Every day is a new lesson. Opportunities to get involved as a student in campus activities and involvement. Great co-workers and supervisors. Continuous learning experience from all aspects and field such as project management, legal management, architectural and planning
Secretary (Former Employee), Miami, FL – April 1, 2013
Typical day included a lot of typing for law professors. I increased my 'people skills' and learned to work with and appreciate very detailed oriented professionals. My co-workers were very helpful and the hardest part about my job was knowing that it was 'temporary' and would end soon. I thoroughly enjoyed working in this higher education environment.
Polysomnographer (Current Employee), Sleep Lab – March 30, 2013
Cons: no breaks, cameras, no flexibility everything
This Dept. has the most unprofessional staff that I have ever seen. They have their employees under surveillance as if they were criminals and they are far from friendly and flexible. This Depts. management will single out employees and evaluate you on a personal level not a professional one. Much better places out there to work at.
User Assistant (Former Employee), Coral Gables, FL – March 28, 2013
Pros: time to do school work, flexibility of hours worked
A typical day involves signing in for work, checking computers, stocking up on supplies like paper and staples, swiping users cards as they enter, and assisting users with using the system. Management offers opportunities in flexibility of scheduling based on class schedule and the workers are willing to help with trading shifts and offering assistance. – more... The hardest part of my job is sometimes finding available times to work around my class schedule and the most enjoyable part is being able to help others without feeling I'm sacrificing too much school time. – less