Sr. System Administrator (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – August 10, 2016
Working for Johns Hopkins IT is very a productive and fun environment to work for. I learn a lot as a system administrator. I work on day to day server management as for VMWare, SQL database and project maangement.
Receptionist/Clerk (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – September 20, 2016
Being at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business school taught me how to carry myself in a manner that will make my day and most importantly make my job easier. They made me feel apart of their team even though it was a internship which was temporary.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – September 19, 2016
It is a very flexible job environment. I participated in a paid undergraduate research experience over the summer and was introduced to graduate level studies. While I was there, I worked on fabricating and optimizing colloidal quantum dot particles.
Research Coordinator (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – January 11, 2016
If you apply yourself Johns Hopkins is the place to excel. They have classes to advance your earnings. The university side has great benefits. Health and discounts daily life such as grants for your first home (live near you work program.
Environmental care associate (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – August 26, 2015
A typical day at hopkins is like being on a planation you work really hard for little pay no recogition for the work you do. Theres alot of work and hardly any employees so they expect the employees they have to work twice as hard. if you work in evc it's very hard for you to move up due to the prejidice there is in Johns Hopkins. Managment is the worse there is not structure and everyone wants to do what they want they do not look after the employees. The only enjoyable thing about this job is our lunch break and clocking out and leaving for the day.
Certified Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – June 27, 2015
Constantly learning new things and took advantage of the free learning classes! Had a great time working for Hopkins and will continue to grow and take with me what I learned, Also inspired my career change to become an OT.
short breaks, sick days and vacation days are not seperate
I worked there for the summer and was around many sick and injured patients. It was not the job for me but I did what I had to do. Nursing is not the field for me which is why I believe it did not work for me.