Oxford University Press Careers and Employment
- CEONigel Portwood
- Company size1001 to 5,000
- Revenue£5m to £25m
Primary Consultant in Home Based
on 17 December 2019
Excellent company, low career opportunities
Good work life balance with term time role and all school holidays off. Large territory to manage on your own. Supportive managers but targets are unfairly split amongst team members.
Education Support Consultant in Kettering
on 5 March 2021
Great company to work for and lovely work friendships made. Job itself helping schools get the best for their students for a great education. Busy at times with quotes and orders but enjoyed being busy.
Warehouse Operative in Kettering, Northamptonshire
on 3 July 2020
Very poor management
Poor management,watching people but they like chatting,big favouritism there, some managers really stupid,they don't deserve Money what they get,very poor training,I worked there five years,waste time.
Editorial Administrator in Walton Street Oxford
on 13 May 2020
Productive& Busy working environment
Oxford University Press a great place to be working. Can be fast paced and competitive at times. Changes happening all the time,lots of systems to work with. Have learnt a lot on the Structural side of the Business. Fast paced. Lovely building and colleagues Lots of training given and lots of meeting to attend
PLATFORM MANAGER in Oxford
on 3 March 2020
Great location but unexciting place to work
In general working for OUP is ok. But it is difficult to advance in your career unless you go up the ladder via interviews. It tends to be an slow moving environment. And as well quite bureaucratic.
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