Referee (Former Employee), Nashville, TN – April 19, 2014
You get to referee for you friends and all the people you go to school it was a blast. You get to do a lot with them and be around the game. You get to see who wins the championship. Really relaxed job.
Admissions Counselor (Current Employee), Nashville, TN – January 9, 2014
The environment at Lipscomb is phenomenal; there is a wonderful community feel, even among people with whom you do not work directly. While there are ups and downs to the job, they value their employees highly.
working for Lipscomb University was such a great place to work for. i learned alot about landscaping and the people of nashville were awesome
Facilities management (Former Employee), Nashville, TN – October 30, 2013
Pros: buffet lunch room, free ball games
in the morning we would have a meeting to be sure everyone was on the same page teamwork was a big key to working their..I learned how to do many different things planting trees, flowers, shrubs. management was great from supervisors, teachers, students, all the way to the President of the university. my co workers are the best group of guys I have – more... ever worked with. the hardest part of that job was having to leave, the most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that my mark was left at Lipscomb. turning something ugly into something beautiful. – less
Project Ulpan Field Coordinator (Current Employee), Nashville, TN – June 29, 2013
I loved working at Lipscomb because it gave me to opportunity to explore areas of my interest, like the work I have done in Guatemala. My supervisor allowed me a lot of flexibility and space to get my tasks accomplished and was always open to new ideas I would propose regarding process and procedures.