Community Advisor (Former Employee), Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN – June 12, 2013
Worked in a supervisory position advising students on academic, social and personal matters Maintained a working knowledge of campus policies and regulations, interpreting and/or enforcing them as necessary
Externship (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MN – June 4, 2013
Pros: a lot of opportunities to learn new things.
Cons: campus parking is expensive, trafic was aweful. extreamly wasteful with plastic and products.
I was just an extern at the U of M. We started the day by cleaning and disinfecting the treatment areas. The students are still learning so they need a lot of help which is great if you are a busy body.
Principle Office and Administrative Specialist (Current Employee), University of Minnesota Twin Cities – June 3, 2013
Pros: regents scholarship which allowed me to go back to school for my ba - great campus - good benefits
I enjoyed working in the Office of Information Technology. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the staff that I supported everyday. I treated them like they were family and they treated me like part of the team. I loved doing all of the tasks listed below but I really loved learning about the Data Protection Team. The hardest part for – more... me has been saying good bye to those wonderful people.
In any given day I would perform the following duties.
Ordering supplies for all of OIT EAST BANK Travel Arrangements, hotel accommodations, Conference needs for OIT personnel on East Bank and sets up University Fleet Car Reservations Created and maintained the new online Travel Google Form Part of the Data Protection Team performing backups, monitors, patches, installs, decommissions, and backup removal. Administrative Support for OIT personnel in 2221 University Office Plaza Back up front desk Contacts Facilities Management when needed Key and Swipe Card Requests made to HR and updates Key Log for 2221 Suites 300 & 400 Works with NTS on Phone orders/issues Coordinating moves Scheduling/Approving Room Uses Credit Card(PCARD) to make book purchases and for authorizing payment for Production Transcripts for VNS Controls Departmental Budget Parking Passes Dissemination of mail and printed materials Maintains Name Plates for doors/cubicles and mail boxes Orders stamps for Data Security Provides credit card documentation Work with FAST, Laser Technologies & Cartridge Care – computer/printer issues/toner or maintenance programs on copiers Emails periodic reminders, information, and news Takes care of all OIT deliveries at 2221 University Ave (ie. Water) Works on event planning – retirement parties etc. (Minimum) Contacts Fed Ex for scheduling PRP returns Contacts Document Destruction to shred documents, cds/dvds – less
RN and Charge Nurse (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MN – April 22, 2013
Team loyalty between every member on the hospital floor and their excellent delivery to each patient, including the doctors, medical students, house keeping, food dietary, nursing and nursing assistants.
CPPM Waste of Tax Dollars - Inexperienced "Managers"
PM (Former Employee), MPLS – April 11, 2013
Pros: easiest do nothing job in mn.
Cons: all the folks and system you're stuck working with.
This group is I'll prepared and lacks any practical knowledge of Design & Construction. After interviewing here I couldn't get out of the department quick enough. The shear arrogance of the Director and her senior staff was only exceeded by the groups absence of two ounces of real experiences with real world projects. Clearly MN taxpayers are being – more... robbed by CPPM as everything and every project they "manage" cost 3 to 4 times more per square foot than any comparable project anywhere outside the U of MN system. Not one of these CPPM employees could get a job in the private sector. If you're looking to sit on your backside do nothing and waste more money on Capital projects, get a job with CPPM, – less