Research/Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – May 13, 2014
As a research assistant, the work being done included smaller tasks but involved contributing to a research project that was very interesting. I am grateful for the opportunity and would love to pursue research in the future.
Children's Multi Specialty Center (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – June 19, 2017
Traveling with doctors to five different locations around Arizona to assist in clinics. Making appointments for patients, answering phone lines and assisting patients with any questions, appointments, or concerns, triage, EKG, vital signs, preparing patients for doctors' visit, preparing clinic for next day or traveling clinic visits, preparing charts, entering data into system, assisting doctors with Spanish speaking patients, worked front office as well as back office, cleaning rooms, multi-tasking.
Supervisor, Chem. Elec. Fac (Former Employee) – University of Arizona – June 14, 2017
This is the UNIVERSITY environment. I enjoyed it. People want to learn here and aren't (generally) afraid of hard work. Very stimulating place. ALWAYS something new and exciting. They would certainly give enough rope to hang yourself (as they say). No one interfered with my work, and they were always very supportive. I worked my way up from student employee to one of the highest paid staff members in 27 years. It was a pleasure to work there now that I look back on it.
Desk Assistant (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – June 8, 2017
This job was the best student job I had during my time at the university. It is incredibly flexible, hours are subject to change during finals week, and the option to work more hours is there. You are able to work safely on campus, and stay apart of the residence life culture.
Spanish Instructor (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – June 5, 2017
I was a Spanish instructor for 3 years to pay for my education. Nice place to work. Everyone is very friendly. Benefits are excellent, especially tuition reduction. Pay is decent (definitely enough to live on). The department is huge and can be a little disorganized. Some policies can be annoying but most work well. You get some leeway to do what you like in your class so long as you don't egregiously break important rules or regulations.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – May 31, 2017
Truly the first place I learned in a higher paced, more competitive environment, how hard it can be to lead. People can be truly crude and Eller College of Management helped me manifest the abilities necessary to be a great managing partner.
Student (Former Employee) – Arizona – May 30, 2017
The programs in the school are so great. They give the required knowledge for students to be ready for the future steps in their lives. the professors care about the students and vice versa. great atmosphere in school
Completed library researchand completed Spanish translations for Department of Spansh and Portuguese
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – May 30, 2017
This job entailed translating documents and updating information for research. I had good practice with my Spanish when I had to pull out the Spanish dictionary. I didn't get a lot of hours for this job, but it was a good summer job.
Operating system Design (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – May 25, 2017
pros Great insurance and benefits and tuition reimbursement opportunities. Some nice and interesting people. Great school and biggest employer in this town. Cons Low pay, micromanagers, no yearly or good raises, no advancement opportunities, leadership doesn't listen to suggestions or complaints. Overworked and underappreciated.
Vice President (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – May 24, 2017
This review is specifically for the dinning services industry only, The management team that is in place exhibits very poor leadership and communication skills. Most of their decisions are made through the assertion of power rather than company benefit. Lack of connection with the customer needs. Very little chance of advancement.