Working at University of Pittsburgh

$48k
Avg. Base Salary (USD)

Ratings

  • Appreciation
    3.4
  • Company Outlook
    4.2
  • Fair Pay
    2.4
  • Learning and Development
    3.7
  • Manager Communication
    3.7
  • Manager Relationship
    4.0
  • Pay Transparency
    2.5
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University of Pittsburgh Reviews

What is it like working at University of Pittsburgh?

Wonderful Work Environment.
Administrative Assistant:
Pros: I love the work environment. Everyone is wonderful to work with and we all work great as a team. The students are amazing as well and it's inspiring to see them working toward their academic/athletic goals everyday.
Cons: I feel that while a lot of what I do is benefiting the students in some way, I am still not making as much of an impact as I would like.
Sustainability Coordinator:
Pros: Colleagues across departments are passionate about sustainability, many grassroots sustainability projects are taken on by staff and faculty as well as students, get to work with student groups, amazing transportation benefits, beautiful urban campus. Cons: Pays well below market-rate, limited opportunities for growth within the University, work can be slow-moving and bureaucratic, major sustainability concerns such as divestment remained unaddressed by university leadership.
Overworked, disrespected by professors and underpaid.
Clinical Coordinator in Burgettstown:
Pros: Interaction with graduate students
Cons: unrealistic expectations of workload and pay
Challenging, Stressful and Sometimes Rewarding.
Vice President (VP), Operations in Pittsburgh:
Pros: Terrific benefits, retirement plan/match, staff, mission and those whom I manage.
Cons: LONG days and nights; too much stress; not enough time to decompress on some nights
Challenging & Rewarding Work.
Vice President (VP), Operations in Pittsburgh:
Pros: Stability of work, competent colleagues, team successes, leading others
Cons: Pay scale is outdated.
Hard work, people skills, high volume dock organization skills.
Shipper/Receiver in Pittsburgh:
Pros: all the fine people in the research field .and other fields athletics,we did moves for all university population on any given day
Cons: favortism,pulling trash from dorms,