University of Strathclyde
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University of Strathclyde Careers and Employment

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  • Founded
    1796
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Education
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Scientific Research & Development

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Research Associate
£34,451 per year
Professor
£60,905 per year
Lecturer
£44,847 per year
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Rating overview

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Engagement and Communications Officer in Glasgow, Glasgow
on 23 July 2020
A productive and exciting place to work
Working at Strathclyde is very enjoyable as the pace of work is fast, people that I came across tended to be open-minded, hard-working, and productive. Working here is challenging as the pace of work at certain times of the year can be almost too fast but I always feel challenged and motivated to do well. Staff are friendly and supportive and the university has fantastic courses available for staff. Would recommend working here highly.
Student Ambassador in Glasgow City Centre, Glasgow
on 24 June 2020
Friendly Environment
Many jobs available depending on the time of year and what is available, but the staff are all lovely and there is easy accessibility to tea and coffee. Some jobs can be quick paced or long hours of standing to guide people but definitely worth the pay.
Researcher in DMEM
on 22 June 2020
academia is fun but fraught with funding issues!
If you have an inquestive mind and love to solve problems, academia is for you. However, you have to accept that funding is key and be prepared to chase money and adapt your research skills and knowledge to accommodate for the availability of funding in order to stay in employment...It can be stressful!!!
Student Ambassador in Glasgow, Glasgow
on 15 April 2020
Great employers for students
As a Student Ambassador, the hours are flexible around you and it's only when required. The only thing is that it's not a steady income so if you're looking for a reliable income I wouldn't recommend being a Student Ambassador. However, if it's just for a little bit of extra cash here and there, then I would say that's perfect!
Security Warden in Strathclyde
on 10 March 2020
not for those who wish to advance
ok but dont expect miracles, very limited advancement options, management use the department as their own personal police force and enjoy having the staff below them at loggerheads
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