EXTERNSHIP, Behavioral Health Services at Hamden (Former Employee) – Hamden, CT – October 16, 2018
I was very fortunate to have the externship site that I did. The staff and management were helpful and supportive in my learning process. I learned the EPIC System and had a good variety of tasks and responsibilities. I am currently pursuing other job opportunities with Yale School of Medicine in other locations.
One of the most intensive undergraduate research centers in the world
Undergraduate Researcher (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – September 26, 2018
Research at this institution depends entirely on the lab you work in. While you may expect good interactions from coworkers or members of other labs, you work primarily for your P.I. instead of for a department chair.
Interventional cardiology Fellowship (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – September 3, 2018
This was a fellowship position with good teaching and procedure volume . Very competitive and somewhat stressful work environment . New Haven is good place to live with vibrant university and downtown area
Program Director, Outreach (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – August 28, 2018
Great place to work. There are so many outside activities, lectures, concerts that added to enriching professional environment. I collaborated across the spectrum with Deans to Chairs to Administrative staff, and everyone felt like an equal. I was fortunate to work with a great group of folks. I went to work feeling like I was contributing to something worthwhile, expanding to outreach. The ONLY thing I would say needed to be addressed was the pay range for outreach activities.
Superintendent/Facilities Manager (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – August 15, 2018
Yale has a lot to offer and you have to want to work. You must be able to multitask and keep a level head. An average day is knowing how to be flexible with your time and work load. You will be pulled in many directions but at the end you can figure it out if you keep yourself organized.
The most enjoyable part of working at Yale is watching your staff make the students feel part of the college. We are family and it is what drives us all do to our best.
Medical Secretary (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – August 15, 2018
Most of the time the managers were so stressed due to the savings & loan crisis at it's peak, their jobs on the line made it hard to work for some. Best of them were not actual managers but employers who were department heads, this group was very good in communications and in stable jobs. I loved the variety of the work, each and every department was in flux due to staff turnover (the outgoing secretaries) and not able to attract permanent staff due to eccentric employers. I didn't mind the eccentric employers, that is what made the work a good challenge in the first place. I was fast, efficient and accurate. I did want to be hired but politics being what they were, I was not at that time but I sure did a long run on float and it was so much better doing that when the rest of regular secretaries were ready to retire facing layoffs and loss of their benefits.
diversity in job types, employers, and work styles