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Fun place to work
Customer Service (Former Employee), Seattle, WaMay 20, 2014
Pros: hour lunches
Cons: health care
Managed the different stations and made sure the people that were visiting were safe. The building that I worked in was always busy, so I had to make sure things were running smoothly.
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Productive, fast paced, great people and fun place to work
Graphic Design Internship (Former Employee), Seattle, WAMarch 2, 2014
Pros: great co-workers, free mono-rail and imax tickets
I thoroughly enjoyed my graphic design internship there. Everyone you come across while working there, were always ready to help with, or explain things you didn't understand, and were willing to let you try different things. It's a fun though very fast paced environment, in which you have to be ready to switch from doing something to something else – more... at the drop of a hat. – less
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Fun and Engaging Museum
Discovery Corp Science Interpreter (Former Employee), Seattle waNovember 9, 2013
Pros: changing positions, free bus pass
Every day we started with a floor meeting so we would know what going on that day/week in the museum. Then we switched positions with our coworkers according to our schedules. Moving from exhibit to exhibit was a really good way to keep the employees engaged. Sitting at one exhibit all day would have made engaging visitors in thought provoking conversation – more... difficult. Everyone in management was fair and helpfull. The hardest part of the job was having to make sure visitors were following the rules. There were alot of specific rules for each exhibit and it was up to us to know which rules applied where. My favorite part of the job was that we had to come up with out own way to engage visitors. The best way was to go home and research the exhibits subject and figure out how to link the new facts with the facts already on display. – less
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Great place to work, great co-workers, room for growth in lower employee relationships
Guest Services Representative (Former Employee), Seattle, WANovember 19, 2012
Pros: free movies, free museum admission, great people
Cons: fluctuating hours, dealing with difficult people, management could be better
I worked at PacSci for just under two years in G.S. I really enjoyed the people that I worked with, and the benefits surrounding the films and exhibits. Hours were always dependent on the season, so during the holidays and summers, there were plenty of hours to go around, the rest of the year hours came at a premium. They always keep you below full – more... time status to prevent you from getting medical benefits, which always says a lot about how much a company really cares about you. It was a good stop gap job that provided a lot of cheap dates for my wife an I. – less