Studio Aide (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 18, 2016
I arrived work and started go through the things I needed to do. Organizing the resources, cleaning each machine, sweep the floor, etc. Sometimes I get to copy the documents for my supervisor. I was the only one who worked there during the summer, so I did not have a co-worker. The management was great, it is a very great school with amazing people running the departments. The hardest part of my job was cleaning all the machines, really time-consuming. The enjoyable part was that I was allowed to take some fabrics home and create some clothing out of them.
Assistant Baseball Coach (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 8, 2016
I was fortunate enough to coach with 6 other knowledgeable coaches who helped me break through every day challenges. I learned about coaching and baseball playing knowledge every day I went into work. The most challenging part of the job was finding ways to win with such a young group of players. The most enjoyable part was working with each player and helping them grow as a player and a young man. We came in second place in our conference. This was the first time in over 20 years we had made it passed the first round of playoffs.
Teacher assistance (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 24, 2016
I worked at PhilaU for 10 months as a teacher assistant. It was a great experience and I did enjoy it. I learned many laboratory techniques and helped students learned them. The hardest part of the job was maintaing safety during experiments as there were many freshmen students that did not show any responsibilities when working on an experiment.
Physician Assistant Tutor (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 28, 2016
I worked at this position for over a year. It was a useful position to make extra money on the side, and I also learned a lot along the way because I had to refresh my memory on information I was reviewing with students.
Great Workplace, Great benefits if you can use them
Physical Plant - Grounds Management (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 17, 2015
Working at Philadelphia University can provide a plethora of great benefits to those able to take advantage of them. Employees get free tuition for graduate or undergrad classes and dependents get free undergrad tuition. The retirement match is exceptional and health benefits are very reasonable.
Gallagher Fitness Center Manager (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 21, 2015
loved the early morning shifts, being able to talk to families and friends as they came in for sporting events. Loved learning about anatomy and physiology. was able to connect things I was learning in school to the job and apply it.
Laboratory Technician (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 14, 2015
The work environment was very promising for college students to get into the work force and have hands on experience. We created our own schedules and worked what hours we needed in order to make our projects complete with our own study schedule.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia PA – April 26, 2015
The job I have as a tutor is twofold. I have office hours where people are able to drop in for math assistance. In addition, I assist with the Mathematics lab for undergraduate students. I am qualifies to tutor in all levels of math and physics that my university provides and am the only one at this level.
Work Study (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – February 27, 2015
This position at Philadelphia University has mainly taught me about responsibility and organization. The hardest part of the job is understanding that what I am doing is an important part to the University. I believe the staff is the most enjoyable part of the job because day in and day out they maintain a smile on their faces and it makes the job that much easier.
Painter/Utility/Groundskeeper, Physical Plant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 20, 2014
I learned how to balance multiple tasks at the same time. Worked well with the waitresses, dishwashers, bartenders, cooks and hostesses. I learned customer service skills and how to be friendly and outgoing with the customers when they needed some basic needs that I can do and does not involve a waitress
Security Intern, Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 1, 2014
I absolutely love Philadelphia University. The managers are awesome. The work schedule is very flexible. Throughout my intern days i learned a lot from patrolling, dispatching, CCTV and computer programing. I would recommend this place without a doubt.