Pre-sessional English Teacher in Exeter
Professional, positive and supportive work environment
All duties and responsibilities were preplanned with a support structure on hand to answer or assist in all work-related activities and tasks. Effective coaching and training were available throughout the contract period, and management encouraged teachers to collaborate, discuss and assist each other where necessary. The office culture was one of open and fair, with ample opportunity to offer an opinion or a solution or indeed to question.
Associate Research Fellow/ Project Lead Engineer in Stoke-on-Trent
good pay and benefits, too much misconduct
i was ask to steal £20,000 of grant money, made to make invoice payments that were later changed, communication was poor at best. it was super fun place to work though got paid a good sum for not doing very much at all had lots of free time, and could taken days off whenever i wanted.
Run like a business, not an academic institution
Not treating employees very well. All management and benefits. Extremely stressful and lack of resources in many departments. Admin staff continuously rotating positions and academic staff strongly stressed.
Student Ambassador in STREATHAM CAMPUS, UNIVERSITY OF EXETER
What I learned
I learnt how to work well in a team and especially about getting to know and work with new people. It was a great way to learn key skills which I can take to other aspects of life.
Catering service and Cleaner in Exeter
It is hard work but interesting. I learned what it's like to serve students from different countries with different cultures and customs. I learned that people can have allergies to some foods. Some are intolerant to glucose or gluten. I learned how to combine food and how to store it. The work team is friendly and ready to help. At the end of work we have lunch or dinner with colleagues and share our impressions.