Good Time Off Schedule-OK Place to Work as Long as You Have College-Aged Children Otherwise Think Long and Hard
Transcript Advisor, Center for Advising (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – August 15, 2016
Children of university employees get free undergraduate tuition, and employees get a fairly similar vacation schedule as students do. Otherwise, there is a wide atmosphere of paranoia & lack of confidence & appreciation & trust from university leadership towards its employees, and those attitudes filter down to departmental supervisors. Most annual salaries are not that great, and spouses are no longer covered in university health insurance. That wasn't always the case; that change happened in the last couple of years.
Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – December 2, 2015
Good working environment and good work culture. Very supportive management and co-workers. The most rewarding part of the job is teaching young adults and seeing them learn and grow over the course of the class.
Student Business Leadership Academy --President (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 22, 2016
Great for growing networks and establishing connections within businesses. It was probable the best decision of my life. Got to plan events, meet CEOs and network within the community. Scholarship opportunities also available
Teacher (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – December 31, 2015
This was once a very nice place to work, but since the new administration, it is not. It has become very corporate and no job is safe. You are at a constant risk to lose your job due to "reorganization". Benefits are not as great. You can't treat every industry like a corporation. Customer service and quality suffers due to money becoming the primary objective.
Koval Clinic -management, front office duties (Current Employee) – 1400 E Hanna Ave – October 31, 2015
Was a great place to work, but new management leads a lot to be desired. New President not involved in employees at all. This was to be a Health and Wellness Clinic...never allowed to go anywhere with it. Now clinic is pretty much gone for the employees.
Administrative Assistant in Publications (Current Employee) – University of Indianapolis – May 12, 2014
* Manage daily operations * Work with printers to oversee jobs * Work with departments to create and submit jobs for publication * Manage marketing ads-submit for approval to outside sources * Manage email, correspondence and some departmental calendars * Edit, write and aid others within department to get jobs done * Some billing and invoicing
Student Athlete on Scholarship (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – October 16, 2015
Inspired by a hard-working environment, the University of Indianapolis provided me with so much opportunity to better myself. As a 4-year member of the collegiate tennis team, I learned more about the game and more about myself than ever before. With the support of my teammates, family, administration, and coaches, I was able to excel in our conference and become one of the top tennis players in the Division II Midwest Region.
Tutor/Volunteer (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 21, 2015
It was fun to work with the children and help them develop interesting characters within their writing.The work mainly consisted of trying to make their characters more relate-able and interesting; as they were writing about super heroes they tended to give them super power type abilities and made them little more than those abilities. I had fun explaining to them how a character can be interesting. Mainly they needed to understand that their character having no weaknesses, no flaws, and nothing they need to improve on or learn as they effortlessly defeated villains was not interesting or relate-able. I likened it to a machine easily crushing things they are designed to crush, neat to look at for the first time or two but most will quickly lose interest.
Fun, researching fiction writing
hard explaining difficult concepts to children, not a lot of time to do so
Course Instructor (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 23, 2015
I enjoy being a professional learner and teacher. I educated on the basic principles of pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, drug interactions, adverse drug events, in general, how drugs produce their effects. It rewarding to see students progress thru the program and gain the confidence and competence to revolutionize health care knowledge development with an emphasis on practice knowledge and translation. My personal mission is to lead change and advance health in populations by focusing on preventative health that will lead to preventable deaths. This has and will continue to be accomplished by empowering others through leadership and education. I am delighted and humbled to have been introduced to the brilliance, passion, and energy of future advance practice nurses They are sources of countless innovations that will enrich and improve our lives.
Athletic Services Intern (Former Employee) – Indianapolis Indiana – June 16, 2014
Work Day, -Responsible for pregame set up of all home games -Assist visiting teams to locker rooms and provide a professional demeanor to coaching staff -Create a personal checklist of tasks to be completed before & after the sporting event -Must be able to work independently or with others for hours at a time -Assist with half time promotions/giveaways
Productive place where we set-up for events and help guest
Student manager of Conference and Scheduling (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – February 21, 2013
We set up for events that are happening on campus. This ranges from tables and chairs, to audio equipment. Also we are an information center for the university and answer questions for guests. The workers are mostly all students who currently attend the University of Indianapolis and there is A director and assistant director who schedule all the events who are graduates of the University. One of the hardest parts of the jobs is getting everything perfect for very high profile events on campus but overall its a perfect job for a student to get their homework done when not doing a setup for an event
some very complex setups and sometimes quick turn over rates for events
Full-Time Student (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – June 3, 2015
Is the college I attend, full-time. I pay to attend and like going to school at UIndy. I don't have an honest review as this is not an employer and I wanted to show what I have been doing during this time.
Greyhound Message Ambassador (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 9, 2013
I was a part-time student worker. I called prospective high school students and marketed the University of Indianapolis to them. We had a supervisor but they trusted us to get our work done, so they were hands-off for the most part. I would say the most enjoyable part was working with other students and the flexible schedule. The hardest part was dealing with the parents or the people who were upset when you called.
Graduate Assistant (Former Employee) – indianapolis indiana – December 3, 2014
the day would start with setting up labs or preparing for class and involved considerable amount of quality learning since the classes were conducted by some of the best in the field. The hardest part was to be quick and spontaneous in your response to students. The best part about the job was the ability to be a team player and also getting the opportunity to work with some of the best co workers.
I worked with real professionals who worked well with each other
Visiting Assistant Professor (Doctoral Student) (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – August 11, 2014
I was only there one semester while the "real" professor was on sabbatical. I was well liked by students & faculty alike. I was asked upon leaving to apply for the Assistant Director position, but had to turn it down because I had just begun my PhD program. I was given a lot of positive feedback.
3rd shift custodian (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – February 20, 2015
I have learned to stay ahead of my job from hiring manager and Director. The hardest part is just being in a building by oneself throughout the shift but it also allows me to focus on what I need to get done.