My time here was beneficial and welcomed. As a full time student as well, ETBU provided the flexible schedule to continue with my schooling as well as providing a full time position within a spiritual environment.
The best part of my job is… well… just about everything. My teammates and I have a blast almost every single day, and on days that we don’t, we still have a darn good time. Sure, we get a lot of challenges -work load, deadlines and the pressure to be perfect – but I see them as opportunities to see how far we can push ourselves, excel at what we do, and be stronger as a team.
My work at ETBU was quite enjoyable. It was the typical student worker environment that you would expect. The faculty was phenomenal. The most enjoyable part of the job was hearing from professors how much better their class did after one of my test prep study sessions.
Enforce rules and regulations to ensure the smooth and orderly operation of dormitory programs. Provide emergency first aid and summon medical assistance when necessary. Mediate interpersonal problems between residents. Make regular rounds to ensure that residents and areas are safe and secure. Observe students to detect and report unusual behavior. Counsel students in the handling of issues such as family, financial, and educational problems.
A typical day on the job consisted completing various projects via MS Exel or MS Word and interacting with different teachers/professors. The bosses I had were very caring and flexible with my schedule. The hardest part of the job was trying to keep myself occupied if I didn't have an assignment to do. The most enjoyable part was interacting with different teachers,professors and faculty members.
We would have low (< 8ft.) and high (9-50 ft.) elements to set up for groups. I would set up the high elements so I would carry about 75lbs worth of ropes and belay systems to set up the 9 high elements. My manager was great and required us to function at our best. My co-workers were great to be around and very willing to teach other's. I learned how important it is for companies to apply team skills. The hardest part of the job was getting each group to identify its weaknesses and find creative ways to solve problems set before them. The best part of the job was being up in the trees setting up all of the high elements.
great for people who love the outdoors, free breakfast and lunches
Records Assistant (Former Employee) – Marshall, TX – December 5, 2012
A typical day at work consisted of extreme multitasking between answering the front desk and answering multiple phone lines. I also had to get scanning, indexing, and filing in as well. I learned how to manage multiple phone lines, multitasking, and how to work well with the general public as well as students. The hardest part of the job was learning all of the minor details of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the general public.
A typical day at work for me was making the schedules for the month/semesters, organizing and hosting student meetings, making sure the radio station was clean and all the equipment was put back in place, training new interns and volunteers on how to work the equipment, organizing radio broadcasting sporting events. I learned how work well with others, be in charge of a team, work radio equipment, work under a fast pace boss. My co-workers were easy to get along with and easy to direct. The hardest part of the job was learning how to combine it with school. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to allow myself to become open to talk to more people, then I ever thought I would talk to before.