Doncaster College
3.9 out of 5 stars.
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Doncaster College Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £25m to £100m
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Education & Instruction

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Lecturer
£28,063 per year
Early Years Educator
£19,174 per year
Apprentice
£23,191 per year
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Rating overview

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4.0020174.0020183.6020192.332020

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Reviews

College Student in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
on 9 October 2019
Student at Doncaster college
Studied there overall it was very helpful with my education I learn a lot about motor mechanics and about different parts in and outside of a car, I was a student for a year
Lecturer in Engineering
on 3 December 2020
Working at Doncaster
Not good , management were poor and the resource for teaching and students were poor and lacking . No life balance though coffee shop was good . The team in student support were very nice and friendly .
Lecturer Higher Education in Doncaster
on 5 October 2020
Appauling incompetent Management
The Academic leadership in the University Centre is incompetent. Staff are routinely timetabled disproportionately and some staff hardly work and others pick up the pieces. Problems with finance mean the college can no longer affordto run courses properly staffed and staff are overstretched and many near breakdowns
Programme Leader in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
on 7 April 2020
Productive & Fun
I worked in the Performing Arts and Media department as a Program Leader / Lecturer. Doncaster College has an excellent culture in general with a good team spirit. I only left for a better position which cut my travelling time, had higher benefits and salary.
Tutor in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
on 29 October 2019
Over worked and Unpaid
Working at Doncaster College I quickly noticed that the more capable you are, the more your job role/responsibilities increased without an increase in pay/salary. Majority of the staff are unhappy and will openly express this to you in conversation, which explains the high turn over rate at the lower end of the hierarchy. Poor management that is very disorganised and always tend to be last minute without consideration which, creates an overall stressful environment to work in.
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