Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach (Current Employee), Austin, TX – August 18, 2014
Pros: travel, a tradition of winning
Cons: slow to make changes
No such thing as a typical work day in Coaching at UT. Everyday is different when dealing with student athletes. Dealing with management is often slow and unproductive. Most of my co-workers are awesome people who have the best interest of the student athletes and university in mind. The hardest part about working for UT is dealing with system itself. – more... The most enjoyable part of my job is working with people to accomplish their individual and team goals and sharing in the success of the team. – less
Assistant, ESL Department (Former Employee), Austin, TX – February 4, 2014
in order to work at University of Texas, I took some online classes such as work ethic, procedures and procedures. it was a part time job during my education. Management is always very helpful and mentoring for any situation.
Crew Leader and Materials Handler (Former Employee), Austin, TX – February 3, 2014
Pros: steady check
Cons: everything else
Get your work orders for the day, and get them done as efficiently as possible always displaying the best customer service as possible. Leadership skills great customer service skills and how to drive a box truck. No comment on management, or my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was going to it knowing no matter how hard you work you will not – more... get any more money for it, and you will not be able to advance in your department or transfer to another without losing pay. The most enjoyable part about the job was we had a lot of freedom we weren't stuck in just one spot – less
Learning Assistant (Current Employee), Austin, TX – January 28, 2014
As a tutor for the university I would attend lecture with the class I helped tutor. During class I would answer any questions they had pertaining to the problems. I held office hours outside of class time where students could come to get help with homework or the topics at hand.
I had the option to work from home, so oftentimes I did that, but I would go into the office between classes and talk to the professor about the progress of the consolidation. Hardest part of the job was just learning Bash scripting from scratch which was something I wasn't very familiar with at the time. Most enjoyable part was working from home.
Research Assistant (Current Employee), Austin, TX – January 22, 2014
Cons: no cons
Working as a research assistant at the University of Texas at Austin, Aerospace Engineering Department, allowed me to apply the topics learned in class to a professional environment. I had the opportunity to work hands on on projects funded by notorious Aerospace industries such as NASA and the AirForce. Also, I gained trust from my employers by showing – more... that I am extremely professional, knowledgeable, and that I am always looking for new challenges in order to grow in this profession. My responsibilities included design, machining, construction of the components used during the research, and data analysis. – less
Research Assistant/Team member (Former Employee), Austin, TX – January 15, 2014
tough and educational.
definitely worth while to get an education from here. Definitely a great research institute. The best part is being able to do undergraduate research with a graduate student. I learned so much about qualitative studies and the research process.
Grader and Tutor (Former Employee), Austin, TX – December 20, 2013
Working as a tutor at UT Austin for a professor was rewarding in that I was able to help other students with their homework and tutor them before tests. However, this job took up the majority of my time and left me little time to study for my own classes.
An amazing place to grow as a researcher, intellectual, and educator
Instructor/Lecturer (Former Employee), Austin, TX – December 19, 2013
Through course-work and hands on experience learned how to conduct original empirical research, as well as to convey the importance of the work through writing and in the classroom. I learned that I have a deep love for field work and am able to draw out people from various backgrounds with ease. I learned that while I had not planned to become an educator, – more... I love teaching. The hardest part of the job was time management and working with faculty who run on different schedules. The most enjoyable part was to contribute to scientific knowledge within a community of scholars. – less