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Fun place to work
Account Payable Technician (Current Employee), Chapel Hill, NCJune 18, 2014
I really enjoy working here. I have learned a lot. They have great training for new candidate.
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Productive Evironment
Housekeeping Temp (Former Employee), Chapel Hill, NCMay 24, 2014
Pros: being able to clean a building on my own and it having all of whats was necessary to do so, finishing early, and the credit behind such great work
Cons: the messes prior to cleaning could be overwhelming at times
Cleaning/ Solitude
, practice safe use of os1 chemicals and in correct areas by color as well as numbers, also detailing the restrooms using the acid chemical, safety foam, beauty seal
management did their jobs and made sure we did ours properly
some were helpful and considerate
completing the duties early
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eye clinic
Ophthalmic Assistant (Former Employee), chapel hill nc, NCApril 10, 2014
it is a great place to work, but new supervisor needs to be replaced
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Great
Undergraduate Research Assistant (Former Employee), Chapel Hill, NCApril 2, 2014
I loved this place completely. I'd go back in a second. In a second.
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Relaxing job that gave me the opportunity to strengthen my computer knowledge
Computer Lab Assistant (Former Employee), Asheville, NCFebruary 19, 2014
This job was relaxing, but at times could be boring. Everyone was generally pretty nice, and it gave me the time to strengthen both my PC and Mac skills. My boss was really understanding and always willing to give us pay raises when deserved. The hardest part of the job was fixing the printer when it was being uncooperative. The most enjoyable part – more... was getting to complete assignments and relax. None of the students coming in for help were ever rude. – less
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Productive work environment; Team work=Best work
Plasmid Production Specialist (Former Employee), Chapel Hill, NCJanuary 28, 2014
Pros: easy access to class (if you were taking courses at the university)
Cons: funding at times was sparce
The hardest part of this job is to disengage from one's work. The diverse topics of research to choose from never serves the opportunity for one to be bored on the job. There was always something to refine, monitor, or explore.
The intimate setting of the wetlab forced you to work with your "next door neighbor". It was not uncommon to inquire and share – more... with colleagues and peers who were as scientifically minded as oneself or more.
The spirit of amelioration was prevalent in this corridor of labs in the Biology Department. – less
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College Job
RA (Former Employee), NCJanuary 1, 2014
This was my job throughout college and it was a great place to start to gain experience in academic research.
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Excellent!
Scheduling Coordinator/Office Assistant (Former Employee), Durham, NCSeptember 27, 2013
Pros: becoming a secu member
Cons: nothing!
This is a world renowned hospital and I'm really happy I got a chance to be on UNC's team of Excellence! It made me feel really good to help people when there in a position with little faith or no faith at all.
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Awesome people and workplace.
Office Assistant (Former Employee), Greensboro, NCJuly 16, 2013
Typical day at work was relatively easy. The management team was very understanding when it came to school work and actual work. You'll come in on your own schedule and leave on your own time. This made the balance between work and life very even. Best place to work during college years.
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What I've Learned
Records Manager (Current Employee), Chapel Hill, NCJuly 2, 2013
After working at several marketing agencies and finding I needed more of a work-life balance, I took this position. While higher education is a very interesting and sometimes rewarding field, it just isn't for me long-term. I loved working with communications, project management and marketing and hope to be able to return to a position that better uses – more... my strengths in those areas. – less
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Quick turn arounds but an awesome place to be
Human Services Program Support Technician (Current Employee), Pittsboro, NCJuly 1, 2013
Pros: health care
Cons: long hours
Help other adult clients function through out the day, cooking, cleaning, Data input on paper logs and computers, Passing medication, coworkers are friendly, good place to work
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Excellent University
Research Scientist (Current Employee), Chapel Hill, NCJune 4, 2013
UNC is a great place to work in an excellent town. Lots of hardworking people but also a strong sense of community
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Good place for students
UNCG Student Health Services - CNA (Former Employee), Greensboro, NCMay 16, 2013
Lots of exposure to doctors and nurse as well as patients. Good place to work as a student.
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Great Place to Work
Pro Shop Staff (Current Employee), UNC Finley Golf CourseApril 11, 2013
Finley is a very busy environment, however the employees are great and the customer base is phenomenal.
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Great place to learn
Research Assistant (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCJanuary 20, 2013
Pros: benefits
Cons: cant think of any
good place to learn and grow. Good focus on research. People are friendly
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great steady job
Research Technician (Current Employee), Chapel Hill, NCJanuary 18, 2013
Pros: free park and rides
Cons: short breaks
UNC is a well known school with amazing employment opportunitys.
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Best job I've had and great staff to work with
School of Music Office Assistant (Former Employee), Greeley, COJanuary 16, 2013
Typical day in the office is sorting mail, answering phone calls, showing students around the music building, answering questions from students, copying, organizing, and filing documents.
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Not a progressive work environment
HR Director (Current Employee), Chapel Hill, NCJanuary 3, 2013
Pros: flexible work schedules, abundant opportunities for training and development, extended break schedules
Cons: poor compensation, inexperienced management, high employee turnover
Working at this public sector organization might not be the best fit for those looking for a proactive and progressive organization to work for. The dearth of state funding presents serious challenges with competitive compensation and benefits offered are barely comparable to private sector offerings.

Management within units in the organization can – more... be hit or miss; a true tale of the good, the bad and the ugly.

The biggest benefit of this organization is its people and there are some real gems who work cooperatively and collaboratively, unfortunately, due to the compensation factors, many of these employees are lost to superior employment offers from outside organizations. – less
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Friendly and very accomodating
Applications Analyst, UNC-CH, NC TraCS Institute (Current Employee), Chapel Hill, NCNovember 28, 2012
Pros: environment, co-workers
Cons: compensation
The NC TraCS Institute at UNC, Chapel Hill is a great place to work and was a hard place to leave. They truly care for their employees and assure them that they are vital part of their daily activities.
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Time for a change.
Media Design and Animation Specialist (Current Employee), Chapel Hill, NCNovember 22, 2012
I have worked here for 5 years, and realized there is no upward mobility.