Supervisor (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – March 7, 2017
I was responsible for overseeing a group of students ranging from 100-150. My responsibilities included passing all pertinent information from the Regimental Command to these Cadets. Ensuring that standards within my group were kept as high as possible. Also the mentorship and counselling of the Cadets within my charge.
This was a great leadership experience, which taught me a lot and is ever evolving. There is always something to be learnt.
Chief Mate's Assistant (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – January 24, 2017
If the required work gets done, there is no need to work more than the allotted 8 hour work day. The management is well acquainted with the daily tasks required to maintain a safe and effective training for the college cadets.
Special Events Coordinator (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – January 24, 2017
SUNY Has excellent benefits package, beautiful campus and great student environment. The school will be building a new ship for the mugs to train on and this is exciting for the students interested in a career in the Maritime Industry.
Excellent support and easy access to assistance. Senior leaders are available and communicate with adjunct professors well.
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR (Current Employee) – Online – February 9, 2015
Enjoy teaching the students at SUNY Maritime College in the graduate Global Business and Transportation department. The other faculty are open and helpful. the students are motivated and willing to learn.
Special Events/Fundraising Detailer (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – June 23, 2014
I was the Fund Raising / Special Events Planner. My typical day was reaching out to alumni to acquire donations, dues payments. I also organized several special events and fund raisers to procure donations for the SUNY Maritime Scholarship Fund. My immediate supervisor was a pleasure to work with, She was hard working, fair and very helpful when I needed it.
I had the opportunity to work closely with incoming cadets as well as upper-class students, while organizing school tours, college fairs, dinners and special events. There was no hard part of my job, I loved everything about it.
I was forced to leave SUNY Maritime after 911, when a great majority of our alumni were employed by a major corporation in the World Trade Center and killed in the attack. This resulted in the cancellation of all of our events and my position was dissolved.
If given the opportunity, I would return to SUNY Maritime College tomorrow.
Cashier/Prep, stock (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – December 11, 2013
Routine organizing, cleaning, stocking, or maintaining of many work areas.learned how to multi-task continuously, time managemant and efficiency in a team setting, management was a bit stressful and demandin. hardest part about working here is laborous utility work, the most enjoyable part was working with other employees that made the shift entertaining and fun.
Weight Room Supervisor (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – May 7, 2013
Pick up weights off the floor as well as clean machines and fitness room. Follow weight room training guide to make sure all equipment and weights are in the right place. I learned how to give CPR in case of an emergency while on duty in the weight room.