It was a productive working area with alot to learn
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Teso Sub region – December 10, 2018
It was fun working with Yale University collaborative research project here in Uganda. The team members were friendly, eager to learn and share experiences. The research associate herself was an understanding person and gave us alot of benefits. I rwally miss working with them.
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – December 7, 2018
The experience varies from grad student to grad student, but I benefited greatly from time here. Most days were just focused on research, but I also had the opportunity to be a teaching assistant, which was a great experience. I feel prepared to enter into a career.
Postdoctoral Fellow (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – December 3, 2018
Very active and dynamic work atmosphere. Very collaborative and inclusive. You learn a lot and you evolve quickly. People are friendly and help out,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Safety Advisor (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – December 2, 2018
The office where I worked had a white board with magnetic dots to ‘’track” where each employee was at any given time. Clearly this office has very little trust in its employees. The name of the game here ‘ who can I blame today to make myself look good’ . This place is a dream for bullies - you can yell, demean and humiliate people as much as you want. Such unprofessionlism would be called out at any other place - but here it actually makes the person get a ‘ employee of the year’ award. Such is the travesty of this office.
IT (Media Technician) (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – November 20, 2018
At Yale University, I am a media tech for the Center of Language Study. It is a relaxed environment with helpful faculty. My responsibilities on a day to day may vary. It includes computer set-ups, to troubleshooting video equipment. I'm always on my feet, but that's what I enjoy most. The most enjoyable part of the job is the fact that I'm constantly helping people. A lot of times professors need last minute support to show presentations to classes or have meetings and I would come and make sure the video and audio are functioning.
Animal Technician (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – November 14, 2018
Yale University is a great place to work but it is a job like all other jobs. You have the same issues that you would come across at other jobs. There are management issues, coworker issues and advancement issues.
Office Assistant I (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 23, 2018
Most offices will have great managers. Be wary of any department where this isn't a great internal advocate. You won't last long and it will hinder upward mobility unless you build up an unrefutable portfolio.
Great schedules, benefits, perks, vacation. Events that show appreciation are cool. Affinity groups are really great for networking.
HR unbearably long, tedious, even unresponsive, need to take control of the process and be more mindful of how candidates are treated
Facilities Equipment Manager (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 23, 2018
Could be a really great place to work if they did things the right way. They don't have anyone in facilities that knows how to properly maintain building assets which causes a lot of equipment/system failures and damage to there beautiful buildings.
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.