University of Stirling
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    £100m to £500m
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Network Specialist


1 day ago

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Full-time, Part-time, Contract
Research Assistant


£26,715 - £32,816 a year

12 days ago

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Director of HR Services


15 days ago

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Full-time, Contract
Lecturer in International Business and Entrepreneurship


£33,797 - £40,322 a year

20 days ago

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Full-time, Part-time, Contract
Academic Development Partner


£41,526 - £49,553 a year

19 days ago

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Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Digital Business


£41,526 - £49,553 a year

20 days ago

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Lecturer in Social Work (Child Protection)


30+ days ago

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Administrator in Stirling, Stirlingshire
on 19 May 2020
Inspiring employees, Stagnant employer
While the organisation is full of amazing and inspiring employees in all areas that genuinely care about the student body, the organisation as a whole and the top management simply do not seem to care anymore. Although there are pockets of fantastic work going on across the organisation, overall new ideas are constantly shot down and discarded and there is little opportunity for advancement and progression. There is a sense that many departments have become stagnant in their activity with the same projects repeatedly happening and anything new being ignored. This has led to no sense of pride or ownership in any of the work.
Housekeeper in Stirling, Stirlingshire
on 13 March 2020
I spent many years here as a housekeeper & was treated like an animal. Management are BULLIES!! Honestly nothing is worth working there for. You will be told what to do not asked, there will be no please or thank you. Your personal life will not be personal as manager uses it against you & tells the other 62 housekeeping staff & office staff your business to make your working life worse
on 10 March 2020
Brilliant job if you really give it your all
This can be a great job if you give it 110%. Because of the casualness of the hours a lot of the staff don't treat it like a real job and are very unreliable. But if you give this job your all it's absolutely brilliant and gives you so many fantastic opportunities. If you don't sign up to do a lot of work and get to know the managers the opportunities won't be there as much, but if you make yourself known to be a hard worker it can open lots of doors. Open days are great fun when the staff morale is up so it's worth being friendly and getting to know other ambassadors. Really a great job to have whilst you're at uni, way better than retail or bar work!
Workshop Facilitator in Stirling
on 12 February 2020
Fun and Inclusive
Very much enjoy the work and flexibility of hours and involvement. The people are open and clearly working towards the same goals. Open to problems and looking fro solutions.
Tutor in Stirling
on 2 December 2019
Productive and enjoyable
A lovely location, a department with many good colleagues, most engaged students making for interesting work. Good ethos and an enjoyable place to work.
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