Queen Mary University of London
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    £100m to £500m
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Assistant Administrator (2 years)


£22,212 - £24,432 a year
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Deputy Nursery Manager


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Creative Design Officer


£27,742 - £28,498 a year
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Administrator in Mile End, Greater London
on 18 January 2021
Dynamic place to work
Queen Mary University of London is a friendly and dynamic place work. It provides the part for progression in some cases. Queen Mary is also one of the best paid employers (if not the best) within Higher Education sector.
Administrative Assistant in London
on 12 December 2020
Fun and relaxed
Great place to work from interview stage to working on the job appropriate training is always given and you have a good time with the people around you
Manager in Mile End, Greater London
on 30 September 2020
Used to be great
I worked at Queen Mary for a number of years and despite many fumbling systems the culture and collaboration was excellent. Following the change in the senior executive this has negatively transformed. There is a culture of fear, secrecy, inconsistency across different areas, and a complete lack of interest in staff welfare. Current senior team attitude appears to be that all will be worked until they break or leave.
Finance Manager-School of Engineering and Materials in Mile End, Greater London
on 1 July 2020
Stressfull as it was academic led and very political
There are many bureaucratic hurdles to climb. The academic staff drive policy and often you must have contacts to help you. Professional services treated second to academic services.
HR & Ops Support Manager in London, Greater London
on 4 March 2020
One of the worse companies I have ever worked for
I relocated to the Gozo (their Malta campus) and it has been one of the most unprofessional experiences of my career, to-date. I would not recommend working in this company to ANYBODY. Their management lacks leadership and they do not care whatsoever for the welfare and well-being of their staff.
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Nothing, it was a voluntary job

Shared on 5 January 2019

Your experience with communicating with the public. If you can work in a team. How would you deal with angry parents/ public? Can you keep up in a fast-paced environment.

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