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30+ days ago

Research Instructor

University of Colorado School of Medicine Arvada, CO +3 locations

The Research Instructor position will have three major roles: (1) to collaborate with Child Health researchers as part of CHC RI and the… Getit.me


12 days ago

Medical Physics Residency, University of Colorado

University of Colorado Denver Denver, CO

This program is two years in duration and provides structured didactic and hands-on training in all the broad areas of clinical radiation oncology… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Tenure Track Faculty in Neuroscience

University of Colorado School of Medicine Aurora, CO

Department of Physiology and Biophysics: One position in systems neuroscience, a second in the cellular and molecular biology of excitable cells or… Glassdoor


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    Good benefits and vacation, not best for career growth

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    Current Employee - Director in Denver, CO
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    I have been working at University of Colorado Denver full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Great vacation and sick time - Four weeks a year of vacation. The work/life balance is great and the University is definitely a good place to work if you have a family.

    Cons

    Contrary to the mission of a university, growth and development of employees are not the focus. If you are trying to grow your career, it is not a good place to be. Typically, the associates who work for the University are there for a stable, non-changing job and are unwilling to go above and beyond to make any changes. This stems from leadership and is enforced by the human resource department.

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    Reinvigorate your associates and Human Resource department. Provide career growth opportunities and training.

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