Great place to work, but has some downsides
Recruitment Specialist (Current Employee) – Admissions Office – April 5, 2016
The University as a whole isn't very cohesive. Organizations are very independent from one another and from my experiences it adds to a lot of the problems that students face. Other than that, the university provides it's employees with decent benefits (including free credits for courses), and plentiful sick/annual leave. If you are competent and enjoy the idea of working in higher education then the positions have a lot to offer. There probably won't be any raises in salaries in the next year, and due to the hiring freeze people should prepare to see less jobs posted. Managers are either 50/50 for those who have a passion in helping students and those who are focused on running the institution strictly like a business.