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There was encouraged academic freedom in the teaching of the classes by the department; however, due to overall decisions made by the university it was difficult to obtain any consistent hours within the university. I enjoyed working with the department, and would have welcomed the opportunity to continue to be there.
I worked as research person at UFV. I loved my work & enjoyed my work. I learnt a lot. I got many benefits like free medical, dental & parking. I got paid above minimum.
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Great learning and working environment This is a committed volunteer position per semester. It is a constantly evolving environment with interaction with many different students in one day. The hardest part of the job is understanding the lesson plan and being prepared to teach it with 24 hours notice. The most enjoyable parts of the job is seeing the sparkle in a child's eye when they realize they can do something new. This opportunity provides a great work experience for anyone looking to go into teaching or working with children!
A typical work day consist of: Primary responsibility is troubleshooting computer problems. Explain student about various PC components and disassembling them. Assist students who require extra guidance & Perform various computer lab sessions. The best part of working in University is the happy work environment .
It's a nice place to work at. They arranged your work schedule depending on the classes you are taking. So you won't have any trouble juggling study and work since they will still give a you lot of time to study. Just tell them that you're having trouble with your school works or if you demand more hours, they'll give it to you.
Editing documents, filing student records, contacting companies, sorting gifts, and participating in interviews. Many students come in to seek help in job applying or for their co op program.
Long hours of sitting
It is a productive and fun workplace and I was able to learn a lot of new and valuable work skills.Ensured computers and printer were working properly, ensured that computer lab was kept neat, answered students' questions about computers, resolved minor problems and reported major problems to Information Technology personnel, recorded the number of computer lab users
In my experience, self-reviews are extremely helpful because they give employees a way to reflect on their own performance. This will give the employer more details on how the employee has performed, because they are more likely to remember everything, as opposed to a supervisor who’s keeping track of 7-10 employees.