A place to work where you learned something new each day.
Administative Assistant (Former Employee) – 157 Church Street – September 30, 2015
I worked for Yale University for nearly 25 years. I learned a lot starting in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, then heading on to the Alumni Fund and ending in The Office of Development Office of Major Gifts. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with my colleagues, I learned so much from them. We really became a family. Everyone has different ways to do the same job and I'm very open to learning new ways to do my job. There was a lot of variety in what I did each day. My mother's heath became an issue and her long term care took away from my job which I'm very sad about looking back. But I'm happy to report my mother now is in her home with a 24 hour care giver and well taken care of. This will give me a chance to get back in the workforce and find a new challenging position.
Animal Technician 2 (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – September 29, 2015
Everyday in this particular position was the same. Regular day, same thing. I did learn how to be constant in my pace, work ethic and to keep a smile on my face even when others struggled to. My co-workers were great. Built a relationship with each and they are normal people. All of them were much, much older than me so they were a lot more experienced in life than I was. The hardest part of the job was the schedule. I worked 2nd shift (10am-6pm). It sucked in the winter season. I really enjoyed the consistency of the job. The job's duties were the same every day and I liked that for the position it was.
Enjoyed working in Human Resources - My Sr. Representative was GREAT
Senior Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – August 31, 2015
Oversee and distribute workload to all clerical/technical staff Work closely with two Senior Placement Representatives Make travel arrangements and schedule meetings Faxing, filing and photocopying documents as needed Type and post medical school job openings for the university Work with College Placement Offices for university graduates Back up coverage of phones and creating letters of disciplinary and terminations Ensure complete documents for new hires, promotions and demotions
The people I worked for was great individuals and very helpful needed
Financial Assistant 3-Treasury Services (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – July 27, 2015
Overall Yale was a great place to work. They offered several workplace groups to help with a lot of different things that were going on in different peoples lives. For example therapy sessions, how to deal and balance work with your personal life, stresses of daily life. A typical day at work for me was a little hectic, usually busy. The hardest part was making sure that I balanced on a daily basis. We worked with a lot of money so it was critical to make sure that everything was accounted for at the end of the day, which it usually always was and if it wasn't there was research that needed to be done. My co-workers were great and very helpful, we most definitely worked as a team and that had to be the best part of my job.
Parking was not free but it was discounted to the employees which was a great perk.
I would have preferred to be able to interact more with other Yale staff members
Senior Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – New Haven, Ct – July 22, 2015
A work day was never routine. My work day could start with an emergent telephone call re a patient, computer issues, student problems, administrative problem, or a billing problem that I was responsible for resolving. Yale is a teaching establishment, so you are constantly gaining knowledge from all departments. it's a great place to meet people. Co-works have good interpersonal skills, treat each other with respect and loyalty. the hardest part of the job was periods of boredom. the most enjoyable of the job was interacting with patients, attendings, residents, and students; diversity; meeting people from all over the world; problem-solving and overseeing the department in general.
good medical benefits, great job opportunities, course offers
Facility Management/ Club Sports (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – July 16, 2015
My internship at Yale University was the greatest experience I have ever had. It is a busy and fun job to have that always has you on your toes, especially in Payne Whitney Gymnasium. The staff is extremely supportive and always does their best to make everyone's experience an enjoyable one.
Yale is a pretty good place to work if one can work in an ever changing environment
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – July 14, 2015
Yale is a great place to work if someone has to be flexible with work hours, Financial compensation is approximately 50% of pharmaceutical industry, but there a a lot of opportunities to learn new laboratory skills and a great learning environment if you make time to attend seminars.
work time flexibility, learning environment, good food
low wages, research funded on grant availability so job security is not concrete
Enjoyed my job. The people (employees) are great people with one goal in mind.
Discharge Planning Representative (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – July 6, 2015
Enjoyed my job! I liked the hours. It is located near downtown New Haven, easy access on/off highway exit ramps. There are lots of food vendors right outside the hospital for quick lunches, as well as various restaurants in the immediate area.