Coordinator MSc in Epileptology (Former Employee) – WEC, Medical School, Denmark Hill, SE5 9RS – 2 April 2017
It was fun working at Kings’ College London and it was great to have flexible hours. However, my salary did reflect my effort and professional commitment. In addition, for me, there was no prospect of career development; as I was not a medical Doctor. Furthermore, that MSc Course had too many two or three hours, p/a, Lecturers but did attract enough students to have continuity. Hence it was under severe supervision by the University of London and, as it seems, it was recently discontinued.
security/receptionist (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 30 March 2017
Working for Kings College has been a great experience i have learned a lot from meeting new people every day dealing with all different cultures. There is only one thing that lets kings down is the pay.
International Marketing Assistant (Former Employee) – London – 29 June 2016
KCL is not only a great univerisity to study at, but also its high-skilled international team is passionate about reaching good indicators of King's excellence. Work and life balance was always perceived.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – London – 15 April 2016
Brilliant study design and execution. Close contact with the designer of the clinical study (Professor at KCL), aiding in protocol amendments, Next of Kin contact, Liaison with GP and recruitment for the study, aiding with the most recent audit, GCP compliance with internal systems and external data received from several parties. Liaison with research nurses and Doctors (internal and external). Management extremely helpful and good guidance to staff who are / were not familiar with clinical trial executions. Each day has it challenges when dealing with external bodies such as GP surgeries, external staff some easier than others. Time management / constraints are always a priority. Documentation records are needed to be compliant with GCP / Ethics / MHRA protocols. SOP's followed strictly in compliance with the protocol and GCP requirements.
Post Doctoral Research Associate (Former Employee) – London, Strand – 1 February 2016
Working days are relaxed and enjoyable, ad as PDRA have full freedom and flexibility of time. I get a more physical in-dept view of material science research. This job is ruled by publishing that can become a huge problem, especially if important journals are targeted. However getting published is a good satisfaction. Congresses and conferences are also a very enjoyable part of our job.
Rugby Player (Former Employee) – London, ENG – 28 January 2016
training hard and learning some of the basic skill of playing rugby.And just enjoy what i you doing then eat right foods that you should be eating.i need to go out and interact with other people who's playing rugby with you.the most hardest part is training and the most enjoyable part is after the training that's eating alot and having fun with your friends.
Volunteer (Current Employee) – London, ENG – 3 January 2016
During a typical day I would firstly go around each room making sure medical equipment, such as syringes, were fully stocked. I would then sort out the linen cupboard as at times the hospital would get very busy and I'll be available to tidy up. Next I would put togther several information and welcome packs - filling together necessary documents for patients coming to the hospital. With the nurse's permission I would interact will young children and babies keeping them company. I learnt how to work quickly and independently as both nurses and doctors are busy with their patients to worry about if a volunteer has something to do or not. My co-workers were very friendly and gave me advice on what I should do or how to improve on my tasks.
Interaction with the babies and learning about the working environment in a hospital.