Office Associate (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – May 14, 2018
the employees are very unprofessional. They not stand behind the employees to make sure the work is done correctly. Typical day there is you do the same job every day. Listen to the same unprofessional people, not do their job, hide their work.
Resident Assistant (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – May 10, 2018
Augusta is a wonderful community with a lot of diversity, but there was a lot of drama within the Resident Assistant position and there was a lot of smack talking and pre-judgmental signs from the bosses.
Phlebotomy Technician (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – April 30, 2018
Staff is unprofessional and not about patient care I’ve abserved staff on the clock while off campus as well using company computers for personal usage facilities is always unclean smell mold and mildew
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – April 24, 2018
I was employed with AU for over 10+ years. My experience was very useful in building great customer service. I know whenever I am no longer employed with company, I am sure I will not have any problem with gaining employment opportunities.
Desk Operational Specialist (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – April 16, 2018
nice place to work get to meet all types of people work place culture constant of many culture the hardest part of the job for me is my work hours the most enjoyable part of the job is I am able to help people
Nurse Practitioner (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – March 23, 2018
I would come in and start seeing Prisoners for Sick Call...similar to a Doctor's office for Family Practice. I would also attend to emergencies and have to suture sometimes. Sometimes take care of Chronic Care Prisoners. Also do rounds at locked down units. Very exciting at times and can be boring when not seeing Prisoners and have down time.
Medication Assistance Coordinator (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – March 11, 2018
Best manager I have ever had! Very relaxed and understanding of employees' work-life balance. He gives you the ability to work at your own place and make decisions on your own. There is no micromanaging.
Clinical Trials Office Specialist (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – March 6, 2018
It really depends on what department you work for. Some departments are more outgoing and others are more conservative. There are a lot of really smart professionals that you can learn from. Even though you may start working from the bottom, you can learn and be promoted in a fairly descent time frame.
Data Coordinator 2 (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – February 28, 2018
A typical day at work includes entering research data about different drugs also communicating with monitors from different companies about the data. We also look for candidates that would benefit from being about of the studies.
Medical Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Midland, GA – February 15, 2018
We were contracted by Augusta University so I don't know all the information about working for them straight. Being contracted it was great. They helped us advance in the medical area a lot more while under them. Our old job site was behind on a lot of things, so AU helped us progress.
Office Specialist-Core Curriculum Coordinator (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – January 30, 2018
worked as contracted worker for 2 months , easy work environment not much to say , because I didn't work that long . nice people to work with , not much time was given to train me in the position that I worked in .
Auditor/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – January 25, 2018
Low pay for doing lots of work; no room for growth unless you know someone. The managers are paid well over $100k/year, while other lower-level employees are paid much less - while they are the ones who do the work. The managers are seen as "figure-heads" by most non-manager/non-supervisory employees.
Student Worker (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – January 23, 2018
A typical work day would be relaxed until it is closer to the time for students to take care of business that is needed to be taken care of. The most enjoyable part of the job is helping everyone in the office.