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Post-doctoral Training Fellow in Radiotherapy & Imaging

The Institute of Cancer Research London, England

Division: Radiotherapy & Imaging Team: Radiother Phys Imaging Type of Contract: Fixed Term Length of Contract: 2 years Salary Range: £33,110 to… Glassdoor


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    It's not WHAT you know, it's WHO you know

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    I worked at The Institute of Cancer Research full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    The pros very much depend on what Team you are working in. Half the employees are extremely happy and satisfied. There is a good community spirit and organised social activities.

    Cons

    The other half of the employees are extremely unhappy. The Institute is hierarchical - there are Kings and there are minions. I worked there 3 years and I did not see one promotion. There is no upward movement allowed - the position you are hired in, will be the position you are in in 10 years. If your Team Leader leaves the institute, the whole team is made REDUNDANT

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    The Institute needs to get with the times. It's "Old Boy Network" (though they are positively discriminating women at the moment so it looks like they're "Modern")

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