An engaging workplace with a "family" type environment.
Assistant to the Provost and VPAA (Former Employee) – Administrative Conference Tower (ACT) 12th floor – June 26, 2016
I thoroughly enjoyed working for Texas Woman's University! The typical day would many times not be typical. Working in a fast-paced environment with all levels of management, faculty and staff, I was able to solve problems and reach deadlines while assisting others with their needs. The comradery between staff, faculty and administration was fabulous. I was constantly learning, was involved in many campus activities, committees, and groups and was very well respected by my colleagues. My manager, the Provost, was an excellent individual to work with. He allowed me to grow as a professional. Fiscal and project management are just two areas he trusted me with and encouraged me to attend classes and seminars to further my education. My co-workers were all excellent to work with as well. The hardest part of my job was meeting multiple simultaneous deadlines, but we always worked together as a team to accomplish goals and meet deadlines.
Flexibility, self-supervised, high expectations by my manager.
Working through lunch at times, low pay for job duties