Admin for Office of University Counsel (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – January 5, 2013
The office with somewhat flexible with the start time due to so many employee who commuted. I chose to begin my day at 8:30am with a thirty minute lunch and finishing work at 5:00pm. This office worked well together and was very cohesive. We had an office of approximately forty employees. Twenty attorneys and twenty full and part-time staff, paralegals, fellows and interns. There was no distinction made on your position we all worked as a team. We had weekly functions which included food and interaction.
Research Lab Technician (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – March 9, 2015
A fine place to start working and gain experience. Took care of lab rats by cleaning and feeding daily. Hardest part of the job is to stay busy, could easily have been a part time job. Boss was not in building, located somewhere else. Worked alone most of the time.
Sr. Instructional Designer, Trainer (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – January 28, 2015
I am a contractor at UNC, so I cannot speak to what it's like to work here as a permanent employee. However, I have enjoyed the people I work with very much. Like any job, how pleasant it is depends on your manager, and I have been lucky in this regard.
Can work freely with amazing and forthcoming collegues
Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – UNC Charlotte- Mechanical Department – June 9, 2014
Teaching a class at UNC Charlotte is a fun filled time spent with the students. The best part of this job is to be able to associate with many Doctors, dean of college and other professors here at UNC Charlotte. Along with this some of the student's life experiences are amazing.
the place is amazing to work. a person is always there to lend a helping hand.
only one person controls the appointments and you are sure to get a job if you can please her.
Attendant/Cashier (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – November 29, 2012
A typical day works smooth just like clock work i go in wash hands put on required uniform .I 1st get the breakfast food out and the turn on appliances and the get all of my cleaning buckets and stay busy clean serving until break and the day is over quick stays busy from the time you get there til you leav there always more to do and make the place and work go smooth.
Director of the Mind-Body Skills Program (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill – April 28, 2012
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 professionals and the general public
worked with personnel who were well educated and quite interesting and talented
Program Assistant, Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – July 6, 2014
positive experience, got to visit campus frequently, worked for Head of Public endowments who also served as head of CDC. Co-workers were fun. I worked on the campus. Nothing was really that hard except taking minutes of meetings held by my supervisor.
Accounting Technician (Current Employee) – Chapel Hill, NC – August 24, 2013
The Department of Payroll is one of the most productive area of Finance. I work with the Bi-weekly division providing services to the entire university. We are a great example of true team work. Keeping everyone happy is the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part is working with great co-workers ensuring that every employee is paid in a timely manner.
Assistant UNIX Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – May 23, 2014
I absolutely loved this job since I was working with UNIX and Linux specifically which I really really have a passion for. I learned a tremendous amount since I was working along side a senior UNIX admininstrator who had a ton of industry experience and really helped me take my Linux/UNIX skills to a more in depth level.