Pros: The benefits are great, and that's it
Cons: Everything besides the benefits are a negative
Save yourself the stress of thinking that you are going to work at one of the best universities in the country, it's not worth it.
I worked for the FMD department on the Medical School side, one of the things that I realized is that upper management has no idea how to manage or inspire employees to do their best. Employees are not given proper instructions on how to do their job, so you have to guess how it should be done. And when you select the incorrect way, you're in trouble for trying to think for yourself. Very much a micro management philosophy. Deadlines on projects were always impossible to meet, and reporting back to management on everything that went on, it seemed like upper management wouldn't trust anyone into making a decision. If you want to be micro managed all the time, and being assigned projects with little to no guidance, and always being watched and reviewed, then this is the place for you. I'm glad I was forced out by them.