First Year Student Academic Coach (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – May 25, 2018
This job comes with alto of responsibility. You definitely have to have very strong time management skills. You will be asked to do various things at one time. However, as long you stay organized you can work at a very consistent non-stressful pace. Communication and the ability to adapt quickly are also tools that you need to have.
Biology Lab Assistant (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – April 17, 2018
good job to learn about science for student workers interested in biology. at some points i am searching for things to do, but there is usually always cleaning or organizing that can be done. professors are good to work with
MCC believes in promoting from within. Most supervisors understand the need for growth and do not reel intimidated if one is applying for a job in another department, although they prefer you tell them first. They are very professional, yet laid back. They take what they do seriously and if one ever lands a job there, stay there. Your chance will come. Don't be impatient. If you work hard, they will advance you.
Public Affairs (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – February 28, 2018
The Marketing/Public Affairs Department at Metropolitan Community College provided great opportunities to experience all kinds of work and tasks. This sometimes came along with the need to work multiple open positions simultaneously.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the actual work and variety. The most difficult part of the job was the lack of support from outside the department.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – February 27, 2018
Great pay, great people, management don't care about the employees, period in my opinion, there is good and bads in every company, when they talk about "gravy" trains from people tax money, it's sickening when its not about the student, in my opinion only.
Executive Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – February 5, 2018
The benefits are the best aspect of being employed here and what has kept me here the longest. I've been here at Metropolitan Community College for 15 years and it was advantageous for myself and family during my time employed.
Adjunct Instructor (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – January 10, 2018
Get your books and go! Help is available if you need it, but it was pretty much "Here's the textbook and syllabus. Ask if you have any questions." There was, however, an orientation I was unable to attend.
The instructors' ranges of enforcement of such policies as attendance, when someone should be dropped, and classroom things such as cellphone and laptop usage was confusing to some students (and to me). More continuity in policy enforcement may clear things up and give students better understanding of what to expect in all of their classes.
Continuing Education Coordinator (Former Employee) – Kansas City MO – December 28, 2017
Working at the Metropolitan Community College was an excellent experience. I would have never left except my husband was transferred with his job. It was a fantastic place and loved the job and all the people.
Director, Workforce & IT Innovation (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – December 12, 2017
Metropolitan Community College (MCC) works closely with community partners to continually improve their responsiveness to the needs of students and employers. MCC searches out, develops, and deploys best practices to strengthen student success and sharpen the skills of the area workforce. Relationships and collaboration are important in the workplace culture. MCC provides very satisfying work experiences.