An environment with professionals who are ready to add more to their knowledge
Epic OpTime/Anesthesia Consultant (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – April 16, 2014
I worked Night shift in my first week and usually the night commences from 6pm and at such time Operation rooms were busy with Surgeons and Anesthetist practicing their specialties, and at every point I was at hand to give necessary guide to them on how to navigate through Epic to accomplish their tasks.
The Medical Intensive Unit was my next point of call where I equally lend necessary helping hands to residents and intern and medical student.
Working with all these thorough breed professionals was a pleasant moment, easy to interact with and friendly set of professionals.
I later worked with Neurologist in the Ambulatory clinic which was another set of experience with another set of professionals who are ready to work with Epic but with nostalgia attachment to their previous package.
First job out of undergrad was a good launching point.
Research Technician (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – June 15, 2017
I enjoyed my time as a research technician at UNC-CH at the Lineberger Cancer Center. This was my first job out of undergrad, and I learned a lot on the job that prepared me for a Ph.D. graduate program. The benefits of being a state employee and eligible for overtime were very nice at the time. In a lab setting, I was never certain of what my options were for advancement. I'm certain that I performed more duties than were expected of a technician and more in line with a lab manger's duties. Nevertheless, I did not stay very long because I decided to get a Ph.D. since a B.S. degree can leave little room for career growth in academia.
Overtime pay, flexible schedule, great coworkers, retirement fund, training in multiple disciplines, free buses
No bonus or raise. Wish salary was higher to accommodate cost of living in area.
COURSE MANAGER (ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT SPECIALIST) (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – June 8, 2017
Worked as a temporary employee for 2 years, hoping to be made permanent. Instead, the job was reclassified and posted for the public to apply. My experience with the job was fantastic and I had hoped it would be a career, but alas it was not. The instability and lack of benefits were the only cons. The overall environment was good and depending on what division you are in, the pros outweigh the cons if you can find something permanent.
CMSP Student Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – May 19, 2017
The management style is generally laid back which has both benefits and drawbacks. While employees have a lot of freedom sometimes they complain that there is not a lot of guidance. Overall, I learned a lot and it was a great place for students to work.
Research Associate (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – May 11, 2017
Grad school at UNC was suberb! There were so many labs to choose from and all of the professors there are top notch. The work week is usually not more than 40 hrs and weekends and holidays are cherished. They pay according to the NIH guidelines and there is a real family feel to it with your coworkers/managers. Once you get in to UNC, you are family and you will succeed!
Shadowing (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – May 7, 2017
I had a wonderful experience shadowing at UNC. Everyone I talked to was open to teaching me about what they were doing and why. Nurses and physicians were excited about showing me their role in the hospital and I felt motivated.
I would begin the day by following a script and setting up the field with various types of equipment. I would then be around a position coach to help him coach the players or do as he wanted to help him with a drill. I would end the day with doing laundry for the players and staff. I think traveling is the best part of the job, we got to be inside of the Philadelphia Eagles stadium.
SAS Programmer (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – April 20, 2017
a good place to work and very clean building. Fast base. Is highly respected by employees for sharing concerns, problems, and opportunities. It's great to be part of something larger than just selling advertising. Helping People get jobs is very rewarding and provides great satisfaction on a daily basis.
Outstanding Work Environment/Chance to Influence North Carolina College System as a GA
Charlotte, Office of Assessment and Accreditation (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – March 29, 2017
My time here has been outstanding. I have done research, analysis, and created material that will dramatically impact education at UNCC. I am conducting meetings with the heads of the departments of the entire school, setting new standards and precedents that will benefit current and future students.
Dental Equipment Technician (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – March 27, 2017
Typically, I wrap cassettes filled with dental instruments. I ensure that none of them are broken, and place them in an established order. I have learned the value of teamwork in a small group setting, and how to see progress even when a workload seems daunting. The management, though often rotation, is quite strong, and is always encouraging and providing feedback. The hardest part of the job is that there is always a mountain of work to be done. The most enjoyable part of the job is that everyone is very warm and inviting. There is also almost always an event happening, so food is around more often than not.
they paid once a month and the management was not as good as it could have been, they were not understanding when it came to family issues and I feel they could have been more compassionate towards its employees