Coordinator (Former Employee), Main Campus – April 19, 2014
Pros: working with students in a learning environment was great
Cons: working for dramatic staff members, management turned the other cheek, unprofessional behavior at the senior level, hostile environment.
The work itself was very rewarding because you worked directly with students and faculty. The downside was that the staff and management of this particular group was unfair and unprofessional in making sure that all employees were comfortable in learning and doing their job with the knowledge and tools needed to perform everyday task. There was an obvious – more... separatism between certain management and staff that caused the work environment to be hostile and inappropriate in one department. This department has had a large turnover rate due to the situation and may or may not have been resolved by upper management. – less
Clerical Assistant (Former Employee), Raleigh, NC – April 14, 2014
I worked in the registrars office on the main campus of the college and really enjoyed working with all the professionals there. I mainly worked in the file room, so i was working with all confidential records. I really loved it because i am a very organized person and i loved organizing the files everyday.
This is a nice place to work. The coordinator and director are always available to answer your questions and open to suggestions.The bad side is that working hours depend on student enrollment, so your paycheck depend on that too.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Raleigh, NC – August 20, 2013
Pros: great job security
Cons: health care expense not comprable to salary
Most of my work experience has consist of working in an educational environment. I enjoyed working with students and seeing their success. I have always enjoyed speaking hearing their many stories and assisting them in their journey.
Volunteer Tutor (Former Employee), Raleigh, NC – June 20, 2013
Pros: meet so many different people
The Wake Tec. Community College WAVES program(wake adult volunteering educational services) is a great way to meet people and give back to the community. To teach someone the english language is very rewarding and satisfying.
Executive Administrative Assistant to CFO (Former Employee), Raleigh, NC – May 22, 2013
Pros: great team
Cons: my job was moved to north raleigh campus
I had the immense pleasure of working as the Executive Assistant to the CFO! He taught me to love accounting and the precision that surrounds it. I worked also in the purchasing office where high stake projects such as decentralizing the budget, opening the 121 acre “Northern Wake Campus,” North Carolina’s BioNetwork Mobile Laboratory, and the college’s – more... first hybrid fleet acquisition took place. My co-workers were fantastic and the work was so varied and challenging that I was very happy with my position. – less
Patient Care Coordinator/ Clinical Assistant (Current Employee), Raleigh, NC – October 23, 2012
A typical day in the life of WTCC is face paced, yet laid back environment. Each day as I interact with students, faculty, and patients I learn that working with the public is my passion. I enjoy bringing a smile to their faces. I generally am the "go to man," on my job. I do the purchasing of supplies, back up IT, also assist in clinicals to assist – more... students with technical issues with equipment right to speaking one on one with patients. I really enjoy this field. – less
Adjunct Instructor (Former Employee), Raleigh, NC – September 20, 2012
Wake Tech allowed me to teach not only compostion classes, but also to teach literature and business writing. In all of the classes we benefitted from a creative environment with excellent leadership and supervision.
Part-Time Office Clerk (Former Employee), Individualized Learning Center – August 30, 2011
I have only worked at Wake Tech as a work-study student, but my experience in that position was upbeat and positive. The leadership team at Wake Tech seems to appreciate their employees and show concern for their well being.
Wonderful coworkers and an important asset to the community
Instructor of Somatic Psychology (Former Employee), Raleigh, NC USA – April 8, 2013
Pros: coworkers, department head, and the autonomy to provide a learning experience tailored to the needs of that specific class
Cons: pay scale needed updating
I was involved in the integration component of the massage therapy program at the college. With my support and challenge, students took theoretical knowledge applied it to themselves and then to their clients. It was one of their last classes before graduation into the field. The class was one of their final attempts to use their knowledge with clients – more... and promote their abilities to other medical practitioners. They presented a final project to their classmates and the head of the program. I immensely enjoyed working with the students and my coworkers. The department head was supportive, skilled, and thoughtful. I had freedom to pick the textbook and design the course to promote integration of the prior classes. Each class provided a different challenge. Therefore, classes had to be tailored to suit the needs of the classes while maintaining a core curriculum - as in all classes. – less