Overall a good place to work but with upper management problems.
Administrative Coordinator II (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – March 3, 2019
When an upper leadership position is filled with an unsuitable person, that person is allowed to work out the contract regardless of the impact on the rest of the unit. This is what our unit is dealing with now. We all know we have to ride it out for4 years because nothing will be done. In the meantime, we are all miserable.
Caring co-workers, Work/life balance, leave time, benefits
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – February 18, 2019
work life balance is usual for an aspiring phd candidate, compensation is low but that is part of the deal, culture is very good and nourishing, job advancement is receiving your hard earned phd and moving to a lucractive job
I loved my college job. They would let me work as many hours as I needed to get through college. They would have hired me on full time when I graduated, but I need not see much room for substantial growth at the time.
Stagehand (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – January 16, 2019
Non union but they tend to follow union rules. It was better before they put their own people in charge but still a good part time gig. The pay is decent and they get the most shows coming through for the area.
Undergraduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – December 25, 2018
Typical day including working varied duties Ordering computer parts and office supplies Setting appointments for IT techs to go on repair calls Answered phones, filing and billing for tech's service and billing other departments for computer services.