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Jamestown Community College Employer Reviews

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Night Desk Attendant (Former Employee), Jamestown, NYApril 15, 2014
Great place to work. Also something to do and people are great to work with
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Convenient
Library Worker thenTutor (Former Employee), Jamestown, NYJanuary 5, 2014
Pros: convenient, flexible
Cons: minimum wage
Work-Study job, good supervisors and flexible schedule to fit around classes. Very convenient, job was on campus so classes and work fit together.
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AAS nursing program
Adjunct Nursing Faculty (Current Employee), Jamestown, NYOctober 30, 2013
rewarding opportunity to provide education
good co-workers
flexible
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Great Place to work!
Institutional Research Assistant (Current Employee), Jamestown, NYMay 16, 2013
Pros: great support network, caring environment, summer hours
Cons: lots of processes that could use review or streamlining to be more effective.
A great place to work! Co-workers are friendly and caring. Everyone is a valued part of the JCC team. Surrounded by talented individuals who listen to your ideas and encourage professional development.
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I had very much enjoyed my years at the college. It is a wonderful environment of students and professionals.
Adjunct History Instructor (Former Employee), Jamestown, NYApril 12, 2012
Pros: tickets to events, student relations, academic freedoms
Cons: no healthcare, minimal retirement benefits, mileage
I was an adjunct and at times taught up to four courses and two campuses. So a typical day would be travel, prep, and lecture. THe remaining time was devoted to the students during office hours. I often used the time in between students to grade, prepare other lessons and update the online learning modules.

I learned a great deal from this position. – more... For example, time managment is critical. It could be difficult to wedge it all in during campus hours otherwise the resources (including other staff) may not be available. I had to learn to think more than a few steps ahead, I planned a semester ahead. Another example would be flexibility. Students at a two-year college have different agendas. I had to work with them all: transfers, repeaters, low-placement scores.

I think I enjoyed my co-workers most. It is something lacking at my current position: the intellectual stimulation. I enjoyed discussing classroom strategies, the newest higher-education issues, politics.... They were a solid group of people that really devoted themselves to thier jobs. I admire that. – less