To make sure that the students and staff received their lunch/dinner
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – 320 Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA – July 30, 2015
Working at Haverford College was a true experience thing, that made me get the backbone to appreciate people that worked in a dining facilities. working in the dish room was the hardest, managers including myself were fair and considerate of the employees. The most enjoyable part of the job were lunch/dinner time, we all sat an talked about our day.
Research Analyst (Former Employee) – Haverford, PA – July 21, 2015
The size of the institution resulted in a significant amount of interaction with key leaders and stakeholders. Learned about the other side of higher education and the difficulties faced by small liberal arts colleges.
Front-end Web Engineer and Back-end Developer (Current Employee) – Haverford, PA – October 29, 2013
I learned an immense amount about design, programming, and client-software interaction during the summer I spent at Haverford. The friends I made in the office both were willing to help me learn and often asked for help -- allowing me to apply my knowledge to solve problems that were "outside" of my area of study.
The hardest part of the job was learning on my own -- yet that also was the most awarding. The most memorable part of my summer was when advisor funded travel up to Boston so that I could collaborate with colleagues at Harvard and improve my database querying abilities.
Flexible hours, could work from home if desired, didgeridoo breaks
Advisors were out of country for a majority of the summer, but still contactable.
A entertaining place to work that incorportates sports, mentoring, interesting programs and presentations for faculty, staff and adminidtration and th
Head Coach Women's Tennis, Assoc Dir of Athletics (Former Employee) – Haverford, PA – February 14, 2013
A typical day; begins and ends with checking my home computer for communications, updates and news concerning recruited student-athletes, administrator requests/announcements, answering communications; I may or may not eat breakfast at home or on the road to work; arrive at work, review e-mails, meetings, mentoring, committee meetings, etc, lunch on the run or no lunch, sport practices during the day, evening and/or night; I directly supervise 1-2 assistant coaches; I may supervise events such as basketball games, soccer games, etc; I am one of 22 full-time coaches in my department, I answer to one administrator in my department; the hardest part of the job to to make sure that all requests are covered and to foresee any unanticipated situations to facilitate the smooth running of the daily regimen of the department and my team; the challenge of it all
1. schedule my own daily, nightly, and weekend schedule 2. can answer family emergencies without risking retailiation
1. requests from people who are not familiar with athletic management