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Columbia University
Columbia University
4.1
1471 reviews
Columbia University Ratings
4.1
Average rating of 1471 reviews on Indeed
4.0Work-Life Balance
3.9Pay & Benefits
3.6Job Security & Advancement
3.6Management
3.8Culture
Headquarters
New York, NY
Employees
10,000+
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Industry
Education and Schools

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 Average SalarySalary Range
1 salary reported
$32.00
per hour
$16.00-$48.35
1 salary reported
$27.50
per hour
$7.25-$57.20
2 salaries reported
$100,873
per year
$22,000-$211,000
6 salaries reported
$65,750
per year
$31,000-$109,000
2 salaries reported
$71,250
per year
$35,000-$107,000
Salary Satisfaction
63%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 1571 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

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Overall Reviews at Columbia University

5.0
Cloning and Genotyping, Proteomics, ETC. Expert | New York, NY | May 16, 2012
Expertise in Western Blotting, Antibody extraction and purification, CHO cell lines, Biochemistry, Serum Chemistry, DNA Extraction, DNA Quantification
• Worked across all areas of cell line generation from vector construction to final clone selection to yield mammalian cell lines for the production of therapeutic protein and antibodies. Focused on implementing a novel reporter protein technology with the goal of providing higher throughput and greater reliability • Generated antibody-expressing CHO cell lines, Worked with colleagues on bench scale bioreactor Extraction and purification of antibody using hybridoma cell lines, Antibody fragments into light chain and heavy chain using enzyme digestion technique (Fab fragments), Method qualification and validation in support of antibody production, Performed stability studies on final candidate cell lines to confirm predictable expression of antibody during manufacturing campaigns • Protein extraction and purification, Polypeptide and Protein lyophilization, Protein lyophilization cycle development and optimization, Protein separation using HPLC and working in a group to process development of proteins and Commercial process development • Established proficiency in molecular biology techniques including PCR, plasmid ligation and purification, E. coli expression, SDS-PAGE and Western Blot (Northern and Southern blot), Cyquant for cell proliferation assay, Cytometric bead assays, Bioplex, Electrochemiluminescent plate assays and IHC • Formulation of non viral delivery system to target the Tumor (cancer) cells by using gene loading siRNA, shRNA (Gene knockdown) or expression of pl
5.0
Operations Manager | New York, NY | May 10, 2016
My Columbia University Experience
New York year round is constant. This week 5/10/16 is reading and exam week for our student body, which means my building (the student center) remains open for 24 hours annually to accommodate study time. As operations managers we are required to be present during open building hours. I am currently working 5:00 AM to 1:00 PM, waking up at 3:30 AM and bed by 8:30 PM - 9:00 PM. On a normal schedule I open the building and set pace for the oncoming day. I unlock all accessible points of access, walk the building for any facilities or maintenance concerns from tenants, staff, and students. Start the daily status report, update data files, schedule employees for shifts, open/ tracking work orders for building operational concerns, project and construction management. I wear many hats in my position. I serve as a liaison between our building tenants, camps/ building facilities, Public Safety, executive administration, and most importantly the students. One significant factor about Columbia in the city of New York is the culture. With a rich and robust history that spans over 100 years, learning to embrace my talents and polished me as a professional. I have adopted a move with intention persona, giving me the ability to put forth thought, pro activity, and reverence in everything I do. I have been so fortunate to be a part of true team. One that reflects the true essence of working together for the progression of the collective. As senior member I have privilege
Prosworking at Columbia University, Lerner Operations Team, job security, fun place to work, students, staff, administration, fast pace, energy
Conscost of living in NY, family resides in Dallas
4.0
Analyst | New York, NY | Oct 31, 2017
Slow Paced, Decent Benefits Environment
I guess it depends on the department, but my job is usually really slow-paced. At times, there are bunch of tasks given that need to be completed at short period of time, but mostly there is nothing to do. This could be good. Other than my manager, who is in the different building, I talk with pretty much no one. So this can be good too but you feel lonely and left out. Majority of the people working here are old, unless you are a medical student or an intern. With my job title, I could be paid more at other places, but Columbia does offer tuition benefits (FREE TUITION)... that is if you work here for more than 2 years. But the TRICK is that you have to GET INTO the program of your choice first, so there is no guarantee. That is one of the reasons I came here... but.. I think the best part about working here is that you pay so little for health insurances (insane discounts on these). Also, you work near some really smart people so it drives you to think about future goals, especially if you are not a doctor. This can also make you feel pretty bad sometimes. The probably the worst part, if I have to say, is the location. You will encounter many beggars on the street asking you for donations. I even bought a beggar a drink once. Washington Heights is above Harlem and near Bronx actually so you will know what I mean. Not many food options here either so you could get bored of food options. Healthiest option would probably be Chipotle but you can't eat Chipotle
ProsBenefits, Relaxed Environment (for non-medical staff)
ConsLocation, Career Advancement (find it on your own)
5.0
Graduate Researcher | New York, NY | Oct 6, 2014
Great collaborative and creative work environment
I really appreciate the chance to be able to study and work at Columbia Chemistry department with outstanding professors and talented students. The highly interactive environment in our department brought up many new ideas to my research. Most of my PhD work is done here, including the very exciting perovskite solar cell projects. I especially thank the post-doc of our group who worked with me to initiate this project. I also got help from two other postdocs of our group and one out of our group. I learned that in scientific research, team work and collaboration is very important, especially for very challenging projects. You will never know who will help you in your success. Talking with people, discussing what you get and asking for suggestions can accelerate your progress a lot. The hardest part of the project is at the end. We needed to repeat some experiments but had no fresh samples. The previous sample preparation set-up was removed. Even my professor was thinking about giving up trying new samples and using the old one which was probably still 'alive'. But I insisted to try to make some new samples to make sure our data are reliable. I worked very hard with my co-workers for two weeks and finally prepared some new samples and got the results we need. This is actually the most enjoyable part of this project. You know what you need to support your idea and work hard with co-workers and finally you got it, as you expected! As for graduate study and research, I think
5.0
Student Representative | New York, NY | Jan 11, 2013
The Student Service Center has employees that CARE
My supervisor was amazing. I was a temporary staff employee at the Student Service Center for about six months. During those six months, the Associate Director made sure to walk me through the procedures and was always willing to answer my questions, even if I asked them before. His staff was also extremely helpful. I was there to assist them during their high-traffic season. Each Student Service Rep made sure to help me understand everything. Whatever fears I had walking into the department were quickly subsided by there friendliness and intelligence. Moreover, the excellent customer service did not end with that department. I often traveled between different departments to better understand the information I was supposed to share with students, but were not policies instituted by SSC. There student financial service department (cannot remember the exact title) was filled with easy going personalities and only lightly sprinkled with the "don't mess with me" attitudes. The hardest parts of the job included learning a lot of information in a short period of time, and attending to the very large lines that came in spurts. The department was forgiving toward my mistakes (as a learning curve was needed). Originally, the job was supposed to last 4-6 wks. Therefore, I am sure I was of use to an already spectacular staff. The most enjoyable part of the job included....eating? Just kidding. I enjoyed the social interactions and the personal relationships I created. Each person had
