Job descriptions will change depending on length of professional work completed, level of degree, etc. In the admissions office, expect to travel frequently and be available on campus when not on the road.
Staff Nurse Surgical Intensive Unit (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – June 23, 2018
As staff nurse I had the opportunity to care for heart and liver transplant patients. I had the opportunity to care for the donor and recipients. Liver transplants on surgery was experimental surgery at that time.
Great envoronment to learn many different areas of education & clinic functions. Dedicated staff Personable customer service student eager to learn business models clinic staff coordinated well between business & education sides
Classroom Monitor (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – June 16, 2018
Working at the U is really good especially if you are a student attending the U, allowing for you to have a flexible schedule when working and going to school. Overall, the job itself was easy and simple but yet still hard work with a nice group of employees and good management.
Each day was unique. Learned a great deal about management and leadership. Management was supportive. Workplace culture was structured due to working in ICU. Hardest part of the job was working with clients who had no hope of recovery. Most enjoyable part of the job was the variety of clients.
Data Entry (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – June 11, 2018
I was working in the library on data entry. It was monotonous, but interesting work. I got my own desk in my own cubicle. My supervisor was very kind and enthusiastic about the work. He was very helpful and prompt at responding to my emails. I also got to make my own schedule, which was very helpful because I was working another full-time job that had an inconsistent schedule.
There is always important and significant research at the University, and the opportunity to meet individuals who are the best in their field. The size and bureaucracy of this institution can lead to chaos.