Special events and publications manager (Former Employee) – Biddeford, ME – October 13, 2017
There were so many things about my job that I enjoyed. The people were wonderful. Too many things to list that I learned to list. My supervisors were all the best. The hardest part of the job was leaving.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – ME – September 26, 2017
people I worked with were great, but bosses didn't care about u, was put on a different shift 3 times was told my child or.my job they didn't want me to see my kid for 3 days lost weight on shift they put me on and didn't care so had to leave as I was told no hours but yet was advertising for first shift job itself was pretty easy, kids r.great to much focus on stairways
CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR (Current Employee) – Portland, ME – July 12, 2017
I love working at the University of New England because I enjoy teaching. It is a way of giving back and also keeping up with the evolving world that is dentistry and dental hygiene. There are different challenges each day on the clinic floor which is exciting and educational for the students and myself. Working as an instructor encouraged me to go back and obtain my Master's degree, which I now have.
Patient Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Portland, ME – July 7, 2017
UNE is a decent enough place to work. Great benefits, but, as is typical in a corporate setting, heavy politics help some people advance while others are held back. Too bad because other than that, it is a really nice place to work.
Application Coordinator (Former Employee) – Portland, ME – May 4, 2017
No responsibility was taken by management for issues that came about. They were quick to blame others for their own short comings and never resolved other problems that occurred in the office. The office dynamic was very hostile and the management staff ran the staff with a bullying mentality.
Online writing teacher (Former Employee) – Biddeford, ME – December 21, 2016
UNE provided a positive and organized work environment online, with high and specific, yet, attainable expectations. Creating lessons to use online was guided based on principles established in an organized manner.
AquaWise Instructor (Current Employee) – Biddeford, ME – September 8, 2016
I go in with time to workout in the strength and conditioning facility then meet with the Head coach for the Men's Soccer team as we plan practice and evaluate video. Practice goes for about two hours and then we do a video session with the players from the game before. I usually run the lads through fitness and conditioning and help to run technical drills.
Tour Guide (Current Employee) – Admissions Cottage – December 1, 2014
As a tour guide I tour perspective students around the college campus. Perspective students can range from high school students, students looking to transfer, international students and cross country students. I have learned extensive information about the college. If there are no students to tour, I work in an office setting filing important paperwork and transcripts of students.
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Biddeford Pool, ME – September 15, 2014
I was 6 mths pregnant when I started working at UNE I loved all my coworkers,Alot of work involved in housekeeping. a typical day started at 3 am with one or two academic buildings thouroughly cleaned till about six when students started theyre classes. then from six till 1 pm dorms.... dorms would vary daily alot of scrubbing and vaccuming but plenty of opportunity to meet diverse people.
benefits, courses available to employees for half price per class
Fish Caretaker (Former Employee) – Biddeford, ME – May 14, 2014
On a normal day, I would go into the Marine Science Center and retrieve a herring from the freezer. I would then remove the head and tail and cut the remaining part into bite-sized pieces. These would be fed to the marine organisms in the aquariums until all had eaten. Later on I was also given the task of cleaning algae from the sides of the Gulf of Maine tank. As this was a small group of people, I had few coworkers, all of whom were easy to get along with. Our supervisor is a thoughtful individual who concerns herself with our everyday well-being.
Fit easily around class schedule, worked with sea creatures.
Poor-quality scrubber often fell apart; hands smelled like fish afterward.