Cultural Assistant (Current Employee), Regina, SK – May 19, 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 – May 17, 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 – March 12, 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 – November 17, 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.
Graduate Teaching/Research Assistant (Former Employee), Justice Studies and Social Work Dept, Regina, SK – June 16, 2014
Pros: have eye for details
Cons: don't be lazy around me!
On a professional level, I am a kind of person that will always want to give my best to any task, no matter how small, or how large. At every point in time at work, I am always willing to teach and learn. – more... This have always been my guiding philosophy at work place and even on a personal level. I respect time specification and do everything within my capacity to ensure that I deliver on a given task. Ideally, it is only fair on my side to say that I have passion for everything that do, from my studies to my responsibilities as a Teaching and Research Assistant in the University of Regina for two semesters (September, 2013 – April, 2014). In the course of my job, I have established a very good relationship with Course Instructors and students alike, owing to the passion and determination I put into the job. I have obtained a ‘Certificate in Teaching’ here in University of Regina and also a Certificate in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) training in the same university. I have also taking up other jobs like Inventory Person and Exam Invigilator in the university here which does not necessarily require any high level of academic experience. This is to show that I can fit into any position and deliver as specified provided I am been told what to do or given a specific talk. On a personal level, I have passion for volunteering. I am currently a volunteer with Regina Alternative Measures Program (RAMP). I am also a trained and certified Victim Advocate/Surrogate. As a Victim Surrogate with RAMP, my job involves helping victims and offenders referred to RAMP by the Provincial Court through a ‘healing process and counseling’ (restorative justice) in an extrajudicial manner. I am also a volunteer with Canadian Red Cross/Wascana Rehabilitation Centre here in Regina. Here, I assist in the Craft Centre, helping in making craft, interacting and keeping company with Canadian War Veterans. Before now, I was also a volunteer in Tromso, Norway during my first graduate program. As part of volunteering for Red Cross International, I taught high school students ‘nonviolent communication skills’, ‘Crisis Management’ and ‘Becoming a Promising Youths: the Dos and Don’ts’. These short courses took me to different schools within the Tromso community.
On a more social and organizational level, I can work independently but also enjoy working with people as a team. I have an appreciable level of leadership skills and my level of relationship with people regardless of one’s background, whether at work or on a personal level is also superb. – less
Enjoyed the challenge of keeping all customers coworkers happy
o Supervisor of Lab Cafeteria (Former Employee), Regina, SK – May 28, 2014
Pros: had excellent coworkers in my location
Cons: trying to work a location, that needed four people at all times, and be short staffed by another location having someone call in sick.
Started work at 6:30 am picked up money and produce and stock for the day. Went to location and got ready to open for 7:30 am. Counted cash for two tills did the accounting work for them both. Open store – more... and corespond with coworkers for the day. Had four other people working with me in the area. Had to keep the area stocked and running for a very busy Tim Hortons self serve location. The hardest and most enjoyable part of the job was to keep over two thousand customers a day happy. Found it was a very good challenge for everyone to leave my location with a smile. – less
Teaching Assistant (Current Employee), Regina, SK – March 25, 2014
• Marking assignments • Assisting professor in designing curriculum • Guiding undergrad students and resolving issues regarding assignments There was no hardest part in the job as the job was pretty much enjoying and creative.
Temporary Pension & Benefits Analyst (Former Employee), Regina, SK – March 13, 2013
Pros: all different ages to deal with from students to retiree's and variety of tasks
Cons: only a maternity leave - one year term
everyday was unique, challenging and rewarding Learnt that I enjoy training and presenting to a group I managed my time very efficiently, meeting time requirements. My director was very hands on but was – more... able to trust that I would accomplish each task, professionally and efficiently. I really enjoyed working with my coworkers and in a short period of time made many friends. The hardest part of the job was that there were very few procedures available. But it was a great way to learn.
The Most enjoyable part of the job was that each day was different and all of the people I dealt with - within the department or outside of the department were a pleasure. I became friends with many of the people I met through the benefit orientations. – less