Working at University of California, San Diego (UCSD)

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Ratings for University of California, San Diego (UCSD)

  • Appreciation
    3.7
  • Company Outlook
    4.4
  • Fair Pay
    3.1
  • Learning and Development
    3.7
  • Manager Communication
    3.9
  • Manager Relationship
    4.3
  • Pay Transparency
    3.2
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University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Reviews

What is it like working at University of California, San Diego (UCSD)?

Administrative Analyst:
Pros: Variety... From web content management to grant development, fundraising, course development.
Opportunity.
Administrative Assistant:
Pros: The growth opportunities are worth their weight in gold and I have many opportunities to take advanced trainings or continue my education. But that is just bonus points. Being able to give back to the systems that befitted me in college makes me feel like I'm giving back in a positive way.
Cons: Sometimes the beureacracy can be frustrating but if you're good with people you'll be fine.
Surgery Scheduler in San Diego:
Management trusts staff to do the right thing. No micro managing, as long as you per form your duties and are kind and respectful, once you are hires, do everything in your power to not get fired, this one is a keeper.
Management trusts staff to do the right thing. No micro managing, as long as you per form your duties and are kind and respectful, once you are hires, do everything in your power to not get fired, this one is a keeper.
Medical Procedure Scheduler in La Jolla:
Pros: Management trusts staff to do the right thing. No micro managing, as long as you per form your duties and are kind and respectful, once you are hires, do everything in your power to not get fired, this one is a keeper.
Fun.
Broadcaster in San Diego:
Pros: I get to be the voice of the team and reach fans and the player’s families.
Cons: That there doesn’t appear a way to move up and increase my compensation.
Navigating broken systems with resilient team.
Research Administrator in San Diego:
Pros: Flexible hours, work from home, amazing supervisor, defining my job
Cons: pay