Small, fast-paced work environment with excellent benefits
Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs (Former Employee) – Winston-Salem, NC – October 3, 2017
UNCSA is a unique campus. It is the only state supported art conservatory in the country. It employs over 450 faculty/staff to support an enrollment of 1,200 students from high school through graduate programs. The academic curriculum is focused on the performing arts in five disciplines: Dance, Drama, Film, Design & Production, and Music.
Custodian (Current Employee) – Winston-Salem, NC – August 8, 2017
I learn that working am doing a great job come with great benifits, you are all ways giving a good respectable compliment about how good you are doing your job and I love to do a great job that people admirer my work. There nothing hard about my job and the management is great and friendly people.
SYSTEMS ACCOUNTANT (Current Employee) – Winston-Salem, NC – March 29, 2017
A typical day at work is full of creative sounds and energy. This is a place where employee development is encouraged and rewarded. The culture is really laid back and most coworkers feel like family. The pay is not on par with corporate and that's to be expected since it is a Public University. However management makes up for that with flexible schedules and relaxed comings and goings.
This was a laid-back work-study job at one of the campus coffee shops. My responsibilities were not difficult to fulfill and I wanted more of a challenge or at least a faster pace. I love serving food and drinks though, so I enjoyed my job.
Productive always working and involved; This was a summer job. I would do it all over again. It's for the summer only but it's worth a month of work. It was fun to interact with the high school students and the staff was great!
My days are fairly physical in nature. Warming up voices and bodies. Preparing the mind to receive information. Creating a safe place for the artist to share. I have learned and am still learning that a creative function is multi-faceted--it enhances the student mind, body and soul. Art touches us in a variety of ways. The management is top notch. communicative and thorough. My co-workers are are very supportive. They are kind and really care about the students. Hardest part: Watching the students move on. Enjoyable part: Watching the students move on.
Upscale Theatre with free admission to Cultural Events
Usher (Former Employee) – Winston-Salem, NC – March 2, 2015
I enjoyed working for UNCSA as an usher. I got to attend all of the events I worked for free. It was an easy job to do & I could easily advance to additional tasks & more responsibilities in the theatre & film &music business such as working as a performer & actress.
Location/ Upscale work environment
Management didn't allow anybody to eat lunch in the break room
I learned a great deal about counseling, applying theories and diagnostic tools, developing rapport, developing and sustaining counseling relationships, creative approaches to working with young artists, and received direct supervision and support from the staff. UNCSA was a wonderful place to "cut my teeth" as a young counselor, and the feedback I was provided has increased my knowledge, my focus on the ethics of the counseling profession, and my desire to use a strength-based, evidenced based approach in the counseling work I am currently doing.
Head of Post-Production (Former Employee) – Salem, NC – March 3, 2014
Good employees to work with that are underpaid. The lack of management makes it hard to run a department. Management lack of understanding of Post-Production in general makes it hard to run the department.