Assistant Director of Media Relations (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – March 31, 2018
While the supervision, workload and atmosphere at NMSU is tremendous, the budget for athletics is a bit thin.
The people you work with in Athletics, Faculty and Admin are very contentious.
Las Cruces is a great place to live. It is very laid back and just the right size for a college town. El Paso is a light drive away if you need cultural, shopping or other entertainment not available in Las Cruces.
The People of Las Cruces are extremely polite. In fact this portion of New Mexico and West Texas is full of people willing to help and are very nice about it.
Writer (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – March 15, 2018
this was a temporary ad-hoc position writing stories for a website, and subsequently researching URL links in the University's website to remove any that weren't still functioning. I had remote contact with one supervisor who was always available and responsive.
Graduate Student Researcher (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – March 6, 2018
Went into the laboratory around 10 everyday, Completed lab experiments, and ran them on analytical devices. Left the lab around everyday around 6 and did a literature review of my experiments from home.
The most enjoyable aspect of the job is choosing and making your own hours
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – February 22, 2018
Great place to work. I learned a lot from this place. The management here is very friendly. The hardest part of this job is deciding office hours when there are more number of TA's for the same course. Most enjoyable part of this job is working in office hours.
Assistant Performance Training Coach (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – February 8, 2018
A typical day at work for my last 2 years was a 16 hour nightmare. Not once in my career there did I receive any support from athletic admin. I was awarded a national honor which was not publicized in staff meetings. In my time many staff left because of very long hours and no compensation or acknowledgement. Dedication and loyalty to the program are not rewarded. Budget constraints are always cited.
Administrative Assistant Associate (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – January 27, 2018
Daily work day repetitious, I learned how administrative duties along with partial management skills, the management could be more involved, several types of workplace cultures, hardest part of my position was having to a supervisor but yet not allowed to be consider as one, being able to work with students and have a great opportunity to learn about the university.
steady work schedule and weekends off
lack of training, and employment advancements within departments
Testing Center Senior Test proctor (Former Employee) – New Mexico State University – January 18, 2018
I have no opion that will fit into this box. For all the wrong doing this school did to my personal experience and the life destruction, this school and the educators do, to individual lives for their political views.