Work wellbeing score is 73 out of 100
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Animal Technician in Cambridge
on 3 January 2023
Don't become an animal technician, it's a souless job that not suitable for anyone who wants to do something positive.Do something else with your life, if your thinking it's a cool/good career then your wrong.Good luck with finding the right job.
Junior Animal Technician in South Cambridge
on 29 March 2022
Working hours are OK, overtime is well compensated and arranged with good notice. Workload is very repetitive and not very engaging. Lots of micromanaging and little opportunity to progress and take on new responsibilities.
Animal Technician in Cambridge
on 25 October 2016
This was a wonderful place to work, helping out the scientists carry out their day to day work. I learnt a lot about the working enviroment, and enjoyed the company of my colleagues.
Licenced Animal Technician in Cambridge, ENG
on 10 May 2015
Overall, a very enjoyable experience and I have progressed at a good pace. There is a good structure and plenty of opportunity to progress and a good future on the horizon for the university.
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Last updated: 28 November 2023
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