Graduate Assistant (Current Employee), Las Cruces, NM – August 3, 2014
A typical day in the Marketing Dept. at NMSU can involve many duties including but not limited to survey design and construction, human subject recruiting, survey/experiment proctoring, general office duties,etc.
I first began as an Administrative Assistant then got promoted to Clinical Assistant. I learned a lot in the little time that I worked here. I learned how to run the front office and then became a clinical assistant where I did inventory and get everything set up for lab and I enjoyed working with others. This was a work study job.
Special Aid (Current Employee), Las Cruces, NM – June 11, 2014
I would encourage anyone who is a full time student to seriously consider employment at the college they go to. Management is very understanding of scheduling, and lenient so that school never takes the back burner. Generally friendly environment. However, there is not always much to do.
Student Aide (Former Employee), Las Cruces, NM – June 4, 2014
Good job all the way around from management to co workers, in a typical day you can expect to interact with many people in a relaxed environment. the job is not difficult at all and is enjoyable in the sense of being able to learn how to conduct a multi purpose center.
Multi-Media Specialist (Current Employee), Las Cruces, NM – April 11, 2014
Pros: learn a lot
Cons: bosses like to micromanage
As a student employee, the day to day meant imaging computers, installation of projectors, PCs, speakers, filming regent meetings. I learned a lot about electronics and basic troubleshooting needed for the job. The co-workers are a fun team to work with. The hardest part of the job would be terminating coaxial cables. i enjoyed the building of the teach – more... stations from scratch. – less
Communications, Outreach, Project Director, Web (Former Employee), Las Cruces, NM – January 22, 2014
Pros: many experiences
Cons: little security for staff
New Mexico State University is a great place to work in Las Cruces. Since I was staff, most of my work was grant funded. This had both a pro and a con, as funding changes had me changing positions and learning new roles. The downside of course in that situation is a lack of security.
I worked with students with disabilities, managed events, researched – more... for grants, and worked at the Arrowhead Entrepreneurial Institute in Business Planning – less
Research Technician (Former Employee), Northern New Mexico – January 21, 2014
Assisted in construction/installation of water monitoring devices in Northern New Mexico. Facilitated data collection by taking manual flow measurements at research sites. Supervised research students on how to properly maintain equipment.