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9 days ago

Administrative Assistant III

The Catholic University Of America Washington, DC

The Office of Housing Services (HS) provides and manages residential living environments within well- maintained, safe, and modern multi-use…

26 days ago

Web Application Librarian

Catholic University of America Washington, DC

Minimum Qualifications: MLS or MSIS degree from American Library Association-accredited or recognized equivalent. Experience developing applications… Catholic University of America

30+ days ago

Head of Access Services

Catholic University of America Washington, DC

Reporting to the Director of Research and Instruction, the Head of Access Services is responsible for providing administrative oversight of Access… Catholic University of America

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Catholic University President John Garvey
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33 Ratings
  • Overworked expendable employees, top-heavy administration

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    Current Employee - Administrative Assistant in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Administrative Assistant in Washington, DC
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    I have been working at Catholic University full-time (More than 10 years)


    Decent benefits, great coworkers who genuinely care about their work, students and faculty.


    Seriously underpaid (especially for DC), leaving many low-end employees to live paycheck to paycheck. Top-heavy administration. Recent layoffs has killed any joy for the job (especially for the future) which was followed by several new vice-provost position hires. Makes you wonder how many admins had to get sacked to pay their salaries... Seriously bad people in charge. Shadow council that runs the university which makes decisions without any input from faculty nor staff. University waits for union contracts to expire before sacking everyone the union previously protected then outsources. Very un-Catholic.

    Advice to Management

    Re-evaluate salaries. Stop chopping at the bottom to subsidize the higher-ups. Stop alienating employees and students who don't exactly match your Catholic way of life.

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