Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – May 7, 2018
Overall, great company to work for. Management is very accommodating to the employee's needs. I feel there is a big communication breakdown from upper management to management and then to subordinates.
Summer Intern (Former Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – May 3, 2018
It was decent summer job if you were looking to learn and get some trade skill experience under your belt without being too concerned about making a lot of money. Everyone I worked with was great. There was nothing super stressful. It's a great job if you like working with your hands.
Community Life Leader (Former Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – April 26, 2018
-Practiced my basic hands on capabilities -Practiced interpersonal communication skills -Exercised/improved delegations skills -Exercised/improved working in fast-paced/demanding workplace environment -Taught me how to genuinely love serving others -Taught me how to be intentional -Taught me how to accept and understand various perspectives
Athletic Facilities Assistant (Former Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – April 25, 2018
Whether cleaning to stadium after a football game or line judging for volleyball, it was always a fun working environment at LU. Our group worked well together in keeping facilities ready for the next event.
Fun and interesting job with great co-workers and management
Event Staff (Former Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – April 23, 2018
The work day involved getting there at 5pm on thur-saturday and working up until 2am sometimes. I learned teamwork, communication, and problem solving. Overall duties involved ensuring general public safety, enforcing posted rules, escorting unruly persons off of the property. The management was nice to everyone, and the workplace culture was that of inclusiveness
Online Adjunct Instructor (Current Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – April 20, 2018
This is an okay job for extra money. The courses are already written so you just have to facilitate. This is a private school, so don't get your feelings hurt when they side with the student('s tuition dollars) over the faculty member when conflict arises. In my department, the current pay is $2100 per 3-hour course for instructors with a doctorate.
Marketing Associate (Former Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – April 15, 2018
While I enjoyed many of my coworkers, the leaders at the university were disappointing. I worked there for 5 years and often heard them say things like "it doesn't matter if people are happy, we can hire new graduates cheaply and easily." While that's true, it's very defeating to tell your employees things like that. If you are working here to access free tuition than it's worth putting up with the leaders. I just don't recommend staying around after you finish your degree. When I left the university I received a $20,000 pay jump at my next employer, despite the fact I had a lower title. Clearly Liberty is greatly underpaying its workers.
Men's Soccer Team Manager (Former Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – April 9, 2018
I worked as a team manager for the mens soccer program at Liberty University. I wasn't paid but received a scholarship for working with the team. It was a challenging job with many duties and responsibilities that required being committed for more hours at a time. The hardest part of the job was delegating the work to other managers and they accomplish the task with 100% effort and care.
Subject Matter Expert - Assistant Professor (Current Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – April 5, 2018
A typical work day includes working with students throughout the day rather it is answering a question, providing insight on a topic, giving constructive critical feedback that helps students understand the concepts and course content better. What I have learned is that graduate and postgraduate students are excited to increase knowledge to impact their future. Administrators are friendly and the culture is one of comradery and Christian values. There is no hardest part of this job. The most enjoyable part of the job is reading student work and giving constructive critical feedback for continued success as well as being a servant leader.
On Campus Student Recruiter (Current Employee) – Lynchburg, VA – April 4, 2018
It was a Federal Work Study position and it was great! I spent most of my time touring and selling the school i love to new and incoming students. We do not shy from showing our guests the best hospitality we can.