Pros: professional development oppurtunities, networking, benefits, and campus activities
Cons: have to have a masters degree or work there for many years to move up.
It is a typical 8-5 job with peak times in July-September and December- January. Are expected to work some Saturdays and evenings. It is awesome that you have the opportunity to cross train in this company. Most enjoyable part is being able to help students. But stay away from being involved in office politics.