Student Worker/Tutor (Former Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – May 30, 2015
Was a good job for a student. Got to pick when to set up meetings to tutor so it fit in with my classes. The pay was decent for a student tutor. It was hard to help some of the students because of their understanding of a computer and they are trying to do a degree that is based around a computer.
Library Assistant (Former Employee) – Monticello, AR – March 18, 2015
My job at the University of Arkansas at Monticello allowed me to work in an environment where I interacted with other students and enhance my organizational and communication skills. This job was flexible with my schools hours and was a pleasant, quiet environment to work in. The staff was friendly and eager to help you whenever you needed assistance.
good place to work if they would open some full time positions.
Carpenter (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – May 26, 2015
good place to work and good people but no full time jobs for carpenters.very good hours,fairly easy work.fairly easy work,do a lot of different jobs,from finishing concrete,laying carpet,building walls,to my favorite trim and finish work
One of the best, most exciting jobs that I have ever had. I loved the 3 years that I worked for the department and the people I worked with. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping create the fan experience and make it the best possible one for each and every event.
GED Coordinator/Student Records Coordinator (Current Employee) – Pine Bluff, AR – June 2, 2014
Great company with teamwork/family atmosphere. I recommend this institution to anyone looking to work in the education field or anyone who has a desire to further their education at a college university.
family atmosphere, faculty/staff appreciation events, great benefits
Office Assistant/Education Department (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – March 21, 2013
The center was a very productive place. i was able to help assist the students and the staff that fluctuated in and out of the center on a daily basis. I enjoyed my time working here as I discovered a love of reading due to the many wonderful literary selections!
UA Safe Ride Dispatcher (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – September 18, 2012
Safe Ride is a great program and a joy to work at. It offers a relaxed work environment with great coworkers. We are able to work together well which made the office experience wonderful. Its easier to go to work at a job I enjoy.
New Student Orientation, Mentor (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – June 4, 2013
Long hours, start at 6am and continue to work until 1130pm or later. Ability to talk to incoming students about concerns. Help with class registration which built relationships with advisers at the college.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – March 30, 2013
The department is like a family. It is small, and everyone is very cordial and fun to work with. Everyone is excellent at what they do, and the department as a whole is very productive in producing analysis in the area of education policy. A relatively new department, it is quickly on the rise.
Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – May 30, 2012
I was working as a teaching assistant, and the hardest part of the job is sometimes the lab I teach is not related to my major. However it's also the amazing part of the job because in this case I would be pushed to learn a lot in a short time.
Secretary II - Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – February 28, 2014
I earned my undergraduate degree for practically nothing while I was working at the University of Arkansas and my children went there for 50% off of their tuition. You can't find benefits like that everywhere.
Accountant II, Research Accounting (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – September 27, 2015
The job is relatively enjoyable, but quite repetitive and I enjoy more variety in the work I do. The benefits are good and with 12 paid holidays, we have plenty of time to relax, rejuvenate and unwind.
Learning Specialist Assistant (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – April 21, 2013
This job gave me experience in learning how to work with different learning styles and managing time and resources effectively. During this time I also learned about upper management and the hierarchy of a management position.