Audio Visual Coordinator/ PC Technician (Current Employee) – Rockville, MD – June 11, 2018
I support Students, Faculty and Staff with Audio Visual and PC related issues and needs. I've been able to learn via training and educational programs offered by Hopkins. My IT Manager is understanding. My colleagues and I work well together. Finding solutions to new problems is the most enjoyable part of the job.
Senior Medical Office Coordinator (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 7, 2018
Hopkins have to many entitled people. It dose not matter how long you been working for them. If the entitled people do not get their way with you and management is on there side, you know who have to go.
This is not a review. This is only my opinion based on 18 years of employment experience. My experiences at Johns Hopkins University in the 1970's, was very pleasant. I liked my job in the 1970's. Some people have good experiences and some people don't. It does not reflect the entire University.
LAN Administrator II (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – September 20, 2018
Working for John's Hopkins means you work for an Enterprise. You aren't singled out and you are micromanaged within your team. You get amazing benefits but should keep your head down and work within your team. Lots of internal politics to deal with but the pay is great and the benefits are even better.
Grad Student (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – September 16, 2018
Bad work life balance. The university treats graduate students badly. Professors abused their power over PHD students. Awful place to be in. The administration doesn't care or make effort to improve the situation
Ambulatory Service Manager (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – September 14, 2018
John Hopkins University, strive to be a successful cultural competent institution. The management guides diversity training to accommodate their employees, while ensuring an inclusive workplace. Also, management understands to cater to the cultural variations of their community, in which their employees are based. Therefore, employees feel they belong, can trust the organization, and have mutual respect with management. These are all essential qualities in becoming a culturally competent organization. Johns Hopkins University serves a diverse, multicultural community and committed in providing a safe, cost efficient, quality, patient and family centered care, with the goal of improving the health of the community that they serve. In addition, the organization integrate a diversity of thought and perspective. Johns Hopkins University believes that by recruiting and retaining a diverse community and creating a climate of respect, innovation is encouraged and our ability to fulfill the institution’s core mission is greatly enhanced.
Patient Service Coordinator III (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – September 8, 2018
johns Hopkins overall NEED to do better with Hippa violations also need better pay for employees working to hopkins can teach you a lot about life and prepare you for whats to come you also can learn how to be excellent with customer servicc
Patient Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – September 7, 2018
Johns Hopkins is a great place to further your career. Its a lot of departments and positions that you can move up to. I started as a Security Officer and worked my up to a Patient Service Coordinator.
I had a great experience while receiving my PhD. Everyone is incredibly smart, helpful, and collaborative. I'm sure certain labs are more cut throat than others, however my experience was nothing but positive.
Management and workplace culture were great. Benefits were good. A typical day involved cataloguing books by myself at a desk. The most enjoyable part was when I had the opportunity to work with colleagues. The hardest part was staying motivated when the highest level of management seemed to make random or inefficient decisions.
Senior Research Specialist (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – August 30, 2018
Perfectly happy working here, but there is an exchange of pay and benefits for the cache of working for Hopkins. This job has been a really good resume builder, I've learned a lot, but there isn't much room for advancement in my particular department.
A very exciting and diverse place to work that is recognized all over the world
Budget Analyst II (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – August 30, 2018
Johns Hopkins is known all over the world as one of the best for medicine and research. One can witness this first hand as an employee of Johns Hopkins as you associate with the faculty and staff that make this institution what it is.
Program Administrator (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – August 28, 2018
While the work itself is rewarding and most people have a personal investment in helping patients, the company as a whole did not go out of their way to keep good employees or compensate them for the skills and job performed.