Program that has a large outreach to the Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania area
Odyssey Registrar (Current Employee), Baltimore, Maryland – November 9, 2014
Pros: customer service, hands on set-up
Cons: limited web based outlook
* A typical work days includes registering participants for non-credit liberal arts programs. Customer service is a large part of my job also. * This job has taught me that life not only continues when you retire, but you actually thrive and take more opportunities to learn for personal enrichment. * I am responsible for student workers who assist Instructors – more... with classroom and one-on-one setup. * This organization has a small staff, but we are all very hands on with production of creating a successful work environment. * The most challenging part of my job is assisting potential students who may not have the income to afford program costs and trying to work with them, so that they are able to enroll in classes. * The most rewarding part of my job, is when students comment on their experience with this program. I feel I am the first contact with students and I have an influence for either a positive or negative outcome. – less
Program Assistant (Former Employee), Baltimore, MD – October 19, 2014
Academically, as an active researcher on the project “Prepayment Rate and the Planned Amortization Class (PAC) Model” in the spring 2014, I have enhanced my knowledge of financial engineering, Monte Carlo Simulation and statistical prediction. As a financial planning analyst, I would be able to effectively deal with multi-tasking.
Computer Support Specialist (Former Employee), Baltimore, Maryland – October 9, 2014
Pros: keeping up to date with cutting edge technology
Cons: benefits lessened
First thing in the morning was to answer any messages that were left overnight and make sure servers were up and running. Review workload and prepare to go out in the field to help everyone on my job list with whatever the needs were. Answer phones and be ready for emergency support.
Sr. IT Officer / Network Administrator (Former Employee), Baltimore, MD – October 6, 2014
My typical work include but were not limited to installation, configuration, design, implementation, upgrades, and troubleshooting of various enterprise technologies located within a complex LAN/WAN infrastructure
Research Technologist (Current Employee), Baltimore, MD – October 6, 2014
Cons: no holidays and weekends
My typical day at work starts around 9 am. Usually it's very busy. As research technologist i'm responsible for many things. Basically i'm caretaker with my own research projects. My lab is not that big, but we work really hard, that's why we almost always run out of some supplies. So I have to monitor inventory every other day. If you have 20 boxes – more... and no room for it I definitely can do something. I communicate with sale persons and maintain order in the lab space. One of my duties is preparation of culture mediums and feeder cells for all members of my lab. After I'm done with lab stuff i do my own experiments. For last year i was doing screening of compounds library. As result of this screening we identified small molecules which induce direct conversion of fibroblast to neural crest stem cells. In the same time I made several reporter lines based on iPSc lines using CRISPR system. also once per couple month i hold a presentation on lab meeting. I really do enjoy and appreciate my work in Johns Hopkins University. I have learnt a lot about high impact scintific work from cell culture to collect data for publishing. – less
Neurology Medical Office Coordinator (Current Employee), Baltimore, MD – September 26, 2014
I've been working in the healthcare industry over 9 years. I enjoy interacting with patients and providers. I like to put a smile on people face. I've had great co-workers along the way and have work with-in multiple specialties.
A typical started early, which I loved meeting with students and faculty discussing benefits payroll or maybe just how classes were going.I learned many things at Hopkins University while working there such as the vast computer systems,the research that my department contribute to the University as well as the Hospital. There are many dedicated people – more... that work there looking for ways to cure many life threatening deceases. It is truly an amazing group of hard working intelligent people. . My co-workers were great also dedicated. Team work always came into play as well as relying on each other to do our part to make the department run smoothly. The hardest part was leaving and the most enjoyable was watching students reach their full potential and graduating. – less