There is no "typical day" at work; the work day is constantly changing based on the residents needs. A college campus is never the same two days in a row. That type of environment keeps you on your toes. My co-workers were awesome, some were an absolute pleasure to be around and others were what I'd like to call a "learning experience". The hardest – more... part of the job is to always remember to separate the personal from the business, especially because you live where you work. The most enjoyable part of my job is the day to day interaction with the residents and to be of service to them. – less
Administrative Assistant/IT Data Entry Operator (Current Employee), Princess Anne, MD – June 25, 2014
A typical day at work involves constant interaction with students, who are our customers. Management is fair. Co-workers are like co-workers anywhere--they can be good, and they can be not so good. The hardest part of the job is balancing all duties required, as is synonomous with most every other job. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping others – more... (students). – less
• Completed various clerical duties within dorm office and increased overall productivity of the dorm environment. • Helped freshman students get acclimated to dorm environment and college life by maintaining a sense of community
Assist in preparing simple to complex tax returns for low-income individuals or small businesses; Resolve customer complaints. Recommend additional products and services. Hardest part is running into an issue with someones taxes that you a restricted by. Most enjoyable part is interacting with the customers.
Media Coordinator, Office Assistant (Former Employee), Princess Anne, MD – January 15, 2014
I was an active student involved on a lot of projects in the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. They allow me to wear my multiple hats athlete to video producer, to office assistant and media coordinator. I had a good time interacting and working with the UMES faculty.
This type of job doesn't come with any type of benefits and you are layoff six month out the year. There isn't no benefits or incentives to want to work there beside having a job. You work in all types of weather condition. The supervisors doesn't 't value your opinions or sugguestions. My typical day begins at night working under all types of weather. – more... I am responsible for checking students nd visitors identification and proper sticker on their vehicles. Checking housing area for any students lockout of their complex. Checkimg the housing area for any property damages or emergancy. Contact dispatcher for police or Ambulance if needed. Give. Written report of what happen daily. – less
Small town university with very helpful and kind people
Research Assistant (Former Employee), Princess Anne, MD – August 28, 2013
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore is in a small town so it gives students a chance to concentrate on their work. Class sizes are relatively small so students tend to have more one-to-one attention from professors.