Prosfriday desserts, friendly co-workers, supportive management, pay rate
Consfew grouches, very very very outdated computer systems, hallway set-up for customer service (confusing to students at times)
3.0
Data Coordinator | New York, NY | Jun 28, 2019
Good for starting out, but not to stay
Anyone interested in working in cancer research should definitely utilize CPDM to get your foot in the door. There's a lot of exciting research going on across all departments (breast, thoracic, heme, neuro, etc) and it's cool to be a part of it. The work is a bit tedious and really doesn't require much skill to do, but much of research is that way. You'll love the people (other coordinators) you work with, everyone is young and passionate about what they do, but management isn't always the best. Fairly, they are always very busy keeping things running smoothly which is hard when they each manage dozens of studies and people. Some of the clinical staff too can be a bit overbearing, but cancer research is a rigorous feat, so that should be expected. You won't get paid much at all and your raises will be the same as everyone else's regardless of how well you are doing, but you'll get a lot of vacation and great health benefits, which is unheard of for young 20-somethings in NYC. I would recommend this job to anyone coming out of college or grad school and are unsure of what they want their first step to be. They're almost always hiring since our department is expanding so much (due to opening more studies, which is exciting). If you work here for 2 years, they'll also help pay for you to go to one of their graduate programs (MHA, MS, MPH, etc), but many usually end up going off to medical school or a CRO/start-up after about a year or two. If you stay longer than that, expect
ProsVacation time, healthcare benefits, co-workers
ConsLocation (all the way uptown), salary, management
2.0
Coordinator | Morningside Heights, NY | Jul 20, 2018
Compensation and benefits are great but the high-stress and poor management complied with lack of advancement leave much to be desired.
The compensation and benefits are on the better end of the spectrum (by better I mean actually meeting industry standards). The amount of stress you must face on a daily basis due the incompetence of the managerial and human reasource staff is second to none. If you have a moral compass and an excellent work ethic, don’t expect to be employed with Columbia for long. Those who stand above the rest with an exceptional work ethic, skills, and a genuine will to progress towards goals will be targeted. The existing long term staff will feel threatened by you (as they do the minimum needed to keep their job) and will do anything in their power to falsify reports and create false claims against you. With verifiable proofs to disprove all claims against you, you are still highly likely to be terminated in order to make the supervisory staff look as if they had full justification in doing so. Thus perpetuating a corrupt system for many years to come. It’s a cut-throat one hand washes the other hand type of environment between the long term staff, as they are always looking for ways to spin a situation in their favor while using speculation instead of factual evidence. The employment oppurtunity at any Columbia University site is similar and has an extremely high turn over rate and should only be considered to boost your resume experience as a platform to reach better more stable employment, don’t expect to make a career with them unless you are without a moral compass and don’t mind r
ProsCompensation and Benefits
ConsWork culture, management, Human Resources
5.0
Desktop Support Technician | New York, NY | Apr 2, 2014
Great place to work at
• Installation, maintenance, update and support of all applications, systems and communications software(Apple mail, Outlook, OS X Mountain Lion, Snow Leopard, window 8. • Assist users in a service desk setting by troubleshooting and resolving issues Respond to requests and problems including installing, monitoring, diagnosing, repairing, maintaining and upgrading all PC/Thin Client/MAC hardware, software and equipment to ensure optimal workstation performance • Interact with application software and operating systems to diagnose and resolve unique, non-recurring problems • Assist with the installation, configuration, and ongoing usability of desktop, laptops, Macs, peripheral equipment and software within established standards and guidelines Troubleshoot trouble tickets to resolve basic technical problems with desktop computing equipment • Provide customer assistance using Active Directory services and remote access tools • Ensure systems are configured according to college policy and protected from viruses • Planning, scheduling and implementing network hardware and software maintenance requirements and upgrades • Troubleshoot network, systems and applications identifying and correcting malfunctions and other operational issues • SCCM 2012 – application lifecycle management • Assist with development and enhancement of relevant standards, procedures and guidelines • Setting up the communication infrastructure to provide effective, efficient interaction with a pre
4.0
Engagement Specialist | New York, NY | Mar 11, 2015
Eye opening and community impacting
The opportunity to work with at risk populations as a deeply passionate social worker is always full of challenges and successes. You are often faced with the vicarious challenges of hope and dreams you have for clients coupled with the work life/balances of countertransference. Working with a research initiative to reduce rates of HIV/AIDS infections among stimulant using MSM of color works inside of multilayered obstacles. Working with MSM couples of color daily navigating the challenges of everyday relationship dynamics in the context of stigma, homophobia, racism and other social challenges, my work was cut out for me. A typical day would consist of meeting with participants for 1 or 2 of a total of 5 session in which I would facilitate discussions and activities base on a behavioral/communication skill building curriculum that was universal for all the couples in the research project. The hope was to see notable significant improvements in high risk behavior and stimulant use after the administration of the sessions. No matter how many session my couples committed to. Being able to connect with the community on this level was invaluable. The information, stories and life experience provided through this opportunity was surely enriching for our participants as it provided a platform to speak about very real community impacting concerns.
Prossuccessful completion of sessions
Consattrition in participant attendance
5.0
Associate Consultant | New York, NY | Jul 3, 2017
Best Job Ever
An ever-stimulating workplace where I found tremendous fulfillment in not only helping students to shape and improve their academic papers, but also personal essays for law, medical and divinity schools. My hours were different each day, as I was also working in the same capacity at Yeshiva University and Grace Church School (also in New York City). I learned patience and the necessary art of close listening, as many of my students were international. This close listening enabled me to form the right questions about their rhetorical goals, and thus ensure that their meaning was effectively communicated. The workplace culture at Columbia consisted of the nicest and most intelligent people I have ever known. As the school itself is a pressure cooker, the Writing Center was a place to not only improve writing and understand assignments, but also served as an oasis to mitigate the stress, anxiety and competitiveness the students were under. The hardest part of the job was working with students in the sciences. Being a humanities person myself, I had to formulate strategies to understand the necessary language which conformed to their disciplines. The most enjoyable part of the job was being part of a wonderful, supportive community; of making a difference in students' lives and learning so much myself.
ProsGreat culture, people and atmosphere.
ConsFrustration at shortness of tutoring sessions, expense of living in NYC necessitating a move upstate.

