Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Missouri – November 9, 2017
I enjoyed working in this department. I liked the students, faculty and my supervisor. The benefits started becoming less therefore my salary starting becoming less. I would still be working there if I had not been offered a job making a lot more money with a lot better benefits.
Hall Director (Former Employee) – Missouri – October 29, 2017
Worked there once and was welcomed back a second time. The university is mid-size with a small university feel. The benefits package is good, while the pay leaves a bit to be desired. That's the be expected with the current state of public education.
Resident Assistant (Former Employee) – Missouri – October 25, 2017
In this position, you had the chance to make a difference in the lives of SEMO's Students. It was a great feeling, and though there were parts of the job that were not the best, it was always a good feeling at the end of the day.
Environmental Health and Safety Associate (Former Employee) – Missouri – August 26, 2017
Southeast Missouri State University is a great place to gain experience and learn. My time with the Environmental Health and Safety Department allowed me to learn valuable lessons in an environment that was well structured and balanced. Time management was a very important aspect of the position and multiple projects were always on the board but I truly enjoyed my time there.
Senior Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Cape Girardeau, MO – June 8, 2017
Because our office is the face of the university, we pride ourselves on being personable and having a one stop shop. Answering the phones and fielding calls, should definitely be one of your strong suits in this position.
College Instructor (Current Employee) – Cape Girardeau, MO – May 26, 2017
Overall a good place to work. A nice environment and the faculty is very helpful. I like the culture of working with a diverse group of students and faculty. The students engage in discussions as well as participate in activities.
Nice environment and faculty willing to help new employees
Graduate Assistant (Current Employee) – Missouri – April 19, 2017
I have been a student/worker at SEMO for the past 6 years. I have enjoyed my time hear in both regards. As a Graduate Assistant, I have grown in my office skills and become more professional in the work place.
Soccer Referee (Current Employee) – Missouri – April 1, 2017
A good job if you like sports and know the rules well enough to be a referee. A typical day I would ref around 3-4 games starting around 3pm. The hardest part of the job would be not stooping to the level of the players you are reffing. At times the players take their anger out on you for certain calls and you must stay professional and try your best to explain to them why you made the call you did and to calm them down.
Good opportunity for interpersonal skill and knowledge improvement
Graduate Assistant (Current Employee) – Missouri – January 6, 2017
My job as a Graduate Assistant requires me to support the professors in my assigned faculty and help students to improve their learning experiences. Tasks included: - Delivering tutoring class - Grading the exam - Proctor - Answering questions from student both offline and online