Happiness score is 45 out of 100
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EXETER COLLEGE Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    less than £1M (GBP)
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 12 reviews and is evolving.



Maintenance Operative in Exeter
on 30 November 2022
Great workplace, poor management
Great job but very poorly paid. Management were very clicky which meant anyone outside the close circle were distributed the least favourable shift patterns and allocated the most unpleasant jobs.
Learning Support Assistant in Exeter
on 10 August 2022
Not for those with different needs.
There are some lovely people who work at Exeter College; however sadly there would appear to be some managers and team leaders who aren't welcoming to anyone with different needs and it is made very obvious that they aren't welcome.
Support Worker in Foundation Department
on 30 September 2021
Would Not Recommend
Management are bullies. Great place to study but the worst place I have ever worked with regards to how they treat their staff. My colleagues were amazing and deserve a lot more respect than they were given!
Tutor in Foundation Studies
on 22 September 2021
All about money and status
The Foundation Studies department is for students with SEND and those who were unable to get onto a level 2 programme at the college. The HoF boast that department offers specialist SEND provision yet there is NOTHING provided for the learners or their needs. The facilities and the building are poor, the staff are brilliant but not SEND specialists, just experiences in teaching students with SEND. It can be extremely frustrating to be unable to supply the support/environment/facilities that the students so desperately need. The head of faculty seems to have very little regard for students and staff. As a result of this there has been a high turn around of staff. He barks unrealistic orders at staff without having had any involvement with the learners or understanding of their needs. There is no autonomy, poor training and guidance and very little support for staff. It could be an amazing place to work because so many of the staff are passionate, caring and brilliant teachers. However the management manages to beat that passion out of the staff through bullying tactics. Very little consideration is given for those struggling with mental ill health or family issues. HR do nothing about it despite the many complaints that they have had.
on 19 March 2020
Staff ok
Overall staff lovely management complete joke no loyalty to staff more interested in targets and no concern over staff welfare Too many chiefs not enough staff

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