Lab Coordinator (Current Employee), Fort Worth Tx – August 27, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Okay for some reason they are not letting me create a account without writing a review and I have nothing interesting to say about working at TCU. Its a great job is all I have to say and they pay very well.
GENERAL MANAGER (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – June 29, 2014
Pros: continuous training opportunities were great.
Cons: communication huddles with the student government.
Typical work day always very exciting as it produced great challenges and opportunities for execution of all our set daily goals. I learnt new things everyday by observing and listening to students, faculty and staff feedback also feedback from my team members and all other stakeholders I interacted with. Management team had a full grasp of the vision – more... and goals of the account. Has been very supportive and respected all departmental leadership and was open to all feedback from the frontline team members and supervisors. The hardest part of the job was controlling the concessions staff turn over. But the most enjoyable part were the team celebrations at the end of every quarter as we measured our team success. – less
Desk Assistant (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TX – May 17, 2014
Pros: meeting new people, working on campus
Cons: working late night/early morning shifts, low pay
I provided quality customer service to promote a pleasant environment. I was selected to train new desk assistants. I improved the working environment for the students and guests. I was responsible for answering phone calls and guiding guests. The hardest part of the job was working three nights a week from 12 am to 3 am on school nights. The most enjoyable – more... part of the job was interacting with and meeting new people. – less
IT Worker (Current Employee), Fort Worth, TX – April 24, 2014
Pros: fairly good health care
Cons: lack desire to change or improve and focus on upper-class white women.
Management and workforce is a mix of older professionals and new professionals. Very entrenched in the way things are done and hesitant to change. Very "inbred" meaning, TCU hires their own graduates. This can hurt and help the institution. It limits the influx of new ideas, but fosters a sense of familiarity.
Study Abroad Coordinator (Former Employee), Center for International Studies – March 5, 2014
TCU is a truly unique work environment, for employees who are passionate about what the University is trying to do for its students. Expectations are high, but there is an enthusiasm and a buy-in unlike any other institution I have interviewed with or worked for. If the appropriate position was available, I would return to work at TCU in a heart-beat.
Mathematics Grading Assistant (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TX – January 28, 2014
Pros: pizza party every semester
Cons: short breaks
I worked at two job in Texas Christian University (TCU). I was a Math grader and Computer help desk assistant. I kept both jobs because I like number crunching as well as dealing with people. Math grading job helped me and kept me updated with my math skills and computer lab assistant job helped me in interacting with different students, faculty and – more... staff members. – less
Administrative Assistant/Criminal Justice (Current Employee), Fort Worth, TX – January 16, 2014
Pros: bright, inquisitive students and challenging, stimulating faculty members
Cons: not enough upward mobility advancement opportunities for staff members
Texas Christian University is a top notch college with the most beautiful, energizing and stimulating campus. The work environment is incredible and the education you can receive is well worth it. As a graduate of TCU and a staff member, I have seen the academic world from boths sides.
Desk Assistant (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – September 19, 2013
On Campus Employment, fun working with other students. Managed keys, inventory, hired and trained staff. Very open and creative environment. Leadership was concerned with work life balance. Flexible hours.
Health Services Administrator (Current Employee), Fort Worth, TX – June 25, 2013
Cons: differentiating medical laws vs. company practices
The most enjoyable part of the job is working towards student patient quality care. The hardest part of the job is upper management not being able to comprehend how clinical services is held at a higher responsibility to quality reporting and policies than simply reporting to a non clinical department head whom knows nothing about medical standards – more... nor medical legislation and how that legislation supersedes company generic practices – less
Annual Fund Officer (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TX – March 27, 2013
Responsible for identifying potential donors, developing fund-raising strategies for regional assignments, and soliciting funds and pledges while marketing funding programs. Attended CASE Regional IV seminars and completed TCU Planned Giving course work.
I am an ICU nurse of 8 81/2 years and wanting to get out of the hospital setting. Do you, as a former employee, feel this would be an adequate and fulfilling position? What are your pros and cons for this employer?