Good people, poorly managed; YMMV
Having both acquired my postgraduate degree and worked within the Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment school, I have seen the function of this faculty both from without and within.
The majority of the staff are satisfied with their roles, but management is difficult to communicate with and ignores many valid concerns of various workers, including insufficient DSE adaptation and office conditions.
The culture is good, with staff forming friendships and spending time together outside of work hours; though many lecturers consider themselves little more than teachers, with less research being undertaken than in many other institutions and a focus on filled seats and good survey scores.
Flexible hours, excellent benefits
Poor management, poor office space