Office Manager/Department of Marketing (Former Employee) – Waco, TX – August 6, 2018
I spent 20 years working at Baylor in three different departments with the last 13 spent in Department of Marketing. I would highly recommend working for this institution with the greatest benefit being 100% tuition remission after 5 years of service.
While each day at work had a set list of obligations and responsibilities, there was always room for team building and regular conversation. Obligations were always clearly set out for employees, and employees were charged with the responsibility of putting a good face and effort forward for every patron who came through the library.
Undergraduate Geology Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Department of Geology – June 9, 2018
I worked as an undergraduate research assistant. In order to keep my job, my GPA could not drop below a 3.0. The best part was the flexibility to choose my own hours and to work with my own music in the background. It was interesting to see how my job impacted the research I was aiding.
I worked as an assistant researcher as an undergrad, so obviously unpaid. But dang, the experience was worth it. Awesome facilities, brilliant professors, and such a beautiful campus. If you want to feel like you are at hogwarts in 2018, do research at Baylor.
COMMUNITY LEADER (Former Employee) – Waco, TX – May 15, 2018
Working as a Community Leader (CL) was a memorable experience as I lived and served approximately 40 girls every year. As a CL, I planned events and programs centered around community engagement and connected residents to Baylor faculty and opportunities around Waco. My boss was very involved in our work and meet with CLs weekly to see how we were doing in our jobs and daily lives. The investment and care poured into me and my residents made the job worthwhile.
Referee (Former Employee) – Waco, TX – May 3, 2018
This place is fun to work at, but there really isn't much room to advance and the pay is pretty bad. However, this job is meant for college students and is very understanding and flexible with your work there.
This was a work study job, so the hours were limited and the focus was on school. My boss was great, she was very flexible with scheduling and hours worked. I enjoyed this low stress job because it allowed me to pay rent without my grades suffering.
Senior Systems Engineer (Current Employee) – Waco, TX – March 19, 2018
I furthered my knowledge of new and more advanced operating systems for mainframes.
I jumped right in and learned Novell Netware, and lead the project of establishing the PC network across campus. My manager encouraged me to obtain my CNE. I had opportunities to learn the Mac OS, as well.
I also had opportunities to learn Unix when the mainframe was replaced with RISC architecture platforms.
The workplace culture was always very friendly, and there was always opportunities to mix with the other IT groups both during and after work.
We received discounts for events, sports, concerts, and guest lecturers.