Researcher (Current Employee) – Guildford – 18 May 2018
Excellent support from management and administration. Good team of researchers and supportive supervisors. A lot of bureaucratic procedures to comply with at the beginning, but after the initial period it ceases to be an issue.
Admissions and Recruitment Advisor (Former Employee) – Surrey – 7 May 2018
Great company to work for. Work life balance are respected and even encouraged. Salary and benefits are fair. Jobs seem secure. Challenges regarding advancement. Managment are kind and understanding but also push you to do your best
Tour Guide (Former Employee) – Guildford, Surrey – 21 September 2017
Easy work as it's in my daily environment, therefore i know all the staff and the my co-workers. The hours are flexible and i am called in whenever i am needed, therefore i am normally able to make all sessions.
familiar environment, good pay, friendly co workers
Student Ambassador (Current Employee) – Surrey – 27 August 2017
It was nice and I really enjoy it. The seniors are kind and helpful, especially when it comes to something that I never done before. I previously do not have any work experience, so with their help... I studied a lot.
University of Surrey has given me the required skills to go forward in life and achieve the ambitious targets I have set for myself. In addition I have formed life long relationships here and can not speak highly enough of it
Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (Current Employee) – Guildford, Surrey – 28 June 2017
challenging, vibrant, inclusive supportive workplace culture great at developing people. The hardest part of my job is that it is 24/7 and not much funding. the most enjoyable is that it is international
flexible working, great annual leave
too slow to change the cuture when change is needed
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Guildford – 6 November 2016
A problem shared is a problem halved. Talk to us about what triggers stress in your workplace. Let us help you love your Monday mornings.Attracts down to earth and friendly people to work with but it isn't always for everybody. Great teamwork culture, and also looks after valuable staff well.
low pay, poor culture, overly administered and chaotic executive decisions. Large turnaround on admin staff, brain drain in academic staff in 2015. Student body ever expanding while quality slips in all other areas.
Research Technician (Materials Laboratory) (Current Employee) – Guildford – 4 May 2016
Manage the Materials and Chemical Laboratories in the Advanced Technology Institute at the University of Surrey. Job role is wide ranging but centres around assisting PhD students and research associates carry out their work. This includes providing training and advice on equipment, ensuring health and safety standards are met in the laboratory, and working in a small technical team to aid in the running of other laboratories.