Special Education Teacher (Former Employee) – Northfield, NJ – April 10, 2017
Poor Mgmt. Survival of the fittest there. Very cut throat school. School handed out worksheets for staff to learn new programs. No training conducted on staff service days. No professional credits given out to certified staff. Worked very long hours. Criticized on every detail of job.
Key liaison (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – April 3, 2017
If your lucky enough to be apart of the University family, its best that you stay there. I cant complain 10 years and counting. I was fortunate to become a full time employee after being a causal worker for six months.
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – April 2, 2017
There is a strong cooperation among staff in my lab. Members are always ready to help whenever you need their assistance. There is always some work to do so you get the opportunity to improve on your statistics and modeling skills.
Associate Research Scientist (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – March 27, 2017
Yale University School of Medicine is full of highly knowledgeable, productive, and scientifically brilliant people. All departments/labs/groups work cooperatively and collaboratively with each other. I have been here for past 5 years and did some great science. Now I am trying to move investigate practical application application of my research experience in Industry. That is the only reason I am looking for jobs.
Safety Advisor (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – March 3, 2017
Employees can expect autonomy, reasonable work load, appreciation from mgmt. Great benefits and job security. Yale definitely wants you to succeed and shows it by investing in your training and education. Hardest part of the job is combating the status quo and finding the right people who can help you make change. Best part of the job was working with many interesting and smart people at a beautiful place.
Animal Technician III (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – February 19, 2017
Great work atmosphere Very rewarding Positive atmosphere Room for growth I have learned a ton since getting involved here I have grown to love the laboratory experience with the animals Working on furthering my certifications
Office Assistant II (Former Employee) – 55 Whitney Ave, New Haven, CT – February 1, 2017
Come in make a cup of coffee say hello to everyone, Go to my desk and perform my duties retrieving data from Yale HR database to enter and maintain employee carpoolers data, confidentially. There was nothing hard about this job it was a part time jog, I enjoyed the keying in data,
Postgraduate Associate (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – January 24, 2017
This was a great opportunity! It helped me to grow and learn more lab techniques. Also, my co-workers were really welcoming and open to questions. The laboratory conditions were really good, everything is on place, all the equipment are in excellent conditions. Great team work!
Sr. Business Analyst (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – January 24, 2017
Excellent place to work. very supportive people and very good management group.employee benefits also very good. career growth also very good as always more opportunities to explore on different tasks.
Dining Hall Assistant (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – January 24, 2017
Working at Yale University is great. I love the people and the management at the different dining halls. I joke around with my coworkers and it is a fun environment. Since we have a fun time on the job doing while we are doing our jobs. The hard part about the dining halls is that I don't get enough work. When getting the position I was expecting it to be steady work, it turned out to be that it was only a casual placement. You then must work 390 hours to bid on full-time. It is kind of hard to manage with having Stop and Shop. I just do not want to give up my health care right now that I get. So I will have to have it worked around my hours somehow.