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Technology & Business Process Analyst for Human Resources – new

Florida Gulf Coast University Fort Myers, FL

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology Management, Business or related field. Three (3) years… CareerBuilder

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Florida Gulf Coast University President Wilson G. Bradshaw
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    Look elsewhere for employment while in grad school ... or look elsewhere for grad school.

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    Current Employee - Teaching Assistant  in  Fort Myers, FL
    Current Employee - Teaching Assistant in Fort Myers, FL

    I have been working at Florida Gulf Coast University part-time for more than 3 years


    Beautiful campus.
    Friendly and helpful staff.
    Spirit of community.
    Incredible growth.

    I enjoy working here. The work itself is very rewarding and the students are generally good to work with.


    Low pay and compensation. I have a bachelors degree and work two jobs on campus. One is salary based per course, the other is hourly. When I do my job privately, I can make upwards of $60-75 per hour. On campus I make $11 per hour. I have no benefits, paid time off, or sick leave.

    Constant restructuring. The university is new (started in the late nineties) and is constantly changing due to growth, but also due to state budget cutbacks. A few years ago I was hired for a full time job with an office, and nearly double my previous salary, then two semesters later they eliminated the position title due to budget cuts and combined it with some others and gave that job to a long time employee. I was forced to resume my old position, and my old salary. Thee will not create new positions despite needs because of budget limitations.

    Nepotism, hand waving. Jobs go to and are retained by the in-crowd. In my dept, there are two people working in positions that should go to graduate student teachers (full time, with full benefits including tuition deferment) that have been there for 8+ years ... in a masters' degree program. I have been told on more than one occasion in regards to pay or working regulations "well, the policy is _____, but we'll see what we can do for you for now."

    Ineffective Management. When I complain about these things to my immediate supervisor or department head, the usual response is "it comes from _____'s office, there's really nothing we can do about it." I've been there for 4 years and I've never had a performance review. At one point I was told there had been a complaint against me only after I asked why my hours had been cut back.

    Lack of support and tools, inconsistency. I don't have the tools I need to do my job effectively. I can't get access to those tools because of budget limitations. Some departments have huge budgets and facilities. The Engineering department has huge labs, workshops, and tools for students to work with. The students in my department don't even have access to the software and computers they need.

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    Think about your employees when hiring and restructuring, especially employees that are also students. Put maximum terms on jobs meant for graduate students. Increase pay enough that it benefits me to work where I study, or include tuition deferment for all grad student employees, not just those receiving the full benefits package. Increase communication with regards to employee performance.

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