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  • Founded
    1856
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Education

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Research Associate in Bath, Somerset
on 5 December 2020
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.
Administrative work in Bath
on 28 June 2021
Archaic Managerial Structure - paid for being judgmental and that's all!
Working at the University of Bath was, quite literally, a hellish experience. The 'Management' (and I use that word VERY loosely!) are not skilled in their appointed areas, do nothing to keep in the loop with their staff and are literally never anywhere to be seen besides schmoozing in the onsite cafeterias when they are on work time. The crux of the problem, certainly in my experience, is that the people in positions of power and authority are almost always intertwined in some kind of incestuous hierarchy. Married couples working in the same faculty who just happen to be besties with the Dean... it's all very convenient for those that sit at the top of the tree. They are there through who they know, certainly not what they know and in turn are not qualified to do their own jobs, never mind support the poor members of staff assigned to roles under their, ahem, 'leadership'! It is hard to recall any other situation where I have had the misfortune to encounter such judgmental, opinionated and, quite simply down right rude bunch of pompous stuffed shirts!
Procurement Category Manager in Bath City Centre, Somerset
on 29 May 2020
Work/Life Balance
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
on 27 May 2020
Fun Workplace
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
on 22 May 2020
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.

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