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The teams I've worked in have been friendly, positive, supportive and fun. The work is challenging and rewarding. The management is friendly and open. There is a good work culture, wellbeing is important and people are motivated. There are sometimes conflicts between time spent on own projects and supporting academic staff with their projects but colleagues are respectful. The campus is beautiful and facilities great. Going on walks in Stanmer Park at lunchtime is amazing.
The team were really welcoming and engaging and involved me in all the meetings etc that took place during my time with them, which was short. I learnt about how they conducted meetings, the management structure and the type of work that they do in this team.
The role is a great cultural experience to be a part of. You work with other language ambassador meaning that you have to be able to work in a team, good at communication and friendly. You organise activities with the team and welcome other students to the language and cultural salted activities we organise. It is good fun and voluntary.
Good hours, and good working culture Good management Deep cleaning can get a bit gross Typically, weeks follow a similar pattern of cleaning rooms on Monday and Tuesday, public areas Wednesday to Thursday and Fridays would be refreshing rooms
Good job with very flexible hours. Working as a student ambassador doesn't just entail working on open days or applicant visit days as you can also be called to do things like proof-reading work or flyering. If you have a passion for the university and enjoy interacting with others this job would be suitable for you.
Free Lunches, Highly Flexible Hours, Diverse Job.
Not necessarily guaranteed regular work.
My PhD time was devoted to carrying out research on cell migration which included formulating mathematical models and numerical methods to solve the models. This culminated to a PhD thesis which I successfully defended on 18th March 2019.