Campus Safety Officer (Former Employee) – New Rochelle, NY – June 9, 2018
My responsibilities at IONA college were securing the campus buildings along with the inner and outer parts of the campus. ilearned how to navigate through different areas of the campus both on foot and on vehicle. I enjoyed the work atmosphere along with the staff. management was always on top of things and were always professional. The hardest part of the job was the double shifts. the most enjoyable part was being outside on a sunny day.
Director (Former Employee) – New Rochelle, NY – May 28, 2018
Good place to work. Upbeat environment. Busy campus, friendly staff. Students and faculty easy to work with. Surrounding community is also a positive attribute to the work environment. One recommendation, could use more diversity of staff.
Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – New Rochelle, NY – May 4, 2018
My first impression of IONA was that it was very organized. I don't, however, think that adjunct professors have much control over course syllabi. Chapters and coursework are assigned by the department, and attendance and tardiness is monitored by the school. I don't think they give professors enough leeway in managing their classes.
HUMAN RESOURCES COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – New Rochelle, NY – April 27, 2018
Iona is a good place to work. The best part of the job is the people and their dedication to its mission and students. If I could change two things it would be the management and compensation. Some managers make it difficult to have autonomy over your work, gain feedback or provide coaching to their direct reports. Also, the wages don't align with the responsibilities nor its Westchester location. It is an incredibly expensive place to work and live and Iona's wages should reflect that.
Knowledgeable and helpful professors and supervisors
Student Clinician (Former Employee) – New Rochelle, NY – March 2, 2018
Newer program, professors are knowledgeable. Clinic load and class load can be very heavy and extremely stressful. Time management is extremely important. More help and confidence boosters from supervisors could be implemented.
Assistant Football Coach (Former Employee) – New Rochelle, NY – February 22, 2018
10 month assistant coach, while coordinating the special teams, coaching the receivers and coordinating all football alumni events. Recruiting area was Long Island, NY City, Westchester and Rockland Counties.
Desk/Mail Room Attendant (Former Employee) – New Rochelle, NY – February 20, 2018
Basically a good job while in school because you can pick your hours for the most part. Was stressful because of the amount of management changes and the fact that many employees just really care about their work.
Environmental Aide/Line Cook (Former Employee) – New Rochelle, NY – December 14, 2017
Good job great people great guess as far as the students they were always very nice humble people The hours were not too bad No benefits no paid time off and no work in the summertimeThere was no job security because when the school is closed there’s no work
No benefits no paid time off and no work in the summertime
Disorganized, poor communication with new employees, discouragingly low pay even for those dedicated to students
Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – New Rochelle, NY – October 31, 2017
Loved getting back into teaching and interacting with students. Found the department's handling of adjunct faculty frustrating with little advance notice of teaching duties, no orientation to the school's policies and procedures and discouragingly low pay. Ultimately, the students fail to get the quality and consistency of teaching I believe they deserve because no one stays around long enough.