The James Hutton Institute
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    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £25m to £100m
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Soft Fruit Breeder / Trials Manager


£38,442 a year

9 days ago

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Rural Business Enterprise Manager


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17 days ago

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Research Assistant in Dundee, Dundee City
on 2 September 2019
Middle Management woeful
I lost my job here after I disclosed my mental health problem to my Line Manager who questioned their own suitability for this role and lacked training and support from HR. My condition was shared with others without my consent causing me extreme anguish and pain. They refused to work with me again stating it would cause them distress. My LM's wellbeing was prioritised over mine from the start.
Trainee in Invergowrie
on 22 September 2017
Amazing place to work
I spent only two months in The James Hutton Institute and everything was great. I learned a lot of new laboratory techniques and it was all great experience to work with real professionals in the fruit research field. I really recomend this institution.
Operative worker in Aberdeen
on 8 August 2017
Set in there ways /zero communication .
Pros: Working at James Hutton you are mostly left to get on with it. The holidays are good and pay average. There is zero opportunity to advance, 1 percent pay rises each year. In my dept Management was awful with zero people skills , set in there ways and don't like "newcomers" with opinions, don't listen to staff, dictate everything and very unsupportive . Such a shame as it could be a lovely place to work if management issue was resolved and they would take on board other peoples opinions and have a less selfish attitude.
Student Scholarship Placement in Aberdeen
on 17 September 2015
Productive and enjoyable workplace
I really enjoyed my time here. I learned a lot about how a "real workplace" environment worked compared to university. Co-workers were very friendly and approachable.
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