Working at Johns Hopkins University

Ratings

  • Appreciation
    3.6
  • Company Outlook
    4.1
  • Fair Pay
    2.5
  • Learning and Development
    3.9
  • Manager Communication
    3.9
  • Manager Relationship
    4.2
  • Pay Transparency
    2.2
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Johns Hopkins University Reviews

What is it like working at Johns Hopkins University?

Working in research at JHU.
Research Associate (Unspecified Type) in Baltimore:
Pros: Lots of space for creativity and innovation Flexible schedule Great team, passionate about work
Cons: Difficult work/life balance Some admin staff will not go "outside of their lane" to help
Many opportunities but comes with stress.
Clinical Research Assistant in Baltimore:
Pros: Had the ability to flex my time early on. There’s always an opportunity to learn something new or get certified with an online/in person course.
Cons: My office atmosphere was stressful and truthfully did hinge on being toxic. My pay was super low, partly due to it being a grant funded center and also due to the Hopkins name being a “bonus” within itself. After a while I started to feel overworked and underpaid.
Education Program Manager in Washington:
Decentralized management between divisions creates some confusion. Mediocre retirement benefits- no matching until two year anniversary. As with many higher education institutions, staff fall last on the priority list with regards to adapting policies to virtual and remote work.
Feel I lost years of my time and next to nothing to show for it.
Account Reconciliation Analyst in Baltimore:
Pros: able to work on my own, and know my job extremely well
Cons: the pay for the years of service. we all get the same raise no matter the output or dedication
Passionate work makes for better days.
Regional Operations Director in Baltimore:
Pros: offering patients access to much needed care
Cons: the inequities that are so obvious but ignored

Benefits

Retirement & Financial Benefits
Defined Contribution Pension Plan
Health & Insurance Benefits
Health Insurance
Life Insurance