On average, employees at Stanford University give their company a 4.2 rating out of 5.0 - which is 7% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Stanford University employees are Administrative Associates submitting an average rating of 4.9 and Research Assistants with a rating of 4.8.
"Stanford is a wonderful place to work and learn."
"All great and this was a great opportunity"
"Great space to work with safe and innovative thinking!"
"it was a great place to work.Im glad for the experience"
"It is great working here."
"I've been a student at Stanford University for 5 years, and the quality of research and teaching is great."
"I worked in Financial Management Services at Stanford University for nearly four years. I learned a lot and took advantage of many professional development opportunities."
"good to work for. good company."
"I have worked in clinical research for almost four years at multiple university settings. I am currently working at Stanford University and have worked there for just shy of a year. It is an incredible place to work, where educational advancement is fostered by various opportunities to grow within the professional environment. It has catalyzed my passion for healthcare innovation and consistently promotes self growth and improvement."
"Stanford is a fantastic place. I love the vibe and the opportunity to work with colleagues from different disciplinary (business, med, engineering, design). The synergy enables us to generate innovative solution for healthcare."
"I have worked at Stanford University for three years. Pros: great benefits, beautiful campus. Cons: Unwelcoming culture (at least in my department), hard to find good parking."
"The review of the current employer is excellent. Great opportunities for learning."
"Great place to work at. The relationships are great. they care for their employees and they have concern to build them up."
"My previous jobs were focused on designing, developing, producing and validated viral vectors, viral vaccines, immune cells, stem cells, and iPSCs in research, clinical trial scales, and commercial scales."
"I have worked at Stanford University from 2017-2018. Overall experience is good. Salaries need to be competitive with the market."
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