"Having worked for BYU Print & Mail for over a year I have had the opportunity to work with great associates and be a part of great work. The benefits of working for a campus in an Administrative Staff position include 401k, Paid Vacation and Tuition. I have had a great relationship with my supervisor and had many opportunities to learn and grow. It has been a great experience working for an In-Plant that sets the gold standard for the industry in printing quality and processes. The job can be challenging but for those who take initiative and love to work hard, it can be very rewarding."
"I received multiple degrees from BYU and was excited to start working there. I knew there would be challenges but I did not expect the biggest challenge to be the management team. The work environment is extremely political and unfriendly. I worked for Dining Services and I can tell you that the safety the food they are feeding students and guests is not the top priority of management. Management will tell you what sounds good like Food Safety is a top priority or they value the students working there, however, their actions show that those are all lies. I suggested we get equipment to better detect foreign material and was told it was not in the budget. I asked for a budget that I could use to improve Food Safety and could not be given one. The only reason my position existed was because somebody told management that I would be a good idea. They had no food safety goals. Full responsibility was placed on this position for the Food Safety of the whole plant with no input or commitment from any other leadership. They lure people in with the reputation of BYU to leave employees miserable because they have no direction and are not listened to."
"Brigham Young University - Idaho has an excellent tutoring center. The requirements to become a tutor allow only those who excelled at their coursework to receive the position. Hours are extremely flexible as to when you have appointments and how many appointments you have each week. They are also very accommodating when it comes to necessary time off."
"Brigham Young University Idaho has a positive and uplifting atmosphere that really encourages learning and growth. As a tutor and a TA I get to help promote that feeling while keeping my skils from previous classes sharp. I have been at the school for a couple years now and I'm glad to be ending my time here by giving back to other students in their educational goals."
"Great School as educating any training student to be a practical engineer and a better person for society."
"Being at BYU has been a character building, intellectually stimulating, and fun experience! The faculty, staff, and fellow students in the Manufacturing Engineering department have been great to work with, and I am so lucky that I have been able to do research as a student here."
"Good place to work, lots of fun people."
"Working as the lead developer, we made the difficult transition from purchased application to in house development."
"I worked for the IP&T Department at BYU this semester helping them develop and really get their website innovation.byu.edu going. It was a great experience working with innovative people, employing creative ideas for how to grow the website, reach out to people, develop useful functionality, and tackle problems."
"This is an amazing place to work. Our supervisor is a top-notch software developer and allows us to learn and take leadership on projects. Because he comes from years of corporate experience he is wise and invaluable mentor."
"Such a friendly place. I have had wonderful moments there."
"I've worked for Brigham Young University-Idaho as a student software developer for over 2 years. I am developing web applications for the school using ASP.NET MVC(C#) and AgularJS."
"This student job was really good."
"I've been with the CTL (Center for Teaching and Learning) as a student animator and 3D generalist for a little under a year. It's a GREAT place to work as a student - the big catch is that you have to be a student attending Brigham Young University in order to get the job - so it's a great job, but pretty hard to get."
"Working for a Brigham Young University IT department was a great college experience and allowed me to deliver real solutions to real business needs and have a very meaningful and important impact on the quality of service of the University."
Brigham Young University has an overall rating of 4.2 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 97 Brigham Young University Review Ratings left anonymously by Brigham Young University employees, which is 8% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 99% of employees would recommend working at Brigham Young University.
Brigham Young University employees earn $30,000 annually on average, or $14 per hour, which is 55% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 38 Brigham Young University employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find Brigham Young University Salaries by Job Title.
99% of employees would recommend working at Brigham Young University with the overall rating of 4.2 out of 5. Employees also rated Brigham Young University 4.4 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.6 for Rewards You Receive, 3.6 for Growth Opportunities and 4.2 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at Brigham Young University is a Technical Consultant at $201,000 annually. Browse Brigham Young University Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at Brigham Young University is a Lead Processor at $12,000 annually. Browse Brigham Young University Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at Brigham Young University to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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