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16 days ago

Capital Projects Officer

University of Nottingham Nottingham, England

Candidates should be a member or probationer of a recognised professional institution(CIOB, RICS or RIBA) and have substantial relevant experience. A… universalJobmatch

14 days ago

Sports Centre Assistant

University of Nottingham Loughborough, England

The successful candidate will join a large and successful team who support a wide range of activities associated with the operation of a large… universalJobmatch

17 days ago

Research Technician

University of Nottingham Nottingham, England

The person appointed will carry out gene manipulation, predation evaluations with pathogenic gram negative bacteria and also microscopy studies on… universalJobmatch

30+ days ago

Clinical Associate Professor in Hepatology or Gastroenterology

University of Nottingham Nottingham, England

compatible with an academic role. Gastroenterology and Hepatology in Nottingham have a wide range of research opportunities and our aim is to…

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Professor David Greenaway
26 Ratings
  • It is a great organisation and you can work with capable and dedicated people, but there are many frustrations.

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    I have been working at University of Nottingham full-time (More than 8 years)


    Most of the people I work with are genuinely committed to Higher Education, the University, and working well with their team and are proud to work here.


    Pay is generally very good but reward for stronger performers is not great which is demotivating, nor is general support for staff good, and processes and systems are more a hinderance than a help, and it can take a lot of perseverance to get through them - though things are improving. Senior management aims to listens, but seem as constrained as anyone else in actually changing things for the better, and get it wrong as often as they get it right, and seem to be fairly inexperienced for the level of responsibility they are given.

    Advice to Management

    Acknowledge that just because you hold a more senior position does not mean you have a better solution to whatever the problem or challenge is.

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