Researcher (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – July 4, 2015
Pros: Shared knowledge, Interesting and Respectful
Cons: Tight deadlines
I worked collaboratively on a team completing a research project which will have an impact on the way services are implemented in an area of social work which is near and dear to me. We had a large team – more... consisting of approximately twenty individuals between two universities and the plethora of information shared was invaluable. Each voice was injected into not only conversation, but also into the research. This is by far one of the richest experiences I have had while doing research and being a part of this team was a growing, learning opportunity. – less
Technical Assistant (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – May 27, 2015
Only worked for them a year. Seemed like a good place, but I didn't plan to stay in the position from the start. It was a filler while looking for better work. Very good to work with, but the AUPE union was of no help when looking at better internal positions. The U of C wasn't interested in retaining me at a better job.
Senior Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Alberta – April 1, 2015
A sense of resourcefulness served me well in this role! I had the privilege of supporting a dynamic, cohesive team. It was the most stunning example of professionalism that I've encountered in a workplace.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Current Employee), Calgary, AB – March 17, 2015
My job as a researcher at the UofC do not involve interacting with others often. The job is easy in general as long as you are productive, you manage your own schedule which gives flexibility to parents with kids. The only problem is, it is not a permanent job.
Working at the University of Calgary as a member of the staff is a real mixed bag. The job security, salary and benefits are all good to great. But it is an environment that tolerates poor performance – more... and fails to reward good performance. As a result, there is no incentive to do well at your job. So if you like to perform and be rewarded for it, this may not be the place for you. If you want to slide into retirement, it may be. – less
Server/Customer Service (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – January 7, 2015
Pros: the customer satisfaction and their smiles
Cons: some time, ong hours
A typical day is: set up the station make a good looking display excellent customer service answer customer questions about meal's preparation and warning about allergies information about nutrition facts good coordination with the people in the kitchen
I am a reserch assitant as well as a Master student
Research Assistant (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – December 11, 2014
My responsibilities include work on CMOS image sensor chip desgin in Cadence, PCB design in Altium, matlab programming in MPLab, NI DAQ device programming in C and image analyzing and processing in Matlab.
Special Events Facilitator (Current Employee), Calgary, AB – December 7, 2014
Cons: none to speak of.
Great place to work. Short hours. Very structured. Great place to work. Short hours. Very structured. Great place to work. Short hours. Very structured. Great place to work. Short hours. Very structured.
Research and Teaching Assistant (Former Employee), Calgary – November 17, 2014
At the Schulich school of engineering, graduate students have the opportunity to closely collaborate with professionals from the related industry. Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering is well-known for its world renowned scholars and professors and close collaboration with oil industry.
Productive, well coordinated and an enjoyable place to work.
Library Assistant (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – August 4, 2014
Cons: low pay
A typical day at work would include processing outgoing books, organizing incoming books and inputting book data into the computer system. Management was excellent and very accommodating of my school schedule which was appreciated. I had great co-workers, which made the job that much better.