Project Manager (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – March 1, 2013
• Responsible for $10m budget program within the three constraints. MS Suite Implementation project Network Infrastructure renewal project • Responsible to communicate with the Internal & External project stakeholders • Executes policies and procedures for the engagement project, e.g. quality assurance, Communication plan, and setting up the environment.
Experimental and Simulation Researcher-PhD Student (Current Employee), Calgary, AB – February 19, 2013
Pros: work in university and access to labs and simulators
Cons: lack of idustry experience
Achieving research at University of Calgary is a great opportunity for me to learn as much as possible. All people in the research group do their best to raise the quality of work and enhance the knowledge in petroleum engineering. The hardest and most enjoyable parts of work are dealing with difficult problems and reo=solving them.
Recruitment Events Coordinator (Current Employee), Calgary, AB – February 4, 2013
Pros: good work/life balance
Cons: lower pay
Good place to be if you want job security and work/life balance. However, it does not offer much in the way of career advancement unless you've been there for an extremely long time. Unionized environment. Access to campus facilities.
Community Advisor (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – October 22, 2012
Cons: hours were all over the place
I worked as a Community Advisor(CA) during my last two years of my University degree. It was enjoyable and I had to live in residence. I found balancing between my job as a CA and finishing my work for classes was difficult but it definitely taught me how to multi-task. The hardest part of the job was dealing with adults who were violating rules. The – more... most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new students. – less
Teaching Assistant (Current Employee), Calgary, AB – September 4, 2012
Working as a Teaching Assistant in the department of chemistry has been an exciting experience for me. The colleagues, administrative staff and the faculty at U of C are supportive, a factor that brings the best out of everyone.
Field/Lab Research Assistant (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – April 28, 2012
As a field/lab assistant the work schedule is very different from any typical 9 to 5 job. Field work is based on the seasons and the weather, lab work is done whenever field work cant be done. This was a very independent job experience, where I learned to set and accomplish personal goals and deadlines. Highly self motivating.
Research Assistant (Former Employee), calgary, AB – May 6, 2014
Pros: interesting topic
Cons: depends on the research fund
Assist research investigation by performing literature search and review Assist with data collection, assorting and verification Conduct the proper documentation of procedural actions as well as results Update on current literature as directed by supervisor to enhance research capability