Lab researcher (Former Employee) – County Antrim – 22 December 2018
I also have a positive attitude that can provide a better working environment for my peers. I also would like to get experience to further my knowledge to gained ‘softer’ employability skills and specific technical skills. I also hope to accelerate personal maturity, self-awareness and ability to express my skills and achievements.
Teaching Fellow, School of Management (Former Employee) – County Antrim – 2 October 2018
A good place to work . A typical day involved preparation and delivery of lectures. A lot of time was devoted to looking after the needs of part-time students. The most enjoyable part of the job was engagement with students and staff.
Head of Events for Society (Former Employee) – Belfast – 12 July 2018
I was Head of Events for a society ran by Queen's University from September 2017 - June 2018. I was responsible for organising events. The hardest part of the job was ensuring that management above me were aware of future planning.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – County Antrim – 27 November 2017
As with any university each department and it's culture is different but in the engineering dept. where I was working it was relatively sane. There was good support both technical and academic as well as a very liberal policy as to how and when you carried out your work. As long as you did your job satisfactorily you were left alone to get on with it which to some people such as myself is a very important consideration. I cannot really comment on the other aspects of the institution as I had minimal contact with then during my time there.
I found this a rewarding volunteer experience welcoming the first years into our university and being a friendly face to welcome them. My day included - Taking prospective students on tours - Communicating with both prospective students and their parents - Providing a positive customer service and university experience
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Belfast, NIR – 3 February 2016
Working as a Research Assistant at Queen's University allowed me to further develop skills obtained during undergraduate and postgraduate studies. A typical day involved either collecting and/or examining large datasets.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Belfast Northern Ireland – 22 October 2015
Relaxed, fun environment that invests time in their employees. The staff are friendly and eager to help. There are many different areas to work in, so you can expand your knowledge and try something different.