Cons: sometimes not having the right equipment to work with
I would get my assignment, then perform my between breaks & lunch. I've learned to work as a team player & with different machines & equipment. If I needed a hand with anything my co-worker where always availble to help me out. Entering the womens restroom to clean it. Meeting new people from different ethnicities
Leadership Development (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – June 25, 2014
Pros: volunteer alumni
Volunteer: after graduate I contunie to volunteer when ask I volunteer with other Alumni. I enjoy it because I assisted with a diversity of need it kids and parents with donation for winter coats, hats and gloves
Interim Transfer Enrollment Coordinator (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – March 31, 2014
Pros: great experience
Cons: only a temporary position
A typical day was data input, meeting with students and researching resources for the program. I learned to work on excell, and constant contact. Co-workers were team players and very helpful. The hardest part of the job, was learning constant contact. The most enjoyable was working with the students
Wireless Network Support Tech (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – February 18, 2014
Pros: fun interacting with people, and supportive co workers.
Cons: rules constantly changed every week.
A typical day of work involves signing up students and staff for WiFi. Management is supportive. Co-workers are friendly. Changing of rules every week was the hardest part. The enjoyable part of the job was interacting with students and staff.
Undergraduate Research Assistant (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – January 13, 2014
My experience with Northeastern Illinois University has been spectacular. My PIs have been extremely supportive and the guidance and experience I got here has been great. I grew a great deal as a person and researcher with their help.
IT Support Associate (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – January 3, 2014
Cons: year long probationary period, uncomfortable workplace
There is more diversity with the student body than with the actual employees. If you are looking for a comfortable environment with diversity this is not one for you. If you are hired you are on a year probationary period where you can be fired for a numerous reasons and without an explanation.
Referee/Staff/Supervisor (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – October 4, 2013
Northeastern Illinois University, also known as NEIU is a university located in the northeast side of Chicago. It is the most diverse school in the Midwest, and second to most diverse school in the nation. I'm a NEIU graduate and I served as a Senator of the Student Government Association. I also worked at the Parking Office and Campus Recreation Department, – more... and officiated several sports as a student at NEIU. Overall, a great experience. – less
Parking Agent (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – September 12, 2013
Supervisors provide real world business experience. I learned managing purchase orders, communicating with accounts controller, monthly audits of invoices and collaborating among different departments.
I worked on the Microbiology Cryopreservation project.
Microbiology Research Associate (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – August 16, 2013
It was my responsability to create a library of microogranisms through aseptic conditions for Biology classes at NEIU. I isolated, grew, and amplified positive and negative microorganisms and also fungi. This project is extremely important as it assures a high variability of microorganisms and it avoids genetic drift.
Student Computing Services is a great job for busy students
Student Computing Services (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – June 24, 2013
Pros: the scheduling
Cons: none really
A very easy going place to work with the most flexible scheduling I have ever seen in my life. The management is terrific and you always feel like they are on your team. The co-workers are terrific as well, we have a lot of fun. The hardest part of the job is the occasional time-sink person who wants you to do every little thing for them, "How do I – more... open an email?". All in all a perfect job for a busy student. – less