Loved it but just couldn’t progress
I really enjoyed my time at St Marys and worked with a great team. Plenty of challenges and positive outcomes. I think we made a lot of changes. However I just couldn’t progress my career despite all the promises and this is the only reason I left to a company that could fulfil that promise
Ophthalmic Technician in London, Greater London
Zero chance you will progress in this role
I believe that for the job description for this job conflicts with my experience working at Western Eye Hospital and Charing Cross Hospital.NHS core values are to be kind, to aspire to higher things. At my interview, I was told I could climb the ladder and have an ongoing career working for Imperial. However, I heard from the business line manager that there isn't any staff progression in my department. It was extremely demoralising to work for imperial. The workload is long and can be exhausting. The senior staff band 5 and management offered no help and would not give you any formal training on how the equipment is used.The only good thing I would say is that the staff you're working with are some best people I ever had the privilege to work with. Management and senior staff not so much.
Research Nurse in Hammersmith, Greater London
Productive place to worrk
It is a very productive place to work. I have learned a lot from their training and development courses. There are lots of research ongoing to improve patient care.
Bank staff in London, Greater London
stressful, hate it
Abusive people in the work place
People are so fake
Underpaid & problems with pay
Not fair/ bias
Fake & selfish people
Good name thats all imperial has good reputation
Headache to work in
Always problem with staff
Band 6 sister charge nurse in London, Greater London
Nice and professional place to work. I trained there and enjoyed working there, I would like to go back. One thing I like about about Imperial is their SENER system. It is very easy to use. I like the trust as a whole.