As a PhD Researcher/Candidate, Rutgers university allowed me to execute research methods to properly answer research questions. In addition, Rutgers university advisors teach different ways to use tools in solving problems in the area of bioinformatics
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Piscataway, NJ – March 31, 2016
I am involved in the research of investigating synthesis methods, of formation of biopolymer hydrogel particles, by cross-linking chitosan and polylysine polymers, having application as water purification adsorbents. Specifically, various substances capable of cross-linking chitosan and polylysine polymers are being examined.
This involves, lab practices/experience, and preparation of adequate lab/research reports, which overall has enhanced my knowledge significantly, in pharmaceuticals.
Information assistance (Current Employee) – Piscataway, NJ – May 24, 2016
Coming to work everyday isn't stressful thought. I love working at Rutgers because I feel welcomed and happy. The other employees are very social and are always helping you out. there's a huge team effort and team building. Every other week we have meetings to get closer to one another and also discuss issues that we can handle better and also how we can enhance costumer service.
Assistant to Associate Athletic Director (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – May 27, 2016
Worked directly under the Associate Athletic Director. We provided exemplary athletic equipment management, kept a high standard for the quality of our facilities and kept everything modern and up to date. We were able to provide a fun environment for our student-athletes as well as the many other employees that worked along side us.
Manager (Former Employee) – Camden, NJ – February 18, 2016
Planned and organized all University sponsored events. Reviewed, negotiated and prepared event contracts. Managed all aspects in preparation of events, including personnel. Handled store procurement process, reviewed bids, negotiated contracts, and maintained relationships with vendors and suppliers. Prepared, reviewed and balanced store budget and service agreements. Served as primary liaison with customers.
Offensive Line Assistant/Special Teams Assistant (Current Employee) – Piscataway, NJ – April 5, 2016
Extremely intense environment. Learn to work on edge. Management works with incredible leadership. Co-Workers are very competitive and intense. Very long hours and lots of travel and time away from home with no days off from August until December. Rewarding to work with kids.
Program Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – February 22, 2016
Working for Rutgers in general is really great. Benefits and salary is very competitive. However, the new leadership in the Graduate medical education department make it very difficult for employee to love their job. Other people are getting all the credits for the work that you did and get often paid out of title pay for work they didn't do.
TRIO Talent Search East Volunteer (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – December 18, 2015
Rutgers University is one of the most diverse places I have ever been to. The sheer number of different ethnicities, races, people is extraordinary and therefore, it taught me to be open-minded and gave me a wonderful opportunity to learn different perspectives. It pushed me to think outside of the box and contemplate scenarios I hadn't beforehand and it was just a n overall enriched experience.
Good work environment, student managers a little overzealous.
Event Staff (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – December 29, 2015
Good community and had a family closeness. Job requirements were not extraordinary though occasionally demanding. Students were able to become managers and certain ones were very respectful and others were not when the senior managers weren't around. This caused lack of trust among managers and other employees.
Strong academic institution with a wealth of opportunities
Research Associate (Current Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – May 12, 2016
The sky's the limit for those with smart ideas and strong work ethic. Communication between departments could be enhanced but the resources necessary to perform top notice research are well within reach.
Lead Public Health Representative (Current Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – January 22, 2016
Rutgers is a reputable company to be a part of. It provides good benefits and many opportunity for growth in various areas of interest. A typical day at Rutgers is research driven that involves interacting with patients and conducting data collection.
Head accounting clerk (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – February 4, 2016
I'm grateful for my time at Rutgers University. My position was not just accounting or counting money but also being to able to help students and parents in difficult situations. That was my greatest satisfaction.
Cashier/Food Preparer (Former Employee) – New Brunswick, NJ – April 4, 2016
While Rutgers can be give and take it is usually good with getting a job on campus and there are not too many hoops to jump through to get a job that is right for you that is flexible, Pay could be better on average but is fair.
Working as a Resident Assistant taught me a lot, and was a great experience for situation de-escalation and other skills. Staff, both on my level and higher up was very supportive. The job was demanding, but it provided an opportunity for free housing, which was very appreciated.