Working at University of Washington (UW)

$68k
Avg. Base Salary (USD)

Ratings

  • Appreciation
    3.5
  • Company Outlook
    3.9
  • Fair Pay
    2.6
  • Learning and Development
    3.5
  • Manager Communication
    3.6
  • Manager Relationship
    4.0
  • Pay Policy
    3.0
  • Pay Transparency
    2.7
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University of Washington (UW) Reviews

What is it like working at University of Washington (UW)?

Free to Be Me.
Associate Professor, Postsecondary / Higher Education:
Pros: Flexible schedule, job security.
Cons: Weak, unimaginative leadership.
Senior Systems Administrator:
Very poorly managed. Limiting in skills because of silos. Not enough work for the number of people. Effort and hours required to work differ for team members depending on how well the manager likes them. Job postings say "generous benefits you. Don't have to be afraid to use", meanwhile getting spoken to by management about patterns of misuse of sick time. Not treated as a professional, or treated fairly. Time to move on.
I love the Challenges, Culture and Changes the company is making to improve the patient experience and standardization.
Operations Supervisor in Seattle:
Pros: Diversity and Culture
Cons: Like of standardization
Culture of Resilience and Innovation.
Program Operations Specialist in Seattle:
Pros: Challenging, Cultural and Change
Cons: Lack os Standardization
Great Employer, Great Mission.
Software Developer, Web Applications in Seattle:
Pros: Knowing that the work I do directly affects thousands of people.
Cons: It is a government agency that can't always afford top notch talent.
Rewarding and Sustainable Work.
Business Systems Analyst in Seattle:
Pros: I believe in the mission and purpose of my work. Work/life balance exists here.
Cons: Lack of structure and process leads to duplicate effort and varying quality/oversight on 'freelaoders' in the workplace. Highly tenured workforce with poor succession planning.
Change Fatigue isn't Changing.
Business Process Analyst in Seattle:
Pros: The stability and benefits of the employer.
Cons: The volatility and resistance of the culture.