Marketing Manager (Former Employee), San Juan, PR – December 3, 2013
The University of New Orleans (UNO) had a started a EMBA program in PR in 2005. I had the opportunity to recruit and work UNO-PR for four years. I worked on a typical day handling student issues, working with media vendors and organizing Open House events to attract new students.
Desk Assistant (Current Employee), New Orleans, LA – April 20, 2013
Pros: learnt how to shelf the books.
Cons: it was a hard job. shelving was difficult.
I was a library student worker at the Earl K. Long Library. My main work was to help the library users help to find them with the books they were looking for. If they had a proper code for the book, I would go to the shelf and find it. If not I would look for the code, and help them. Also, I shelved the books according to the standard shelving criteria – more... of the library. – less
Research Assistant (Former Employee), New Orleans, LA – November 14, 2012
Professors here are nice and patient with the students. I have been working in mechanical engineering department for 3 years and half. There are enough advanced lab equipment and facility for both scientific research and undergraduate training. Students here are always willing to help each other on coursework and daily life. everything looks good.
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee), New Orleans, LA – September 4, 2012
I enjoyed working at school all most every day through out my education. helped me to develop Learning and Organisational skills. My co-workers are so kind and we used to discuss lot of things about education and personal things. The most enjoyable part of the job could be dealing with students at lab and answering to their questions regarding the experiments – more... and subject. – less
Exciting place to work at in a constantly changing environment.
Counselor for Customer Relations and Recruitment (Current Employee), New Orleans, LA – July 26, 2012
At the Admissions Department-International Admissions, I learned that it is imperative to always provide a consistent, profession and personal customer service, especially if your customers are from anywhere in the world.
My coworkers have always been great, with many different backgrounds and interesting stories. There is a lot of support and the – more... group is united.
On a typical day at work I would have to communicate with customers, go out recruit abroad and nationally, evaluate applications, take decisions based on those evaluations, award scholarships, and plan recruitment trips and events.
The hardest part of the job is when I get to speak with customers that do not speak the language, and it is often very hard to understand what they need.
The most enjoyable part of the job is to being told thank you for having helped a customer to get into our University and having shaped their future. – less