The University of California Careers and Employment
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- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$5B to $10B (USD)
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Education & Instruction
Scientific Research & Development
Rating is calculated based on 380 reviews and is evolving.
UCOP staff believe in the mission of the University and are fantastic. Good place to work with good benefits. SR. Management could be better at fostering teamwork and support of staff but it all depends on what department you work in;some department are better to work in than others. The offices are nice.
Senior Telecommunications Analyst in Oakland, CA
on May 22, 2021
Work was fun and challenging for entry level position, nice management and training was detailed and hands on - flexibility in scheduling and you learn as you go
Dining Facility Supervisor in Santa Cruz, CA
on July 14, 2021
Company very supportive - learned new things frequently- very considerate of employees - clean offices - opportunity for advancement - I have nothing to add to my comments however your software request more data. This is it
Housing Coordinator in Los Angeles, CA
on May 20, 2021
Poor leadership, inconsistencies and biases. Culture doesn't accept external insights for improvement. No accountability with front line leadership from Supervisors up to Executive leadership.
Employee in Riverside, California
on May 18, 2021
- A typical day as a Maintenance Specialist was fixing anything wrong within a building. Such as replacing lights, faucets, painting and move furniture in the dooms.
Maintenance Senior Specialist, CHES Facilities in Santa Cruz, CA
on April 12, 2021
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Process takes about a week
How would you handle a difficult employee? Hope do you deal with diversity?
Shared on April 24, 2020
They asked me some irrelevant techie questions.
Shared on July 20, 2019
What is functional programming, when do you use it, give an example
Shared on July 6, 2019
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