Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 2 June 2016
I used to love working at McMaster University. The staff was valued and felt that they contributed to the success of the department - then the management in the department changed and it became a job. We weren't valued, We didn't feel we mattered, and bullying took place. And the union was next to useless.
Very productive and a helpful aid for younger students
Co-op Mentorship Program Mentor (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 7 April 2016
It was great mentoring younger students from first, second and third year at McMaster University that are looking for co-op placements as part of their Bachelor of Technology program. I guide and assist these students in finding these positions and helping with preparation for interviews and key aspects about certain employers worldwide.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 7 March 2016
This university has a character to engage staff/faculty and students to do projects and achieve the best of results. THe new board are putting an effort to make this place one of the highest ranked campuses in Canada.
Inspiring environment with hardworking fellow students
VP Administrative (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 7 March 2016
Demonstrated organizational and budgeting skills through planning events and performances which were delivered on time and on budget. Developed exceptional leadership skills through coordinating twenty-five club members which resulted in receiving four performance invitations from different organizations, as well as two sponsorships
Senior Graduate Student and Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 22 February 2016
- learned how to manage large group of students - learned many basic science technical skills - most enjoyable part is co-workers/peers - most enjoyable is solving problems encountered in research project
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 12 January 2016
Opportunity knocks at McMaster University! working here opens up many avenues and opportunities. Any individual can enhance their careers whilst working F/T or P/T. Supervisors/Management are always eager to assist in career enhancement and appreciate employment eagerness and enthusiasm of their staff in doing so.
Assistant Professor (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 1 December 2015
Relationships within academe are complex and political. As a professor on consecutive limited term contracts I enjoyed an excellent rapport with my tenured colleagues and with numerous students, within and beyond my department.
Supporting student growth, mentoring
Very long hours, attending to students needs and preparing classes
Clinical Research Associate (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 13 November 2015
Working for McMaster University is a very fast paced kind of work where you are expected to give 110% of your skills and effort, gives you the opportunity to keep yourself busy and wanting to improve all the time.