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UC San Diego
UC San Diego
4.2
1299 reviews
UC San Diego Ratings
4.2
Average rating of 1299 reviews on Indeed
4.1Work-Life Balance
3.8Pay & Benefits
3.7Job Security & Advancement
3.8Management
4.0Culture
Headquarters
9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, CA 92093
Employees
10,000+
Revenue
Unknown
Industry
Education and Schools

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 Average SalarySalary Range
1 salary reported
$60,500
per year
$30,000-$91,000
11 salaries reported
$99,791
per year
$45,000-$168,000
6 salaries reported
$57,100
per year
$28,000-$86,000
21 salaries reported
$27.50
per hour
$13.75-$41.25
12 salaries reported
$29.49
per hour
$14.70-$44.25
Salary Satisfaction
68%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 919 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

UC San Diego Reviews

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Overall Reviews at UC San Diego

5.0
Principal | San Diego, CA | Aug 20, 2013
Good Introduction to Health care
The variety of managed care contracting projects provided a good introduction to health care and managed care in particular. The atmosphere tended to be relaxed and collegial, except when deadlines approached and stress would build-up. Better planning and coordination would have made the work process flow more smoothly and efficiently, but for the most part the team met goals and deadlines for major projects. Individuals could perform and were encouraged to pursue assignments without too much direct supervision. There was some down time in which I was able to read up on PPACA reforms, ACOs, and Hospital Operations which was a good personal investment as this represents the future of managed health care and will help me with my next position. My only source of frustration stemmed from the fact that there were often times when I would finish one project and then be forced into a holding pattern to wait for feedback or the next phase. There were also occasions when initial information was not fully or clearly disclosed forcing me to take the initiative in trying to anticipate the type of agreement that I was supposed to draft and how to allocate duties and rights between the parties. This 'working in the dark' forced me into a trial and error method that was not necessarily the most efficient and at times was frustrating, but ultimately proved beneficial as it forced me to be as self-sufficient as possible. Ultimately the situation or any resulting confusion was easily r
ProsGood work environment
ConsCould have undertaken more projects with better coordination
5.0
Public Affairs Specialist | San Diego, CA | May 30, 2013
Enjoyable lots of work to be done!
Independently coordinate the overall functions of Academic Personnel for the Anesthesiology Department. The Academic Personnel program includes 52 Permanent Faculty, 2 Emeritus, 2 Research Scientists, 5 Project Scientists, 4 Adjunct, ~20 Voluntary Faculty Appt's and MSP contracted positions. Responsibilities Demonstrated in-depth knowledge of and ability to interpret UC, campus and external agency policies to advise on matters involving recruitment, academic appointments, merits, promotions, and leave guidelines for all levels of academic personnel. Responsible for the coordination of all administrative activities associated with faculty recruitment including advertising faculty positions, setting up applicant files and coordinating circulation of files to search committee members. Provide staff support to search committees. Create and maintain an electronic file of all incoming applicants and provide statistical reports. Prepare Affirmative Action recruitment plans and compliance reports. Prepare reimbursements for all expenses associated with recruitment activities. Prepare academic personnel appointment and review files, enter the information in the Personnel Payroll System. Monitor the status of faculty appointments and review files, initiating actions to address outstanding issues or delays in processing. Monitor end-dates of appointments, funding, and hospital privileges taking appropriate action for compliance. Coordinate and provide work direction to a support p
ProsBenefits
ConsGoverment Pay Freeze
5.0
Segretaria Amministrativa | San Diego, CA | Jan 28, 2014
Lavoro gratificante e pieno di chalenges
