Manchester Metropolitan University - Good Place to Work
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 12 June 2018
Worked at Manchester Metropolitan University as a temporary Executive Assistant for 8 weeks back in October 2017. Very nice place to work. Overall staff are very friendly and the working atmosphere is very good. Overall enjoyed my time at Manchester Metropolitan University. If another opportunity came up to work at Manchester Metropolitan University I would definitely take up the offer.
Student Ambassador (Current Employee) – Manchester Metropolitan University – 17 April 2018
The student ambassador scheme has helped me work on my communication skills and come out of my shell. It has given me a wide variety of skills and experiences and has really helped me become more versatile when it comes to thinking about how I fit into a team. I like the flexibility and the relaxed nature of the role, it means that I can balance work with my busy academic schedule.
Student Ambassador (Former Employee) – Manchester Central – 7 March 2018
Very enjoyable experience working with all sorts of people across the university. I enjoyed speaking to lots of new potential students and their parents on open days, talking about my experience at uni so far and what they can expect. The hourly rate was approximately £8.40 which was very good for a first year student and definitely made it worthwhile. Really enjoyed being a student ambassador, would 100% do it again and would 100% recommend it to current and future students at MMU.
excellent pay, free lunch, looks good on your CV
9-hour days and stood out in the cold sometimes but its worth it for the pros.
Associate Lecturer (Current Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 3 March 2018
A place where colleagues matter a lot - I have no doubt a great place to work where you are looked after by the team. A flexible, employee friendly place to work. Opportunities are given to the right people at the right time.
Peer mentor (Current Employee) – Manchester Metropolitan University – 2 November 2017
Typically as a peer mentor I would supervise a classroom of students and help them settle into university life and deal with any course related queries they may have. I've learned how to mentor people both my age and older, which I previously haven't done. The most rewarding part of the job is knowing that the students feel comfortable around me. It makes me feel as though I have done my job well as I am supposed to be someone who the students are able to come to.
Security Patrol Officer (Current Employee) – Manchester – 10 September 2017
A typical day for me at work would include carrying out cash runs patrolling the campus. The management are ok, the workplace culture is varied with people working there from many different backgrounds. The hardest part of my job is dealing with various incidents that can occurand the most enjoyable part is when people tell you how much they appreciate what you do for them.
Associate Lecturer (Current Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 19 August 2017
Enjoy teaching the dental technology students, sharing my experience of working in the profession for over 35 years. I appreciate the hard working students and gain from the job satisfaction when they graduate.
Math Mentor (Former Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 9 August 2017
My role was mainly dealing with first year students, working alongside a lecturer. There were a few sessions through the week.
My role involved dealing with quantitative analysis and was a good opportunity to in part knowledge I had learnt previously to support students with their exam preparation. the hours were relatively flexible and the work environment was relaxing.
Student Ambassador (Former Employee) – Manchester – 1 August 2017
A great role for first year students to undertake as it helps to get familiar with the campus as well as meet lots of different people, being a student ambassador is also a very fun role as you are always doing something different and it takes you out of your shell and comfort zone.
Meeting people from a variety of different courses