Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Athens, GA – June 22, 2019
great place to work. great benefits.great hours. wonderful people. love university health center.
hardest part of the job , there really isn't . the health center is a family and everyone there is helpful and there to provide excellent patient care and do that well. all the while helping to maintain a wonderful working environment
TEACHING ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Athens, GA – June 21, 2019
The Linguistics Department provides a thorough overview of the basic techniques a beginning instructor will find useful and is very supportive. In addition to the block of instruction, a semester of shadowing an existing teaching assistant is also required.
Project F.R.E.E Navigator Intern (Former Employee) – Athens, GA – April 13, 2019
I was an intern at this program. It took some time to get used to because there is a lot of front work before you actually help families. It's easy to lose sight of what you're doing but that will change.
Assistant Research Scientist (Current Employee) – Athens, GA – April 7, 2019
A typical day for a researcher is from 8-5 pm. However, the grant and paper writing happens in the evening. IF there is any emergency in the lab then one needs to take care. The working hours are a little flexible.
Sr. Accountant (Former Employee) – Athens, GA – March 11, 2019
Balancing over 100 accounts monthly. Keeping up with expenditures for all accounts, processing journal vouchers, approving check request, purchase orders. Handling purchase orders when items that didn't come in.
Bad place to work due to the Administrative Manager II Harassing you everyday
Records and Health Information Technician (Former Employee) – Athens, GA – March 9, 2019
It would have been a much better experience if my manager wasn't off all the time. The pay was not great and we had to pay to park at our own jobs. So to sum it up we got paid very little and then had to pay UGA to park at our own jobs.