Police Intern (Current Employee) – New Concord, OH – January 25, 2016
A knowledgeable work environment that allowed me to manage the office and work dispatch for the station.. The Chief of Police kept me in the circle when pertaining to important features that benefited my future.
Very well structured and organized work environment
Secretary/Receptionist (Current Employee) – New Concord, OH – January 18, 2016
I would come in the morning turn on all computers, make coffee for professors. I would begin by reading and responding to emails and returning calls and and confirming appointments. After that my day consists of a series of making copies, filing and color coding documents, answering phones and transferring calls, and creating words documents and spreadsheets. This job has taught me to be more organized, to better manage my time, it has strengthened my analytical abilities, and it has ultimately shaped me into a more mature and professional individual.
Lobby Attendant/Ticket Taker (Former Employee) – New Concord, OH – December 18, 2015
Working in the Athletic Department made me increase my social interaction skills overall. The most enjoyable part of the job was having the guests who entered Muskingum University be welcomed and enjoying the visit.
Productive and fun workplace while meeting new people and working on computers
Computer Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – New Concord Ohio – February 3, 2015
A typical day at work was usually enjoyable. I would help a handful of students each day with the computers in the lab while keeping it organized. I learned how to manage helping more than one person at at time. Controlling a room of people so that no one lost their cool. I had great co-workers, however, there was only one of us working at a time. The hardest part of the job was getting everyone to leave the lab at closing time. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new people. Every person I helped became another familiar friendly face on campus.
Sometimes was able to get homework done if no students were in the lab.
Athletics Coach/Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – New Concord, OH – December 31, 2014
Ok place to work, very backwards in terms of technology/institutional advancements/modern amenities. Everyone is friendly to your face, but will throw you under the bus to get ahead/look good to a boss. Lots of bait & switch during the job interview process and nothing was delivered as promised when actually hired. The retirement benefits and salary is what is keeping me here because they are generous. Gorgeous campus but it is a shame they don't do more for the students here, average graduation rate is under 60% with less than 2,000 students enrolled?
salary, retirement benefit payout
health benefits, catty work environment, lack of technology/wifi
Sanitation Engineer (Current Employee) – New Concord, OH – September 4, 2014
I clean and have learned the ins and outs of the buildings I am in. The management doesn't hover which is really nice and allows you to get your job done without constant interruption. My coworkers are nice for the most part but as with any job there are a couple of people who do not work well with others.
Student Assistant (Former Employee) – New Concord, OH – August 6, 2013
This was a great job that allowed me to work with amazing people. This was not a demanding job, but was one that taught me many skills about office management and a great way to make some extra income for school.
Great place to gain experience for a future career.
English Literature and Writing Tutor (Current Employee) – New Concord, OH – April 6, 2013
Muskingum University offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs for those wishing to seek higher education. While at school, students have the opportunity to engage in student employment that will help prepare them for their future careers.
Resident Assistant (Former Employee) – New Concord, OH – March 6, 2013
• Advise and mentor 35 to 40 residents • Create and plan educational programs • Attend leadership conference and regular staff meetings • Enforce university policies and handle conflict resolution • Manage front desk of residence halls • Create passive programing for bulletin boards • Accurately and timely complete weekly reports