Recensione Descrivere una giornata tipica del mio lavoro e’ un po’ chedere le previsioni del tempo! Definitivamente comprendeva mansioni ripetitive e necessarie come incassare pagamenti comprendenti cash, checks e PurchaseOrder. Calcolazione per financial aid, apertura chiusura e bilancio del incasso giornaliero. Ma queste sono solo mansioni marginali inquanto essendo un ufficio aperto al pubblico e operante con gruppi scolastici provenienti da scuole pubbliche e private si puo immaginare l’afflusso di persone e la quantita’ di data enterey giornaliera. Quindi posso dire che il mio lavoro comprendeva: attivita’ giornaliere,mensili , trimestrali, ed annuali. I programmi offerti al pubblico cambiavano ogni tre mesi. Per quanto riguarda le scuole erano in concomitanza con l’anno scolastico e poi Campi estivi. Tutto cio’ puo rendere l’idea del volume lavorativo. Quindi aggiungendo al sopra indicate mansioni il mio lavoro includeva: partecipazione e cooperazione per loggistiche giornaliere, sviluppo per programmi scolastici e pubblico. Collaborazione con I’intero stuff per elaborare e assicurare che tutte le operazioni finanziarie fossero accurate e catlogate in Convergence (programma usato dall’Istituzione) Inserimento dati per le diverse attivita’ e programmi. Schedule programmi per tutte le scuole e attivita per il pubblico. Creazione di grafici, bilancio mensile ed annuale. Stabilire e mantenere relazioni di partnership.- Marketing Devo dire che ho a
ProsVarietà e chalenge quotidiano
ConsLavorare anche a Natale
3.0
Licensed Vocational Nurse | San Diego, CA | Dec 10, 2018
Golden Handcuffs
UCSD pays top notch for LVNS, however they overwork you to a point of needing psychiatric medications, that's what happened to me. Management listens but your concerns falls on deaf ears. They expect you to room, answer calls, review, answer mychart messages, prior authorizations, call backs, fax, schedule,. check in patients into the lab, be ADET constantly, with a smile on your face within your 8 hour period. Oh and do your nurses visit's too, and cover your fellow LVN's. Its hard to quit when you are paid well, but everyday I debate weather I should be homeless. I dread coming to work , my Lexapro has been increased from 10mg to 30 mg daily. Management could care less if your happy, as long as all the required questionnaires are completed, the PHQ-9's, Tobacco screening, SOJI, etc are done then you're great. Un-realistic expectations. I had a manager tell me if you're so unhappy here, this may not be a fit for you then why are you still here? Why? Why? Why? I don't know, maybe because its not that simple to just up and leave and start over. I've learned to just keep my head down, make sure my tasks are done, but either way, I can never seem to get anything right. When the clinic day is done, I cry. I seriously cry 4 days out of the work week. I would describe working for UCSD at this location like being in an abusive marriage where financial stability lies, but you die inside each day you stay. You endure the stress, the constant barrage of verbal condescending comments.
ProsIts a Learning facility
ConsEverything
5.0
Administrative Assistant | San Diego, CA | Oct 28, 2013
The knowledge based energy is fun and interesting
Support for students, faculty, and facilitators. Worked with first and second year medical students (as well as a 2 month mini program for residents). Organized first and second year medical students (about 125 students for each year) into diverse groups of 10-12. Revise syllabus, copy, and distribute. Secure rooms at UCSD and the VA for small groups. Invited a guest speaker to come in each week to present a topic. After the main presentation we had the student groups meet with a facilitator (usually a retired physician I recruited to help). There were weeks where the topic had us invite guests from the community to talk with the small groups. This included homeless people, children, teens, psych patients, transgender, and other walks of life. This was so the med students would get to know the diverse range of people that they would be dealing with in the future. The hardest part of the job was when my direct supervisor suddenly passed away and I was having to do my job (which was a part-time position) and train my supervisor (there were not enough hours in the day). Realizing that if I didn't do it the students wouldn't get grades.There was never a dull moment at this job and as stressful as it was it was fascinating. Work at UCSD was so rewarding that I worked there whenever I lived in San Diego.
