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The University of Texas at El Paso Employer Reviews

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Better experience as a banker here
Scholarship Advisor (Current Employee), El Paso, TXApril 23, 2014
If you want to advance in banking, this is the job to be at. They are more than willing to promote you if you are good at your job. You have lots of opportunity but be careful if you work here while in college. The hours and pressure of sales can get to you and you can easily focus all your attention here rather than school. People are awesome and the conference they have are great and motivational!
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Fun and enthusiastic.
Student (Former Employee), El Paso, TXApril 22, 2014
I was a volunteer while I was in college and it was great. I love to volunteer for special events especially ones that include the community. The events were always filled with a lot to do it was not a sit down job which made it go by fast. Nonetheless, you were able to enjoy the amazing spectacle. Days leading up to the day include an ample amount of PR work and other work such as, name tags, filling volunteer forms, delivering vouchers or tickets to businesses that sponsor the event and meeting with important governments official to approve the event grounds. My favorite part was the PR portion of it and the actual show of course.
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Awesome work place
Undergraduate Assistant (Former Employee), El Paso, TXJanuary 20, 2014
It's a great place to work. Lovely co-workers i miss working at UTEP
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Great place to work
Outreach Coordinator (Former Employee), El Paso, TXSeptember 29, 2013
Pros: a decent place to work with a good work life balance
Cons: hard to advance, no work perks, it's just a job
This was my first job out of college. The university is well organized and learning to navigate the bureaucracy.
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I great place to work while being a student.
Student Assistant (Former Employee), El Paso, TXJune 28, 2012
Pros: you're allowed to study.
Cons: you're always busy.
The job was great. Employees check student ID. When your not busy check inventory and cleaning rooms, you're allowed to study.
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Teaching Assistant, Computer Science (Former Employee), El Paso, TXMay 24, 2012
Pros: friendly co-workers, new and nice installations, learned skills
Cons: low salary (student salary)
I worked at UTEP as a teaching assistant and research assistant. In general it was a good experience to work with people from the computer science department. They come from many different cultural backgrounds, are easy to work with, and are very friendly. The CS department has a new brand building, which is pretty nice and comfortable. My supervisors (professors) are well prepared, are very patient, and they are willing to help you and guide you when you get stuck with a particular assignment.
It was nice to work with students, you get new ideas, perspectives, and also reinforce your knowledge when teaching. It also helps to develop some skills, such as communication, networking, team work, and teaching skills.
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Awesome work environment & good pay.
Tutor - College of Business Administration (Former Employee), El Paso, TXMarch 13, 2012
Pros: fun place, great people.
Cons: none that i can think of.
Loved working there as an undergrad TA. If there were no students that needed tutoring, we were allowed to do our own homework & other school related stuff as long as we were physically present at the office.
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Flurry of Diverse and Often Conflicting Directives
Assoc. VP (Former Employee), El Paso, TXFebruary 22, 2011
Pros: good for a short stop over, can retire here if you have no ambition, be pleasant and docile and you'll survive
Cons: technologically desolate, politically charged environment, your technical skills will shrivel
-Infrastructure and technical talent needed to establish management's goals for public facing news, media and presence is severely lacking.
-Management's grasp of modern technology is limited to third had hearsay and not true technical understanding.
-As management ages, it is increasingly out of touch with new technologies utilized to interface with the public and its own employees.
-Financial resources are often spent on public facing window dressing instead of a solid infrastructure upon which those things should be built.
-Old methods such as print, news paper, mail and cold calling are actively sought out and utilized instead of modern methods of the electronic era.
-Employees quickly learn, in the enviornment of 'little kingdoms', that original thought and pushing the envelope will not be tolerated.