LAB ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – August 21, 2017
A typical day would be setting up and taking down experiments. The great thing about working as a lab assistant was that it allowed me to become more adjusted to lab techniques, such as pipetting. Moreover, since it was in a school environment, I was already familiar with the professors and students, it was very comfortable and enjoyable.
I worked in the University's Community Relations and Donor department. It was a great department to work in because I worked with people that wanted to make a difference for the students. They wanted the University to be seen as a viable force in the community and provide scholarship opportunities for all students. It was very rewarding.
University is run like a business with more emphasis put on profit than education. This trickles down to how management treats their employees. Each department and college are a different experience when working with or for them. Working at NSU was like watching my career go down with a slow sinking ship.
Director of Hospitality and Building Operations (Former Employee) – North Miami Beach, FL – August 10, 2017
After 16 years of working on that particular university, I created something that it was not there before. They created a position for me, I then created the department from scratch, unfortunately due to a downsizing transition the department was eliminated after 16 years of functioning successfully. Everyday was a different event, special meeting, 6 people, or maybe 350 for which everything was already planned, and just needed to be executed. Worked with different departments together to make achieve all goals and objectives. For me it was the passion for the job, for others was the excitement, fun and free food. ultimately, I could call it a family at work.
Resources, gym, showers for after excercising during lunch breaks and free coffe.
Some of the staff might have taken advantage of the freedom and perks.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – August 7, 2017
Workplace culture is friendly and well educated. Employees gather monthly for general meetings ensuring effective communication about various topics. Employees work closely with each other, mentoring and growing collectively.
CLERK (Former Employee) – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – July 31, 2017
The employees were nice. Everybody got along with each other. Management treated everybody fairly. The workload was pretty easy except on the day after a holiday. The yearly raises wasn't all that good.
Nova Southeastern University is a very professional and highly regarded University in Florida. It has an extensive training program for its faculty and has a healthy work environment. Strong sense of family in terms of its culture.
Compensation is reasonable.
Strong training program for faculty and great work envirnment
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Davie, FL – June 28, 2017
Decent pay for a position which was part time and for students. The work was interesting since I worked as a research assistant for a professor on behalf of a few companies. Would recommend anyone with the opportunity to take a job like this takes it, just be prepared to work under 20 hours a week depending on the nature of the research.
Make own hours for the most part, decent pay, good boss
Central Supervisor (Former Employee) – North Miami Beach, FL – June 14, 2017
I enjoyed working with various departments. Position advancements and opportunities were good. I like that I had the opportunity to work and complete my degrees at the same time. Co-workers, Faculty and students were a treat to work with, as well as, supportive throughout the time I was employed.
Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) – North Miami Beach, FL – June 6, 2017
This workplace was always fun, see different peoples all the long... I worked with some great people made new friends that felt like family. The only problem was it came to an end... But I enjoyed learning so much.