Professor (Current Employee) – Germantown, MD – April 16, 2016
I teach a mix class of students; those who are crediting the class for a grade and seniors who audit the class to keep in shape. This class can be challenging at time in the way of Letting the seniors use the facility as a health club and teaching the students the curriculum of the book. I start the class with an active flexibility routine then lecture just a bit to give everyone proper guidance.
I get to give back and help those who are not able to afford personal training
top heavy, difficult to advance, great benefits and perks
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – September 28, 2015
a significant amount of recent turnover has cause morale to decrease. Employees are very caring and passionate about what they do. Top heavy environment with considerable amount of micromanaging. An enjoyable aspect of the job is exposure to a broad spectrum of people.
Interesting, always learning, busy and variety of assignments
Administrative Assistant in Health Careers (Current Employee) – Pottstown, PA – August 12, 2015
My typical day is very busy with a variety of tasks and no two days are ever alike. Multitasking is an important component to my job as I have three programs I support. I am the only administrative assistant in my assigned area however I have a great relationships with my colleagues in other departments. The most enjoyable part of my job is the students I come in contact with and build relationships with over the course of several years. When they move on and are successful, it is very rewarding. My immediate supervisors are all professional and caring individuals and although they each have a different style we have a very cohesive and successful team.
Associate Controller (Current Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – July 16, 2015
Strong emphasis on data driven results and reports. Focus on student success and access. Financial programs cumbersome and limited; intensive manual reporting - but flexible to accommodate most needs and requests.
Student Employee (Former Employee) – Pottstown, PA – March 17, 2015
I would come into work; check paper level in printer to see if a refill was necessary, check supplies to see if they needed to be refilled, check email, check to see if professors need anything, write schedule for next day, and do homework if I had any.
I learned how to fix paper jams in the printer/copier
I had great and positive co-workers.
The most enjoyable part of my job was the conversations that I would have with the professors.
Lively Art Usher (Current Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – March 6, 2015
My day at work is fun I love it. I get to meet different artist and get to see them perform life on stage. My co-workers are fun to be with and very friendly, the hardest part of my job is trying to get the exact seat of each guest. It is not really hard to figure out because the sits are numbered. I enjoy the part when the performance begins.
Student Coordinator (Former Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – February 24, 2015
I worked in a grant funded program for a little under a year. The working environment was aesthetically pleasing and the campus beautifully maintained. While the environment appeared to be great on the surface there are deep rooted issues in the Student Success Center. Most of the counselors and advisors have been at the college for a long time and treated new employees unfairly. Most times I was not even acknowledged by colleagues when saying "good morning" or "hello." The Dean of the department abruptly resigned leaving a counselor to take over his responsibilities.
The program I previously worked in has a huge turnover rate due to mismanagement by the director. I was a part time employee who was essentially held responsible for running the program as well as coordinating services for students. The students in the program were not pleased with the director and how she pushed away the staff that previously worked there. The director refused to meet or see students even though we were short staffed. Also, daily schedules were not consulted with and a lot of things were just dropped in my lap. Staff concerns about the director and lack of leadership were brought to Human Resources with no resolve in place. Many of those in leadership positions throughout the college were also leaving and going to other organizations. There was a huge turnover during the amount of time that I spent employed at the college. Students pursuing 2 year degree programs and certificate programs were averaging 6 years to complete their academic programs. The college needs to really workmore... on interpersonal relations between staff members and leadership or they will continue to lose valuable employees.less
I ask weekly queries based on Entertainment, Pop Culture, Personality, and Interests.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – July 25, 2014
This is just a hobby in-which I do on Campus. I think of what to ask for that week. There are going to be a few enhancements in Fall 2014. My Producer is the Montco's Associate Director of Media Technology.
Computer Laboratory Aide (Current Employee) – Blue Bell, PA – June 9, 2014
MCCC is an exciting fun place to work and there is always something new coming up. Things change daily around here and I must stay on top of the daily situations as they come up. Take care of Printers and computers in the Lower Level Computer Lab. Help Students and Tutors with software and equipment as problems arise. Security, applications, and helping students stay up to date with the newest technologies with all current Pcs in the lab is my job description. Work with the It Help Desk to repair problems that arise. I currently work part time.