Sheridan College Pay & benefits reviews
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Sheridan is AWESOME! Everyone is very friendly and they offer generous pay, pension, and benefits packages. Many perks including paid holiday closure, vacation, tuition reimbursement, tuition subsidy, scholarship plans for spouses and children of employees, and a great employee assistance program. Sheridan is very diverse and accommodating- they really care about all employees. Student and employee satisfaction are very important.
fun and friendly environment
some jobs can be more stressful than others
Sheridan is named top 100 employer in the world. Very fun place to work with. Diversified culture and work with team. Collaborative effort. Salary and benefits are really good.Overall employee satisfaction is there.
Employee events, department year end appreciation lunches, employee milestone lunches, 12 days Christmas breaks, 1 hour early dismissal if stat falls on following Monday ( extra hour long weekend)
Tight deadlines, will have to work over time. Unionized and rates are negotiated by union .
Great workplace, Met a lot of great people and the managers are very respectful and understanding. The pay is minimum wage and it can be difficult for a new student ambassador to get a lot of hours.
Friendly and Respectful work atmosphere
Very clean compound with lots of things and services to access. Staff are very welcoming and accessible, in addition they provide training.
It is good. I have learnt to network among a much wider group among numerous ethnicity. The management is very understanding. The work culture is one of care and looking out for the greater good. Living with the salary which could and should be much higher all things considered. The best part of the job is being able to assist students and their parents make a decision to attend the college.
Try getting a bank loan if you just work from contract to contract. Even if you work for years, why should a bank support you if you your job won’t even claim you as one of theirs? Don’t get into academics! The union agreement says partial load jobs have job security, but because there are so many new full timers, which they did NOT hire from partial load, there are fewer and fewer partial load jobs. Management is sympathetic, they will even shed tears when they offer you fewer and fewer hours. If you are faculty, there is no path to promotion.
Not sure anymore
Part time faculty are place fillers and not valued
Very flexible work environment, I am an arts student and they give me lots of opportunities to use those skills to make posters and handouts for them. Does involve a lot of talking to other students and doing some public speaking.
ideal for busy students to work around your schedule without falling behind
low hours, minimum wage
The management was supportive and encouraging during my tenure. As a Peer Tutor, you manage your own time and appointments so you can take on as much or as little as you want which was great since I was taking 6 courses alongside tutoring. The pay was alot lower than expected and the pay schedule was sometimes weird. They only pay minimum wage usually and limit your maximum hours to 10/week so you probably can't live off what you earn but it was nice for some extra pocket change.
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Accomadating when they can. All though at times a little unorganized depending on the department but that is everywhere. Amazing benefits/pension package once full time. Very friendly respectful staff and management. there is room for advancement but can take a while for the opportunity to come up.
I currently work as a part-time professor. The job is underpaid compared to salaries of full -time professors (they earn 2-3 times more for the same number of hours of teaching). The job gives good work/life balance and provides benefits, but only if the number of teaching hours is more than 7 per week, which is not easy to reach during a summer semester. Part-timers work on contract from one semester to another, job security is poor and depends on the number of students. The chances of advancing to a full-time position are minimal.
insecurity, low salary
It's a good start for recent graduates, but there no professional growth and no promotions at all. Don't waste your time working here after your co-op(if you were a student). In worst case scenario they will offer you a part-time job and that's it. I don't know about other departments, but Facilities is not a place where you can develop your skills.
pleasant job environment
salary, no promotions
Teaching a computer software, which is used in the dispensary to processed the prescription from the doctor. It requires a lot of patience and understanding. Preparing tests, exams and assignments requires specific knowledge and also creativity.
Nice management, good salary, teaching is very satisfying
Contract only, lots of work taken home