Gym Desk Attendant and Game Staff Worker (Former Employee) – Staten Island, NY – March 28, 2017
I enjoy working at Wagner College, it is a very positive and enjoyable place to work. I am a student-athlete, and my bosses are very conscientious of my schedule. They try to accomodate all student athletes and their working schedules to the best of their abilities.
Admissions Counselor (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – January 24, 2017
It is a one year transitional or thirty year kind of job. Very flexible and the work doesn't get very monotonous with various seasons. You will travel heavily in the fall, read apps in the winter and light travel throughout the spring.
Travel, food budget on travel, GREAT time off.
If you aren't passionate about the work then you may feel meaningless, and feel as though you aren't using your brain enough.
Director of Football Operations (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – October 30, 2016
Wagner provides great opportunities after graduation to pursue further education while learning and growing through the workplace. Manhattan is just a ferry ride across the water, providing proximity to even further opportunities for interships and jobs after graduating.
Great educational facility with wide options for business majors
Peer Tutor in Accounting (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – March 22, 2015
Wagner College is a great institute even though it has its disadvantages since it is so small. However due to the location of the campus being so close to the city it is a great place for business majors such as myself.
Assistant Resident Director (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – March 20, 2015
A typical day of work at Wagner College for myself includes overseeing the facilities and operations of a residence hall on campus as well as supervising 80 student desk attendants who provide security to each residence hall. Over the course of my 2 years here I learned that many things never go as planned and being able to adapt is an essential quality to have. I have a very supportive group of co-workers that are determined to work hard and provide for the students on campus. The hardest part of the job is serving in an On-Call rotation for emergencies. You may get a call at any hour during the day and you have to respond and think quickly about what to do. The most enjoyable part of this job is being able to interact with students and professional staff of the college and working together as a team.
fast pace work place,long hours on feet ,hot environment and repetitive work
SHORT ORDER COOK/GRILL COOK (Former Employee) – Staten Island NY – October 13, 2014
This job consisted of setting up for lunch, gathering cooking utensils and gathering food for the day restocking stations turning grill and flap top on cooked and ready to go foods. wait for orders to come in to prepare foods. Maintain clean stations and constantly washing and changing gloves. You'll have to stand for long periods of time, the environment is hot and you end up doing repetitive work.
Great Sports Medicine Staff. Administrators are less than competent unfortunately. Student Athletes were a pleasure to work with.
Head Athletic Trainer for Men's Lacrosse (Former Employee) – Staten Island, NY – September 24, 2013
Work approximately 10-14 hours per day. Learned to instill accountability within student athletes Developed multiple professional relationships Privileged to have wonderful co-workers within Sports Medicine Football season pushed us all to our limits and tested our abilities to the fullest, making anything after the fact seem simple. The best part of the job were the relationships formulated due to hard work and perseverance through tough times with some of the best Sports Medicine professionals and student athletes around.
College English Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – Staten Island, NY – September 10, 2013
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Adjunct Professor- Biology Department (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – August 15, 2012
Managed a Neuroanatomy and Physiology lab and instructed undergraduate students about experimental design and data interpretation.
• Conducted and analyzed EEG’s on different animal models to gain a better understanding of brain activity. • Studied different neurotransmitters from multiple species and followed the functions of glial cells and neurons. • Dissected animals and reviewed gross and microscopic anatomical features.