The Department of Criminology has very highly qualified staff that have a wide range of both practical experience and academic interests. Overall the experience seemed very loose with little to no structure. The Courses are very fulfilling buy the job portion of my Graduate Teaching Assistant position was very unorganized (However to be fair it is a very new position.)
Supervisor, Thomas G. Carpenter Library (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – March 5, 2018
I have no bad thing to say about the University of North Florida. They were the best years of my life as a student and staff member. I was inspired to study higher education leadership in graduate school because I loved it at UNf so much!
This is a very supportive environment where they put people first. Self-care is encouraged and collaborative tasks are essential. It's a great team and a wonderful place to work. Everyone supports ambitious desires and celebrates your successes, professional and personal.
Federal Work Study (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – January 13, 2018
I worked for the University of North Florida in 2 positions. One during the Spring 2017 semester & Fall 2017 semester, I loved working in both departments. You had to meet the requirements in order to work as a federal work study student, which was 6 credit hours or 2 classes.
With the new tech., jobs are easier then ever to create or do. Primarily you do preventive maint. and corrective maint.. You work mostly indoors but on occasion you might be outside all day. Some management is good. However at times the big bosses want to get into the act and they don't know anything about maintenance. Hardest part of the job for me is the interaction with so many different types of people. It is hard at times to communicate with some people because they can't quite understand why the job takes so long to do. I do however like that some people do understand and will work with you to get things done in a timely manner.