I worked at University of Exeter part-time (More than a year)
Helpful staff, flexible schedules, great pay. This is a great way to meet people from all over the UK and the world, and to have fun while getting paid a pretty decent wage.
Oftentimes it can be boring, and there will be too many of you working any particular event. Additionally, traveling to jobs can be a hassle, specifically when it would be easiest to take a car rather than a train or bus.
Advice to Management
Increase the opportunities for student ambassadors, but also be more cognizant of when you're overstaffing various events.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at University of Exeter (Exeter, England (UK)).
I personally thought the short listing was done extremely quicky, I was asked to interview within 2 days from the date that I applied. On the day of the interview I was asked questions was panel of 3 individuals who were all from different departments but were related to the admissions process.
I did get offered the job but I declined it coz personally I felt the pay was way too low from what was being advertised. Id would seriously RECOMMEND to research the cost of living in exeter. Its the most expensive city to live in after London.
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