ProsDealing with students, coworkers, and the public. Pay and benefits
ConsThe amount of stress the last year I was there (but I still talk about how great it was)
5.0
Certified Medical Assistant | San Diego, CA | Nov 13, 2017
Productive and Positive workplace
My typical day at work involves over 150 patients and multiple physicians. I have years of customer service and clinical experience. I am Multilingual in English,Arabic, and Spanish. I have learned the EPIC system and knowledge of third-party payers. Pre-registration for each provider, obtain vital signs, medications, past/present medical history, assist with procedures. Create referral shells, answering calls, multi-specialty clinic scheduling,insurance and authorization verification,co-pay collections,managing/monitoring petty cash drawer, Durable Power of Attorney as needed, prepping exam rooms, replenishing medical supplies, fax and scanning forms/medication refills. Management is very understanding and always willing to assist and very proactive. Assertive with medical and clerical concerns. A very multi-diverse culture at UCSD and positive atmosphere. Easy to adapt to the environment. I would not say that there is a difficult part of the job because I am always on top of my duties and go above and beyond what is exceptional. I loved seeing my patients leave everyday with a smile on their face even when they have critical diseases that enable them to interact with anyone. I do not see this position as a job but only as my passion to execute my excellent care and positive attitude for anyone I have an encounter with. Thank you for your time.
ProsFree lunches, great team, career advancements
Consparking
5.0
Manager | San Diego, CA | Dec 24, 2021
One of the best life decisions I've made...
Overall, UC San Diego Health is truly an amazing place to work. The work done every day is cutting-edge, the treatment and care provided to patients are extraordinary. The leadership in most areas is exceptional, generally very supportive, sees their subordinates as mentees, and capable of performing at high standards. In most cases, there is a clear balance between work and personal life. I have been at UC San Diego Health for nearly six years and while they are the highest paying healthcare institution, they believe in promoting from within which could be both a blessing and a curse. However, it generally works out for the good of the employee promoting. The most difficult part about working at UC San Diego Health is likely the most difficult part of most jobs, not being able to meet every need of every patient every time. Sometimes, the answer is no, and service recovery doesn't help, or sometimes, we've done all we can and there's nothing left to do. This is difficult because each of us - most of us work so very hard to please our patients and our leaders. And when we cannot, it makes for a difficult day. Conversely, the most enjoyable part of the job is knowing that the work I do is contributing to the greater good of the work being done. It's rewarding to know that I am a part of something that is so much bigger than me. Doesn't get any better than that:).
ProsExcellent benefits and compensation, and strong management team
ConsPay for parking.
5.0
Coding Specialist | Encinitas, CA | Feb 24, 2015
My typical workday
I work Monday -Friday 8am -5 pm. I have an office in the back which is nice because I spend most of my mornings on the phone with insurance companies following up with insurance authorization requests and benefit verifications. I also spend most of my mornings submitting treatment authorization requests for procedures done in the office. The phone is constantly ringing and I am the 2nd backup to answer the phones. After lunch I spend most of my time scanning medical records and registering new patients and then I try to commit 2-3 hours to billing. I was previously responsible for all billing and referrals and registration but our business has completly grown over the last year and my workload became too much so another referral coordinator was hired fortunately! So now I am currently responsible for refferals for patients M-Z and all wound care billing! I also try to assist the clinic staff with setting up clinic rooms and rooming the patients and restocking supplies in the clinic rooms when I have downtime. Ialso cover for the front desk receptionist when she is out of the office.
ProsWork Conferences, private office, relaxed schedule
ConsNot everyone here is team player, numerous changes in management
5.0
Fellow | San Diego, CA | Aug 12, 2019
My UCSD experience turned out to be an exemplary one. The learning environment there proved to be fertile indeed.
The program that I worked with at UCSD was the San Diego Area Writing Project. SDAWP is a singular component of the only national writing project in the country. I was asked to participate in the initial SDAWP summer program. At its conclusion, I was invited to join as one of three persons to design and co-facilitate summer writing programs for educators from all areas of expertise. The experience proved to be an extraordinary life-changing one for me. As a team, and as individuals, we provided a creative, informative and healing space for teachers looking to learn, to share, to design new ways for the teaching of better writing practices to their students. At the end of each SDAWP Summer Program, teachers were extraordinarily prepared to return to their respective classrooms. Now they felt newly energized and amply equipped with numerous new and practical proven curriculum ideas for a successful new school year.
