I worked at Notre Dame de Namur (More than a year)
Co-workers and supervisors are always friendly, and versatile in their knowledge base. Students have very reliable, and prompt one on one appointments with staff. If you like working in a university that's quick to travel between campus buildings, and with class sizes comparable to community college size classrooms and offices as opposed to a large auditorium then you would enjoy working here.
The university is on a hill. It only takes about 5 - 7 minutes to walk up the hill from street level, but disabled students and/or staff using wheelchairs that are manual as opposed to motorized might have a bit of a challenge getting up the driveway on the hill. So, they may need to make arrangements with the public safety office or an agency like Ready Wheels to take them up the hill.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Notre Dame de Namur in November 2016.
Weird experience overall. First phone screen interview turned out to be 30 minute panel interview with six members of the comm team + others! Not apprised of interview process at any time prior to first discussion, but offered invite to second round interview. Before scheduling of second interview, was contacted for salary discussion with someone who would be my colleague - not manager or HR! Warning bells! Competitive benefits but salary was so low and not at all in line with comparable roles in academia or non-profits. Declined opportunity to move on to second round interview...
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