Physically challenging environment that encourages you to maximize leadership potential
Cadet (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – May 10, 2016
Graduated from the Cadet Leadership Course at Fort Knox, KY in 2015 Cadet Company Commander • Command of 105 cadets Battalion Staff Officer • Operational Planning for training and leadership development • Company Cadet Officer in Charge Teach, Advise and Counsel Program • Lead Evaluator Cadets leadership ability and potential • Second Lieutenant Candidate May 2016 – Infantry branch detail Finance
Certified Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Aurora, CO 80045 – May 9, 2016
UCH is a very great place to work they have good benefits and they do what they can to accommodate if you plan on going back to school. Neurology is the department I work in and I love the people I work with its just management that I have an issue with. There is to too much favoritism that goes in this clinic and I just don't think its fair or right.
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – April 3, 2016
Do not go to graduate school here. They are a disorganized mess. My typical day was pure stress, trying to balance schooling with the requirements of being a TA. I loved working with students, and all of them are eager to learn. Some labs are disorganized or just flat-out aren't tested.
Operations/Curriculum/Program Management (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – March 24, 2016
The University of Colorado employees about 30,000 people throughout it's many campuses. I have had the opportunity to interact with many of its employees from administration, faculty, colleagues, etc. and have formed many great relationships because of this experience.
state job classifications that are nearly impossible to break free of.
CU Concession Stand Worker (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – March 8, 2016
This job was typically on weekends, working basketball, and football games. Typically it would be an all day event between set up and clean up and running the concession stand during the game. Normally you would prepare so much, during the game you either be a runner or a cashier, and afterwards you would help to take everything down.
Lecturer, School of Public Affairs (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – March 5, 2016
In my brief time with the university and with the School of Public Affairs, I'm pleased with the support I've received as an adjunct faculty member. Teaching part time has been a great outlet and I'm very grateful for the opportunity I have had to develop my skills and share my experience with future leaders.
employee (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – February 25, 2016
The organization is very diverse so there's many departments to work for. Many of the departments are very fake and pompous in nature (even when they provide minimal organization support) which can be difficult to work for.
Human Resources Manager (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – February 19, 2016
Every department is different. The culture depends on which department you are working in. Lack of work-life balance and flexibility is an issue if you are a working parent. Otherwise, a great place to work.
English and Writing Tutor and Writing Lab Staff (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – February 17, 2016
Great institution for students and employees. Beautiful location, wonderful people, challenging graduate academics, personal and involved English department, athletic department invested in ensuring their athletes are students first.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – February 8, 2016
CU Boulder is as standard university with suitable facilities for those pursing academic research. The campus is pretty but the weather can very suddenly. One needs to be capable of handling the extremes in weather and driving in snow. Housing within the city is rather unsuitable and low quality for the price.
Undergraduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – February 6, 2016
I work on unit testing in IDL (interactive data language) which is widely use in space sciences. We work on space missions and scientific tools that are necessary for data mining. We learn how to use various tools in an agile environment. We use automated tests using Jenkins and code review through Crucible. Jira is what we use as a ticking system for tasks. The management is friendly to approach for questions or help. The work is on your own but there is a supervisor that can be contacted for assistance. The most enjoyable part of the job is the flexible hours that students get. They can schedule their work around their class hours.