Research Assistant (On-call) (Current Employee) – Kingston, ON – 20 November 2017
Queens University is a good place for learning and acquiring relevant skills you require in a grooming a preferred career. A typical day at work gives you the opportunity to contribute what you have learnt in time past to solve pending engineering problems.
Home Events General Staff Member (Current Employee) – Kingston, ON – 6 November 2017
The Smith School of Business is highly reputable in Canada and it provides it's students an unparalleled experience to leadership. With it's amazing exchange program that over 80% of upper year students take advantage of, it allows students to get a global perspective on the world of business.
English Language Instructor (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 21 September 2017
I was hired to work a part-time short-term summer contract teaching ESL for academic purposes. The staff was clear from the beginning that this would be a non-renewable contract, but I was okay with that. I wanted to get experience, and a current reference. I really found this to be a great experience, and the pay was great. My supervisor provided all of the details regarding the days, hours, rate of pay, and details. All of this turned out to be accurate so this was a well-organized workplace to work for, and I loved it. My supervisors allowed for lots of creativity in the classroom, which was awesome. I would highly recommend this educational facility to anybody. It was a great experience.
Great supporting staff, well-organized, and great pay.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 14 September 2017
Excellent work environment following ethical procedures in all aspects in the lab. Priority given to safe working of the students/researchers. Strong support and guidance throughout the time period by the supervisor.
Traditional work environment with commitment to excellence.
Recruitment Representative (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 13 September 2017
Traditional work environment, committed to excellence and continuous improvement. Really enjoyed the team, and depending on the environment, it goes through very busy and slow periods, as any company does.
Civil Technician (Former Employee) – Queen's University – 5 September 2017
A great university to study. Queen's provides various courses which were industrial based and updated. It also provides the opportunity to the students to work inside the campus, with good leaders. I took seven courses and one project to accomplish my Masters program. The most enjoyable part was as the choreographer of the QISA team, which allowed me to interact with the new people. The one thing I learned from the university is to give the best at every moment of life.
A very supportive and friendly environment to be at.
Postdoctoral Fellow (Current Employee) – Kingston, ON – 3 July 2017
I joined Queen's university as a graduate student for five years and as a postdoctoral fellow for less than a year. During this period I got the chance to work with different research groups and communicating with many colleagues, staff and faculty members. Overall, I feel it was an amazing experience.
Teaching Assistant (TA) (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 14 June 2017
I enjoyed working as a teaching assistant at Queen's University. I learnt quite a bit about a variety of academic subdisciplines. I also believe that this job enhanced by comprehension and writing skills. Working as a teaching assistant forces an individual to be able to speak effectively, be patient as well as learn to engage with a variety of student skillsets.