Yale is a great place to work and learn from the best
ASSOCIATE RESEARCH SCIENTIST (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – January 24, 2016
This is my second appointment at Yale University and it has been a great learning experience working here. It gives me great pleasure to work with some of the best co-workers and Investigators who are pioneers in their respective fields. The most enjoyable part of m job is the freedom to propose novel ideas for research and to actually experiment with them. Yale also provides great health benefits for its employees and provides a conducive environment for research. I would highly recommend this place to any potential employees.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – West Haven, CT – January 11, 2016
The typical day in this position predominantly consisted of over the phone scheduling of consultation appointments. Traveled to site locations and carried out consultations for consent review, agreement, and recruitment.
I was trained to perform MMSE, as well as trained and tested for Human Subjects Protection, HIPAA.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/OFFICE MANAGER (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – December 31, 2015
During those years at the University, I advanced rather quickly through the ranks. By the end of my employment there, I was the only support staff to 4 different directors. Each director was responsible for different aspects of the departments (basketball; fundraising; alumni support; grant-writing; publications; etc.). It was fast paced and fun at the same time.
Learned new skills almost daily.
Learned new skills daily and had to keep pace with different divisions.
Dining Hall Manager (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 27, 2015
I was honored to work at Yale. Many life lessons while working managing union employees. My experience working with my colleagues was unforgettable as they are the only people who can truly understand what being a manager at the University means.
Senior Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 23, 2015
Yale offers great benefits and opportunities for learning and advancement, but as with any large entity, each school/department/section is has its own culture. The medical school is very fast paced while central campus closely follows the academic year cycle. My experience in both of those areas was rewarding and I received much support from my supervisors, faculty and peers. It's really about finding the right fit for you!
Great benefits and pay; opportunities for learning and advancement
There are many areas/schools/departments within the university...many are great, others are toxic.
Hematologist Tecjnician (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 18, 2015
I would open up the facility, turn on the copy machine, and computer. I would record the temperature on the refrigerator where the specimen went, do phlbotomy, ECG, order supplies, stock the blood drawing room, do bleeding-time, record specimen that was drop off by different department, and take result to the doctors in different departments.
I enjoy working with my co-worker and I learn how to new skills, such as ECG, and bleeding-time.
Senior Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 14, 2015
I can honestly say without a doubt that I love my job. I have a wonderful, supportive manager who truly appreciates everything I do. We work together as a team to provide the best administrative support there is.
My position does allow for growth and development as my employer offers various free work-shops to advance yourself or to hone in on particular skills you wish to improve on.
I am more than satisfied with my current employer. Excellent place to be a part of!