Excellent place for international students to feel at home.
Student Worker/ Administrative assistant (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – May 13, 2017
This job requires a lot of patience and will power. Understanding different cultures and dealing with student related matters. Assisting students with enrollment, adding/ dropping of classes and keeping student in track. The administrative part deals with ordering materials, reserving rooms, handling technical service related matters, health insurance payments/verifications, payroll, reimbursement, travel reports and event planning. A great place to learn about problem solving and dealing with different situations. During new student orientation, things heat up and the job doubles up. However, workers learn how to file student document in the right manner and to verify various sensitive documents. All in all, a friendly and healthy environment for employees to grow in an educational field.
A welcoming, safe environment for all students and faculty.
Peer Health Educator (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – February 24, 2017
Riverside City College Student Health and Psychological Services is a welcoming and safe environment for all students and faculty. The workplace is genuinely caring for all individuals' well being. Students come into Health Services to ask questions, book appointments to see nurses or therapists, and attend to safe coping workshops. The most enjoyable part of the job is outreaching to the students and give them information about what Health Services provide and the purpose of the workshops. It's rewarding to see how many students enjoy the workshops and how they can use new coping skills into their every day lives.
Receptionist/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – April 3, 2016
This position deals with students at a college. There were all kinds of different people of all nationalities, economic, and educational backgrounds. This job took a lot of patience and understanding. It was a learning experience for me and I think the job made me a better person.
Classified Support staff (Former Employee) – Riverside – September 15, 2015
Under the current administration the college is becoming a very high stress place to work. Communication is sorely lacking. More and more is expected of staff without any consideration of already strained workload. Constantly changing procedures without notice or communication . And not even a "job well done ."
Pay and benefits are good
Administration, lack of communication and increasing workload
Instructor Assistant (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – September 4, 2015
I volunteered for years here. This job taught me basic clerical skills that are very relevant to many jobs out in the word today. I enjoyed working along side the instructor because she taught me a lot of data entry work.
SI Associate (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – August 19, 2015
Nice campus. Friendly staff. Understanding staff. Be careful to not allow work to take over life. Stay focused on grades. Most enjoyable part of the job is to interaction with students and various staff members. Hardest part of the job is to remain friendly during tense situations.
HVAC/R Tutor (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – January 26, 2015
I would prepare myself prior my shift. I would make sure I have all proper documents ready. I learned how to teach and developed my own strategy. Everyday was an enjoyably experience. I liked it so much I would work for free sometimes.
Supplemental Instructor Leader (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – January 9, 2015
A typical day at work consisted of going to all my college courses, as well as the college course I was an SI for. We were to go to class as a regular student, take notes, and help others in class that were struggling. Before the class, A few students would meet up with me and review the course information, ask question, collaborate ideas, and practice different studying techniques. Futhuremore, we would have to attend meetings twice a month which provided training and different ideas for studying methods.
Getting an extra understand of the course, and building both writing and speaking skills
Position is only available during certain school semesters and specific classes.
Supplementary Instructor (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – October 9, 2014
I got to work with struggling students and try to find different ways to help them learn difficult material from a known difficult class at RCC. I learned leadership skills, different ways to teach different students, and how to build a rapport. It was well managed, and all of the co-workers were helpful, caring, and hardworking. The hardest part of the job was getting students to actually reach out for help. The most enjoyable part was when the students let me know how well I was doing in my job, and how much I actually helped them.
Great pay, great co-workers, Instructing what I was passionate about
Student Aide (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – April 13, 2014
Its an okay job they work around your class schedule which is great however they only pay 8 per hour which sucks for a tutor casual work atmosphere your not force to wear suits you only get pay if someone come in to be tutored in the subject you tutor for
Math Lab Receptionist (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – January 22, 2014
I enjoyed checking the students in and out of the math lab. I got to know some people who came in regularly. I loved helping them when they needed it. The environment is great. I would stay there longer if I could. I just wish I had more hours to work.