Part-time Instructor (Current Employee), Statesboro, GA – October 26, 2013
Cons: academic standards
A beautiful campus but lots of great amenities for the students. Treatment of faculty, especially part-time faculty, is insensitive. The management is more concerned about money than learning. Football is the passion. Academics, not so much. A good place to repeat high school and stay a child a bit longer. The scantrons are always buzzing.
Unemployed, actively looking (Former Employee), N/A – February 1, 2014
Provided leadership for a community of approximately 35-55 students within their residential building and knew all residents by name within the first 30 days of each semester. Engaged in intentional conversations with residents related to the Campus Living & Learning core values. Assisted in mediating roommate conflicts Communicated with the Resident – more... Director(s) regarding any issues about a student welfare concern (unusual absence, roommate conflicts, etc.) and students who may be emotionally or physically at risk (depression, unusual behavior, etc) Supported academic initiatives and engaged in academic programs or events within their residential community. Reported policy violations to the Resident Director(s). Upheld all standards for resident safety Participated in regular on call coverage for their residential community when the residence halls were open. Participated in the check-in and checkout procedures of residents. Participated in the processing of paperwork (i.e., room changes, room damages and incident reports). Assisted with departmental trainings, conferences or other events. Answered calls and questions from parents, students, and guest. Type up forms, flyers, and posters via Microsoft Office Suite. – less
TEACHERS ASSISTANT FOR NURSING LAB (Former Employee), Statesboro, GA – January 27, 2014
I worked as a chemistry lab teachers assistant. The job provided me with a unique opportunity to take what I had learned from my major and apply it through helping other students. The job also provided more time to analyze experiments I had already worked on in the past. The people I worked with were intelligent and shared work experience as well as – more... help with the tasks at hand. The most enjoyable aspect of the job was being able to work with my colleagues and help others. – less
Great opportunity for me; enjoyable work and environment.
Programmer I (Former Employee), Statesboro, GA – January 6, 2014
I worked under Ron Stalnaker for Enterprise Application Services. GSU is pretty serious about keeping up with technology, something that is rare for most colleges. I had interesting projects that actually affected students' lives - plenty of job satisfaction there! My coworkers were great. The environment was a little slow-paced but not overly so.
Technical Support, Business & Finance and ResNet (Current Employee), Statesboro, GA – November 13, 2013
Typically, we go on tickets to help students and staff members. I learned many things about networking, and social responsibilities. My manager was sub-par and I learned much from this. My co-workers were fun to hang out with. The hardest part of my job is the time constraints.
Custodian (Former Employee), Statesboro, GA – October 20, 2013
Pros: 1 hr lunch break, days off, free lunch
I enjoy the environment at GSU everyday that I worked there. They are very friendly and helpful at all times. Everyday out there was a new experience for me and I enjoyed every bit of it. I would love to work out here again someday. The hardest part of the job was just getting use to the bending and walking all day since I wasn't use to it.