Research Assistants at Northeastern University give their company a 4.6 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Northeastern University is 4.3, making them 7% happier than every other employee at Northeastern University and 4% happier than every other Research Assistant on CareerBliss - the happiest Research Assistants work for University of Notre Dame.
"I have found it very helpful and I learned a lot."
"I have worked at Northeastern since Sep. 2018. Before that, I worked at University of Nevada for 3 years as a research assistant and instructor. I also worked as a researcher at EPFL university in Lausanne, Swiss for 2 years from 2013 to 2015."
"I worked in a food manufacturing company for six years before entering the Iranian Ministry of Industries, where I also worked in for about 8 years. During my work years, I built up a great food industry and nutrition experience, which allowed me to continue my education here in the US and obtain my Master's degree in Nutrition. My graduate education increased my nutritional and food science knowledge and helped me be more and more confident in my field. Dear Hiring Manager, I eagerly reviewed your advertisement for the Quality Assurance supervisor position, and I am writing to express my interest. I have exceptional scientific knowledge and strong analytical and problem-solving abilities. With a master’s degree in nutrition science along with 14 years of experience in the food industry, I am positive I would be the right selection for this role. In my previous job, I have applied theoretical principles and practical knowledge of biology, chemistry, and nutrition science to inform the best presentation technics. Also, the role helped me to engage in high-quality products designed for mass production. With participating in innovation activities and assisting on development of new product ideas, reformulating existing in-house Mediterranean products to fulfill the nutritional policy, Providing assistance to quality assurance team with any specific project, utilizing knowledge of food ingredients, nutrition science, and consumers marketing insights to promote new recipes to meet both customers and business department policies and needs, and reviewing all labels for compliance with Iranian FDA, I have leveraged my knowledge towards improving food industry and people’s health. My passion for creating, modifying, and improving food quality, safety, and processing and my careful attention to detail problem-solving abilities further inform my role. I have a strong belief in the role of science in the food industry and uphold principles to bring safe food to the community"
"It was very amazing opportunity where i learned many things and tried different approaches to work as TA."
"Nice to work and study. Generous package from COE. Friendly campus. Curry Center food nice. Library connected to MIT and Harvard, so convenient. A lot of parties for undergrads. Close to Boston downtown and Chinatown, as well as Korean town, therefore friendly to Asian guys. Nice teachers and the school is becoming more and more famous."
What do you like about working at Northeastern University?
"Freedom to express your ideas. Friendly environment. Uniqueness of project."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"You must have enough expertise or ability to resolve the issues on your own."
What don't you like about working at Northeastern University?
"Limited resources and head count. Sometimes lack of guidance regarding expertise."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"More resources and head counts can help improve performance."
"I did a great research with 12 publications, and great results."
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