Doctoral Candidate (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – January 27, 2016
The University of Louisville had a robust extent of funding and updated instrumentation when I began my Ph.D. coursework. The environment as whole, however, is gossipy and the cultural climate is stagnant to say the least.
Productive, well kept up! friendly people and Great Benefits, nice Pay, Great Security
Maintinance (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – December 31, 2015
Management was considerably there for Our needs, I learned many new things like Cleaning the Plant because the School provided its on resources for their heating and air the hardest of the job was shoveling Coal into the heating system the most enjoyed was going from building to building you never in the same spot in one area everyday was about the same as any! I can say a pretty descent job it was! reason for moving I moved out of town because of my wife work traveled to their final destination in Tampa, Fla to stay for good
Medical Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – December 4, 2015
I was able to do my work base learning at UofL Hospital and it was amazing! I was able to learn so much and the staff was great! Everyone there really seemed to like working there and I truly do miss it!
A stable work environment and supports ethical work standards
Assistant Treasurer (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – December 4, 2015
Each day is challenging although your skill set is enhanced through professional development offerings. There exists a team atmosphere among most staff along with clear management direction. The emphasis of Treasury is to maintain an optimum cash position to support the operations, which is fulfilling when accomplished.
Tuition remission for employees and immediate family members or dependents.
Progress on projects or new endeavors involves delays usually due to funding.
Lab Tech Assistant (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – November 2, 2015
My jobs at uofl was very nice. I would clean animal cages daily. I stayed on my feet most of the day. My co workers worked hard and were very reliable. The job was very enjoyable. The hardest part was getting ready for inspections.
College of Business Student Assistant (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – September 20, 2015
My typical day at work requires me to scan documents, make copies, and search for documents for professors and adjuncts in the CIS and MGMT department. This job was very easy but majority of my time was spent sitting at the front desk doing homework for my classes, very little time was needed for doing tasks related to the job.
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 19, 2015
A typical day starts with my classes. I need to take care of the Laboratory myself and to help the students who are facing difficulties in their work and make sure they were in the right track. I have learnt a lot how to tackle a problem and how to communicate with others when they face some problems are the major. The most enjoyable part is to teach and the hardest part of the is to make every student to attend all the labs.
Assistant (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – July 29, 2015
A 2 person office where the work load is minimal now as my boss is retiring. Coordinate, schedule and arrange bi-weekly and bi-monthly meetings. Good collegiality among others on the floor. I have thoroughly enjoyed my job and at one time found taking minutes a bit difficult during 2 hour meetings.
AUS Course Reserves Specialist (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – July 7, 2015
A laid-back work environment with hands on management who know how to step back and let you do your work. Everyone is part of the team and we all work together in order to provide a pleasant, helpful experience for our patrons. The hardest part of the job would be when the programs we use glitches and we want to help out patrons, but there is literally nothing we can do at the moment. However the best part of the job would be my co-workers who i can collaborate with on different tasks.An excellent place to get started working, or to continue working in the library.
DIRECTOR DISEASE MANAGEMENT (Former Employee) – Louisville, Kentucky – June 19, 2015
University of Louisville has been and continues to be on the forefront of academic excellence in the community. I was surrounded by intelligent professionals and a management team who were extremely supportive with my role and career.
LPN (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – June 6, 2015
This was the first job I took out of nursing school and although I got to see and do a lot of things I would not have experienced anywhere but a trauma center, it was not why I went into nursing. My plan when I decided to go into nursing was to work with children and I did not get that there.
Coordinator of 55 works (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – May 21, 2015
Excellent working relationship with all other managers and employees. I enjoyed most working with many diverse groups and listening to their needs and what they wanted to accomplish from this training.