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A lot of group work and training. Multimillion dollar equipment. Excellent lunch options. Clean working environment. Friends and companionship are a must.
Working with multimillion dollar equipment.
Supervisor / Payroll Analyst Over see staff and day to day function answer and investigate all aspect complains sit in at meetings confirm payroll run general file confirm send reports to managers ect
Budget could be balanced by firing half the administrative layer, but not like they're going to do that. To their credit growth has been impressive, there's worse colleges to be sure. But getting a bit top heavy.
You have to be super social and ready to hear a lot of issues from some frustrated/worried students. It can be stressful, but it's rewarding. You just need to efficiently answer questions and book appointments with students' Records Specialists. There's a lot of information about deadlines, payments, grades, and dates you need to know. It's also important to realize when you don't know the answer and quickly find someone who does. It's a customer service job, so since you're the first face students see, you've got to know a lot and be accurate.
staff is great, unionized, not expected to work over time
contract, pay isn't much more than minimum wage
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I have enjoyed working as a library assistant and being part of this college. One of the hardest part of a job is to handle a lot of pressure at the same time. I have trained myself in a way that I know when it is difficult and time to become proactive in those situations.
Was a good student job for me. It was only for one day but I was able to interact with all the new faces who were new to the program and answer all the questions they may have had about the program.
Helped any student in need of PLC ladder logic explanations, and how to physically hook up a circuit using a electrical schematic. At the end of the lab time, put away electrical leads and wires, and turn off all machines.
Accomadating when they can. All though at times a little unorganized depending on the department but that is everywhere. Amazing benefits/pension package once full time. Very friendly respectful staff and management. there is room for advancement but can take a while for the opportunity to come up.
With lots of room for creativity and even more room for ideas for events, outreaches and the sharing of information to first year students. This was a great first step towards professionalism.
I currently work as a part-time professor. The job is underpaid compared to salaries of full -time professors (they earn 2-3 times more for the same number of hours of teaching). The job gives good work/life balance and provides benefits, but only if the number of teaching hours is more than 7 per week, which is not easy to reach during a summer semester. Part-timers work on contract from one semester to another, job security is poor and depends on the number of students. The chances of advancing to a full-time position are minimal.
insecurity, low salary