Project Manager (Current Employee) – Logan, UT – April 14, 2016
USU has been a good employer that is exactly what you'd expect it to be. It is low stress and moderate to low workloads. There are opportunities to continue your education and most supervisors are willing to accommodate anything. The departments that I am familiar with do not provide many opportunities for pay advancement. There is also some difficulty in proposing new ideas/methods where many colleagues have been working at the university for a long time without much change.
Researcher (Current Employee) – Logan, UT – April 12, 2016
Insufficient Pay! Bad management. Employee pays all travel expenses and is reimbursed later. Try doing this when your personal budget is stretched thin by the low pay! Unprofessional attitude. Plagiarism in research publications is practiced at USU, or at least by some professors.
There are many nice people that work at USU. You can learn some marketable skills to use elsewhere!
Intern (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – March 23, 2016
As part of my degree program, I participated in my APA approved program through Utah State University. Duties included providing individual and group counseling, crisis counseling, and specialty program in Learning and ADHD assessments.
Staff Assistant II (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – February 25, 2016
One of the best places I have ever had opportunity to work. Beautiful campus, friendly, respectful, polite people.
I enjoyed very much working with and for students, having opportunity to gain new skills (web administrator, payroll, administrative advisor). Colleagues were helpful and I made a lot of friends over there.
Campus location one of the most beautiful in this country.
Loved working with the children and sharing my passion for nutrition
EFNEP Nutrition Assistant & Teacher (Former Employee) – Farmington, UT – January 10, 2016
I taught nutrition classes in the public schools through a non profit program through Utah state. It was challenging to keep the kids focused so I developed visual teaching aids that were interactive. I loved the continuing education and monthly meetings working with the other EFNEP employees. It was challenging to remember to calculate my mileage, so I decided to start taking pictures of mileage with my phone so I would remember to document it when I got home and had more accurate records.
Great schedule, very felxible
too many hours for a part time job while I was working 40 hours already
Intern (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – January 5, 2016
Place which bought out a coder in me! I was the only person working here for the intern job and had the work done. There was stress but there was freedom of work. The supervisor is a cool guy who never had a hurry and explained stuff whenever needed.