Volunteer Teaching Assistant for R546 (Former Employee), Bloomington, IN – November 14, 2015
Having a contingent plan, time management, collaboration, efficient and effective, knowing enough about client or audiences, division of labor, having strong objectives, skills/knowledge about tools/artifacts, strong presentation skills.
Lead Network Engineer (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – September 22, 2015
Pros: unbeatable benefits and free software
Cons: hard to move around and develop new skill sets
This place provides a steady work place but it does seem to get stagnant after a while. There are projects the come along but most of the time it seems to be a typical routine managing equipment and handling issues that come with a large university network infrastructure.
Custodian/Janitor (Former Employee), Bloomington, IN – August 4, 2015
My work day started at 10:00pm to 6:30am. I worked as a custodian at the college campus at all the different buildings. Worked cleaning up classrooms before the next school day, cleaned bathrooms, moped floors. I waxed and buffed floors too.
Network Specialist (Current Employee), Bloomington, IN – August 3, 2015
Remediate issues with customer & campus systems Close interaction with IU Electronics regarding communications with University Telecom equipment and field devices, such as Security/Ademco Panels Install and test cabling following Indiana University procedures Install and diagnose connectivity with Wireless Access Points Install and register VoIP phones for departments inside of Indiana University
Member, Phi Alpha Delta Pre-law Fraternity (Former Employee), Bloomington, IN – June 9, 2015
I loved IU. It's a huge school, but I don't feel like just a number. I have an overwhelming amount of support from both students and faculty, and there are so many opportunities all around you. If you are interested in business, music/the arts, or research, IU is the place to be. And even if those aren't your interests, you can make your own major! The only thing you really can't do here is engineering.
Telecommunications Consultant (Former Employee), Bloomington, Indiana – May 30, 2015
Cons: Wanted stepford workers
They hate individuality. Tried to beat it out of me for 27 years. It paid well, but that was back in the day when you could retire here. Got laid off after 27 years and would not have to have a degree to get a job like I had. They want young people that they can pay an hourly wage with no benefits now. I loved my co-workers. The managers were inept and there was a real "good old boys" culture.
Office of Admissions and Financial Aid Assistant (Current Employee), Bloomington, IN – May 16, 2015
Pros: Getting to work with people, great co workers
Cons: Can be monotonous work
IU is a great place to work. I could make my own hours to fit with my school schedule. The office work was methodical and I was able to listen to music as I worked. I also sometimes stepped in as a front desk receptionist, which I LOVED. I love working with people and solving problems.
Computer Consultant (Former Employee), Bloomington, IN – April 24, 2015
Typically I sat in a computer lab in one of the buildings on the IU campus and helped students using the labs with computer issues such as helping them with programs like photoshop, word, or excel, implementing quick troubleshooting fixes to hardware available such as computers, printers, and routers, and keeping the area clean and maintained.