Security Officer (Former Employee) – all campuses – 12 November 2018
Employed for 17 years at NTU in Security role then management decided they didn't need hard working caring staff and was made redundant,not just myself but other good people,believe they regret it now ,Security and customer service management are poor and make bad decision,large turnover of staff and sickness says it all ,
Working at the Nottingham Trent University Library would be an honour to me since I love reading novels and novels that history based and since Nottingham Trent University has very good facilities such as the boots library, I would like to work in that very prestigious workplace.
Cleaner (part-time) (Former Employee) – Nottingham – 29 May 2018
my typical day at work would be cleaning students rooms whilst there where studying it would involve hooving, cleaning windows,empty bins, polishing tables, it was hard at time as we only had 7 minutes per a room and at times its challenging as students belonging where in there rooms. the best part of the job was working in a team and also individually.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – All campuses – 17 May 2018
Shift pattern is terrible, very poor work/life balance. Management are directorial. The organisation does not care about their employees well-being, even though on the surface they appear to. Don't touch them.
team leader (Former Employee) – Nottingham – 14 May 2018
I learnt a lot of new skills that couldn't be gained elsewhere as I was able to work with lots of different people and have a chance to get involved with helping them in a way that would benefit them positively.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – CITY – 23 April 2018
Very poor management do not care about the staff get rid of people very easily no interest in there welfare,they employ you at one place on certain hours and then try and move you around and work longer hours,the shift pattern is the worst I have ever seen.
Reception Officer (Former Employee) – Nottingham – 7 April 2018
I worked as a Reception Officer and was the first point of contact for students/visitors. The structure was fantastic and everything was in order. Relevant protocols were in place to protect staff, students and delegates.
Great to work alongside the University I am currently attending. Great job for students who are doing their degree and are looking for work on the side. Always understandable of degree deadlines and having to change working hours where necessary.
Consumer Behaviour Lecturer (UK) (Former Employee) – Nottingham, England – 27 March 2018
Working at Nottingham Trent was an unplanned venture, as I just completed my master's degree and was invited to an interview. The interview process was informal and comfortable, overall the hiring process was fairly quick. I was employed as a contacted lecturer in the fashion MA program (FMMC), paid per hour for lecturing and marking. I found the pay to be appropriate, however hours were limited. I recommend this university to any academic, or any recent graduate who would like to pursue academia as a career. Internally there are opportunities for side research projects, which may or may not be funded. Also in terms of creating work, depending on your manage you have a lot of freedom in creating your own lesson plans and presentations.
Collaboration; management; work hours of HPL; wages
Could also be work hours of HPL; Does not sponsor UK work visa;
Student Ambassador (Current Employee) – Nottingham – 10 March 2018
The jobs range from working on open days giving tours and directing prospective students around campus, to conducting post offer phone calls and bag packing. I have become more confidant during my time in this role at speaking in front of large crowds. The jobs are fun and easy going however it can sometimes be rather cold during winter open days. The flexibility to fit work round my studies is second to none and the pay is competitive.
Front of house photographer for Nottingham Trent University fashion students
Nottingham Fashion Week-photographer and writer (Former Employee) – Nottingham – 1 March 2018
I shot the garments and catwalk of first and second year student at Nottingham Trent University. I interacted with the designer so I understood the concept behind their garment which then made it easier to shoot the editorial and therefore tell a story.