Peer Adviser (Current Employee) – South Orange, NJ – February 20, 2018
I have been able to help over 100 students transition from high school to college and it has been the most rewarding experience, and i have had the opportunity to meet the most amazing people. first year peer advisers can only max out at 20 hours bi weekly. that increases by 10 hours every year. Pay is very minimal and most other jobs on campus earn more, but this is by far the most rewarding one on campus. It is also one of the hardest to obtain as over 100 people apply and only 20-30 positions are available. I've had the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of a lot of people and I cannot put a price on that.
Assistant Men's Soccer Coach Division I (Former Employee) – South Orange, NJ – February 12, 2018
Seton Hall was a tough place to work. The manager had unrealistic expectations and did not care about his employees. I was over worked and under paid. I had limited contact with the director and yet he said it was a family atmosphere. Wrong.
Student Security Analyst (Current Employee) – South Orange, NJ – December 6, 2017
I am very grateful to Seton Hall University for accepting me as an intern. Before I was an intern, I really did not know what to do with my life. Although I was a computer science major, I felt as if becoming a programmer was my passion. After a few weeks into the internship, I knew where my heart was and it was in the IT field as a Security Analyst or Network Engineer.
Director/Mentor (Former Employee) – South Orange, NJ – November 25, 2017
I directed a play for them. They owed me money for work done. Not only did they not pay the full amount, they didn't send me proper tax documentation at the end of the year. I had to resort to writing the dean of the entire department to get paid. Classless. I'll never work for them again.
Facilities Manager, Brennan Recreation Center (Former Employee) – South Orange, NJ – November 8, 2017
This job was responsible for the setup, staffing and breakdown of division 1 NCAA Athletic contests. I learned how to manage a diverse set of employees, who were also students, making that the most difficult part of the job. The culture was outstanding, the AD and assistant ADs were outstanding, and the programs were top notch.
Service Desk Analyst II (Current Employee) – South Orange, NJ – October 24, 2017
I enjoyed working with students and Faculty to assist resolving their Technology issue. I learned how paying attention to detail is very rewarding. The workplace is diversified with talented people across the board. The hardest part of the job is communication being escalated to the higher chain of command for issues on ideas that would better production on Campus. Most enjoyable part of my job was the benefits.
Graduate Teaching Fellow (Current Employee) – South Orange, NJ – September 17, 2017
\Get experiences to work with other and meet new students each semester. Also, you will get more experiences with various personalities. There will be a lot of challenges in the lab you will get ideas about how you can fix them.