phone call center rep (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – March 25, 2014
my job was not part of the main chidlrens hospital. From what I see and the people that I interact with at the main branch, they are extremely challenged, happy and satisfied with their job. The culture at the main hospital is great.
However, I'm here to give you the review from the perspective of one of the side offices. My branch was extremely underfunded, and under a lot of pressure. There were not enough people on hand to handle the extreme amount of stuff to do. The hospital itself is tight on funds, so that created situations where 2-3 people had to handle the work of the entire hospital ( a job that 9-10 people should have done).
staff nurse (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – December 6, 2015
My average day consists of caring for 1-8 patients. These patients have multiple diagnosis and the age may range from 7-17. I work with great people who are dedicated to providing excellent care to patients and families. The hardest part of my job is not being able to help a patient see that life is worth living and the most enjoyable part of my job is watching patients thrive and move forward in there treatment.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – December 3, 2015
Boston Children's Hospital was a great employer, I learned much and enjoyed my time there. My team was very supportive and worked well together, and our support structure in management and IT was very close knit, and problems were dealt with quickly when they arose. The benefits are very good at Children's, as is the atmosphere and culture.
Clinical Assistant II (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – October 15, 2015
I enjoy helping others and love children. I enjoy going to work everyday knowing that I am helping families. This is a place were family come for there care and I am proud to say that I give excellent care to these families
Neonatal ICU/ER intern (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – October 13, 2015
The hospital absolutely got very busy especially in the neonatal ICU however we were always well staffed making our busy hours manageable. Coworkers were wonderful and patients/patient families were as well. In the COACH program, travel and lunch was all paid for. Great program and company to work for.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – September 22, 2015
By far the best job I had ever had. Unfortunately, I got hurt and was unable to do daily job duties so I had to resign, but it was amazing there. People are great, pay is great, and you leave everyday knowing you made a difference!
Research Assistant and Lab Manager (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – August 29, 2015
Excellent small, tight-knight community. Being located in the Longwood Medical Area means that you have access to essentially any tool, technique, or specialist you might need for your research. Plenty of support for administrators and lab managers. Definite opportunities for go-getters in terms of higher level administrative work.
It is a great place to work that allows you hone your skills bringing out the very best in you
Research Associate (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – July 15, 2015
This is a great place to work as it allows you hone your skills thereby bringing out the very best in you. My coworkers are very cordial and the work/life balance is great. Also very commendable is the effort the management puts into quickly resolving any issues that may arise.
Supervisor Patient Financial Services (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – July 13, 2015
The majority of Children's Hospital employee's are employed with Children's Hospital for at least one, two or more decades. People enjoy working at Children's Hospital because of our brand and it is taken very seriously "Until Every Child Is Well".
Analytical Chemist (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – July 7, 2015
Boston Children's Hospital is a great place to work. Everyone there is extremely nice and a pleasure to work with. The work is challenging and rewarding. I strengthened my problem solving skills by working independently, and made a lot of connections with fellow lab workers. The management is also extremely friendly and easy-going, especially for an organization as large as Children's. My work consisted of developing analytical methods and testing samples. I was given the freedom to make my own schedule most of the time, with the responsibility of completing work in a timely manner and attending occasional meetings. The importance of the work was the most rewarding part, knowing that we were helping children.