Help Desk Support (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – December 7, 2017
Most days were spent building machines for new staff or faculty. Most of the busy time was when the school year started and before & after long breaks. The community was diverse and the Department team worked together to solve many issues that came up. We had great chemistry and fed off each other's drive to give our User's the best care in the most timely fashion.
Freindly users who were somewhat tech savvy
work was slower during the long holidays and breaks
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – June 20, 2017
This is the place for you! Work hard and watch those who do a quarter of your work get promoted or picked for special jobs and projects. This isn't the best place to work other than pay and benefits. If you don't care about mindless work or horrible managers- then you will be fine! I learned that no matter how good you do- there will always be something that they complain about. If you want to be worked like a dog- you got the gold mine here!! Very little managerial input on job well done but a lot of criticism if you make a mistake. Too many changes and never any consistency. Union is a joke.
Free medical, Union won over the top salaries for mindless jobs
Some area were stress free but i enjoyed working for yale
Custodian/Maintenance,dining service (Former Employee) – 221 whitney ave – June 12, 2017
See that my daughter is going to school in Delaware and wants me to move there I was hoping I can work for the university in Delaware to me the kids that come to college, we should make them feel welcome comfortable, and make them feel at home.
Food Pantry Worker (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – May 25, 2017
Yale University has plenty oppourtunies for people, Yale University provides great benefits also. Working there has provided me with a lot of job skills and I got to interact with people from all different backgrounds.
IT Office Manager (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – May 4, 2017
Was a great experience working for an Ivy League University. Very diverse organization. Working for the Office of Development was very educational in the aspect of learning how the alumni work with the university.
Clinical Practice Manager (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – May 1, 2017
Yale can be an exciting place to work. I was hired to oversee a new center and within 4 months they made a mistake and Yale New Haven hospital took over the new area- hence they did not need my position. Very poor planning and was not concerned that they made and error and stated "this is your problem not ours"
Clinical Receptionist (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – April 18, 2017
As an intake specialist I talk to new patients and explain how the process works along with gathering as much clinical information as possible from the patient. My job includes scheduling all appointments which include radiology scan, office visits, and outpatient procedures.
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.