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16 hrs ago

3D Studio Technician – new

Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX

Oversees and maintains the art studios, sculpture and ceramic facilities in the Department of Art. Develops and oversees a safety program for… Glassdoor


20 days ago

Project Coordinator

Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX

Assists the Project Director and Project Manager in the overall grant logistics and other related work. Assists in the coordination of training… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Lecturer of Management Information Systems

Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX

Full time teaching of undergraduate Management Information Systems courses. Prepare lectures, assignments, and examinations for both face-to-face and… Glassdoor


20 days ago

Personal Trainer (4 positions to fill)

Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX

Provides personal training and fitness assessments to assigned clients that are in accordance with national standards and departmental policies and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Staff - Pool (Testing Center)

Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX

Staff-Pool postings are temporary positions hired for the Testing Center with immediate and short-term assignments. Staff-Pool hiring is based upon a… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Senior Human Resources Manager – new

Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX

Performs responsible management duties in the development and administration of the staffing, employee leaves, unemployment, and workers compensation… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

2014 - 15 Lecturer - Pool Faculty (Communications Studies)

Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX

Lecturer-Pool faculty are term positions hired to teach one to four courses per semester. Lecturer-Pool faculty hiring is based upon student demand… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

2014 - 15 Lecturer - Pool Faculty (Biological Sciences)

Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX

Lecturer-Pool faculty are term positions hired to teach one to four courses per semester. Lecturer-Pool faculty hiring is based upon student demand… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Assistant Professor of Mass Communication (Multimedia Advertising)

Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX

. As a tenure-track hire, this position requires dedicated and inspiring teaching, a commitment to service, and a record of scholarly creative… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

2014 - 15 Lecturer - Pool Faculty (Psychology & Philosophy)

Sam Houston State Huntsville, TX

Lecturer-Pool faculty are term positions hired to teach one to four courses per semester. Lecturer-Pool faculty hiring is based upon student demand… Glassdoor


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    Not bad for a student job.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Huntsville, TX
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Huntsville, TX

    I have been working at Sam Houston State part-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    My office provided a lot of job security; I was able to work there until I graduated. All the staff in my office were very nice and caring, and treated me like an equal for the most part. Many opportunities for cross-training and the ability to take on new assignments. I received a six-month raise and ended up making $9.00/hr. There were many networking opportunities that happened simply from being on the job.

    Cons

    There were many times when I didn't have anything to work on, despite spending hours doing training for special projects that didn't happen. Other employees were able to get new furniture at the drop of a hat, but I developed posture issues from having to hunch over a desk in an old chair. My office hired me to work opposite hours of an adult staffer, who made almost twice as much per hour to do the same job that I did. Keeping a professional dress code as a student was inconvenient, especially when it was 106 degrees outside. My supervisor would commonly forget that I had requested days off (months in advance), and sometimes I had to barter with other student workers to get them off.

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    While my experience wasn't bad by any means, the university needs to understand that student employees are the backbone of the university. We are the ones that carry your boxes, run your errands, and cover for you when you don't want to talk to a disgruntled customer. If a staff member can get a desk that costs more than my annual salary, why I can't I at least have a comfortable workstation?

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