Shuttle Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 24, 2016
Transport students, staff and faculty to pre-determined locations with safety as top priority. Consistently provided professional, friendly and engaging service. Reliable, always ready to help out picking up shifts when needed. Communicated all emergencies, delays due to weather and carrier schedule changes to customers and supervisors. Collaborate with drivers under supervision to ensure all passengers are properly delivered.
RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 8, 2016
I strongly encourage any student considering a research opportunity through the University of Utah to do so. Undergraduate research is a great way to further your career and to gain valuable experience.
Animator (Current Employee) – Business Building – December 17, 2015
It is a great place to work for current students, because you get paid while being educated. I film lectures and upload them, essentially getting paid to go to class. I also create short animated films, all of which I learned on the job.
pharmacy technician (Former Employee) – Home Infusion – November 22, 2015
This pharmacy sucks! Don't work for them! University of Utah is a great place for education and employment as long as you don't work at this pharmacy. They've had 15-20 pharmacy technicians come and go (turnover) in the past 2 years because management is easily manipulated and listens to the person who is causing the problem instead of hearing everyone else's opinion. This pharmacy will never improve til they take care of the root of the problem-get rid of this cretain technician!! ;-) Better management, stop favortism, stop the gossiping, and stop the harassment! Thats what this pharmacy is desperately in need of for this place to succeed!!!!! They claim everyone that leaves is breaking the promise standards when in reality it is themselves that is breaking the promise standards.
Good, athletic environment to work which included other balancing responsibilites to in running the team
Assistant Track and Field Coach (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, Utah – October 11, 2015
A typical day at work started with office work where I worked on program planning, travel plans, team relations, planning facilities development. the spent 3 hours in practice and additional 1.5 hours in the weight room three times a week. From January to the middle of June spent the weekends on the road in competitions where I was in charge of executing the travel plans and coaching athletes in competitions.
Per diem and an opportunity to see new places and meet new people.
During the season work weeks were usually 6-7 days.
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 8, 2015
Being a TA for the U was awesome because they gave students a way to earn income and get teaching experience. Specifically the chemistry department was amazing because of their understanding towards students hectic lives.
Medical Coder (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 19, 2015
Medical coding and participating in meetings occupied most of my days. Assigned certain specialties and worked on those most days unless others were behind and then would assist others until caught up. Management had an open door policy and were helpful with any questions. I enjoyed the people i worked with and still keep in touch with them after i resigned.