Productive and fun workplace, gained a lot of experience
Clinical Research Assistant (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 5, 2013
A typical workday would consist of checking phone and email messages for possible participants. Making follow-up phone calls and scheduling qualified subjects for appointment to take part in ongoing studies. Seeing participants with appointments and conducting procedures for studies. Some participants were also recruited from practice. Therefore, those participants varied on a day to day basis. Some workdays were also spent training or supervising interns. However, this was based on who was interning at the time. Supervision was given to students on protocols for studies that was being conducted. The manangement team were very supportive. In fact, there were regular scheduled meetings that were conducted to assist with feedback and any other concerns for ongoing research as well as concerns with staff. The hardest part of the job was not knowing exactly how each day would consist of. Due to the manner in which patients were recruited, schedules varied almost everyday. However, it made each day interesting. Most of all the job was enjoyable because I enjoyed meeting new people. Therefore each time a new intern was introduced that needed training, I found it very fulfilling to pass on some of the knowledge that I had gain.
Sr. Business Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – December 15, 2017
Having spent over 20 years at Yale, its IT professionals are counted on to provide excellent service. The trend of custom Yale applications has been nearly completely replaced the the use of industry enterprise COT software.
PROGRAM MANGER (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – December 15, 2017
Office environment, departments work as silos. Schools are not aligned, and do not know what other schools are working on. Office environment, with about 20% meetings off site, recruitment and other networking opportunities were available.