Student Manager (Former Employee) – School of Music – April 24, 2016
This job entailed managing a team of 20 student employees while promoting the presence of the university libraries. I enjoy working in an academic environment in a position that allows me to promote a positive work environment.
Large and diverse institution with many bureaucratic obstacles
Teaching Assistant; Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – May 13, 2016
Difficult to assess objectively given my role as a doctoral student researcher and teaching assistant. The most difficult problem facing researchers in this position is the institutionalized hierarchy and corresponding disempowerment to make the decisions necessary to advance research in the best possible ways.
Good people but new systems resulted in a lot of negative turn around.
Program Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC 27599 – March 24, 2016
Daily management of operations for an academic medical training program which included daily scheduling/calendar management, all computer support and website management, serve as the singular liaison for the program in all forms of required communication.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – March 7, 2016
The graduate school at the University of North Carolina has been a great place to further my education. The people here have been very supportive and have helped me grow in my independence in academic research
Great place, challenging and exciting environment.
Graduate Student Researcher (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – March 7, 2016
Excellent work environment that engenders motivation, and creativity. Garnered further leadership qualities as well as interpersonal skills to effectively meet project deadlines. Faculty, staff and fellow graduate students are kind, helpful and very cooperative.
A very family like work environment with all the good and not so good parts of being in a family
Social Clinical Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Pittsboro, NC – January 26, 2016
While working for the University of North Carolina, I worked one on one with clients that were previously diagnosed with a variety of intellectual disabilities, specializing specifically with autism disorder. I got to know my co-workers and clients very well and even still, I maintain communication with them as often as I can. Working at the Carolina Living and Learning Center, I learned a great deal of what it means to be an individual and that just like any neurotypical thinking person, individuals with autism have specific needs, likes, dislikes, hobbies, fears, and passions just the same as any one else. It is just the details that we focus on that makes us individuals in the first place. The biggest challenge in being in this field of work would have to be the occasional violent outbursts from the clients. It is typically easy to tell if these outbursts are about to happen just by observing usual signs of aggressive behavior, but there have been a few times where the outbursts resulted in me being momentarily hospitalized. All in all, there was never a dull moment working at this facility and I would't trade the experience for anything.
Building strong relationships with the clients as well as staff.
Dealing with occasional violent outbursts.Some that even resulted in me being hospitalized.
Math Tutor (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 17, 2016
The job is quite interesting. my responsibility is to teach Statistics, Calculus and Algebra to the undergraduate students and grade the students based on exams and class performance. The most enjoyable part of the job is interacting with the students
Special Event Office Asst (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – December 11, 2015
I was a retired UNC Chapel Hill employee. I began working for UNC again for the Department of Transportation and Parking. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with my co-workers and customer service.
Postdoctoral Research Associate (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – November 12, 2015
Annoying that I can't get a parking pass but buses are free. I work for a professor not the university. Postdocs get their health coverage paid for by the professor (as long as you don't have dependents).
Research Assistant professor (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – September 23, 2015
Fun and well learning research experience in UNC. Wonderful co-workers and talented students. The most enjoyable part is can always find expertise in the area I am going to touch. A good research environment for collaborations.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and UNC Health Care Medic
Human Resources Consultant (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – September 15, 2015
A new study analyzing the economic impact of UNC System institutions reveals the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and UNC Health Care Medical Center together added $7.1 billion to North Carolina’s economy in fiscal year 2013 – an amount representing nearly 100,000 jobs in the state.
North Carolina’s institutions of higher education add value to the state’s economy.