I worked at Oxford Brookes University full-time (More than 3 years)
Improving estate and good location
Under resourced administration
Poor management of change
I applied online. I interviewed at Oxford Brookes University.
Applied online for a PhD studentship, got an invite to a Skype interview soon after. Two interviewers and both were very nice. They asked questions about my previous research experience and about the science and techniques underlying the proposed PhD project. Afterwards they explained the structure of the course and explained things like that I'd have to committ a certain amount of time each week to teaching.
Oxford Brookes is taking an active part in marking Black History Month this year, and invite all members of Oxford Brookes and the wider local community to join us. We aim to raise awareness across the university and beyond of the past, present and future contribution of Black communities to our social, economic, political, cultural and intellectual life in the UK. Brookes’ programme for Black History Month goes “Beyond a Month…” to link with our wider race equality agenda, connect with the development of our Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Staff Network, and give increased positive profile and visibility to the experience of our BME staff and students. Brookes’ programme for Black History Month goes “Beyond a Month…” to link with our wider race equality agenda, connect with the development of our Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Staff Network, and give increased positive profile and visibility to the experience of our BME staff and students. For more information please follow this link: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQRsc
Dr Christian Ehrlich, Senior Lecturer within the Oxford Brookes Business School, is working on a research project into positive goal setting and reducing mental health problems in the workplace. The 10th October 2017 marked World Mental Health Day, a day for mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma. With one in four adults being diagnosed with a mental illness at some stage of their lives, the World Health Organization (WHO) identifies deteriorating mental health as one of the most serious health challenges of the twentieth century to Western society. Dr Christian Ehrlich has developed a model for assessing the work goals of individuals and the link to happiness and engagement, through his research into mental health in the workplace. The following link takes you to more details : http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQRU0
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