Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – December 23, 2013
Typical day was to clean , disposal trash and help people. I've learned how to get along with all types of altitudes. The management could have been better. I managed to work around the difficulties within the management. I've realized that everyday isn't perfect you may have complications with co-workers and management. You have to learned how to overcome difficulties and perform professionally. The hardest part of the job is when you're working in a group and your co-worker don't pull there weight! The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting and helping people while in the process of doing my job!
Knowleged employees appreciation day and most holidays were paided.
Library Assistant (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – November 22, 2015
decent job with good benefits, but pay is not great and opportunity for advancement or raises is not optimal. im such this is normal for state jobs, but it is frustrating to a hardworking employee to know the chances of advancement and/or a pay raise are so slim.
Office Assistant IV (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – August 26, 2015
I worked for the University for 8 years before switching over to a UNC Health Care employee within the same department. Benefits were great, but it was hard to get a raise. I was glad for the cross over with the exception of paid holidays off. There are more paid holidays working with the University vs. working with the Hospital.
I am very proud of my work and proud to be working at UNC
Assisant Manager (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – September 19, 2012
I enjoy working with research animals knowing how much it will be a positive effect for curring human illness and animal illness. My co-workers and I are like a family. We joke with each other about anything. We know everyones family and children. I also enjoy the challenge of being a Assisant Supervisor. It sometimes has it's not so good moments but in all I wouldn't trade it.
good benefits, healthcare coverage is good
short lunches, sometimes it seems not enough time in the day.
C-STEP LIAISON (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – March 15, 2016
UNC Chapel Hill was wonderful to work with. They are well organized, great team players, and provide a fantastic support system to staff and students. My role was to recruit and support high school and college students for the C-STEP program. My time was spent holding meetings for C-STEP students, visiting high schools, and organizing trips to UNC or facilitate visits from UNC. I learned how an amazing school such as UNC truly cares about their students, staff, and the community around them. My time with UNC was one of the best working experiences I have ever had.
Opportunity to learn a new college system and work with dedicated people.
Educational institution with man bright young minds.
Chemistry Laboratory Technician (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – May 25, 2016
Worked at a chemistry department laboratory for higher level courses. Very educational experience, with lots of autonomy. Requires use of PPE while in labs. Some hazardous materials are handled. Great place to work for a leading research institution.
Enjoyable work, management leaves something to be desired
Central Sterile Processing Technician (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – February 4, 2016
My work in CPD is very fulfilling and I enjoy it very much. The management situation has not been stable since I've been here for a year and a half, but those in charge are doing their best. Great people to work with.
Interesting experience: Help teach Science to kids!
Teacher Assistant (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – November 30, 2015
This job was relatively easy. I did what the teacher told me as well as taking personal initiative to help the children learn. Personally, this job helped me know that teaching was not my calling, at least assistant teaching. It was often quite boring. However, the content was very interesting. I was surprised at what the children were taught. The things they learned in Elementary School is what I learned in Middle School. It was difficult to not loose focus on the kids when nothing was happening. Of course, seeing those bright faces brighten even more when they learned something was priceless.
Patient Registration Representative (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – January 7, 2016
All I remember while working here was how fake everyone. No one works as a team and everyone looks out for themselves which is really sad. I worked in one department and another part of UNC where the employees had the same job description easily made 3,000-5,000 more per year.
Dlam Research Technician (Former Employee) – Unc chapel hill – June 30, 2015
Typical day Starts at 7:30am till 4:pm facility housed 4500 caging 6 person assigned various parts. What i learned 22.0 perp ALAT program offered within the company. Various strains Difference genotype phenotype caging housing husbandry. Most important the interaction with coworkers PI's an Staff.
IT Support Engineer (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – November 6, 2014
A typical day at UNC Chapel Hill includes handling a huge spectrum of issues. The work atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, but there is a lot of work that needs to be done on a daily basis. I can say that I have never been bored at this job.