ProsTeachers self-identified themselves as summer SDAWP participants, they participated and created with joyful abandon!
ConsThe only con that I can name is that my participation in SDAWP eventually came to an end!
2.0
Administrative Assistant | San Diego, CA | Sep 7, 2012
Expensive place to work
Although it is a public, non-profit institution, UCSD is run like any corporate entity -- Meaning the people at the top are overpaid and given bonuses regardless of how well they run their departments, while the staff workers at the bottom of the food chain get low salaries and few perks. State budget cuts are constantly used as a reason to freeze raises while increasing employee's health costs, forced pension contributions, parking costs ($75 a month with no place to park!) and union fees ($50 a month deducted regardless of whether or not you actually join the union). If you are an administrative worker or a lab technician, it is quite possible that you will make LESS money each year that you work at UCSD. If you you're working only as a hobby, than UCSD is a beautiful, stimulating environment to work, but if you need to pay rent and make a decent living, look to the private sector instead. You'll find better pay and job security at a pharmaceutical company or some other business.
Proshealth insurance through kaiser is dirt cheap (ppo options are expensive), beautiful campus, smart and interesting peopl, flexible schedules (depending on your boss)
Conslow pay, no free parking for employees, forced union dues, no choice as to retirement investments

Questions And Answers about UC San Diego

What is the vacation policy like at UC San Diego? How many vacation days do you get per year?
Asked Mar 18, 2017
A lot 15 maybe more
Answered Jan 30, 2023
3 weeks (IF YOU HAVE THE TIME SAVED)
Answered Jan 3, 2023
What is the interview process like at UC San Diego?
Asked Jun 16, 2016
About the same as other places. Took about a month to finish all the requirements including background check, physical, drug screen.
Answered Jul 13, 2022
Had a great interview wirh the hiring manager Alex and was told as long as my reff(which they did) checked out I'd be hired one of my friend's work at UCSD that's how i got the initial interview. I never heard anything back at all i emailed and called and no response all i wanted to know if there was a descrepancy if any that i could fix on my part because i went on a few more interviews at UCSD after that one and also never heard anything back all the managers are connected and all talk i know how this works im in the medical field to, so im being blocked and this is very unfair and un professional i know they can not call all the candidates back but to sit there and lie. I caught the lie on a phone message left on my phone and a Email. I was super excited to join UCSD and wanting to come and work but after being treated this way i don't think i would want to work for a organization like this it only takes a few bad seeds to ruin it for everyone's reputation im sure not everyone is like this at UCSD but there are some. Where was my equal opportunity at? Thanks for nothing and all the time i spent preparing for my i interviews and all the unpaid time i took off from work to go and drive far to these interviews i even turned down another great position while waiting for this Alex manager to get back to me just to keep wondering like a dummy..
Answered May 6, 2018
How did you get your first interview at UC San Diego?
Asked Jul 18, 2016
TES, is the Temporary Employment Services on campus. It's the best way to get your foot in the door and make contacts who will later hire or give you a reference for another position.
Answered Dec 6, 2018
I applied and was offered an interview
Answered Oct 5, 2018
What is the work environment and culture like at UC San Diego?
Asked Jun 16, 2016
Terrible. Supervisor encourages staff to report on each other, gossip about each other, and gives bonuses right before staff survey to “buy” good reviews.
Answered Mar 3, 2022
Very hard working people and polite
Answered Dec 25, 2018
What is the promotion process like at UC San Diego?
Asked Mar 3, 2021
Either suggested by manager or other leader or via the application process.
Answered Dec 2, 2022
Terrible
Answered Oct 29, 2022