Adjunct Professor (Current Employee) – Rockville, MD – 23 October 2017
Develop and teach course food microbiology and Intro to food regulations. Teaching policies and regulations regarding the food safety; food infection; microbiological examination of food and food products, biochemical and molecular test to determine the identification of bacterial species.
Decent place to continue your career. Management is always a deal breaker wherever you decide to work. Very intelligent co-workers but the atmosphere could be toxic depending on your position. Very good work life balance.
Medical Office Administrator &Surgical Coordinator (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – 31 October 2017
The Job as a MOC was not hard but not having the backing of your Admin team is what can make or break you as an office manager. To walk a patient through his of her complete treatment plan from Pre op to Post op is the JOB, but to not have all ducks in a run which you have no control over makes it unpleasant. Best part was to see my patients smile. Worst part was me having to leave my patients and the Fellows that became family. I just believe in Team work and being there for my team in any way possible. Sometimes it may just be as a ear to listen.
The Center for Talented Youth is a summer program sponsored by The Johns Hopkins University. The students really want to be there and so are very excited and engaged. The administration is extremely supportive of the teachers. It is like a true community. I learn a lot from my colleagues and spend time with them like in a private school. We eat together, play together, and teach the students together.
Administration takes care of problems right away
Tiring and nonstop for three-six weeks of the summer, but well worth it.
Certified Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – 17 October 2017
Not a bad place to work. Made for someone who can not multitask. I,ve learned hot to mix allergy serum, My manager was awsome, The hardest part of my job was keeping up with expired solutions, and making sure they were done when the patient came in for an injection. I enjoyed being a part of the group that I worked with.
the most people leave this company is because of their manager
Senior Patient Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – Lutherville, MD – 16 October 2017
if you are not a doctor or nurse then your issue would be your manager, not being professional or going on a power trip. if you are doctor then you would leave because of the pay, its lower than any other hospital if you are nurse, you would leave from being burnt out from working so many hours, no break and getting talked to like your scum from the doctor you work for. if you are a darker race, you leave because of the unfairness, being belittled by everyone
working for the most well-known hosital in the country, most people only work there for the name to be on their resume
This workplace is as expected of the Johns Hopkins Univerisity. It functions as smoothly and professionally as you would imagined. The workplace still had its quirks in regards to colleagues and work environment.
Teaching Assistant for Engineering Innovations (Former Employee) – Pasadena, CA – 6 October 2017
It was a great experience to work at Johns Hopkins University. The environment was extremely welcoming and helpful. If I never needed any help, I was able to get it. The job was not stressful and allowed me to perform my best.
I have been at Hopkins and working for the University for about 17 years on and off. and i have found that the culture is ok but still needs work as far as racialyl. but all in all the benefits are great and it beats having no job at all.
Adjunct clinical faculty for the School of Nursing (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – 29 September 2017
Busy teaching hospital. Had to change jobs because when you have kids and need to more mommy hours, the shifts didn't work for me. But I have always loved working in the hospital in general. Maybe someday, I would go back...but not with young children in school.