Fairmont State University Employee Reviews for Monitor

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I helped students feel safe.
Residence Hall Desk Monitor (Current Employee) –  Fairmont, WVDecember 17, 2015
I made sure that only students who lived in the dorm entered the dorm. I checked IDs of visitors and issued guest passes. I was responsible for logging lockouts, and I was responsible for writing up reports if students were acting up in the lobby. I locked the doors at night and let residents into the building once the doors were locked.
Pros
Chances to pick up shifts
Cons
No breaks
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Very limited on training
Residence Hall Monitor (Former Employee) –  Fairmont, WVApril 10, 2015
Student monitors would sit desk from three to four hours, and maintain the safety and traffic flow of the building. I learn a large amount of information about title nine and confidentiality. I enjoyed working with residents and helping them when they needed guidance. I however did not like the fact there was no place for promotion.
Pros
Short shifts
Cons
Low responsibilty, no place for promotion
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