Research Associate (Current Employee) – Edmonton, Alberta – 17 December 2013
Working at the University within the Computer Poker Research Group was amazing. I learned a ton of new things, contributed lots of code to the project and felt like I was apart of the advancement of the field. The supervising members were amazing and the problems were challenging and fun. The hardest part of the day was not getting sidetracked on all of the amazing different facets of the project.
Medical Secretary (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 25 September 2017
Excellent pay. Benefits are very good and include a health spending and personal spending account. Vacation is earned at a fairly standard rate with an increase in amount depending on length of employment
PhD Researcher (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 2 September 2017
Management and Salary structures for a graduate students are excellent but collaboration between professors need an improvement. The working environment greatly depends on your supervisor, and my supervisor was great in this sense who had provided me a personal space and timely guidance.
Medical Office Administrator (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 August 2017
Long work hours and constantly increasing job description. These both make it difficult to take advantage of additional training courses available during regular office hours. Fairly good support system from peers, but not from management. Good pay and benefits.
good pay and benefits
long hours and continuously growing job description
Year Two Administrator, Curriculum (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 17 July 2017
University of Alberta has good comprehensive benefits. The union is very supportive as well. Hours can be from 0730-1500 or 0800-1600h. They will support the hours as long as it does not affect the work. There are certain long hours during the school year.