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20 days ago

Peoplesoft Developer - Sr Applications Systems Analyst

MD Anderson Cancer Center Houston, TX

The Senior Applications Systems Analyst job title as utilized within AFS is an Information Systems Technical position responsible for the support of… TheLadders.com


29 days ago

Licensed Food Manager

Anderson Center Red Wing, MN

Licensed Food Manager Part-time, seasonal position available at the Anderson Center in Red Wing, MN. Must be licensed in MN. For more information… TheJobNetwork


2 days ago

OR Equipment Technician – new

MD Anderson Houston, TX

• Maintain competencies in setup, operation & troubleshooting of OR equipment such as LASERs, surgical robots, video towers/insufflators… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Advanced Prac Registered Nurse

MD Anderson Houston, TX

· Performs advanced patient care therapeutic procedures: removing arterial catheters. Outpatient Activities… Glassdoor


21 days ago

Sourcing Specialist

MD Anderson Houston, TX

The primary purpose of the Sourcing Specialist position is to provide skilled assistance in the strategic sourcing of goods, equipment, or services… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Asst Dir, Development

MD Anderson Houston, TX

The primary purpose of the Assistant Director, Constituency Relations and Stewardship (CRS) is to work with donors identified for assignment to a… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Assoc Clinical Effect Spec

MD Anderson Houston, TX

The primary purpose of the Associate CE Specialist position is to participate in the coordination of development, assessment and ongoing maintenance… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Secretary

MD Anderson Houston, TX

3. Other duties as assigned. · Completes a daily mail run to the between the various departments in the Anesthesiology & Critical Care Division… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Floor Technician

MD Anderson Houston, TX

Function: Provides all necessary floor care within assigned… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Occupational Therapist Asst

MD Anderson Houston, TX

Administers occupational therapy care programs or portions thereof as planned and directed by a Licensed Occupational Therapist. Documents service… Glassdoor


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    A business trying to mask itself as an academic institution

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    Current Employee - Graduate Research Assistant  in  Smithville, TX (US)
    Current Employee - Graduate Research Assistant in Smithville, TX (US)

    I have been working at MD Anderson full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The staff in general are pretty helpful, atleast in the satellite campus at science park where I work most of the time. The talent here is great, and so is the student community. If you have a passion for science, this is a good place to be. Seminars are held pretty regularly, and the organisers invite a lot of reknowned folk to give talks. Time off policies are a bit weird ( in the not good sense) when you start off, but I've heard they get better with time. As always, if you're in the good graces of your higher up, you'll have more doors opened for you.

    Cons

    The bureaucracy is stifling, even though the said bureaucrats try and help you out as much as possible. It's pretty evident that MD Anderson was designed/built to run like a business, but is trying to put on a cloak of being an academic institution. Also their new drug testing policy (effective Jan 1st 2015, MD Anderson is going to become a tobacco free campus) feels like management is going down a slippery slope. Also, new workers have to undergo a LOT of training in paperwork and in general, there are a lot of forms to fill out before doing anything - that too on software systems that were out of date in the early 2000's

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Streamline your bureaucracy and hire Scientists to administer scientists, not administrators. Lab techs and PI's appreciate it more when they are speaking to someone who knows the pitfalls instead of someone who sees science as a whole lot of gibberish.

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