Women's Rugby Head Coach (Current Employee) – Syracuse, NY – October 26, 2018
My work is seasonal and part time. Typically practices run every week day for two hours and games are Saturdays, time depending on location (home or away). The hardest part is recruiting new players as there are a verity of club sports so trying something new doesn't happen often. I really enjoy every season, meeting new players, welcoming back returning and teaching them to enjoy and exciting sport.
Temporary Part Time Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – June 19, 2018
I was hired as a temp through the college and I received no health benefits at all and no advancement opportunities. I worked in 3 offices, of which ONE office was SO boring that I just sat there looking for something to occupy my time!
Coordinator/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – June 11, 2018
I loved working at Le Moyne College and would recommend Le Moyne to anyone looking for a job in higher education. It is a very supportive community. I do think that the pay is mediocre however, for me, working with the students was more important than the bigger check as I was not the primary source of income.
Switchboard operator/Security Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – October 22, 2017
I worked at Le Moyne while I was a student and then was an employee who was taking courses at the college. As switchboard operator/security dispatcher, I came in contact with many people, students, parents, teacher and guests alike. As a whole, the college was a friendly and rewarding place to work as both a student and employee.
The communications department has some definite dead weights
Community Relations and Marketing Intern (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – August 10, 2017
There are a number of professors in the department in which i worked (communications) who do little to no work, and are not good at serving others. My manager was divisive and undermining towards the chair of the department, and encouraged negative speech and poor attitudes in the workplace. The position was great for being a student, but her management was atrocious.
The experience of working with so much diversity at Le Moyne College has helped me to face the challenges of almost any institution or company.
Faculty Secretary (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – April 25, 2014
At Le Moyne College, I wore multiple hats. I was secretary for the Special Assistant to the President until he passed away in the early 90's. His work also involved Provost and Campus Ministry Director where I became a part of those positions also.
Working with faculty I worked for departments of English, History, Political Science, Economics, Accounting, Peace and Global Studies, Religion, Math, Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Science.
The variety of jobs and locations kept me moving and I was flexible for the many changes necessary on campus.
Resident Advisor (Current Employee) – Syracuse, NY – March 15, 2014
As an RA, I have the opportunity to work with over 100 different students in my area, every year. I plan events to ease the stress of college life for my residences, and I work duty shifts to ensure the safety and well being of all of my residences. I would have to say that being an RA is as rewarding as being a teacher because I provide alot of one-on-one support for my residences that are seeking an ear to listen to what troubles them. There are many times I have sat down with a single resident and talked them through a personal issue that plagued their minds - guiding them to a resolution.
Work at a personal level with students to help them succeed in college
Not all students are receptive of help, and avoid assistance despite efforts.