Assis Dir of Campus Life & Student Engagement (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – January 5, 2017
Lack of Communication Bad business decisions Lack of support Ran like a corporation rather than a university the students do not come first Not for me but does not mean others will not enjoy it. There are some great people here and the students. The experience I've faced dealing with unfair treatment I would not wish on anyone
Lifeguard (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – December 28, 2016
I have learned how to be a better leader to friends and colleagues. I find the job to be enjoyable for the most part. I really like interacting with other people and spending time outdoors. Overall, the NSU facility has been a great place to work at.
Technical Support (Current Employee) – Davie, FL – December 20, 2016
its a part time job, so get work at 9am. get coffee and then kick start my day, confirm from my supervisor what needs to be done, and get to it take my 15 break at noon, and get back to regular work schedule till closing.
The job was great with a laid back environment. They made it fun and exciting to come to work everyday. We had company meetings with food nearly twice a week. I didn't work in one area during my time there. I alternated between the Dean's office and the front desk lobby.
Free lunches, company outings, and student interactions
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Davie, FL – November 29, 2016
great place to work. Professional environment. room for growth. Conduct interviews via phone and in person for the Department of Enrollment and Student Services job openings. -Assist other call center representatives by providing adequate training. -Counsel students, including international students via phone and email regarding Admission, Financial Aid, Bursar, and Registrar questions and issues. -Ability to resolve students account issues or affiliated conflicts without involving a supervisor, but providing paper trail for updates if needed. -Verify student’s demographics to protect student’s personal identity. -Act as supervisor or lead during their absence when needed.
Research Associate (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – November 9, 2016
There is so much hate to latinos, to people that came with the idea to do better in this country. Very bad organize,The most enjoyable part it was the beautiful installations, and the benefits. But at expenses of bad salary.
This is a great place to work for. Everyone is very friendly
Receptionist/Secretary (Current Employee) – Davie, FL – November 6, 2016
I have worked here for four years and it is a very good place. I work with students and faculty every day. I have to schedule certain events and classes, also answer phones and connect to correct person or places. I am also responsible for distributing all the mail that comes in and delivering it. Over all it is a very good place to work at. My co-workers are also very nice to work with, we all get along great and we have a fun place to work from.
My work day stars by checking emails, voice mails, and fax. My responsibility is to make sure that children that cannot be seen in the dental clinic due to behavior management and have severe dental work get scheduled to be seen in the Operating Room. When I first started there was a wait list to be seen in the OR from 6-8 months. Within the last year I have been able to reduce the list of patients and just have them wait 2 months. I have learned a lot dealing with dental care as well hospital codes and being very organized when dealing with so much information from each patient. I schedule 30 patients a month so maintaining everything organized is very important. This is just a small portion of my day, I also help the front end staff by check-in and out patients, making sure all of the patient charts are up to date also making sure the patient does not have an outstanding balance. I also help with verifying insurance and answering phones. I am the only employee in the front end that has been here the longest. Since I am always getting new temps I learned that training becomes very complicated when I am the only one training. I decided to help myself and those employees coming in by providing them with new employee packets in which it shows them step by step on what needs done in the clinic on a daily base. It also provides tools just in case they are stuck they can always look back at their handouts. This was something that was not provided to me as a new employee but it helps with the on-boarding process for others that come in. The hardest part of my job is when we getmore... a very upset parent come to the front and then I have to come in to mediate and help the parent and calm them down. I consider it hard because parents whom are upset are not always the easiest to deal with. When I do speak to them and explain to them what is going on in detail they seem to calm down and understand. The most enjoyable part of my job is when I know that because of all my hard work a child was able to get all of his dental work done in one visit at an out patient facility. It is satisfying because it feels good to hear a thank you from a parent for helping their child be relieved from pain.less