Typical day at work relaxed yet productive. what you learned utilization of various data bases. management is supportive when needed workplace culture receptive to change. Hardest part of job covering vacancies. the most enjoyable part of keeping children safe success stories
Instructional Designer (Current Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – February 2, 2018
The colleagues that I had the pleasure of working with at the Office of Continuing Education are passionate and hardworking. It's like a family working towards a common goal - to provide quality, affordable training opportunities for professionals who need to obtain or maintain various professional certification.
Unit Computing Manager (Former Employee) – Piscataway, NJ – January 29, 2018
As a Unit computing manager, more specifically a Systems administrator, I was solely responsible for the network infrastructure, I started with one server and virtualized our servers. I also had users and servers in three different locations that I supported.
I learned a lot in my 17 years at Rutgers, and I enjoyed almost everything about it. The people were great and the pace of the work was manageable. I would not have left except that the salary was a bit low, and I needed to be able to work remotely for personal reasons.
Head Accounting Clerk (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – December 25, 2017
Rutgers is a great place to work with a lots of room for advancement and growth. In my position, the atmosphere could go from anywhere from fast paced to relaxed depending on the time of year. Things progressively change but the benefits are great.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Newark, NJ – October 29, 2017
Since it's part time and at school, my boss understands that school always comes first for me and lets me take off for exams and such. It's pretty relaxed and overall a nice place to work. The pay is also better than previous jobs and is more than minimum wage.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – New Jersey – August 30, 2017
I worked for Rutgers University for 26 years and retired a year ago. The benefit package is great. The upper management could work on their people skills. Also they like to micro manage which is not good for moral. It is nice to keep the moral up in the office. It is important for staff to keep a positive attitude.
Senior Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs (Current Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – August 22, 2017
Rutgers is a great university to work for. As part of the Big 10, there are a lot of resources and the focus really is student-centered. The days are 'full,' but the culture is supportive between units/divisions. Everyone really is on the top of their game.
a lot of resources and support
large university so you have to work to get to know people
Cook (Current Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – June 30, 2017
A typical day at work for me is coming to work on time with energy and wanting to do my job the best way possible. My work area has to be clean and organized. I try to get along with other people and work together as a team doing other things that need to be done.