Licensed Journeyman Electrician (Current Employee) – 3700 O St. NW Washington DC 20057 – August 1, 2019
Testing all generators every 45 days to ensure transfer and engine are working properly. Working daily with the fire alarm system troubleshooting problems that occur on the system, and also checking motor control, motors, and switchgear.
Programming Analyst (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 2, 2019
Positive workplace culture. Offered lots of training to help advance my IT career. Great work-life balance. Good amount of maternity leave. When I returned from maternity leave they allowed me to work part-time, and I worked remotely some of those hours.
Photographer/Videographer (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – June 18, 2019
As a student, working for the university has been a great opportunity to grow as a person and a creator. This position has provided great chances to meet other professionals and do things I would not have had access to otherwise.
Very good school to teach for. I have never had any problems whatsoever
Adjunct Faculty member (Current Employee) – Online – May 20, 2019
I like teaching online my students are different cultural background and we learn from teach other. I really love teaching online. To me, it is not hectic to teach online because I have been doing it for a long time and I know how to manage my time. The hardest part of teaching online is not seeing the students face-to-face. the most enjoyable part of the job is learning from the learners from different cultural background.
I always work to the best of my ability and love it
survey taker (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – May 10, 2019
was a survey taker. had to go to different areas of assisting people with some of the diiferent pamplets we were giving out in the city doing surveys asking questions about diet different foods and healty questions going to different store learning abou the labeling of foods and there meanings regaurding health issues setting up for gatherings recruiting people to come to meetings
Research Assistant/Teaching Assistant/Editor (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – March 23, 2019
Working as a graduate employee at Georgetown is both a valuable experience and a difficult experience. It is valuable because you learn a lot and are able to work on things that are relevant for your career. However, management can be poor and varies significantly based on who you are working for. The benefits are nonexistent for graduate workers and the pay is pretty weak for people with advanced degrees.
Productive, but lax environment with low or no pay.
Research Intern (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – March 15, 2019
A talented team that are constantly evolving with the influx of new research projects. The lab primarily has a workforce of unpaid student volunteers including myself, that are eager to learn new analytical techniques and strive to excel. There's room for improvement in the management and pay department.
Research Analyst (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – March 12, 2019
There are a lot of kind, well-meaning people at Georgetown. The biggest issue is salary. Employees are grossly underpaid and there are no raises. If you don't get accepted to your grad program of choice, you took a big pay cut for nothing.