Questions And Answers about Columbia University

How are the working hours at Columbia University?
Asked Jun 30, 2016
Good and flexible specially for women
Answered Jul 28, 2019
Salary is based on 35 hours but you end up working like 45
Answered Mar 27, 2019
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Columbia University?
Asked Aug 18, 2016
Do your research. Know who your interviewing and interview them as well if your looking for longevity, many Administrators will not give you the full picture of what your role will be and what you’ll be dealing with as Columbia is very loosely managed and doesn’t hold many employees accountable for anything
Answered Jan 23, 2020
Stay positive and be patient. The hiring process is lengthy and so is the training but it’s worth it. Columbia University is a great place to work.
Answered Nov 21, 2019
What benefits does Columbia University offer?
Asked Aug 18, 2016
Keep applying multiple times to multiple jobs.
Answered Feb 3, 2020
Depends how your hired officer or non officer, or union , non union everyone gets different benefits and nothing is extraordinary about them they are basic.
Answered Jan 23, 2020
What questions did they ask during your interview at Columbia University?
Asked Jun 30, 2016
Describe your previous experience working on similar projects. What are your long term career goals?
Answered Nov 30, 2020
When are you available to start?
Answered Jun 27, 2020
What is the work environment and culture like at Columbia University?
Asked Jun 30, 2016
Happy and collaborative
Answered Dec 10, 2017
Fast-paced like it's location, NYC.
Answered Nov 11, 2017