The Career Center at Walsh University is a wonderful place to work.
receptionist (Current Employee), Canton, OH – October 16, 2014
Pros: when i'm not to busy i am able to pull out a book and study.
A typical day at work includes posting jobs to College Central Network and posting new jobs to twitter. Working on any projects that are given to me. Managing the front desk by greeting visitors and scheduling appointments
Productive and fun workplace with constant student interaction
Resident Assistant (Current Employee), North Canton, OH – April 8, 2014
Management, Hall Directors, worked one-on-one with us to be able to provide the best experience in the residence halls. The most difficult part of the job is time management because you never know when residents are going to need you. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing your hard work pay off through programming and resident energy.
Campus Post Office Clert (Former Employee), North Canton, OH – November 12, 2013
I would arrive for my shift just as my boss would leave to head for home. If people came up to the door I would either receive their mail or I would give them their mail. I learned good people skills by dealing with customers on my own. Hardest part of the job was the lulls when no one come to get any mail. I enjoyed the fact that I was alone and forced – more... to be productive while no one was watching. – less
Presenter at 'All Politics (Former Employee), North Canton, Ohio – February 25, 2013
Pros: very professional environment and experience
The all politics is local conference was a great way for me to gain experience to enter the academic world. If you are looking to get ahead in your career participate in this conference. You will not regret it. Very professional environment.
Event Staff Walsh University/Hoover Park (Former Employee), North Canton, OH – May 24, 2012
Pros: free food, flexible hours, autonomy.
Cons: lower pay, no air conditioning.
The job involved setting up and tearing down for events. The employees also interacted with the customers and tried their best to make them happy. Most of the time we worked unsupervised which showed that we had the discipline to get the job done in a correct and timely manner without the need of a higher authority. The job also taught me how to work – more... well in small groups. It was nice getting to know different types of people and having good intellectual conversations with my boss. – less