It could not get any better than working with musicians, those who want to be musicians and listening to music while working.
Suzuki Piano, Coordinator (Current Employee) – Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music – November 17, 2013
My current job is fulfilling. My colleagues are great musicians.My students are adorable and listening to them is a joy. But, at 60 years old, I want a little more adventure in my life. What could be more adventurous than working on a Cruise Ship? My dream job is to be a librarian aboard a ship. The next best job would be playing classical music at a piano bar or collaborating with a classical singer while cruising the seas. What a dream come true if either of the above were to happen!
Manager of Facilities, Mgmt. & Project Services (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – January 20, 2016
The university has a good working atmosphere with strong leadership. I work with several talented project managers and developed a good working team. We deal with variety of projects and challenging budget.
football (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – January 14, 2016
Former Kicker at the University of Memphis Memphis is a great place to live and play football I would say that this place has really helped me out a lot because I made so many connections at the University of Memphis
We work under the campus police department. A typical day requires us to answer a multi line phone to dispatch escorts. Log those escorts on a call sheet, while using phones to coordinate team member movements while responding to calls for escorts.
Production Crew, assitant (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – December 2, 2015
Part of the production crew is set up and take down all film equipment as well as film on game days. I assisted a few games to gain experience I had never gained before in the field of Sport and leisure management
A typical day at work was going to school, doing rounds on my given days then going to sleep to do it again. I learned more patience, the proper way to handle certain situations, the importance of communication, and how much a smile/greeting can affect someone's day. Management was pretty cool. My co-workers were good, there were some of us who didn't do our work, some who did more than enough, some who did the bare minimum, and some who did the best they could. The hardest part of the job was balancing between being strict and being nice. The most enjoyable part of the job was putting smiles on other students face and that helping me smile even more and harder.
Meal Plan, flex bucks, Dinning Dollars, and free room and board (single room)
Having to address situations that were against the rules
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – August 9, 2015
I oversaw transcription and data analysis for my Advising Professor as well as aided in copyediting, proofreading, and assembly of a grant proposal for an upcoming research project. In addition I averaged and assigned exam grades, prepared class readings, and taught and prepared undergraduate class material. Other duties that I performed included planing and organizing special events as well as aided in the development of student-alumni mentorship program.
Graduate Assistant (Former Employee) – Memphis – July 27, 2015
I worked with different faculty members and mainly helped on of the professors manage an undergraduate organization. I learned different excel techniques. Management was ok. I enjoyed my co-workers and other faculty members that I would work with. The pay was perfect and allowed me to get my masters with no debt.