Sr IT Auditor (Former Employee) – Shrewsbury, MA – November 3, 2016
You'll find massive turnover in Internal Audit because Management is both insecure and incompetent. There's a very high level of complaints regarding both harassment and sexism. Quality staffing is quickly and easily poached by quality institutions. There's no money in public institutions. Good luck.
Asst Men's Basketball Coach (Former Employee) – Amherst, MA – September 18, 2016
Typical day at work would consist of evaluating film, to help prepare for opponents, Practice with our team , and making phone calls to speak with potential student athletes. Really leaned how to make the most of my time. Phenomenal resources made it easy on us to get a lot of work done. My coworkers were the absolute best!! We've know each other for a long time and being blessed to have the opportunity to work in an environment of great people was great!! The most enjoyable part of my job was the time spent away from my family, do to travel. The most enjoyable part was also the travel with team and coworkers.
Graduate Assistant (Former Employee) – Dartmouth, MA – August 19, 2016
A good college for our higher education. It is one of the best college which I have studied. I have learned a lot of skills from Umass Dartmouth which include how to manage resources and work efficiently.
Zumba® Instructor (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – August 11, 2016
Umass Boston's group fitness room was not the best. A typical day included waiting for the instructor before me to finish on time, and rushing to get my music ready for my class. The sound system was not good and very fuzzy. The floor was also not padded at all. The management was great, and the co-workers were nice. The hardest part of the job was leading class with such a hard floor. Eventually I had to leave this position because I would have knee pain after class. The most enjoyable part of the job was having students taking a break from studies and participating.
high energy environment with opportunity to write and research
Lecturer (part-time) (Former Employee) – Dartmouth, MA – July 13, 2016
A typical day at work consists with teaching courses for doctoral students, and participating in doctoral dissertation committees. The most enjoyable part of the work is teaching and advising students.
Very good starting place to work for a trainer, great experience
Floor supervisor (Current Employee) – Amherst, MA – June 9, 2016
Very good starting place to work for a trainer, great experience. It is very easy to work around your class schedule. The management is helpful but sometimes would like to see them be more lenient with minor screw-ups such as if you take a sick day, no matter the reason or if you have a note, they take points off. Points are a system used here to see if someone should be eligible for rehire, or even fired.