IT Consultant for Columbia Advisory Group (Former Employee) – Commerce, TX – September 22, 2016
Very poor experience. There is a self appointed kingdom consisting of a systems admin who will pick you apart and bad mouth you to your boss, and has all the warmth and empathy of a shark. He essentially runs the department.
Benefits? They begin after a YEAR of employment, if you make it that far.
Saw two guys leave before me, and I was only there for 5 months.
Worse than no support, this company was depressing and belittling to work for.
I have over 15 years experience as a Systems Administrator. It isn't my first go around.
Tutor (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – September 20, 2016
Texas A&M offers a lot of opportunities to enhanced the college experience. The on-campus jobs are a great way to develop leadership skills, communication skills, project managment skills, etc. Working for A&M is a rewarding experience as you will be a part of a group of people that will help you become better.
You get to work with other Aggies!
Homework gets in the way but its college so develop time management skills.
Place where I get to learn a lot and get a chance to interact with several professors and students to develop my understanding of various topics.
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – College Station, TX – September 23, 2016
Texas A&M University is a great place to work. Professors are very considerate, allow me to take ownership of my work and implement my ideas. It is an amazing opportunity for me to explore and develop my technical and leadership skills.
My work at Texas A&M University - Commerce was compelling and knowledgeable. The staff at the university really cares about there employees and treats them with respect and care. I definitely gained much needed research experience as well as administrative experience.
excellent staff management, free luncheons once a month, valuable experience
Professional Assistant Professor (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – July 16, 2016
My passion is promoting good reading skills with every content and discipline. At TAMUCC my role was one of leadership and teaching. However, my salary was not commiserate with my role. For the past four years, I have completed a full time role with the same salary. I am looking for opportunity to serve and the opportunity to advance.
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Kingsville, TX – July 25, 2016
There is a lot of flexibility and work involved. As a grad student, you need to always be committed to giving your best work efforts and finding ways to improve your professional and career skills. I have been very blessed with many opportunities to take advantage of here.
Field work, application, connections, opportunities
Teaching Assistant (TA) (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – June 30, 2016
having been involved with TAMU as both a student and an employee over the last 17 years I can say students are treated much better than employees. If you are looking for a well paying job with a company that respects it's employees as human beings and individuals, keep looking.
If you are looking for a university as a student, it is an outstanding facility.
Students who attend will receive an education to further their future endeavors.
GRADUATE TEACHER PROGRAM SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 17, 2016
Texas A&M University - San Antonio is a recently-established university within the Texas A&M University System. The Department of Education lacks the leadership and communication skills required to meet the needs of faculty, staff, and students.
This is a field that requires good amounts of experience
Intensive Care Unit Technician (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – October 10, 2016
If you are un-expereinced and just starting out, this is not the position for you. There is numerous students and clinicians that are in and out of the ICU each hour, and you must be bold enough to know what dosages are safe, and when not to give medications.
Texas A&M University is very diverse, you get to meet people form other countries and states and learn about how they do things different and how they are adjusting to Texas A&M University. The health and wellness center plays an important role in the campus development . The profs here are helpful and encourage students to get into research to improve their resumes for the future.
Great learning experience in regards to technology and music
Student Coordinator (Current Employee) – College Station, TX – September 28, 2016
I have learned all about audio hardware, Logic Pro software, Ableton Live and Max 4 Live. It is a great on campus job. I fixed Kurzweil keyboards, recorded small ensembles, placed microphones, and mixed audio for completion of demos.
LANDSCAPE CREW LEADER / SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – College Station, TX – May 10, 2016
All aspects and facets of landscape maintenance. I was very privileged to maintain Bon-Fire Memorial. Hardest part was personnel took so much time off. Each employee missed one day a week as either sick leave or paid time off. things got scary as TAMU was at the verge of hiring SSC as contract landscapers. a lot of employees lost their jobs.
This was a rewarding job but again, dependent on grants//funding for salary. I loved working with the students and when one would succeed and pass a class it was such a good feeling knowing I helped them get there. Loved this job but graduated and moved away.
Intellectual,clever and warm crowd.Learned how to handle students and teach a subject to the students in an simple efficient manner. Management of the records,data calculation,books and maintaining records.
Student Worker - Veteran's Affairs Work Study (Former Employee) – Commerce, TX – May 19, 2016
The most flexible job I ever had. I was able to adjust hours to suit my needs any way I wanted: number of hours, days I worked, even times I worked. I learned a lot about tuition costs and financial aid, probably more than your average college student. I also learned specifics about VA benefits and many other veteran students.
Texas A&M University-Texarkana is expanding its small campus and increasing the size of the student population each semester. Exciting things are happening on this campus. I recommend this university as an employer.
Handled over 4000 phone lines at the university to include 911E, voicemail, managed one employee and 4 students and long distant phone calls. Insured capital T-1s and CS1000 was operating on a daily basis.
very loyal, hardworking individual, take job to heart, fast learner