Admissions Liaison (Current Employee), Columbia, MO – February 25, 2013
Outreach to prospective and new students and their parents to provide advice and information in an effort to persuade them to choose the University of Missouri-Columbia. Explain the deadlines, answer their questions and offer potential solutions to their concerns.
Deplorable Conditions and Treatment by Research Scientists
Sr. Research Specialist (Former Employee), Columbia, MO – February 12, 2013
An 8 hour day is non-existent and when you sacrifice your health, your family life for the job, don't expect recognition. The research scientists will deny how badly they treat staff, there is no recourse through HR. If your a highly skilled professional move on ... don't waste your time.
Assistant Research Technician (Current Employee), Columbia, MO – January 15, 2013
A typical day at work included data management, summary of research project, working with research cattle, managing assistant research technicians and attending class. I expanded computer skill, nutrition knowledge, written and oral communications, and management skills. What is most enjoyable about the job is the ability to provide beef producers with – more... tools that ultimately increase profitability. – less
Secretary (Former Employee), Columbia, MO – January 9, 2013
Cons: expensive parking, poor management
This is a review for the University healthcare system not the university itself. Wages are ok for a smaller city. Parking is expensive for employees not to mention the lack of spaces. Management could be much better.
LAB ASSISTANT (Former Employee), Columbia, MO – December 19, 2012
Pros: on campus, gain experience
Working in any lab at the University is great, and comes with competitive pay that increases substantially every year you're there. Excellent and flexible part-time job as a student, and great benefits when full-time.
A great place to work, I advanced into various jobs
Mail Carrier, Grounds, Custodian, Lead Custodian (Former Employee), Rolla, MO – December 18, 2012
Pros: small town living
Cons: short breaks
retired now & relocated to the St. Louis area.
picked up US mail from post office, we sorted, bundled picked up & delivered to the different departments on campus. I learned how to do bulk mail also & various other things. I worked for some of the best management ever in my careers. My co-workers were easy to get along with we were all team workers. – more... I can't think of a part that was the hardest part of the job. All of it I enjoyed. – less
Grants & Contracts Assistant (Current Employee), Columbia, MO – November 12, 2012
The University of Missouri is a great place to work! They provide room for growth and advancement, competitive salary and great benefits. The overall atmosphere is relaxed and everyone cares about each other.