Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – February 17, 2014
Pros: flexible work timings
Cons: early deadlines
I currently work as a mobile application developer in School of Business at University of Utah.The entire staff is highly supportive and the enthusiasm and dedication shown by the whole team inspires each of us to work even more harder:.They always welcome new approaches and have weekly project demonstrations where each of us gets an opportunity to – more... showcase our work and get reviews from the head employers and even provide suggestions and improvement ideas – less
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – November 26, 2013
Enjoyed teaching and learning alongside skilled, passionate faculty and students. Interacting with students as a TA and helping them to solve problems and gain a better understanding of engineering principles was challenging and extremely rewarding.
I have learned a lot being at this facility as a student. This facility has a great learning environment and outcomes with patients.
Student Physical Therapist Assistant (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – November 9, 2013
I typical see 4 patients twice a day. I have had my own case load for 3 weeks and have been able to progress patients for safe discharge home. I have learned to co-treat with occupational therapy and incorporating patient education during treatments. During this rotation I have learned facilitation techniques and improved my verbal and tactile cueing – more... with a variety of patients. I have enjoyed working with staff members and getting to know the patients. – less
Patient Financial Advocate (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – October 31, 2013
Pros: amazing benefits
Cons: the knowledge employees had and management.
A Typical day would be to take calls and make calls to patients and insurance companies to make sure account was up to date and payments were made correctly and on time. I learned about verifying insurance companies and financial assistance. My coworkers were very nice people but I did feel like they were not informed of the correct information on their – more... job. When asking them questions one person would give one answer and another person would give a totally different answer. The hardest part of my job would be making sure insurance companies would make their payments so the patient didn't go to a collection status. The most enjoyable part of my job was being able to help people and staying busy. – less
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – October 21, 2013
Once you're in the system for a while here I'm sure you'll get along well. My experience has been that you are expected to do things (within the Univ systems) but that I haven't gotten the training. I have to go out and find my own way.