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University of North Carolina Employer Reviews

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Balance of work/life
Director of Continuing Education (Current Employee), Chapel Hill, NCAugust 22, 2012
Pros: free lunches
Cons: no raises
Faculty and staff enjoy a well-balanced life at UNC-Chapel Hill.
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Toxicology/oncogenisis
Resident Physician (Former Employee), Chapel Hill, NCAugust 5, 2012
Pros: exposure to multiple research tools.
Excellent exposure to a fellowship in toxicology/oncogenisis. Primary research areas included carcinogensis/oncogenesis/cell culture.
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Temporary Position
Gallery Intern (Former Employee), Charlotte, NCJune 26, 2012
I only had a temporary internship position at UNCC which was very rewarding.
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Great place to work
Director of the Mind-Body Skills Program (Former Employee), Chapel HillApril 28, 2012
Pros: nothing to add
Cons: nothing to add
From 2008 to 2010 I worked regularly from 9 am to 5 pm mostly on the computer writing grants and papers. When needed I worked longer hours to accomplish with my duties.
I learned a great deal about research. My coworkers were very nice people most of the time. The most enjoyable part of my job was to facilitate mind-body skills groups for healthcare – more... professionals and the general public – less
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Great Place - Horrible Budget
IT Support Technician (Current Employee), Chapel Hill, NCApril 26, 2012
Pros: colleagues and support system.
Cons: no chance for advancement or raises due to
Wonderful staff and great atmosphere. Unfortunately no money in the state's budget and IT seems to be the first department affected so job security is at an all-time low.
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Internaionally aclaimed research organization.
Research Assistant Professor (Current Employee), Chapel Hill, NCApril 4, 2012
Pros: flexible scheduling
Cons: 4 consecutive years of budget cuts.
Good research environment. Diverse staff. Many cultural events.
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Simple office management and friendly professor & staff interaction
Office Worker and Professor Assistant (Former Employee), Department of Asian StudiesFebruary 20, 2012
The Department of Asian Studies was a good place to be in contact with my professors while simultaneously learn of many other Asian cultures I knew little about. The daily interactions helped me to become more well acquainted with my own instructors and TAs.
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Great place to work.
RN medical ICU (Former Employee), Chapel Hill, NCJanuary 3, 2012
Pros: wendy's on sight, caferteria open for the night shift, good salaries, very frendly people in the area.
Cons: if i stilled lived in nc i would be working there.
Very proficient staff. Excellent management. Interesting patients, some with a very rare illness. Great learning opportunities.
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Positive and Productive Place to Work
Study Abroad Advisor: Student Services Specialist (Current Employee), Chapel Hill, NCMarch 29, 2011
Pros: great co-workers, great environment, great university, fast paced
A pleasure to work at. It is a very fast-paced, exciting and challenging profession with many wonderful people!
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My very first job
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee), Wilmington, NCAugust 19, 2014
My first after school job helped me become the worker I am today. A lot of the knowledge and skills that I posses today come from working with the staff and students at Neighbor 2 Neighbor. Here I learned to think on my feet and make quick decisions, communications skills with both children, their parents, and adults. Organization played a big role – more... in keeping the store and the mentoring our structured. The best part of the day was seeing and interacting with all of the children who came for the day to improve their reading or math skills. – less
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Associate Professor of Music (Profesor de Música)
Profesor de Música (Current Employee), Boone, NCAugust 24, 2014
Pros: seguro medico, plan de jubilación
Cons: demasiadas horas de trabajo necesarias sin aumento de incentivos o de recompensacion
Soy profesor de música. En un dia típico al trabajo hago unas cinco horas de clases de viola, violín o de música de cámera, y también formo parte de varios comités de empresa. También soy responsable por el área de instrumentos de cuerda, con lo cual estoy reunido con personas como el decano o con otros responsables de otras áreas de especialidad. o – more... bién estoy ocupado en la tarea de planificar los acontecimientos y conciertos de los alumnos o de los profesores de la facultad.

Mis colegas son, por la gran parte, muy amables y respetuosos, y son personas excelentes. De todas formas, y debido a la administración de la institución, cierta infelicidad entre los colegas comienza a sembrarse.

Lo que más me cuesta del trabajo actual es la poca posibilidad de seguir delante con mejoras, tanto de la institución donde trabajamos como las personales. Los incentivos y estímulos son menores, debido al estilo de la dirección, cuando en el ámbito de la educación deberían ser mayores. Hace unas temporadas la cuota de horas al trabajo es mayor mientras la movilidad profesional va en caído.

La parte que más me gusta es el trabajo con los alumnos. Me encanta trabajar con la juventud y formar parte de su formación. Tengo ya bastantes años de experiencia en la educación, y me siento muy cómodo y feliz con ella.

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