Postdoctoral Scholar, Dept. of Urology (Former Employee) – Stanford, CA 94305 – September 21, 2018
It is a place learn and achieve. There are lots of smart people who have done well in the research arena. So if you are curious, want to do good work and learn a lot then there are lots of resources available at your disposal.
Checker (Current Employee) – East Palo Alto, CA – April 22, 2018
I have a few responsibilities that i'm responsible for and i don't mind doing it and it's not as hard as i thought it was. it's kind a easier but it's kind a hard to standing in one place during all that but i power like a champ.
Machine Learning Researcher (Current Employee) – California – April 15, 2018
At Stanford University, I have had an opportunity to work with incredible people on exciting projects, to learn a lot and build bioinformatics expertise. Management takes care of people in the group and leads the group with their knowledge and experience.
Creative Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Stanford, CA – March 26, 2018
Stanford University is a great place to work and develop your professional career. The academic environment keeps things face paced and interesting. The employee benefits range from employer matched retirement plans, to BeWell incentives for healthy lifestyle choices.
stability, scheduling flexibility, great work environment, many employee benefits
Contractor (Former Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – March 21, 2018
In bay area Stanford University is not the best option if you have enough knowledge and experience. If you be a self motivate you can live with Stanford otherwise culture of Stanford doesn't encourage you to move forward and keep yourself up to date!
Director, Sponsored Receivables Management (A/R) (Former Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – March 19, 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed my position and manager however there was to much oversight and interloping by HR in my final year. It was obvious they and upper management had a plan to change the management of my Manager's department and thus mine. Which they have now done.
Project Management Consultant (Former Employee) – Stanford, CA – March 19, 2018
Stanford lacks diversity of African Americans in leadership roles, there were a few in administrative roles but not executive management. The culture is not at all what I expected. I wouldn't want to work there until they changed.
Associate Director, OPA and SoM (Former Employee) – Stanford, CA – March 16, 2018
Stanford is a wonderful institution to work for, there are amazing and many opportunities; great people and wonderful culture, encourage innovation. The work culture encourages trying something vs. not doing anything at all. It is very collaborative and diverse.
Program Manager (Current Employee) – Stanford, CA – March 11, 2018
Working at Stanford University is one the most fulfilling opportunities I've had. It is a pleasure to work there. You will encounter many different types of people from all walks of life. The desire to learn more and better yourself is contagious.
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW (Current Employee) – Stanford, CA – March 10, 2018
Great place for postdoctoral researchers in the biomedical sciences. Stanford has state of the art research facilities and world-renowned scientists. Great benefits and salary above the national average for postdocs.
anonymous (Current Employee) – Palo Alto, CA – March 1, 2018
All the folks I work with here at Stanford have simply been extraordinary, Personal experience differs greatly however, depending on which department you work for.
Outstanding benefits, fair compensation, healthy work environment is definitely stressed, with a full gym, as well as multiple fitness class options to choose from. Free Cal-train passes encourage environmental awareness and lighten the parking issue, which can be a source of aggravation.
Outstanding benefits, fair compensation, opportunity to advance
Area Coordinator (Former Employee) – Stanford, CA – February 28, 2018
Though there was a lack of collaborative approach in many areas it also meant that you were given latitude and creativity in anything you oversaw. They are willing to take risks and when you have the access to do so it can make the work very exciting.