Research Assistant/Lecturer/Assistant Debate Coach (Current Employee) – Coral Gables, FL – March 18, 2017
Lots of bureaucracy without anyone taking responsibility for their errors. Contractual obligations are interpreted as simply guidelines and require vigilant work on the employees part to ensure they are followed.
I've worked at the university for more than 15 years. I have grown within the department leading me to my current position which I've held for the last ten years. I am relocating this is the reason for my job searching ......................
Lead Teacher (Former Employee) – Remote – January 24, 2017
My tenure with the University of Miami has afforded many ample opportunities to teach with and learn from a rich, culturally diverse group of professionals. The University of Miami goes to great lengths to attract, recruit and develop top talent in all professional areas. I am honored to have been part of the University of Miami family!!!
Lecturer (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – January 21, 2017
Good work culture - coming to work is fun and there are always nights out and something for everyone Good management Good compensation Great people at all levels of the company; like joining a family and everyone is supportive of each other and has a great time together Interesting projects
Quality Assurance Analyst (Current Employee) – Miami-Dade County, FL – January 11, 2017
A typical day at work can be normal if you are accustomed to doing differentroutine with last minute notification. Also, the environment was welcoming and very friendly. There are a lot of learning and growth opportunities, and a very diverse culture
The employee moral is combative and the management and HR dept are very disconnected. The equipment is far below par. Too much turnover in the department, related to how new people are treated like outsiders.
Sr. Help Desk Technician, Richter Library (Former Employee) – Coral Gables, FL – December 29, 2016
While "The U" may suffer from the same maladies afflicting colleges and universities around the country at this time and is therefore top heavy with administration and obsessed with turning campus into country club, it's still a very pleasant place to work. The main campus is gorgeous, the students are bright and polite and general well behaved. Sure, there are some overprivileged snots to tend to but overall a very nice crop of kids.