Director of Multicultural Affairs (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – January 6, 2018
As I don't have anything nice to say, I'm not going to say anything at all...except maybe reconsider this work environment of any part of your identity has been historically oppressed or underrepresented in the US. .
Line Cook (Current Employee) – Hamburg, NY – January 5, 2018
Hilbert's kitchen is generally pretty quiet, and you get to do your own thing most of the time, as long as you're doing your assigned role. If you're actually the line cook, you get to interact with the students pretty frequently, which can be fairly entertaining. Every now and then you can get a bit busy, but other than that the job is fairly relaxed.
Day Counselor (Former Employee) – Hamburg, NY – November 3, 2017
Loved being able to help other kids learn the process of how to become a successful college student. Helping them set a structure for their day, planning for all other parts of their life and maintaining focus on their goal.
Game Management and Weight Room Attendant (Former Employee) – Hamburg, NY – February 15, 2016
Work required flexibility and adapting to different positions frequently, which I enjoyed participating in. Game Management responsibilities included: Setting up field or court prior to game start; Coordinating with officials and coaches; Actively accomplishing assigned duty (i.e. recording game, livestream, recording stats, etc.); and helping clean up court or field at end of game. Weight room attendant responsibilities included managing the entire weight room for several hours at a time, including: clean-up, check-ins, and questions.
Campus Safety Officer (Current Employee) – Hamburg, NY – January 5, 2016
My typical night at work consists of responding to a variety of calls from residents,visitors,staff and faculty. The hardest part of my job is responding to certain calls. Im the title IV investigator which handles all cases of harassment. Im on call 24/7,365 for this, and these calls are extremely hard to handle emotionally and physically at times. I love helping victims, but it can be very draining.
A typical day involved talking with prospective and current students, faculty, staff, and guidance counselors. The most difficult part of the job is probably travel season, since we are not home very much. The most enjoyable part of the job has been seeing students committing to Hilbert and enjoying their college experience. I also have enjoyed my coworkers.
Work Study (Current Employee) – Hamburg, New York – December 2, 2011
Great atmosphere to work in. Employees are easy to get along with. There's always work that needs to be done. They set a good example of professionalism and greet prospective students in a great manner which is important when students are looking to go to college.
they are very flexible
i can only work there on financial aid money, while i'm in school