What is it like to work at Texas Southern University?

4.2Work/Life Balance
3.8Job Security/Advancement
Productive workplace
Written by Proctor (Former Employee) from Houston, TX on May 17, 2018
It was a part-time position that was easy and allowed you to work as an independent. It allowed you to be your own boss as you followed the rules of the university. The culture was friendly. A typical day started with you getting the testing room set up for the test takers. Made sure computers were up and running and all tools that the test takers - more ... needed were available. Made sure the lighting in the room was good. The most enjoyable part of the job was watching the expressions on the test takers face when they completed the test. - less
ProsYou worked independently.
ConsNo breaks, when bathroom breaks were needed you had to call to get someone to relieve yu
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