Manager (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 16, 2017
SLCC is a great place to work. It has its positives and negatives, but overall it is a good employer. It can be a highly political environment, but not more than any other place. The President of the college is level headed and a strong and proactive leader.
College Advisor/ Specialist (Current Employee) – Taylorsville, UT – August 9, 2017
It was a great experience working there and I enjoy working with my colleagues on a daily basis. The program challenged me everyday. I really enjoy working with the students on a daily basis too. It was nice to know that I was trying to help them to be excited and that there were ways of going to college and to have a great experience there too.
Academic Support (Current Employee) – West Valley City, UT – August 7, 2017
Salt Lake Community College is a great place to work for if you're a student that lives with your parents. I would suggest this college if you're trying to complete your degree. If you have a degree, I would suggest trying for a university position.
Guaranteed off from 24th to 31st of December, Pay is fair for part time, Easy work for students, Laid back
Treat part-time unfairly, Can't move up in the college unless a person quits or retires, Very difficult to find busy work if you're not at one of the main campuses, Work environment can be very passive-aggressive
Liaison to concurrent enrollment teachers (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 13, 2017
The University tries to uphold professional standards. It uses the grading platform of Canvas and I like how it functions for students and teachers. I enjoy all aspects of my job and appreciate the administrators over me. They are very hard working.
Office Aide (Former Employee) – Taylorsville, UT – June 19, 2017
Salt Lake Community College was a fun place to work at. I feel like I gained a lot of customer service based skills that will definitely help me in any career I choose to go in to. Unfortunately, I rarely was given tasks to do and had to come up with something to keep me busy on a day to day basis.
It was overall a very slow paced but enjoyable environment to work in.
Free food, diverse culture, co-workers that were easy to get along with.
Little to do, had to train my own supervisor in certain aspects, supervisor never around.
AV/Media Services Assistant (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 16, 2017
A very good workplace, with amazing and supportive colleagues. A typical day at work would be always being on time, turning on your computer, greeting everyone with smile, and being ready to help with questions.
Adjunct Biology Faculty (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – May 15, 2017
The biology department places much trust in their adjuncts, so there is freedom within a basic curriculum. Flexible schedule in that the administration attempts to give you the course sections that work for you. The most frustrating part of the job is uninterested students when teaching GenEd courses. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you "hook" students into enjoying Biology when they thought they hated science.
no healthcare, no matching 401k, no guarantee of classes semester to semester
Computer Engineering Student (Former Employee) – Taylorsville, UT – May 3, 2017
Knowledgeable instructors combined with relatively small class sizes makes the classes much more personal. Most instructors have scheduled office hours outside of class to have any pending questions answered.