Photographer (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 2, 2019
Saint Louis University is located in a thriving metropolitan city while ever expanding to provide opportunities for the students. The University has multiple colleges, each with their own majors. On top of that the University provides job.internship opportunities for students as well as it's own medical school.
Protective Services Officer (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – November 1, 2018
Working at the University was fun and challenging especially in helping students and visitors with answers to questions. The work place environment was positive and management treats staff fairly. I learned that being professional is always the goal for any employee.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 5, 2018
Getting a part-time student job with Saint Louis University is the best thing you can do as a SLU student. Not only are they flexible with your hours, but you get to meet and network with a lot of the university's staff and faculty. Great learning experience!
Student Worker (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – September 25, 2018
SLU was the perfect place to get my foot in the door for the field I wanted to make a career in. However, I worked there during a time of great change and reorganization. Thus, job security was nonexistent and coworkers were uptight about that, too.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – September 9, 2018
Loved working as a grad student at SLU. Great opportunities, the benefits were very good, and my department (Social Work) regularly went to bat for their grad students. Good job opportunities and chances for research collaboration.
Not a good place to work you either have to play the game or someone in your family knows someone.
Custodian (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – August 27, 2018
Does not promote from within ,Supervisor keep up a lot mess the moral of the workers is very low not a good place to work. Also it takes so long to get vacation days also you have to pay for your parking with them paying you 12.37 hr.
Biology Lab Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 9, 2018
Enjoyed working alongside with the faculty and learning new biological concepts. I had the opportunity to interact with numerous students and engage them in various experiments taught to me by the SLU staff.
Program Manager (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 16, 2018
A lot of talking, not a lot of doing. My last year the University and our department were going through a lot of changes that made my position more difficulty. Even through the trying periods, however, I still enjoyed working for SLU. They will double you retirement contribution up to 10%. The best benefit, full tuition for you and your defendants. I only had to pay $25 a credit hour for my MBA. Job satisfaction depends on your outlook so if you go in with an open mind and make the best of bad situations, you will love working there and the benefits will out weigh the negatives.
focus and mission are education driven, so much of the cutting edge technologies are not primary.
Senior Analyst for SLUCare Systems Support Group (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 12, 2018
Not a place for current or competitive technologies, architecture, or security. As expected, their focus and mission are education driven, so much of the cutting edge technologies are not primary. Consequently, work often as more time-consuming than it had to be. The upside to the lesser advantages of a lower tech environment were more stability and more time to do work with more reasonable demands. I did enjoy the work culture and customer service environment of my work.
I did enjoy the work culture and customer service environment of my work.
Promotions and raises very few and almost pace with inflation.
Laboratory Assistant (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 7, 2018
Management shirked responsibility to leave to other workers.Organization is poorly managed and therefor chaotic and work goes undone and passed off to person after person. The future of the organization is unclear as they have began lay offs in an effort to procure more money for the expansions.