Clinical Research Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – January 13, 2019
A great place to start a career. You need to make sure you know what your career goals are, so you can navigate the immensity of the company the right way and forge a path forward for yourself, otherwise you might get lost/stuck.
Student Assistant to REHS (Current Employee) – Davis, CA – January 10, 2019
I worked here as a student assistant. I enjoyed my time, but it's only guaranteed for the time I was a student. My management was nice and very flexible, and I have heard the benefits for full-time employees are great.
SUPERVISOR (Current Employee) – Merced, CA – January 10, 2019
Working with a large team in order to keep everyone on campus as satisfied as possible was really amazing. The services provided by the University of California Merced are impressive especially dealing with thousands of students and staff.
Teaching Assistant, General Chemistry (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – January 9, 2019
Having opportunities to teach here is an eye opening. The coordinator will put you to oversee lab first. Materials and preparations will be handed on to you so you have it easy and familiar with how to run the class. Later on, you will be assigned for discussions which you have to adjust teaching style to match with students and class co-ordinator. Sometimes, your materials is hand on to you which is good if you haven't done any teaching experience before. The other time, you have to prepare materials that go along with the lecture giving you a freedom to manage your own class.
Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Merced, CA – January 8, 2019
On a regular day, I have to host offices hours and a lab session. Also, I must grade assignments and input the grades into Canvas. Furthermore, I must create the solution to the homework assignments. Typically, I am very occupied for most of the day even after I come home.
Program Manager (Former Employee) – Berkeley, CA – January 3, 2019
Excellent opportunity to interact with people from all over the world. Exciting and stimulating environment with non-stop activities to engage your mind, and stay healthy with active sports outside the job.
Adult/Senior Behavioral Health Unit (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – December 29, 2018
Fun safe staffing with 1:5 ratio sensitive to pt needs.Family teaching to support great pt care, Enjoyed the friendliness of the staff. Medication nurse so staff nurse can focus on pt and group activities
UCI Food Service Director (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – December 22, 2018
Work Day: 8+ hours Learned: Coordinating the critiques of a client and managing their concerns down to the service level. Management: I had 2 managers. Corporate and Contract. Both managers expected only the best and were demanding of excellence. Culture: Tense Hardest: Unreasonable demands of the contract client Enjoyable: Service excellence..
College environment and great facilites
Riding the rail of positive and negative critiques, lack of support by contractor of employee development.
Programmer Analyst III (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – December 19, 2018
As a former student, I really appreciated watching UCR grow since I graduated from a small UC into a regional nexus education. The benefits were UC quality, and I worked with some amazing coworkers and supervisors while there.