MTS Pipefitter (Current Employee) – Columbia, MO – July 14, 2018
A good place to work. While employed there, they had an incident that got racially and politically fueled whiched caused major damage to the financial and student enrollment. After the smoked cleared , people were layed off And major reconstruction of departments had to done.
Digital Marketing Assistant (Current Employee) – Columbia, MO – July 11, 2018
I love the management and the culture at the University of Missouri. I've learned more about the digital marketing world. The most enjoyable part of the job is how much there is to learn and how the management can grow with the student employees. The position is very flexible as well.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Kansas City, KS – July 8, 2018
UMKC is a decent school; plenty of programs and clubs and social groups to be a part of. I worked within the 3rd floor of the administration building. I was a student work study and I do not recommend this floor for work study.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 7, 2018
Office management along with multitasking for the accounting department. Fun loving close knit coworkers who make you feel like they are your family. Time management and multitasking is a must to answer the multiline PBX switchboard. The best part was getting half of my classes for the semester paid for by the school.
UMKC paid for half of my classes that were taken during working hours.
Assistant teaching professor, MAE Department (Former Employee) – Columbia, MO – July 5, 2018
It was a good place for professional development and provided me with the opportunity and a perfect environment to further my carrier in the area of my interest. It gave me the flexibility of working at my own pace and contributing to the university's academia mission at the same time. Senior faculty as well as administrators were not only encouraging but also they played an pivotal role in my professional development
Maintenance & Custodial Lead (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 1, 2018
They don't value their minority employees on campus. Unless you're the chancellor or provost, they disregard everything that you have to say. The Human Resources department does not listen to your complaints. If you complain to them and try to find a job in a different department, they will blackball you. They also don't believe in hiring African American /minority professors. Good luck finding those there.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Columbia, MO – June 25, 2018
work culture was pleasant , but little room for advancement , unless additional education was submitted. i enjoyed my position and was certainly trained to the utmost standards. I had complete confidence in my handling daily tasks, such as dealing with insurance companies to secure prior-authorizations, and with patient communication, appointment setting, record keeping, and data entry.
Managing Editor of Natural Bridge (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 14, 2018
Working for Natural Bridge: A Journal of Contemporary Literature (made possible by the English Department at University of Missouri - St. Louis) was consistently engaging, varied, exciting, and community-oriented.
Office Manager Specialist 1 (Former Employee) – Columbia, MO – June 11, 2018
learned new skills, learned more about our government I worked evenings and it was a very relaxed atmosphere. The supervisors were easy to get along with and made training and working in my department fun, when working for the state and federal government can be stressful and demanding.
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Columbia, MO – June 3, 2018
Those 3 years graduate life (with a assistant job) in University of Missouri- Columbia was intensive and fun! I hold the position for work at university gallery, and spent most time in my private studio and shadow of teaching.
MU SOS Temporary Services (Current Employee) – Columbia, MO – May 20, 2018
The positions I filled were diverse and very challenging. I learned a variety of new skills. As with any job, there were good points and bad points. The work environments and supervisors very from department to department.