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Wheeling Jesuit University Employer Reviews

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fun and exciting place to work
Day Laborer (Former Employee), Wheeling, WVAugust 7, 2013
Pros: good environment
Cons: not long term
typical day included alot of cleaning and interaction with the students
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Friendly Enjoyable Workplace
Adjunct Professor (Current Employee), Wheeling, WVMay 28, 2013
A typical day is teaching students for three to four hours. I learned the value of teaching and how helping students learn is one of the best feelings in the world. The management was very hands off. They treated me with the utmost respect at all times. The hardest part was making sure I had all of the necessary materials for my class. The most enjoyable part was sharing my knowledge with the students.
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Great place to gain experience for a future career.
Secretary and Front Desk Coordinator (Former Employee), Wheeling, WVApril 6, 2013
Wheeling Jesuit University offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs for those wishing to seek higher education. While at school, students have the opportunity to engage in student employment that will help prepare them for their future careers.
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All about the administration
Staff (Current Employee), Wheeling, WVSeptember 24, 2012
Pros: paid holidays, sick time (just dont use it or be terminated)
Cons: pay, expensive insurance, poor insurance, lies to employees
WJU cares only about upper administration, pay is very lousy for staff, HR lies to your face as does direct supervision, for such a expensive university ($28,000 yearly) they fill their own pockets and do not care about staff, administration hires friends and fills their pockets at the expense of students and low paid staff, all around this university is suprisingly still operating?
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Productive
Faculty Secretary (Former Employee), Wheeling, West VirginiaSeptember 3, 2012
Pros: holidays
Cons: last minute requests from faculty running behind.
You support six or more departments.
Each department had their own expectations.
Management was reasonable.
Co-workers kept care of their own faculty.
The hardest part of the job was when big projects such as accreditation was in progress. You got bogged down on day-to-day
work.
I enjoyed getting acquainted with all sorts of backgrounds and ethnicity's.