Fire Prevention and Safety Assistant (volunteer) (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 29 August 2017
awesome place to work/volunteer. Manager/supervisors were very organized, provided enough training, open to answering question, and allowed you to freely express yourself. Overall it was a great experience.
PT-College Professor School of BITM (Current Employee) – Oshawa, On – 7 July 2017
Working here is a balance between 2 worlds and 2 generations. One you have the professional world where you work with people who all have the same goal; is for the student's to succeed. The other is the students who are not professional in anyway which can be frustrating because they think that they have to take responsibility.
A typical day is lecturing and then being in class for the students as they work on their assignments. After class if necessary hold office hours otherwise go back to main office, check in with the administration any updates necessary.
Other days is composed of marking, and prep work for the next class.
Network Administrator (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 19 April 2017
I would fix computers at the IT help desk. The work culture was a simple but fun one, where you enjoyed doing your job without management over your head. It helped me learn a lot about computers and how to apply my skills on other computer issues.
Microbiology lab preparation assistant (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 20 February 2017
This was a placement job in the microbiology laboratory or Durham college. Typical days consisted of cleaning glassware, and preparation of auger for classes. The Management was good and always clear about what was needed and training on how to properly prepare solutions was very thorough
KPI ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 3 May 2016
• KPI’s are utilized as a technique for measuring how well Ontario colleges addresses the issues of students and their facilities. They ensure that programs remain strong, responsive and needs driven. Volunteers are required to clarify the procedure and strategies of the KPI to the allocated class. Once instructions are given, KPI's are distributed to the class and are received once completed.