Institutional Research and Assessment Intern (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – December 6, 2017
A typical day at work involved analyzing data that had the possibility to directly impact the University. I learned how to analyze data and summarize it as well as gained more experience with Microsoft Excel.
Work study in the Student Involvement Office (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – August 16, 2017
Any typical day I would retrieve the mail and separate the mail into the different groups we had. Then I would sit at the front desk and greet anyone who came into the office. Occasionally my manger would have other projects for me to work on including to organize the drink closet and making posters for upcoming events.
Front Desk Assistant (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – April 16, 2017
My job is part of a work study position. I love my position at my school because it is on campus and I am allowed to do my homework when times are slow. It is relaxed and though I am not paid as much, it is enough money to 'get by.'
Federal Work Study Student (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – January 21, 2016
It was my first experience at job and it the hours varied per week with sporting events. It was a way to earn more money to pay for university. It was a standard federal work study that allowed me to earn some job skills.
A pleasant place to work with good pay and benefits.
Assistant Director of Operations (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – January 23, 2015
It is a pleasant place to work with good benefits. Upper management felt fairly distant, but rarely interfered in what was needed to accomplish departmental level goals. There was a great deal of turn over above me in my final 5 years there which made it difficult for me to get a feel for the direction that the university and my department was heading. Personally I found that difficult, but its an above average place to work with a number of great people that it calls employees.
full benefits, education benefits, sense of community
continuous leadership changes, quirky due to size and industry
My time with Ohio Dominican University , Columbus, Ohio has been rewarding. I have gained additional experience in buying for the University, accounts payable and accounts receivable. The people employed at ODU are unique in every way. A wonderful staff to work with.
My reason for leaving is the driving distance. I would like to secure a position in Richland County, Ohio where I live.
security (Current Employee) – Columbus, Oh – September 14, 2014
It is a fun place to work, but the extremely low pay rate and the serious incompentance of a member of upper management make this security outfit a joke with a badge. Expect bs emails that make no sense, can't get a straight answer and be micro managed by someone that can't spell manager. But, that's what you get when your upper management doesn't have a college degree and he has a checkered background......
Security Assistant/Guard (Former Employee) – CO – September 8, 2014
A typical day working this postion consist of doing perimeter checks, bag checks, and saftey checks. I learned to be diligent in my work as a result of being employed by this company. Management and co-workers were all excellent to work with and for.
Public Safety Officer (Former Employee) – Colunbus oh – May 9, 2014
I loved that job. Learned more about my role as a secuity officer on a college campus then any other previous job. My imeadte supervisors however are a diferant matter. Any small thing you do wrong is magnified 1000x. Wanted to become shift supervisior. My former supervisor laughed at me. Lost my job becuase of small stuff that that they blew completely out of purportion. But still loved that job
• Typical day: Event planning and execution • What I learned: learning a process of everything that goes into an event beyond stats • Management: fun upbeat and energetic • Coworkers: ranged in ages from 18-22 • Hardest part of the job: events that weren't up to par • Most enjoyable part of the job: successful events
I was a resident assistant for the first year and then promoted to a staff assistant for the next two years. My responsibility included being over an average of 75 students and being their point of contact for whatever they needed. I also made rounds of the buildings and enforced the school policies and laws. The hardest part of my job was not making a difference in all the students lives and seeing some leave ODU. The best part of the job was making a connection with some of the students and making a difference in their life.
Working with a wide variety of individuals on a daily basis.
Not having enough time in the day to help everyone.