They have very advanced learning system all over the country. Visiting Research Scholar (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – July 19, 2016 They have very advanced learning system all over the country. The second excellent approach is the research methodology, which is unique among The United States Universities. great job UFCU Disch Falk Field (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – July 15, 2016 everything at this facility was amazing. the workers are all happy and nice, the mangers are nice, the stadium was clean and well kept. the customers were friendly and the hours were great Great University to start or continue your education Project Manager student (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – July 12, 2016 Great place to enhance ones capacities and have better opportunities at the professional field. Only attending as professional student for the Project Management Certificate Program which is valid to sit for the Project Management Professional Exam developed and created by the Project Management Institute. Nice place to work Program Coordinator (Current Employee) – Tyler, TX – July 11, 2016 The University of Texas At Tyler is a nice place to work in general with amazing benefits. The only real downside is the lack of good management. salad prep Salad Chef (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – July 11, 2016 use of my culinary degree to help kitchen prepare salad for Jester Hall students. Worked morning shift Welcoming environment. Student Associate (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – July 7, 2016 I worked in the business office in the College of Pharmacy. I helped with data entry, prepared payment vouchers, paid monthly and yearly bills, purchased items for laboratories and departments in the College of Pharmacy. Good place to work for college student to make ends meet Undergraduate assistant (Former Employee) – ECE department – June 28, 2016 I worked here as a computer lab proctor. The hours are flexible and benefits are good. It was a friendly team environment. Was this review helpful? Yes No temp job Childcare Provider (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – June 25, 2016 the job itself was easy if you are able to handle 100 kids. normal day care job, was only temporary. was a floater didnt get to know to much about the place long enough Was this review helpful? Yes No Texas Student Media Need New Management Advertising Account Executive, Texas Student Media (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – June 22, 2016 Texas Student Media is a great place to get experience working in advertising sales. The management and commission plan need to change in order to be up to par of the Moody College and UT.
lousy commission plan and Management
Was this review helpful? Yes No Decent work environment Graduate Coordinator (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – June 15, 2016 There are programs with too many hands involved and some with poor organization and no help for training and support. Many people are pleasant to work with, but I think UT needs to reevaluate many positions and help supplement those good workers where they need help. All the money goes to athletics which is why the academics and culture suffers. Enjoyed it Teaching / Lab Assistant (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – June 12, 2016 Great experience. Teaching and Laboratory Assistant for machine tools and operations. Helped students learn how to operate and run several machine tools including the manual lathe and mill Was this review helpful? Yes No The University of Texas at Austin Technical Services Manager (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – June 5, 2016 I have been with University for over 8 years in a variety of positions. I have learned many things during my tenure within the teams I have been a part of. Great Working Environment Work-Study Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – June 1, 2016 Working for UT has been a lovely experience because of the flexibility offered (which I need since I am a full time student) and my amazing co-workers! Was this review helpful? Yes No Good place to work, friendly staff Security Guard (Current Employee) – Port Aransas, TX – May 22, 2016 I'm currently the night shift security guard. So the hours I work I interact only rarely with the rest of the faculty and staff. But from what I've seen it seems like a pretty relaxed environment.
Little chance of promotion
Good place for research research associate (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – May 16, 2016 Good co-work Safe environment Time free Good equipment Good professor easy access to journals Good benefit Good laboratory
Time free, Good benefit
Hot weather, low salary
Was this review helpful? Yes No Works Separation Research Program Technician Assistant (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – May 15, 2016 I had this job when I was in UT-Austin. I was guided by two professional technicians. They are really up in their game and extremely proficient in what they are doing. Also, I am truly thankful for the kind team leader for helping me and recommending me to numerous universities. Was this review helpful? Yes No Working at UT Research Associate Scientist I (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – May 13, 2016 My time here at the university has been a tremendously rewarding experience and has enriched my skills as a scientist. The work is challenging and I have never stopped learning as a result. Open door policy, lots of opportunities for advancement. Clerk 1 Clerk 11 Clerk 111 (Former Employee) – P.O.Box 7399 Austin, Texas 78713-7399 – May 8, 2016 A typical day at work would be hard to explain. I wore many hats during an eight hour shift, The daily duties would rotate based on any given day of the monthly cycle. The hardest part if the job was being able to see all the projects in a completed state.
A lot of artistic, entertainment, culture events
Unable to handle the growth of the work force.
Was this review helpful? Yes No Great TA job Teacher's Assistant in Machine Tool Operation (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – May 3, 2016 Great TA job as I was in school. flexible hours, fun environment, great people to work with, Gave me experience I needed. Was this review helpful? Yes No Wonderful but confusing Researcher (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – May 2, 2016 Working as a researcher at UT Austin is fantastic in terms of other committments, but the structure of payment is not well explained, and you pay severely in terms of benefits when you take on the position without much information on how it affects your insurance.
Good amounts of free time
Confusing, financially inferior to common alternatives
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