Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 13 July 2017
The low fees within all around Canada it is a great place to work and study as the students are less dependent on external jobs to pay their fees. The professors are nice but the university needs to improve the quality of professors.
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 8 March 2017
Working as Teacher assistant is fun in a way that you get to see supervise students and assist your supervisor in their tasks. Working as a research assistant can be a handful because a lot of research work is required and then writing long reports after analysing long very long data
learning new things from the current ongoing raw research material
• Knowledge of University systems • Experienced in analyzing financial data • Computer Skills
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 1 May 2016
1. At present job • Organizing and preparing documents for images • Scanning, and verifying documents and indexes images • Performing clerical tasks, such as indexed documents according to an established new folder • Archiving files, emails, doing mails and assisting with special project such as Shen Kuo program • Using Banner, Caspur reports and GroupWise knowledge and possessing skills in the use of student databases • Assisting with admissions and Registration • responsible for general correspondence and bulk mailing; sorts and distributes mail • Learning lots of policies and procedures of University • Work well with co-workers • The hardest work is dealed with different program problem of graduate students • The most enjoyable part of job is solved problem for different students
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 13 March 2016
Data management and processing, conducted research about production decline analysis of tight and shale formation as well as geological modelling on reservoir characterization. Nice coworkers and managers gave me high-level appraises for my performance on work ethic and integrity.
Cultural Assistant (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 19 May 2015
A place where there are many opportunities to learn and grow as an individual. we have the chance to talk with students from all around the world and help them with their English skills and teach them about Canada.
Ph.D. candidate (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 17 May 2015
Productive and fun workplace, can be boring at times. Some times work is not so rewarding, but has a lot of freedom. Some times less resources available while expectations are high. Hard work and motivation are key to success.
Lecturer & Instructor / E-Learning Consultant (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 12 March 2015
Part time teaching and consulting, taught night classes, workshops, and lunch and learn series. I highly recommend UoR as an educational institute but they need to draw a line when it comes to competing with the private sector. .
Cultural Assistant (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 17 November 2014
This work experience provided me with the opportunity to develop my leadership and communication skills within a team environment. I particularly enjoyed being able to support students as the settle in Regina, and getting to know people from all parts of the word.