- University of Texas of The Permian Basin01.May 2017
High, great environment
Support from management
Good interactions between faculty and supervisory staff.
There is a level of competition for grants and staff development.
Freedom to work independently
Much needs to be approved.
Encouraged and in compliance with Title IX.
Attitude towards older colleagues
With travel freeze, I missed attending a prestigious conference in order to present a paper that could be published.
Overall compensation for your work
I was promised a substantial income increase that did not transpire when the two-year hiring freeze began.
Office / Work Environment
Some equipment is old.
Recycling is encouraged. Free potable water offered and a free "store" of clothing, appliances.
I work approximately 60 hours per week.
The community supports the University.
Hiring freeze has prevented me from earning an appointment.
There are people in wheelchairs who can navigate the campus. More needs to be done for the hearing impaired.
Safety team is excellent.
I am challenged with a myriad of projects.
Inclusive / Diverse
People are friendly and diversity is embraced.
Suggestions for improvement
- Manage budgets more carefully
What I like about the company
I am only an employer of student workers for the student news.
What I dislike about the company
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyUniversity of Texas of The Permian Basin
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Current employee
- PositionC-Suite / Leadership