A typical day at work was take payments answer anyone questions that came in. and also hand out customer checks. The hardest part of the jon was telling customers that there check was not avialble yet . The most enjoyable part of the job was putting a smile on a customer face.
Food Service Worker (Current Employee) – Piscataway, NJ – June 9, 2017
a typical day at work is all based around the customers we usually work off o\f customers requests. not really a stressful situation, the hardest part about the job would probably be getting the orders of the customers wrong, which causes some confusion but other than that, the job is relatively easy.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – June 8, 2017
Working for Rutgers is amazing! The campus is beautiful, the location is very convenient (there is a NJ Transit train very close). The positions themselves are well paid and the co-workers are very professional, knowledgeable and courteous! What a great place to work in ! I recommend it highly !!!
Gym, movies, attractions, culture, connections, learning activities for the entire family
The campuses are huge. Transportation among the campuses takes time !
Allow me to teach others how to be a leader. A typical day at work would be to supervise tutors, contact professors or students who would be interested in tutoring one on one or big groups of students who are eager to learn
Associate Dean, Mason Gross School of the Arts (Current Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – June 7, 2017
Rutgers is on the cusp of something big. It is at the point where it is about to get out of its own way and make its name in the Big 10. It has 65,000 students. It is one of the most diverse institutions of its kind in the country. It has an exemplary faculty, who are doing ground-breaking research. It is an institution where anyone would be proud to be there.
PhD Candidate (Current Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – June 6, 2017
Rutgers is a tier-1 northeast research university with a wide variety of opportunities for graduate students. Faculty and doctoral student employees are unionized at Rutgers, which is vital to their ability to negotiate salary and benefits.
Completed a 4 week clinical rotation in the Rutgers Newark University Athletic Training room as part of year 4 BSc Sports Rehabilitation and Athletic Therapy year 4. Worked with a variety of athletes from diverse backgrounds. Gained experience in applying my clinical skill set including assessment, diagnostic and rehabilitation skills. Performed pre-season screening including SCAT-3 baselines. Worked pitchside for basketball, volleyball and baseball games. Integrated well into this Division 3 Athletics University training room.
SAS IT Support (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – June 1, 2017
The job varied between each day. Sometimes you have a lot of work orders to manage and had to solve the issues by yourself. Other times you had help, maybe even 2 man jobs. Most of the times if you didnt know what to do, the manager would have known what to do. I'd say overall it was a good job.
Animal Handler (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – June 1, 2017
Most places hire you if you have work experience only, Rutgers hires you even if you don't. You are not competing with anyone, all you need to do is talk to the person posting a job and they are willing to take you. It's only for students of course.
earn new skills, understanding when there are exams.
Tutor (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – June 1, 2017
It was a manageable job. The student would come in with their work for the week or continue working on the paper from the previous week. The tutor and I would review the paper and work on any issues that were found or wanted improvement on.
Laboratory Assistant (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – May 30, 2017
One of the things I liked about Rutgers is that I had a lot of time to think on my own and had creative freedoms that I would not have at a corporate setting. I also had the ability to work on different equipment and learn new methods if I wanted to
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – May 30, 2017
Plenty of opportunities for research and personal and professional growth. Some departments are more flexible with your role and what you want to do. However, with more flexibility sometimes comes more disorganization.