On average, employees at University of Utah give their company a 4.0 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest University of Utah employees are Research Assistants submitting an average rating of 4.5 and Postdoctoral Fellows with a rating of 4.3.
"The University of Utah is a great place to work. Good benefits, good people. I feel supported on my team and there is an emphasis on training and professional development."
"The University of Utah was a great place to work. My team was super supportive."
"Great work-life-balance and benefits."
"It has been an incredible experience. Good structure and investment on science."
"I worked for the University of Utah for over ten years. I started as a building operator and over the years of being dependable and reliable I moved into several management positions and helped design critical systems and piping and controls schematics."
"It is a great company for student who want to feel how it is out there in a company."
"Great university and faculty members."
"SUU is a good university to work for. Depending on what department you're in, it can be a different experience. Like anywhere, you will deal with politics and nepotism, but that is expected. Like most public jobs, the pay is below average by a good amount, but the benefits are hard to beat. I have been happy working for SUU."
"Very supportive environment, with highly respectable peers and equality clearly observed. Provides a possibility to interact with people from all levels of academia, who are willing to help and talk with you regardless of whether you work in a particular or otherwise."
"Loved my job with the University"
"An amazing place to work, with great people. Perfect especially for student workers who is needing to work around a busy work schedule."
"The University of Utah provides a good opportunity for research."
"I am happy with the balance of the work and compensation that I received"
"As a graduate student, I worked in the Bioinspired Science and Engineering laboratory where we have worked with a variety of processes and collaborators to create novel biomimetic materials. Many difficult engineering problems have optimal solutions in the natural world and replicating these natural materials has implications from biomedical to civil engineering."
"I've worked for the University of Utah for 7 years and it has been a great experience from the standpoint of my current position and my ability to impact change and make a difference in the lives of our patients. The culture can be a bit challenging and it would be an even better place to work if the mission, vision and values were known, understood and practiced throughout the organization."
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