Assistant Director of Human Resources (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – April 23, 2018
On a typical day I would come in early, never take a lunch break and be the last one to leave. Most evenings I would take work home. The fringe benefits were worth all the aggravation. The only enjoyable part of the job was working with the employees and helping them solve their problems.
Chiropractic Intern (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – November 10, 2017
Fast-paced patient oriented 50 hour week chiropractic internship.enjoyed meeting hundreds of new patients and enjoyed meeting hundreds of new patients and helping to deal with their health care needs In addition I have over 12 years experience in dealing with vascular ultrasound and general ultrasound and and diagnosing a variety of causes diseases
Supervisor of Janitorial Maintenance (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – August 15, 2017
Great opportunity, was able to move up the ranks from janitorial to the Supervisor of Janitorial Maintenance. I led a team and managed workers in the efforts to maintain a clean and hazard-free facility.
PC Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – January 4, 2016
D'Youville allows flexible hours for their full time employees who go to school. D'Youville provides the platform to be able to test new technologies for the betterment of the student and faculty. From a technological stand point it was not a stressful job, and if there was something you did not know, D'Youville would pay for the training.
Assistant Accountant/bookkeeper -part time (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – March 14, 2015
• Assisted the comptroller with accounts payable by researching invoice issues and payment information. • A/R posted payments and adjustments to accounts; researched unidentified payments. • Recorded general ledger entry and posting using NIAS software for data entry. • A/P verified vouches for payment, and maintained a file system and rearranged paid and unpaid vendors and invoices. • Checked invoice dates in AP and matched it with vendors AR dates when resolving issues of double entrees.
Filing Assistant (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 1, 2014
*Co-workers are always kind, helpful, and generous. Everyone has always been nice during work study and willing to help if I ever had issues. They would be on time and productive during their work day. The jobs I did at D'Youville College were enjoyable and helped me get some work experience throughout my college studies.
Graduate Faculty (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – November 8, 2013
The college hires a bare-bones faculty and administration for the department, then overloads both the faculty and administrators to the point of meltdown. Repeated requests to administration for more resources go unheeded. They expect you to work 10 hours a day, seven days a week. Then when tasks are not successfully completed, it is TOTALLY your fault! There is no consideration to the positive successes one may have had for many years.
Student reviews of faculty pretty much TOTALLY impacts if you continue to work here or not. Administration knows they need a better method to evaluate faculty, but somehow it never gets developed.
Very disappointing. If you are thinking of working here.........I would suggest that you keep looking.
Small college environment with dedicated faculty and staff.
Just about every department is severely understaffed, with well-below average pay scale for faculty/staff.
Student Assistant (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 8, 2013
A typical day at work would be mail runs, dropping off tests, answering calls, taking messages, making copies, updating data bases and keeping my workstation tidy. I have learned how to have great communication skills as well as people skills in general. My management is satisfactory, stern but respectful at the same time. My CO-workers foster a positive work environment and they are great with teamwork. The hardest part of the day is working alone when there are many people to tend to, but I do it well and in a timely fashion. The most enjoyable part of the day is hearing from Alumni that have great success stories, as well as those that enjoy speaking to students. I also love helping people find tutors for their difficult and stressful classes.
Instructor (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – December 13, 2012
I taught 1st year nursing students course such as Foundations of Nursing, Health Assesment and Care of the Older Adult. For the most part the students were wonderful, the staff very helpful and friendly,had a great time.
hours, culture, great people to work for /with
no orientation, few students "rotten apples" comes with territory
Assistant Clinical Professor (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – August 15, 2012
A combination of micromanagement by the college upper administration and hands off management at the department level. Slow response to needed changes (years literally) and a lack of funding makes for slow to no forward movement. Student reviews control your career path.
D'Youville College: A place with great Co-workers.
Purchasing Assistant (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 16, 2012
D'Youville College has been a great place to work for the past 7 years. I started out as a student in 2002, and never left. Although, the working environment is stressful, it has taught me to be more organized, as well as how to work with stressed out vendors and some of our faculty. It also helps that I get along great with my co-workers, and we are always working together to find answers to problems.
As much as I love D'Youville, there is not much room for advancement.
co-workers, benefits, and every day is a learning experience.