Architect (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – March 14, 2014
This was an interesting job for a while. For some reason beyond me I was placed in a position doing things I had no very little training in or interest in. A lot of great people here along with good benefits. This organization is interested in improving it's people.
Missionary (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 25, 2016
A mission isn't a job. It is dedication to trying to help people. Similar to customer service jobs though, we dealt with angry people, we tried to help others as best we could and we reported how things went every other day to our leaders. Co-workers were awesome and friendly, management worked with you and you learned every day. The hardest part of the job was going out and knocking on doors. The most enjoyable was talking to people who were interested. I learned out there how important it is to love others and treat them with respect.
Custodian in Special Projects Department (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 18, 2016
The night shifts work very well for moms who don't want to disrupt their children's schedules. The processes and training are great here, there is a specific way to accomplish all the tasks, which help to keep everyone on the same page in all of our buildings. The only thing I dislike is the fact that a part time employee may not request days off unless they are earned over a period of time. This makes it difficult to get family time off. I would do a few things differently as a Supervisor in this job to help with moral. Right now there are people so unhappy, they either call in or not show up. Your people are very important. If you don't take care of them, you have no one.
Full Time Missionary (Former Employee) – Washington State – August 15, 2016
Loved being a missionary, talked to people all day, helped people. went out visiting people from 10 to 9pm at night every single day for 18 months. the whole purpose was to bring people closer to Jesus Christ
Missionary (Former Employee) – The Philippines – August 10, 2016
It was a wonderful time to go out and share messages of hope and faith to the people and to learn from them. It was hard work but always worth it. Ive learned to be a better person because of my time here.
Return Missionary (Former Employee) – Maryland City, MD – August 6, 2016
I am available to work from 4am-12:30pm and sometimes it would be during the afternoon and 7:00pm-3:00am. I enjoy getting to know all my co-workers and I'm willing to help to get the work progress faster as we all work together.
Volunteer Representative (Former Employee) – Sofia – August 4, 2016
Going to Bulgaria was an amazing experience and taught me so many things. My eyes have been opened to a broader spectrum. Even still, it's the people that I came to love the most. We worked every day with as few as ten people per day and as many as probably one hundred on average, though we never really counted one by one. I learned that it can be hard to deal with new circumstances and people every six weeks, but it is also quite rewarding.
This was also a self-supporting volunteer opportunity.
serving others daily, being outside in a different country, learning about new people and culture every day, sharing personal experiences, beliefs, thoughts and feelings
Missionary (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – July 29, 2016
I loved it, the entire time. I learned so much, and I feel so much closer to God because of it. It makes me so, incredibly happy, and anyone can be a part of it. To learn more, visit Mormon.org. You will not regret it.
Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Lindon, UT – July 28, 2016
There is no greater opportunity to learn and grow in this very rewarding calling. Everyday you are out there doing service to anyone who needs it, translating, learning for about yourself, your abilities, and strengthening your weaknesses. This is just beyond rewarding.
Missionary Volunteer (Former Employee) – Mexico City – July 21, 2016
Working in this capacity is an honor for members of the Church. While really a 7/24 job it is amazing to work with so many wonderful young people. They come from all different places and different walks of life. They are not allowed to call their parents or family members but twice a year. My husband and I were responsible for their health and well being for their 18 months or 24 months that they were with us. It is a strenuous and intense experience
Senior Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Riverton, UT – July 12, 2016
Using a flavor of agile principles teams are organized by application and work on sprints to deliver enhancements or new functionality. Business partners work closely with the development teams and project managers to ensure software meets the business needs.
Great teams, talented developers, excellent work life balance.