Staff/faculty (Former Employee) – St. Davids, PA – February 11, 2016
Some great staff and students, and some inspiring examples of lived out Christian faith. However, the school is in the midst of a huge identity crisis: What does it mean for Eastern to be Christian? Will it take the hard road of biblical fidelity, or follow the easy path of our culture in its pursuit of more students?
Frequent holidays, slower summer pace (in some departments), and flexibility with working hours. Tuition remission is a nice benefit, but only if you have college age kids!
Network and VMware Windows Systems Administrator (Current Employee) – Saint Davids, PA – January 12, 2016
Eastern is a very nice place. The people here are very friendly. However the structure and management of this place is not good. There is no room for growth. Salaries/Compensation is horrible. You do not get salary increases yearly, or bonus's, or cost of living adjustment.
administrative assistant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 9, 2015
Great work place with very supportive and encouraging management that invests in our success. The best part of the job is the human interaction and the opportunity to work with various teams in order to reach a common goal.
School Counseling Student Intern (Current Employee) – Villanova, PA – November 9, 2015
You would enjoy working with this company if you are adventurous because no two days are the same. My supervisor was amazing. I learned so much from her. She was organized and professional.The students were friendly and very open. I wasn't expecting to feel so comfortable so soon as I did. My supervisor had many years of experience working as a school counselor. She explained everything that I need to know and do precisely, and led by example.
Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – St. Davids PA – September 28, 2015
I currently teach in the graduate school and am impressed with the caliber of the students. Those people seeking to bring social and economic justice to the world by using the skills they learn at Eastern have found a unique place.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico – July 7, 2015
Working in the University of the East in Cabo Rojo, under the education system Ana G Mendez, is a professional and very personal growth experience. They have an excellent team, as well as its faculty and students.
ASSISTANT & TUTOR (Current Employee) – PA – March 4, 2015
Eastern University is a wonderful place to work at, and everyone is friendly and helpful. The most enjoyable aspect is getting to interact with other students and handling various tasks. It's a rewarding job.
Enrollment (Current Employee) – Saint Davids, PA – November 18, 2014
You really have to take charge of your career; the career progression is not clearly defined. The compensation is low compared to similar positions at larger colleges and universities. Change is very slow, even though there are glaring inefficiencies which can sometimes be a hindrance to progress. The future, however, is looking a little brighter for the first time in a very long time.
Employees go the extra mile to ensure that students have a great experience; that is the pride and joy of working at Eastern. You will be a life changer if you work in the enrollment department, and the people that you work with are some of the best people that you will ever encounter.
Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Saint Davids, PA – November 14, 2014
• Provided transportation to 30 freshman college students three times a week for their mandatory community service hours • Tutored kindergarten through 8th grade students in Chester County and chaperoned on student field trips • Earned commendations for teamwork, flexibility and excellence for my duties
Assistant to the Sports Information Director (Former Employee) – Wayne, PA – May 26, 2014
When I would go into work at my old university I was involved in the Eastern University Athletic's department. I would walk into work and always be greeted by the friendly staff there, and would help get the information (programs, promo's, etc) ready for whatever games were happening that week. I learned how to work in a team atmosphere, how to write for the public, how to telecommunicate as well as communicate with people older/younger/and higher up then myself, and I learned how to edit video. The hardest part of the job was having to input that statistics for every game I am not a great numbers person so figuring out all of the percentages was a very time consuming task. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to verbally announce most of the women's sports as well as the baseball games. This was by far the most enjoyable part of the job and the part that intrigued me the most.
great people, sports, announcing, good work environment
Chemistry and Biology Tutor (Former Employee) – Saint Davids, PA – January 17, 2014
I thoroughly enjoyed working at Eastern University in my free time around my class schedule. I learned a lot of new techniques as a lab assistant and I gained leadership and communication skills as a tutor.
Ambassador/ Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 19, 2013
normal day to day work in administrations. I learned that I have a gift in motivating others, encouraging others to attend the college. Management was okay. my co-workers was awesome and we always encourage one another and show each other team spirit. The Hardest part of the job is not making the goals we had set for our department. The most enjoyable part of the job seeing a new student excited to start a new chapter in their lives.
Marketing Research Green Emissions Project (Former Employee) – Saint Davids, PA – March 8, 2013
I worked with a class of Marketing Majors to conduct a survey to see if students were willing to carpool and take other modes of transportation, to save emissions. It was a short assignment, but was cool to see the results. The hardest part of the job was coming up with questions that would be the most useful.