"I have worked at the University of Iowa in my present position for 3 years now. Unfortunately, I will be leaving my post due to a lack of funding. I have worked with two small research teams, both of which were staffed and lead by fantastic people."
"The University of Iowa is a good place to work."
"I have worked for the University of Iowa since 2009. Since 2017 I have been in a Planner/Scheduler role for one of the many maintenance areas. I have created a lot of great memories and built many professional and personal relationships throughout my career. The benefits are tremendous. I think it is hard to find any type of comparable benefits with other employers. Compensation is average to below average, mainly because of the total benefit package. I do enjoy the ability to learn, on the job and by taking different management/leadership classes, as well as anything that pertains to the job as well. Resources are limitless, within reason. Knowing others around you and learning from them is critical in growing within the organization. There is a great freedom that we have being able to work without interruptions and at a pace that is practical while juggling many different facets of the job."
"I worked for the University of Iowa for 3 years as a dining associate. Overall, the experience was good as they were very flexible with their student workers, when it came to rescheduling due to finals or school work. My duties consisted of helping chefs prepare meals, helping serve them to patrons, and making sure that the dining area was always clean and presentable. The closing shift can be stressful as there is a lot more nuanced tasks, such as wiping down all the chairs in the dining room, and cleaning out the food disposal drains. All in all, not a bad place to work while going to school."
"I’ve worked at the university since 2015. The coworkers and students are Iowa nice, but the university seems unable to get its house in order."
"Great Company with excellent customer services."
"Very relaxed environment. The people are very nice. However, if you are young and need some challenging tasks, this might not be the right place. However, it's a good place to start your career and the pay is low."
"Good people, poorer management than expected."
"Very good place to work for new graduates. Great learning environment. Have worked there for a year."
"I gained a lot of knowledge at University of Iowa, and being a teaching assistant there was a great experience."
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