Volunteer (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – June 20, 2017
i was only a volunteer at this facility. i enjoyed being there. i can only guess how the employees feel. Overall its an environment where you need to be on top of your game. You need to be focused. They were averagely friendly people.
The University Hospital is a separate, independent medical center with 519 licensed beds, an active medical staff of more than 600 and more than 3,100 employees. We are a regional resource for advanced care in a wide range of medical specialties. We are home to northern New Jersey’s Level I Trauma Center and to specialty programs such as the Center for Liver Diseases and the Comprehensive Stroke Center.
Program Development Analyst (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – June 7, 2017
A great Institution to get a degree and also work in. Professors and staff are always there to mentor you. My co workers were great and always found the time to help out whenever you needed anything. I truly miss this Hospital and Medical School.
Program Coordinator (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – May 11, 2017
If you work for a great manager, you'll go far. If you're hired under the wrong one, it will set you back. Some managers are fantastic, some managers will make you rethink your career path. Do as much research as possible.
My daily day at work was challenging and demanding, through it all I have learned how to humble myself and patience. The Management team that I worked with was understanding and helpful when needed. the culture of the workplace was fun! My hardest part of my job was dealing with patient bereavement. The most enjoyable was the way we had a family like setting and made the best out of a stressful environment.
Distribution Supervisor - Materials Management (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – February 20, 2017
If you work hard no one can keep you from moving up. I dont have much to say i started as a EVS worker and worked my way up the ranks. I moved on to linen and from linen I moved on to Supply chain. and basically worked my way up the ranks in that department by learning all aspects of the department.
Unit Clerk (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – January 6, 2017
Updated admissions, discharges, and transfers in the hospital’s system Served as liaison between patients, family, and internal staff Answered telephones and greeted patients and visitors. Coordinated lab and diagnostic imaging tests requested by physicians and nurses
A typical day at work was very interesting dealing with the daily challenger of the organization. I learned to work very challenging environment. My upper management were very professional and down to earth. My co-workers were always willing to be team players. The hardest part of the job was the long commute from my house and dealing with the traffic during the rush hours at the end of the day. The most enjoyable part of the job was the interactions not only with the end users but also with the support team and the different contractors.
Full support from the in-house Physical Plant Group
This place is an awesome place to work. They pay really well, entry level positions non clinical start out at around 43,000. You get raises and great benefits There is a team environment, everyone is pleasant and nice. The workload is not to heavy so you are able to have a good life work balance. Their is room for advancement and growth.