Cons: insurance coverage if you are part time or seasonal
Working at Universal is a great feeling as most supervisors and leads take you into consideration all the time whether you are full time, part time or seasonal. There are always opportunities for advancement.
Coordinator, Production Logistics (Current Employee), Stamford, CT – July 14, 2014
I greatly enjoy working for NBC. I had the unique opportunity of working in Stamford, CT and in Sochi, Russia prior to, during and after the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games. I lived in Sochi, Russia for six months which was truly the experience of a lifetime. I utilized my Russian language skills to build relationships with vendors while in Russia, – more... who proved to be invaluable to our entire operation. – less
A great place to work and meet people in all walks of life.
Superintendent (Former Employee), Hollywood, CA – July 9, 2014
Pros: there were free lunches in the lunchroom with all the actors, directors and producers.
Cons: breaks were whenever i had a free moment, which was rare, but time passed quickly.
Universal Studios was a typical movie and TV workplace that gave me autonomy throughout the property. I was responsible for renovations and new constructions of all executive and office workers building. The education of such a workplace was and experience I will never forget. It included sets from all Universal movies and the inner workings of such – more... as well as some of the older western sets and the way the settlers lived and died. The most enjoyable part of the job was to see how movies were made both on the sets and the sound stages, where most of the scenes were shot. I think the hardest part was taking all of the aura in and remembering how they were put together. – less
Cart Attendant (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – July 7, 2014
The company was about high in fashion. The benefits of working there was not all that great. Although they did have a great way of teaching the employees how to get out there and try there best to make sale, meet new people, and how to bring good customer services.
Cashier/Customer Liaison (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – July 4, 2014
Identified and corrected payment errors Effectively utilized point of sale scanner to eradicate errors Interacted with clients to provide a welcoming atmosphere Accepted payments for services rendered Routinely balanced sales receipts against cash collected
Master Control Operator (Current Employee), Richmond, VA – July 3, 2014
Pros: knowing a lot people counting on you to do your job correctly
Cons: lack of team work
Finding and fixing problems. In this industry you are always learning something The job is all about time management Get along with all co-workers Anticipating problems before they air. Catching said problems and when everything works correctly.
Performed as Line Producer. I learned to be a field Producer, also Scriptwriting and segment production for television. I love to work with editors, I learned for them apply appropriate graphics format to each segment, researched material for segments and produce images and data.
The hardest part was coordinate guest appearances on shows and the most – more... enjoyable is to be a Line Producer – less