Top 10 Reasons to Work at SUNY Upstate

Related: Top 10 Ways Upstate Offers Great Benefits: Research Foundation / State

1

Excellent Pay and Benefits

Employee surveys show overall satisfaction with Upstate’s pay and benefits. Other amenities include an on-site fitness center, the Upstate Child Care Center and a professional development program.
2

Medical University, Stimulating Work Environment

SUNY Upstate Medical University is an academic medical center with its own teaching hospital — Upstate University Hospital—and four colleges. Life-saving procedures, breakthrough research, and leading-edge education occur every day. Experts and scientists from around the globe, as well as faculty from within Upstate, present additional opportunities that challenge and inspire.
3

Passionate Employees

 People at Upstate care deeply about their contribution at work, knowing that it ultimately makes a positive impact on patients, students, and the community.
4

Support for Personal Training and Development

Upstate supports on-the-job training, professional development, and continued education of its employees with a wide variety of opportunities.
5

Region’s Only Academic Medical Center

Upstate is one of only 127 academic medical centers in the country - a unique and valuable resource for Central New York.
6

Region’s Only Children’s Hospital

Upstate offers the Golisano Children's Hospital, a state-of-the art facility with a pediatric team devoted to family and patient centered care.
7

Largest Employer In Central New York

Upstate Medical University is the region’s largest employer, drawing 8,000 employees from all parts of Central New York.
8

Compelling Mission

It’s a source of pride to work for an institution whose mission is to improve the health of the community through education, biomedical research patient care and service.
9

Robust Research Enterprise Aimed at Cures

Approximately $40 million in biomedical research is underway at Upstate, in basic science labs and in clinical trials. Every piece of research is aimed at improving human health.
10

Educational Excellence In Our Four Colleges

Each year, Upstate educates 1,300 students who represent the next generation of doctors, nurses, allied health professionals and biomedical research scientists.