Decent place to work if you can afford the salary cut compared to private.
Assistant Director (Current Employee) – Housing – July 17, 2017
Management is pretty good, and the university is a dynamic place to work. Gaining responsibility and experience is relatively easy, as is moving up the ladder. However there is a deep culture of place-holding in the bottom rungs: people who simply want to do the least possible. And unfortunately these are the majority of customer facing positions. So there's a great deal of red-tape, inertia, and blame shifting until you reach Director level positions.
Tuition reimbursement, campus environment, education mission
workplace culture, archaic HR, public university's reliance on state legislature