Medical Photographer (Former Employee) – College of Medicine, University of Arizona – March 20, 2016
Biomedical Communications is a department at the University of Arizona's College of Medicine. It was my profession of 16 years after College.
Most people will never know of this profession, as it is not in the mainstream compared to a: Doctor, Nurse, Fireman, Policeman, Lawyer or Politician, ...
We documented everything Medical and related. A staff of 50 people where in the department and there where 15 photographers in the Photography section. Our work is published in textbooks for Medical Students and documented in scientific journals around the world.
It has been my pleasure to work with some of the World's best pioneers of medicine for the good of mankind.!
My position was cut by the short sited politicians of the State of Arizona budgeting that did not understand our Profession.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ 85721 – March 11, 2016
It was a fun job that provided many useful skills for future employment. It provided a basic foundation of skills that I will need in the future, such as, customer service, telephone communication, etc.
Associate Research Professor (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – February 29, 2016
I worked with federal agencies to advance our understanding of interactions between climate change and societies in the past through modeling climate variability in tree-ring proxies.
Being a Principal Investigator is labor of love and passion, since it is a immense amount of work and stress. The University of Arizona management efficiently supported my research-related development and promptly administrated incoming grants. Overall, I had great honor and joy working for the University.
Masters student (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – February 22, 2016
I am pursuing a Masters degree in Geosciences at the University of Arizona. This is a great place to work and study. Compensation and salary is reasonable for a student but not sustainable. It is a very challenging and rewarding place to study, we do research all around the world and have some of the best resources available including some of the top scientists in the world as advisors and professors. The students here are very friendly and provide a positively competitive experience. It is very demanding at times but overall the high expectations of my performance as a student is very helpful in developing the skills that will help me become a great professional.
Club Member (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – January 14, 2016
These are clubs and organizations that I have become involved with during my time at the University of Arizona. Theta Tau has helped me network with engineers and focuss on my studies. Alpha Kappa Psi has helped me develop professionaly, draft an exceptional resume, and improve my communication skills. Together, I have become an inspired student adept in many fields.
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – December 17, 2015
It's a very good place to work in, interacting with the teachers and students in a learning environment. It's less than half time but a good job to learn about teaching and what it takes to give a good class and have the students' attention.
Parking & Transportation Cashier (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – December 17, 2015
A typical day at work would be processing tickets from customers, being on the computer, or listening to music. We got to be on our phones or watch Netflix in our spare time so it was really nice. My co-workers were students as well as I was. It was a work-study position.
Administrative assistant (Former Employee) – Main campus – December 13, 2015
I loved working at the U of A and meeting so many wonderful students from all walks of life. The job itself was very easy and most co-workers were very friendly. Management was terrible & even though you ask for feedback and they gave you positive responses, you can still be let go for no reason whatsoever. I loved my job & was good at it.