Student Mentoring in Glasgow City Centre, Glasgow
I enjoyed working during summers as it was full time, long shifts
It was fun, everyone was friendly in my work space. I felt at ease all the time and had help from my superiors. Most enjoyable part of the job was to explain the students in 1on1 as they saw you as role model.
Casual Lecturer in Caledonian Business School
A very mixed Bag
Having worked there for 28 years on and off. I have noticed a real deterioration in the culture from collegiate to individualistic. The key issue for me was lack of opportunity. Working Part-time casual left you with almost no rights. I had tried to look for opportunities for development but in spite of going above and beyond for the Dept I worked in I always left feeling they felt they were doing me a favour. You had no tenure and almost zero chance of that changing. I did ask to be allowed to undertake a PhD only to be told there was no chance, no funding and you came away feeling in spite of the experience I had that I had less chance than any one off the street. There were some absolutley brilliant colleagues that I worked with over the years. However the management and hierarchy did you absolutely no favours. What a pity they failed comprehensively to understand the nature of the psychological contract.
Head of Operations in London, Greater London
Useful experience, great team. Scottish institution with a campus in London. Based in the fashionable east end of London. Offering undergraduate and postgraduate programmers.
Student Physiotherapist in Student
Physiotherapy student, therefore was not employed other than National Health Service placement experiences. Therefore, this section is not appropriate.
Domestic Cleaner (part-time) in Glasgow
gcu fantastic place to work
worked part time here for 13 years.... Only left because I was re-locating to England , would have been happy to retire here .... Really
pleasant , helpful co-workers and staff... wages and holidays excellent...