University of Melbourne

  www.unimelb.edu.au
  www.unimelb.edu.au
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Current Employee - Coordinator in Melbourne (Australia)
Current Employee - Coordinator in Melbourne (Australia)

I have been working at University of Melbourne part-time (less than an year)

Pros

Access to great resources and information.

Cons

Lack of relationships, lack of 'team spirit'.

Doesn't Recommend
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at University of Melbourne

    Pros

    less practical and lot of political

    Cons

    Highly theoretical and no practical work

    No opinion of CEO
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    The University of Melbourne is an excellent place to learn that provides opportunities to join the academic staff

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    Former Employee - Casual Tutor in Melbourne (Australia)
    Former Employee - Casual Tutor in Melbourne (Australia)

    I worked at University of Melbourne

    Pros

    Rewarding work where performance emphasis and feedback loops are centred on student rating of satisfaction. Even in the casual tutor role Melbourne university rewards those with demonstrated dedication to teaching and provides plenty of opportunity to shoulder additional responsibility for those who desire it and demonstrate the capability. I would highly recommend this role to anyone fortunate enough to be considered for this position.

    Cons

    Although the recruitment process is selective and demanding, once recruited poor tutors receive minimal performance management despite poor teaching quality. It is possible to receive consistently poor rating without ever being coaching or receiving sanctions to improve.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    There is a gap with respect to continuous improvement of teaching quality. The university collects robust data on student satisfaction but does not capitalise this to its full extent by recognising 'star performers' and coaching underperformers

    Recommends
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