Estagiária (Former Employee) – Los Angeles County, CA – May 27, 2018
Uma experiência incrível onde pude aprender e crescer. Lidei com diferentes culturas, idiomas, e dificuldades que me fizeram aprimorar meus conhecimentos na minha área, especialmente em assuntos técnicos, trabalho em equipe e liderança.
Evaluator (Current Employee) – Enrollment Services – April 23, 2018
Don't work here unless you are living at home with your parents OR if you're ok with being under-paid. Bite the bullet, get your degree, and get the heck out. You will rarely see any pay increases, and you will probably never be promoted. Too many unclear leadership roles and not enough front-line workers.
Nice campus, benefits, location.
Poor pay, schedule, lack of pay increases, no room for growth.
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – March 31, 2018
Relaxed environment with a lot of freedom. However, management finds ways to interfere in day to day issues that are easily handled without them, typically adding a great deal of frustration. Coworkers offer a lot of knowledge and insights.
Lab Assistant (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – February 22, 2018
This assistant position is part of the optional course work included in the upper division educational program of Exercise Science and includes assistance with data collection during VO2max tests on collegiate athletes. Instruction of lab procedures to undergraduate exercise physiology students. Equipment setup and demonstration to undergraduate students. Assistance with calculations involving hydrostatic weighing and body composition. The position has been enlightening in terms of hands on, applied knowledge and has contributed much experience in terms of communication skills among peers.
It's an easy, multicultural student based facility.
Licensed Vocational Nurse (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – February 9, 2018
Working with students of all ages and backgrounds is the best experience at a student health center. Meeting new people everyday and helping them with minor concerns or issues that they may have has become second nature. My only suggestion to someone interested in working at a place like this is, if you are close to or almost ready for retirement, this is a place for you. I would not recommend working here as a new grad. Or even someone who hasn't experienced a hospital setting.
Productive based on your attitude and respective faculty mentor.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Long Beach, CA – February 2, 2018
As a research assistant, you set your own pace and goals. Have many resources including your faculty mentor and graduate assistants for various support including setting goals and reaching out for assistance due to lack of experience.
Free occasional donuts, tuition stipend, travel grant for conferences
Spanish Teacher (Former Employee) – California State University Long Beach – January 3, 2018
Working as a Spanish Teacher at California State University Long Beach was a such a wonderful experience, not only working with great coordinators but most importantly working with such great students.
Imaging Coordinator & Fixed Asset Support (Former Employee) – Long Beach, CA – December 28, 2017
The people were great, the professors were great, the staff and management were very thankful for everything that was done for them. However, there isnt much mobility in the University system because people tend to stay there until they are promoted or until they kick it.
The professors are very understanding and work structure is flexible.
Instructional Student Assistant (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – December 11, 2017
The job is pretty chilled, professors help students with any advice they want. They give students flexibility to work at their own convenience, and make sure their studies don't get affected by the job.