University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Happiness rating is 66 out of 100
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University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Careers and Employment

Work happiness
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66
Work Happiness Score
Average
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
77
Purpose
Above average
Do people feel their work has a clear sense of purpose?
76
Learning
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About the company

  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $500M to $1B (USD)
  • Industry
    Education
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Cashier

Little Rock, AR

$14 an hour

19 hours ago

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Food Preparation Technician

Little Rock, AR

$14 an hour

19 hours ago

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Regulatory Specialist I/II/III

Little Rock, AR

19 hours ago

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Appointment Business Center Scheduler II Primary Care

Little Rock, AR

$15.26 an hour

19 hours ago

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Patient Care Technician Clinical Decision Unit - Part Time

Little Rock, AR

19 hours ago

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Medical Assistant

Little Rock, AR

19 hours ago

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Patient Services Associate - PRI Child Unit, Weekend Days

Little Rock, AR

19 hours ago

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Surgical/Scrub Tech Labor & Delivery

Little Rock, AR

19 hours ago

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Commercial Manager

Little Rock, AR

19 hours ago

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Clinical Research Financial Analyst I,II,III

Little Rock, AR

19 hours ago

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Patient Care Technician H7- Medical Oncology

Little Rock, AR

19 hours ago

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RN Physician Call Center

Little Rock, AR

19 hours ago

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Access Coordinator II

Little Rock, AR

19 hours ago

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Central Admissions Access Coordinator III

Little Rock, AR

$16.33 an hour

19 hours ago

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RN Stem Cell Transplant

Little Rock, AR

19 hours ago

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Clinical Research Associate Team Lead

Little Rock, AR

19 hours ago

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GME Program Coordinator

Fayetteville, AR

1 day ago

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Reimbursement Director

Little Rock, AR

1 day ago

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Endowed Professor of Geriatrics/Gerontology

Little Rock, AR

1 day ago

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RN Surgical Specialties

Little Rock, AR

1 day ago

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Salaries

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Assistant Professor
$243,285 per year
Cashier
$28,818 per year
Technician
$29,120 per year
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Benefits

Employees at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Life insurance
Health insurance
Paid time off
Mileage reimbursement
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Rating overview

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3.9120173.6620183.8620193.7920203.002021

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Reviews

Finance manager in Little Rock, AR'
on June 2, 2021
Large institution with minimal forward progress due to leadership.
Growth is measured in number of buildings and satellite sites, not in retention of employees. Lack of clear direction from leadership results in employee turnover.
Other in Little Rock, AR
on June 5, 2021
The benefits are decent, not the best. Health insurance increases every year, as does the cost of living, while the wage you came in with years ago stays the same. The pay scale is WAY behind the national and state averages in every department. Administration promises increased wages are coming, but wastes money by hiring third-party companies to review whether we need raises when its obvious we do. Every year there is a new excuse why there are no raises. They hire new people with little experience, no experience, and no completed certification and pay them more than current employees who have been there for years without a raise. They wonder why people keep leaving UAMS when it's obvious they need to be paid more. They're tired of doing double the work for no incentive and training new people that get paid more than them coming in. Every department is overworked and understaffed. The company needs to prioritize the wages of the employees they ALREADY HAVE because that's why they are leaving. Instead UAMS scrambles to budget for sign on bonuses and higher wages to attract new talent to replace the excellent employees they already had. Most of this "new talent" is uncertified and have no experience. So if you get hired by UAMS make sure you get a wage you're comfortable having for the rest of your time there because its highly unlikely you'll ever get a raise or a promotion.
Access Coordinator II in Lowell, AR
on May 31, 2021
Management was unqualified for position. Replaced MBA candidate with high school grad without experience in healthcare. Focus on non-productivity-oriented priorities (e.g. discussing movies). Upper management did little to curtail and enabled. No opportunity to advance given unserious culture. Multiple positions vacated, not filled, and lost to attrition.
Medical Assistant in Fort Smith, AR
on May 28, 2021
This place is full of drama. The pay is probably the least for the medical field in this area. There is a lack of management. Supervisor show favoritism towards certain employees and believe everything that say even when it could be a straight up lie. This place is a poorly managed, poorly pay and training. Full of high school drama toxicity.
Billing Specialist in Texarkana, AR
on May 25, 2021
The workplace was located in one of the worst parts of town, right next to some sort of prison/jail. The pay was horrible until someone steps in and decided we were under paid. Management was a joke.
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