Data Entry (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 18, 2017
I was a student and was only working part time 3rd shift, but my co-workers were very nice. It was a very lay back atmosphere. It was a small area to work, but I guess that was enough space for what was needed.
Utility Worker (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 7, 2017
Work is physical but not overbearing. I learned better teamwork. Teamwork is the most enjoyable part of the job. Don't like the drama. Most of the time everyone is friendly and management is flexible with hours.
a place with good working environment with all equipments needed to do a productive research work.
Post-Doctoral fellow (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 16, 2017
The job is to do protein purification, identification and cloning and expression of proteins in bacterial cells. research was focused to identify protein functional relationship with the apoptotic process.
I worked at Thomas Jefferson University for approx. 19 years, great benefits, great staff and encouraging admin. staff.
Medical practice Manager (Former Employee) – Philadephia, PA – June 15, 2017
I was responsible for all daily operations, Physician flow, patient flow and employee functions. I had a very supportive leadership team, the leadership of the department encouraged and supported me along with my daily functions. The staff along again with leadership were all about the department being as a whole. The hardest part of my responsibilities was making sure patient satisfaction was met daily. The most enjoyable part of my job was my co-workers and leadership.
Adjuct Clinical Instructor (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 8, 2017
Amazing staff and always learning something new. I really enjoyed working at both the hospital and university. The compensation is competitive and the benefits of working with outstanding professional is priceless.
Patient Access Representative (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 31, 2017
A certain sect of people were able to do whatever they pleased on a daily basis with no repercussions what so ever. Doing your job well did not put you in a position for advancement. The workplace culture was very unprofessional and most employees acted in a "ghetto" manner.
no team work, poor management, one 30minute lunch break
ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – May 25, 2017
My career began at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. The people I worked with always showed that the patient's care was the priority. Building a better hospital for the benefit of the patient was always the goal of the hospital's administration also.