Research Aide/ Scholar (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – July 17, 2018
Roll Tide, there are a lot of adventure over there. People are prety friendly and nice.The University of Alabama has an excellent scholarship program for high-achieving studentsI loved attending the University of Alabama. I felt that once I finished my basics and go to the classes with relevant information towards my major, I fell in love. My teachers explained things in a very passionate way and took a huge interest in my success
Management was terrible, gossiping and so much more...NOT WORTH IT!
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – July 10, 2018
Working in Public Safety at The University of Alabama is not worth any of the money! The insurance is great, but not worth your happiness. They drain your happiness and if you do not go along with their scheme, you go on the bad list.
Direct Care Safety (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – July 1, 2018
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Undergraduate Researcher (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – June 27, 2018
Being a undergraduate researcher at The University of Alabama was a learning experience. It taught me time management, proper research techniques and safety, and excellent verbal and written communication skills. Being able to work in a research group under a professor is an important skill to have in the chemistry field.
"Flare Gun" mobile app developer (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – June 13, 2018
Very positive environment to learn and improve your skills. The University of Alabama does a very good job at keeping up to date with the latest technology and wants the students and employees to take full advantage of them.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – May 22, 2018
The manager was exceedingly nice and understandable. when given orientation the demonstrator was very hands on. The job time and money was worth it. It wasn't stressful and it wasn't a competitive job. Everyone worked as a team player.
Stadium assistant (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – May 12, 2018
I worked with the athletic department. I did random jobs required throughout various seasons. Helped people with finding seats to wiping floors in the basketball games. Very relaxed but not glorious by any means.
Football Strength and Conditioning Intern (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – May 8, 2018
I worked as a strength and conditioning intern in the weight room working with football team. It was very fast paced we started early in the morning. If you work here you better get after it and work hard.
Tax Preparer, Save First (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – April 14, 2018
I had a really good time in here. People in Tuscaloosa are square friendly. The job is not hard because you will always have someone can help you. People answer your question every time when you ask them.
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – April 12, 2018
I was a chemistry graduate student while I was there. We sort of existed in this gray area between employees and students. I learned a lot and the faculty were great, but the stress comes with the degree.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 6, 2018
It's just a typical day that I learned something different every day. I love working, learning, meeting new people and responsible tasks that I have to face on the daily basic. Which make me a better, leader, hard worker.
Program Coordinator (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – March 28, 2018
A typical day at work is very productive and nonstressful. Management were very professional and knowledgeable. The hardest part of the job is that it was funded on "soft money" and could end at any time with extreme budget cuts.