University of Southampton
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About the company

  • Founded
    1862
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Construction & Facilities Services
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Scientific Research & Development

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Research Fellow
£33,934 per year
Associate Professor
£52,305 per year
Human Resources Manager
£47,152 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 126 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Kitchen Assistant in United Kingdom
on 23 May 2020
Good
I was good however fat pasted hard at first but gets easier. Meet loads of good people. Bosses are nice good environment clean. Surounded buy lovely ponds
Domestic Assistant in Southampton
on 21 February 2021
Completely disorganised
Pros: reasonable amount of training,Decent hourly wage, Colleagues are friendly and helpful, Working hours good for familliesCons: University totally disorganised - you are told one thing but then realise other colleagues have been given totally different information and management change their minds constantly.If you ask a question don't expect management to know - they will just say they don't know and not bother to respond further.No job security. Health and safety rules ignored by many staff Hr are an absolute joke, no common sense used whatsoever and I have never come accross a less helpful hr team.
Administration Assistant in Southampton
on 5 September 2020
Wouldn't go back
Band snobbery, lack of support and training, unprofessional managers, boring work. Managers that 'out' your personal information and make you feel like you're a problem. Being treated like you're not important, capable or trustworthy because you're 'only a band #'. Being told there could be redundancies at any time - great for morale!
Post and Portering Operative. in Estates Dept.
on 23 May 2020
Poor culture and management.
Good hours and holiday etc. but management were totally aloof, imposed additional work with no consultation. Corners were regularly cut on safety issues and any objections were ridiculed.
Environmental Research Assistant in University of Southampton
on 27 April 2020
Productive and engaging place to work
As a research assistant I got to work with people from different cultural backgrounds. I got to learn from them and enhance skills of my own, specifically organisation and time management skills. I was tasked with the responsibility of overseeing a university project. My main job was to organised the collecting and processing data for a collaborative academic write-up. Overall, I enjoyed working with the team, and learning new skills.
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Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

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Practical scenarios are given, you must be able to discuss what you would do in that situation and be able to answer questions etc

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