Tuition is one of the highest in the country, and tutoring help is non-existent for many subjects. Unfortunate, but overall the experience was nice. If the cost to attend was not so high, I could have completed my degree!
Good benefits like gym use and maternity leave benefits but because they have pay bands the pay is terrible. Good work life balance. Don’t have to worry about job security but not much room for advancement.
I worked as a procurement assistant during Summer term. I learned a lot on their procurement department, their internal IT systems and documentation. I was assigned various duties including maintaining purchase orders and handling account ledgers. Great team and a lot of positive encouragement for learning and improvement.
Most enjoyable parts fo the job: For student workers,there's lots of oportunities to gain experience in your field of study. I learned a lot and got really involved with multiple communities on campus.
The hardest parts of the job: I worked mainly indoors to do research and to write papers, which I thought got repetitive pretty often.
The culture: People tend to be relaxed and autonomous. It is a very focused environment.
Great place to go to school overall. Some of the policies are ridiculous however and as a student your service to the university is not always respected. For the most part the professors are good however, some need to be seriously reviewed.
Working at the University of New Brunswick, especially as a student is a great way to meet with other people on campus other than those in your faculty and build a level of credibility outside the academic life of the university
Enjoyed a lot during work with co-workers. Flexible and anytime can go out and drinking. Friendly atmosphere where every boss and employee are really good friend and they do good attitude with each other.
Worked at CEL Very unhealthy environment Uncivil; there were no 'good mornings'... Manager quit and their boss never knew how to manage people. Never had my boss ever come into my office, or that of my coworkers to say 'hello' or good morning. Not really a cold environment per se, but not friendly
Working at the University of New Brunswick has been amazing. I am privileged to work under outstanding and understanding managers who have the interest of their employees at heart. The Jobs I have had the opportunity to take up has made me a better person and improved various skills I have.