good holidays, we have a lot of time off. hours aren't too long and its good being in London central to a lot of things.
UCL is an good place to do research
27 days of annual leave plus six closure days, flexible working, NUS Extra card, Software discounts, Clubs for staff
The benefits package is quite standardised across UK universities. Employees receive pension contributions and incremental pay rises according to the university salary band structure.
Flexible work but low salaries
Best: Good amount of money at the end of the contract Worst: Absolute absence of communications from HR
Best - flexibility Worse - salary
Good annual leave, plus additional "UCL" days off plus Bank Hoidays
best: good payment compared with some small firms when you do the part time job, con: lasting period for payment, maybe too long
Training opportunities and progress academically in your field, assuming you have a supportive manager. Career development courses which you can attend.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.