Cashier (Current Employee), Dallas,Tx – March 2, 2015
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This was one of the best jobs I've had. The worked day was very busy.You never got bored or side tracked because there was always something to do. I learned how to pace myself when it comes to working in a business setting. The management and co-workers were great.
Patient Transporter (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – February 27, 2015
Cons: different management all the time
Enjoyed working w/ some of my patients I saw on daily basis. Medical benefits where awesome. The department doesn't get compensated enough for our work. Management changed a lot which cause lack of communication. Didn't feel heard.
Instructor (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – January 8, 2015
This is the best research place to work in DFW area. If somebody want to do medical research in DFW area, UT southwestern will be the best place. The quality of work and research is outstanding. Research publication level is top level in the world. However, since this institute is full of postdoctoral researchers, it is very competitive environment and work-related stress level is also high
SR. BUSINESS ANALYST (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – December 25, 2014
This company has pretty good compensation and good benefits. The team dynamic was also good. The company was willing to train you in areas that you aren't as strong in. You are also able to learn a lot through cross training
Program Coordinator (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – November 21, 2014
Pros: healthcare benefits
Job has a variety of tasks which can change at any moment. Everything you do is for the benefit of a doctor. Time management is the most important aspect of this place. The doctors rely heavily on you to keep up with their schedules and meetings. Co-workers are okay, but as normal you will not get along with everyone you meet. The most difficult part of the job is dealing with the doctors on some instances. The best part of the job is knowing you have helped out the doctor to better serve the patients who have cancer.
Oncology Health Unit Coordinator (HUC) (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – November 16, 2014
Very busy floor with fast paced flow, with great upper management. My co-workers are very friendly and great team players. I love that we get to see people walk out with great results, not always but it's such a joy when we do.