Assistant men's basketball Coach (Former Employee), Salem, MA – February 26, 2014
Pros: sustained success
Practice planning and recruiting.
Management was very efficient. I learned how to run a program effectively. My co-workers where very competitive. The hardest part of this job was leaving a place with so much history. The most enjoyable part of the job was coaching in the NCAA basketball tournament.
Productive and a fun environment where you meet new people
Chauffeur (Former Employee), Salem, MA – September 25, 2013
Pros: student worker and meeting new people
Cons: work study
A typical day at work would be picking up or meet students according to requests, appointments, or schedules. I had to learn about the Salem area so that I can provide passengers (Salem State students) and sometimes family members that came to visit with information about the local area and points of interest, or give advice on pick up and drop off – more... spots. The hardest part of the job is to vacuum and clean interiors, and wash and polish exteriors of automobiles when need it. The most enjoyable part of the job is communicating with dispatchers (co-workers) by radio, telephone to exchange information and receive requests for passenger service and also getting to talk to the passengers and getting to know the people that I attend school with. – less
Research Assistant (Former Employee), Salem, MA – July 11, 2013
I worked as a research assistant alongside University professors in a project, which was in the works of being published. What I most enjoyed about this position was the ability to work at my own schedule and under the supervision of superb professors. In the process I was trained on interview transcription and the use of statistical database program – more... SPSS. – less
Building Supervisor (Former Employee), Salem, MA – November 10, 2012
Pros: a great way to make money in between classes, you meet a lot of new people on a daily basis
a typical work day was pretty good. When i came to work, i always had a clear understanding of what i had to do. I've learned how to do inventory, developed better customer service skills as well as learned how to be a efficient building supervisor. Management at Salem state University is great. They really make sure that you're comfortable and you – more... know what you're doing. – less