Senior Sponsored Research Administrator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 18, 2018
You have a great deal of deadline since it is metric driven organization. You have opportunity to move up quickly if you are ambitious. The organization goes through a lot of organizational changes based on the unit/department.
Student at Emory University Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Program
Student - WOC (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 17, 2018
I really enjoyed my three weeks in training at Emory University through the WOC program. I had great mentors and the staff is very friendly and willing to teach a novice in wound, ostomy and continence care. While I was there, I received excellent hands-on experience and I almost felt like I was part of the team. The staff was warm, friendly and very welcoming. I would love to work here full-time. However, currently live out of state and moving to Atlanta is not an option for me at the moment.
Postdoctoral Fellow/School of Medicine (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 14, 2018
The workplace is friendly. But the pay is rather low. The benefit is great for the salary level. Emory is great for professor job and long-term teaching faculty if you like teaching, but not ideal for people who want to climb corporate latter
Program Administrator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 14, 2018
Overall, I enjoyed working at Emory University. The job wasn't difficult and there was some flexibility when it came to scheduling. I left because there was little to no room to grow and climb up the ladder. I spoke to many coworkers who felt stuck or already at their ceilings due to lack of mobility.
Great benefits; no room for growth or adequate pay (for staff)
Department Administrator (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 12, 2018
Emory is a wonderful place to work if you are looking for a safe, secure job that offers great benefits and a semi-flexible schedule (depending on the department). Staff on the university side, however, are under-compensated and rarely receive promotions or adequate raises without transferring to a different department.
enjoyable working place able to contribute to new patient treatment
Clinical Research Nurse (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 7, 2018
Working as a Clinical Research RN has been enjoyable allowing me to work independent yet collaborate with the entire Healthcare team. I have been able to use my RN skills and experiences to understand studies, help other staff understand the importance of a research study and most important help patient and their family member understand.
work with entire Healthcare team
not always able to full-fill a sponsor vision for a study
Emory can be a good place to work with plenty of challanges
UTILITY TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 7, 2018
A typical day at work details: reading the BAS front end to check for bad temperature or flow transducer readings, scanning the campus for faulty HVAC equipment operation, make a list of the problems found, making the repairs myself or directing them to the right department, setting up the meter calibrations for the day, checking in with the Energy Engineer for any utility work pending or to see if there is anything that needs my attention.
On most days at work I learn something, whether it be thru work experience or by someone sharing their knowledge with me.
The management at Emory stays on top of the game.They feel there is a need for constant change to keep pace with other universities. I feel that this change seems to be working well.
The overall workplace atmosphere at Emory is good.
The hardest part of my job can be finding documentation on older existing controllers and controls.
I get great satisfaction when I complete a task successfully. I am all over the campus working with different departments, finding solutions to the problems that arise.
Highly competitive and productive work environment
Graduate Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 5, 2018
I worked in research at Emory University as a graduate research assistant. The environment is fast-paced and extremely productive. I'm currently applying for post-doctoral positions and feel like the training I received from Emory makes me very competitive on the job market.
FNP-C, Abdominal Transplant Unit (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 2, 2018
I work at night from 7P-7A. I work independently at night. I cover all abdominal transplant patients pre and post. I have learned a great deal here but I am now interested in relocating back to my home town in Florida.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 30, 2018
Very busy during the beginning of the school year with faculty staff as well as students. CIF of department always was prompt & kept department in tack. Very organized. All technicians made sure each professor staff as well as student had all software & hardware downloaded on their machine at beginning of semester.