Graduate Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – August 5, 2014
Graduate school has been a challenging feat but it has also been rather rewarding. The hardest part of my job was establishing a work/life balance. Overall, I truly have enjoyed my graduate school experiences. By pursuing a doctoral degree, I was finally able to devote my effort towards a subject that has really been interesting.
Computer Technical Support (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – August 1, 2014
I was required to sit at my desk and answer the phone as teachers would find problems with their computers or projectors. I would then troubleshoot with them and try to get it working or go to the room myself and take a look in extreme cases. I was also responsible for checking equipment in all of the rooms during the summers.
Graduate Assistant (Current Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – May 6, 2014
• Delivered and installed office furniture to various buildings in the Tuscaloosa area • Read blueprints and installed furniture for entire new school building projects • Worked with a team to accomplish jobs and tasks over a course of different projects
Assistant Community Director (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – April 22, 2014
Great university culture. Students are generally great. Staff was great in Housing and cared about work/life balance. As a graduate assistant, I really knew my supervisor and others cared about my education and allowed me a flexible schedule to make sure all academics were first.
IAC Center Coordinator (Current Employee) – Mechanical Engineering Department – April 15, 2014
Conduct planning, organizing, scheduling for energy audits at industrial manufacturing facilities in accordance with U.S. Department of Energy regulations. Attend on site assessments and oversee student workers.
Great place to work where there is never a dull moment
Football Student Manager (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – February 18, 2014
Being a football student manager is the best job one can have while attending college. Yes, it does fill up your schedule. It also does not leave much free time while in-season, but it is very enjoyable and interesting for anyone who loves sports. Although our work went unnoticed by most, it was a privilege to be able to work with such an outstanding organization. I was able to develop strong friendships with many of my diverse co-workers, and we always found ways to have a good time while remaining hard at work. I guess one of the hardest parts of the job was not getting to go home as much as other students, and remaining on campus over several of the breaks. Although, I will admit this was a fair trade while winning championships. I would say that one of my personal favorite parts of the job was being able to travel with the team to various college towns and experience differing game day atmospheres. I would definitely recommend this job for anyone that has a passion for college football. Roll Tide!