Program Assistant (Current Employee) – Charleston, SC – May 16, 2017
My typical day at work is making sure my patients is well taking care for that day, I learn how to stay focus and manage day of operation, values, beliefs, underlying assumptions, attitudes, and behaviors. Hard part of my is making sure things are taking care of in office. And most enjoyable part of my job is learning new skills
This is a huge hospital and as such you will find great and awful leadership. My biggest gripe with the MUSC system is the way that it tends to attract incompetent and lazy individuals who are content with just scraping by collecting a rather large paycheck on the taxpayer's dime while not contributing much.
Great place to work and great quality assurance always provide in every area. Sterile processing is where it all starts for the OR. Without sterile trays the OR wouldn't be able to function, therefore we do our best to keep everything in great order.
Unit Secretary (Current Employee) – Charleston, SC – May 2, 2017
Musc is a very nice plsce to work there is so much to learn there and you can build good skills there. it is a teaching hospital and ther are culturely divearse people that work there, the hardest part of the job is when we are short staffed. I enjoyed taking of my patients and the look on thier face when i drawn thier blood and do it in one stick with little pain.
67 President Street (Current Employee) – Charleston, SC 29425 – April 24, 2017
Overall it is a disappointing place to be associated with. Over the years they have taken more and more away from the very staff they profess to value. Policies, rules are enforced for some and others openly flaunt those same rules and policies with no consequences. Workplace bullies abound while management sits back, sends everyone to inservices and considers the matter closed. Many fine practitioners and nurses have been drummed over the past five or so years.
They pay for years of work experiance
They have endless ways to avoid giving rasises an continually remove shift differentails, bonus pay, weekend pay etc
Orthopaedic Surgery Scheduler (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – April 5, 2017
This company has awesome benefits. Typical work day keeps you on your toes. Extremely busy environment. Most enjoyable part of the job is the interaction with the patients and knowing that you are an intricate part of helping them to get better.
Administrative Coordinator II Human Resources (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – March 18, 2017
MUSC has been a terrific employer! I have advanced through learning different positions and within my 25 years have been promoted 6 times. My supervisors were very supportive in my eagerness to advance through the State/MUSC system.
Working with diverse group of people, especially the international community.
Great place to work. Meet great people. Staff very confident about work. Hardest part about the job is meeting the patients, and knowing their experience.Location is a huge downfall. Interstate traffic.
There should be room for others to advance within their department without applying for another position outside. The pay grade should allow for upgrades and or pay raises inside and outside of the pay band as well.
Can be very busy or evenly paced. Because its a learning hospital there is always room to grow. Management was supportive and pitched in when they could. The hardest part of the job was the very sick patients. Most enjoyable part was working with who I was working with. We had a real team effort in the department.