On average, employees at Cleveland State University give their company a 4.2 rating out of 5.0 - which is 10% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Cleveland State University employees are Teaching Assistants submitting an average rating of 4.1 and Research Assistants with a rating of 3.9.
"Working for Operation STEM is a fulfilling job being able to help students understand the necessary mathematics skills that they need in order to succeed. I personally struggled when I took my early mathematics courses, so being able to be the change I wanted to see when I was younger is a truly satisfying experience. Working for Operation STEM really feels like working with a big family and I enjoy my coworkers more than I have in any other job I have worked in."
"Research Assistant at Cleveland State University."
"Create an profile in online jobs portal such as glassdoor, indeed, monster, etc, upload resume and search for the job profile you are looking for. Definitely you will get some company required matched with your profile and thats it, go ahed and apply for the position."
"I worked as a Python programmer and data engineer for an interdisciplinary research project with the College of Urban Studies, and had an excellent experience. I was granted a large amount of autonomy and was permitted to work remotely, which was extremely helpful, since architecting a data pipeline requires long stretches of uninterrupted time. My advisors and superiors were enormously helpful. I would highly recommend becoming a research scientist."
"I’ve work as a research assistant for +4 years at Cleveland State University. I have skills with molecular biology experiments. Worked as a research assistant and trained with +12 team research group • Skilled and familiar with the fundamental lab procedures in protein expression and purification. • Assay development. • DNA, RNA and protein extraction. • Western blotting. • Gel electrophoresis. • Electrochemical analysis. • Scanning Electron Microscope. • Gathered data and maintained accurate records for the laboratory. • Provided first class communication and collaboration with coworkers. • Skilled at detecting, resolving issues, and understanding and analyzing data. • Supporting the team with day-to-day operation, including maintenance of working areas, equipment, waste and chemical inventory."
"I've worked in Cleveland State University's Parking department as an IT Customer Service Assistant for 8 months upto May 2019. Friendly work environment and supervisors."
"Great experience working with IS&T."
"I have worked with NEOMED less than a year. It has been a fantastic experience."
"I'm a researcher at CSU since last March 2014. I like it."
"I have worked since January 2014. I found this job beneficial to gain some experience towards the professional world."
"I have worked as a Teaching Assistant at Cleveland State and I found it beneficial to get some experience towards the professional world."
What do you like about working at Cleveland State University?
"I like the down time, the freedom to pursue my own interests in any down time, and my friendly coworkers."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"The system takes forever to do anything so don't be afraid to wait. Bureaucratic red tape restricts most of the aspects of everything involved with working here."
What don't you like about working at Cleveland State University?
"The expectations are too high for the amount of work they expect me to do in my current position. In spite of the fact that I am most often doing the work of 5 people, I have been recognized as nothing more than a temp employee and have been reminded that I can be replaced at any time as an unsuccessful attempt to encourage and motivate me to work harder out of fear for losing my job. In general, the employees are not being trained to resolve issues for themselves, and in addition, there is a great miscommunication and expectation between different departments and the responsibilities of those departments. Within each department, there is a great lack of cross training, so much so, that they're constantly have to pull previous employees out of retirement because nobody else knows how to do the job."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"A lot. The overall structure of the system needs to be reorganized, starting with more intensive training of staff on all current and new policies and procedures. There needs to be a reworking of job duties and responsibilities so that each department has a clearly defined purpose and intent."
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