- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at University of Edinburgh full-time (More than 3 years)
There is a good variety and quality of facilities
It is currently quite hard to scale in your position.
I worked at University of Edinburgh full-time (More than 3 years)
Good location and working hours
Lack of career progression
Most of the accademics are more interested in doing "research" than teaching.
Lack of professional staff.
Job description did not match to the work to be done.
Advice to Management
If someone open a case, you should investigate and if proceed take actions. Bulling is a serious thing to just sweep it under the carpet specially when this had happened to more than one person.
I have been working at University of Edinburgh full-time (More than a year)
Modern facilities, reputable and knowledgeable lecturers (in Translation Studies Department) , very well-structured and organised on an administrative level, fantastic library.
Many lecturers (in Translation Studies Department) reluctant to spend much time advising students outside of class times.
I have been working at University of Edinburgh full-time
Nice working environment and flexibility
Salary is skinny and career progression is limited
I worked at University of Edinburgh full-time
The brand name attracts everyone
Some times the job descriptions do not match to the actual work to be done.
Staff have no respect for the staff lower in hierarchy.
I have been working at University of Edinburgh full-time (More than 5 years)
University reputation beyond what the school of engineering is capable of delivering.
School of Eng. too much dependant on EPSRC grants, and, hence to policies rendered by bureaucrats rather than scientific curiosity. Some SoE Dept.s under--perform. EE Dept. isolated from CS (Informatics) which is a serious shortcoming in this age.
Pretty good pay and other benefits
I have to live on short term contracts and often don't know if they are getting extended
I worked at University of Edinburgh (More than 5 years)
Good benefits, equal opportunities, good work life balance. Nice people to work with, in my experience.
Lots of bureaucracy, can be hard to make positive change, can feel stagnant really easily. Hard to progress.
I have been working at University of Edinburgh full-time (Less than a year)
flexible hours, good work/life balance
Lack of organisation and management, Serious health and safety issues
you get loads of support and development opportunities and HR is really helpful with all sorts of issues related to that.
fixed term contracts but that is just the way science works in general
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