Graduate Student (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 2 September 2016
Memorial University offers young researchers ample opportunity to gain practical research skills and exposure to various facets of their field. Memorial's library is well stocked and labs are very well equipped. The atmosphere is friendly and support staffs are always willing to help. A good place to start your career in specialized fields of engineering.
Good place to work if you manage to get a permanent position.
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 12 August 2016
A typical day of work consisted of setting up experiments for the lab. I developed good language skills towards instructing first-year students basic courses in Biology. Management is terrible in this place, the science building is collapsing and seems to be a very bureaucratic place to make an impact to Newfoundlanders. Co-workers are good, in my area all of us young and enthusiastic. The hardest part of the job is not getting paid enough, compared to other major Universities in Canada MUN, pay grades are low. The must enjoyable part of the job is the flexibility.
Payroll / Human Resources (Work Term) (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 3 April 2016
it was a awesome place to work I loved everyone at Mun and got along with everyone. The days went by far to fast there was a lot of work to be done and everyone works great as a team. Overall great place to work
Electrical Engineer (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 9 October 2015
• Designed and implemented LabVIEW program for corrosion under insulation project • Assisted with low current measurement accuracy determination and physical connections for laboratory set-up • Provided advice on computing needs for lab and field test DAQ system • Implemented FTP data transfer protocol for field test data
Intermediate Clerk Stenographer (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 13 May 2015
I worked in accounts receivable. I learned so much about accounting and learned many software applications. I enjoyed my work environment and co-workers. Contacting clients regarding overdue payments was the hardest.
Post doctoral fellow (Former Employee) – Toronto, Canada – 17 April 2015
I learned a lot. It was very stimulating environment however involved a lot of hard work. Coworkers were friendly and helpful in general. The research work in the lab was very enjoyable. However, the guidance from the supervisor was not up to the mark and therefore the hard work was not properely steared to obtain the publishable results.
Teaching Assistant and Lab Supervisor (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 16 January 2015
It was a great opportunity to work for Memorial University. Everyday I learned new things and developed my skills. I made great friends over there and it was a pleasure getting to know those nice people.
FOOD COURT WORKER (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 14 September 2014
people especially manager of coordinators are professional in carrying things. and they care about employees, we got gifts before Christmas and the safety training is good. the workload is small. people are easygoing and they are well educated.