Research Associate in Bath, Somerset
really good a little laid back for my liking
Really good a little laid back for my liking. My manager was a little too hands off in my role and not really very tentative to my development. That was the only downside. But I wasn't there too long to so this comment maybe a little harsh. Otherwise UoB was excellent in terms of there facilities and the research work.
Procurement Category Manager in Bath City Centre, Somerset
Excellent facilities, Zumba at lunchtime. Good work/life balance with 36.5hrs pw and extra 'discretionary' days tapped onto bank holidays. Collaborative culture, wonderful colleagues. However, poor job security with many fixed-term contracts.
Student Ambassador in Bath, Somerset
As a 'casual worker', the environment is relaxing and I always am keen to work and represent the University - great place to work.
A typical day for my job entails informing prospective students about the campus and course - giving them presentations and tours of the university.
Assistant Director in Bath, Somerset
Good place to work, but too much politics
Work is enjoyable, politics less so.
Pay is not comparable to other local HE institutions.
'But we're Bath, you should be glad to work here' is the prevailing attitude.
Marketing Assistant in Bath, Somerset
A secure job but not a career.
This is a good place to work if you are looking for job security and a good work life balance as most departments offer flexi-time and the holiday allowance is above the private sector. The pace of work can be very slow and tasks repetitive. In admin or marketing roles in particular, there’s little room for advancement and training opportunities are almost none. People are promoted to management grades when they are not experienced enough, resulting in micro management and poor communication
Communication is poor on a senior level and m