SPORTS INFORMATION ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 16, 2018
This was my first job following graduation from college. Gained significant experience and knowledge about sports public relations. It was a great start to my career and led me on a path a blessed career in the sports industry.
Gained Valuable Experience, Opportunity to Work in Sports
Technician (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 17, 2018
Ucsf has some very great employees to be around and with. I feel that the benefits is one of the most reason why people stay and continue to work there. Other than that Management needs more training or guidance to run everything smoothly.
Engineer (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 14, 2018
A typical day at work is never boring or easy. It is challenging but exciting as well. It starts with the morning meeting where issued are hashed out and management expresses their concerns. The day is almost never routine because the University has 28 campuses and the buildings all have issues. You never know when you go to do a job if it will be something simple and easy or if it will turn out to be complicated and challenging. That is the hardest part of the job but also the most enjoyable if you happen to like problem solving.
Administrator (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – September 5, 2018
Political battles among the leadership trickle down and create regular turnover in staff. A desire to construct more buildings on campus led to a recent campus-wide layoff to shift salaries to construction costs. Employees covered by a union are the only way I'd recommend working here.
Paid Data Management Intern (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – July 27, 2018
Quiet work environment. I worked as a intern so I didn't have a lot of hard deadlines. Deadlines for other workers seemed manageable though and it generally did not feel stressed out in the office. The director or admissions (I worked in operations) was really nice and like any non-profit, everyone I met was nice.
part time faculty (Current Employee) – San Francisco Bay Area, CA – July 20, 2018
There is limited support for part time faculty members, and the professor evaluation process is neither representative nor fair, because it relies largely on highly subjective student reviews, and there is no system to monitor or mandate or standardize students' reviews.
Student Assistant (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – June 19, 2018
A typical work day is completing a list of clerical tasks. I have enhanced my people skills as I have had to interact with international students from all walks of life. Workplace culture is very relaxed with understood boundaries. The most enjoyable part of the job are the people you will work with and encounter on the job.
Teaching Assistant- The World (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – May 26, 2018
I came here as a student and left with so many good opportunities and memories as a student and employee. This University did so much for me and I know that it will do a lot for whoever chooses to work here.
Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – May 26, 2018
This is an excellent, small campus with a deep commitment to social justice. The students are hard working and willing to work in teams. The faculty is down to earth and steeped in critical uses of theory.
Clinical Training Office Assistant (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 16, 2018
The administration is generally filled with understanding supervisors and easy going personalties. Work goes by pretty smoothly as a result. Information can be a little slow sometimes, so it's important to send reminders.
Community Assistant (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 9, 2018
Don't expect anything from this job. It is just a student job. They offer paid sick leave. By working there, you get minimum for day shifts and $.50 more during night shifts. Hours can be very unpleasant since someone needs to be working at all times. Very flexible with scheduling.