of my job way being away from my family. I enjoyed working with my teams.
Student Union Student Manager (Former Employee) – Greenville, NC – April 20, 2015
Amazing Boss who creates a fair and fun work environment. Given a lot of responsibility and a chance to exercise and develop leadership skills. They work with you as a student to make the best schedule possible.
Working with the Math 1065 program introduced me to a wide range of student abilities. The average day consisted of equal parts helping with math concepts and homework as well and troubleshooting online computing environments with Pearson Educational and ECU's ITCS departments.
East Carolina University is a great employer to be working for. The camaraderie and work enviornment was key to my continued employment there. I've learned alot from my area supervisor and management about being punctual and thorough in all my assigned tasks. The hardest part of my job is balancing my lifestyle with the demanding hours and mandatory overtime. I enjoyed interacting with university staff and sometimes but not often the students.