Administrator (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 31 May 2018
Good Work/Life balance. Good work environment that encourages learning and growth. Benefits Package is the cherry. The slowness of some of the processes may require some patience sometimes but that's about the only downside of working here.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 18 May 2018
cooperate to learn and learn to be professional in the specific area The hardest time is to finish one experiment in the dark room(for experimental need, almost no light) for force measurement of the materials. Also, the time in the dark inspires the critical thinking and is also the most enjoyable part of the job.
Low key relaxed work environment with minimal supervison
Climbing Wall Staff/Instructor (Former Employee) – Camrose, AB – 30 April 2018
Clean healthy work environment with varying amounts of customers on any given night. Sometimes no one shows up and your alone all night and can get homework done, sometimes you need to call for back up because there is only ever one person working during drop-in at a time.
Event Staff (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 25 April 2018
Learned lots of fantastic skills working for even staff. Trained in cash handling, ticket sales, alcohol sales, security. Learned how to better communicate with customers and coworkers. Really patient and kind training staff.
Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 7 April 2018
Working at the University of Alberta is a great way to meet and connect with some professors and other people who are interested in academia. The compensation is the only sub-par part of working here, as more money can be made elsewhere while having a less stressful job.