SENIOR SYSTEMS OFFICER (Former Employee) – Uxbridge – 24 October 2018
My days at work consisted of building towards a project often involving a change of service. I had full autonomy. Hardest part of the job was IT not being totally aligned with the business - and a siloed environment but that is all changing hopefully .
Enjoyable part of the job were the people and colleagues. Very kind and fun.
Fun and educational institution
Some managers have been there for too long - too comfortable and a bit of an old boys club
MBA General Management (Former Employee) – London – 24 November 2018
It was a satifactory experience that allowed me to work on my projects and learn about many companies in the UK. A tight collaboration with one of them developed my professional network and sustain my innovative ideas.
Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – London – 3 October 2018
it was a great place to work at, never had any problems and had a very nice time in group with all the other employers. I will decently would repeat another year working at Brunel and probably everyone that has worked there.
Senior PAL Leader (Former Employee) – Brunel University – 15 July 2018
fun, easy going work place.. felt like a social environment rather than work. interacting with students and lecturers good opportunity to meet new people and network. balanced around studies and other commitments.
good pay, sometimes free snacks and works around timetable
Resident Handy Man (Former Employee) – Uxbridge – 12 July 2018
. In a working environment I always seek to carry out tasks with the minimum of inconvenience, keeping within set deadlines thereby giving an excellent level of customer service. As well as being able to guide and motivate my colleagues, I am a swift hands on worker with a very keen eye for detail.
Barista (Former Employee) – Brunel University – 28 May 2018
The managers continued miscommunication about intended roles lead to being placed in the wrong cafe on campus all year. I applied in September, got hired in November and then didn't get given regular shifts at any point throughout the terms.
Porter (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 16 August 2017
Typical day of work was fine, there was no problems, i didn't learn much at Brunel, all i was doing was clearing the heavy things that students had left behind, management was horrible, they had no idea what any of us were there to do, also hired way too many employees, which lead to them firing us all due to lack of work, there wasn't anything particularly hard about the job, nor was there much enjoyable, the best part was just getting on with the work.
Cleaner (part-time) (Former Employee) – uxbridge – 4 May 2017
I worked at brunel unversity as a team player doing cleaning student halls . doing there rooms , kitchen toliet . shower , stairs, other cleaning place to do. i injoyed worked in a part of the job. i fine it easy to work the management were all right to work for i worked there for 4 years i only left my to bring up my childern they are grown up now so i can worked again
Part-Time Counselling Service Administrator (Former Employee) – Uxbridge, UK – 8 April 2017
Mainly entails making appointments for the students who look for the counselling services, advertise the service in the campus, take minutes of meetings and distribute correspondence. Monitoring the stationary cupboard.
Residences Mentor (Current Employee) – Uxbridge, Greater London – 7 April 2017
Act as a role model in order to positively impact on student’s wellbeing Assist and lead in planning events for the students, develop and promote initiatives which encourage and involve the student community. Proactively communicate between students, the University, the student union, the University’s stakeholders and business partners. Provide guidance support to a diverse range of students’ needs.