Research Assistant Intern (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – February 26, 2014
Although this job was considered an internship, I also took classes and received a full semester school credits to complete a minor in Psychology. I was assigned readings and assignments to complete on my time off, which were closely related to the duties I was performing at the hospital, therefore it was really intense and challenging three months. But, overall, I really enjoyed working and learning in a highly professional environment
Working in a highly professional environment, and getting a real life experience.
Student Representative/Ambassador (Current Employee) – Tacoma, WA – May 11, 2017
A typical day at work comprised of mailing packages, checking out vacuums, and directing visitors on how to get to buildings. I learned how to work with people no matter what kind of mood they were in. The ability to communicate and work with the students was very valuable and will serve as a great great talent to have for other jobs.
Working with students and helping them keep their comitments in paying for their classes
Accounts Receivable Manager (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – March 24, 2017
Educating students on all the avenues of paying for their education and Promissory Notes; which I used only as last ditch effort. I loved dealing with the cashier department and directly with the students.
Campus Safety Video Officer (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – January 25, 2017
Watched cameras daily to ensure safety on campus grounds. The management was well they worked with my school schedule. I learned how to dispatch to safety officers out in the field. The hardest part of the job was working some graveyard shifts and then not have enough sleep before attending class.
Part-Time Job while obtaining my Bachelor's degree.
Interlibrary Loan Assistant (Former Employee) – Parkland, WA – January 4, 2017
This job worked really well with my school/class schedule so I could make a little extra money while I worked towards my Bachelor's degree. While here, I got to build all of my communication, administrative, and other skills.
Computer Purchasing and Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – Tacoma Wa – October 23, 2015
Pacific Lutheran University has a great atmosphere. Teamwork was a daily exercise. I managed client hardware calls and purchased computer equipment. I supervised 4-6 student worker technicians, teaching them how to fix hardware issues. The hardest part of the job was working with coworkers who went outside of their job and tried to fix issues out of their realm and we had to explain to the client what happened and then fix the problem. Most of the coworkers were great with a positive attitude. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to help our clients with their computers problems. Working with some great people.
Great benifits, being able to take the time off at short notice if needed, culture of the the campus
Not being taken seriously by the boss, being blamed for other peoples mistakes.
Clinical Assistant Professor (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – December 24, 2014
I worked as the nursing instructor for master's level nursing students in psychiatric nursing. I learned a great deal about effective nursing management. I worked on a staff with two other nursing instructors to effectively educate these nursing students. My greatest accomplishment was to mentor these students to become professional nurses.
Director of Content Development (Current Employee) – Tacoma, WA – September 18, 2014
Great place to work, and good people to work with. Culture is changing a bit though, and less warm than it used to be. Love working around the students and their hope and passion. Learned that there is life after journalism.
Fun and interesting diverse people to work with. Good experience in many different situations.
Operations Supervisor - Campus Safety (Former Employee) – Tacoma, WA – December 20, 2013
A typical day at work would be me showing up getting any pass downs from the previous operations supervisor about anything that had happened during the previous three shifts that I needed to be aware of. Then checking schedule for any inconsistencies and address those. I would normally then do a quick walk through the entire campus checking for any safety issues or anything that should have been completed on the shifts before that hadn't. I would then go over any reports that had been submitted for approval review and either submit them or send them back for corrections. During this I continually listened to the radio and responded to any incidents that may require higher supervision. Also dealt with policy violations, maintenance issues, and non students violating the law on or near campus. I learned how to deal with people from a wide variety of backgrounds, beliefs, and upbringings. I didn't deal with my management very much. I was mainly left on my own. When there were major incidents involving the sheriffs, or fire department they would back up the decisions I made to their higher ups. I would meet with them about once every three months and discuss what had been going on, trends in crime, safety issues etc. Hardest part of the job was convincing the students that enforcing the rules was for their own good. Most enjoyable part of the job was the flexibility of day to day routine. Also dealing with different situations and having to create win win situations.
Flexibility in day to day work routine. Work to time off ratio.
All meetings were during my time off, and I was salaried.