Office of Academic Registrar Group (Former Employee) – Melbourne City Centre VIC – 17 January 2018
There are some fantastic people there. The portfolio I worked in lacked leadership from the top down. People management and professional development in particular was poor. The group did not exhibit the values it publishes. There did not seem to be a focus/commitment on where the organisation is heading.
lack of leadership, poor people management, lack of consistency
in a typical day, I will greet and students and put them in ques to resolve any concern. If the concerns can be resolved with my assistance, then I'll do it. I get encouragement and appreciation from my employer for doing a good job and get positive feedback too.
Cleaner (Current Employee) – Melbourne City Centre VIC – 5 July 2017
Working during night sometimes can be hard, but cleaning for GJK at RMIT University is a good experience since I could show my skills and knoledge. I could teach others how to do things well, and how important is stay alert at every single detail.
Enjoyed the challenges working for a great institution such as RMIT. The role had me working with both local and international students and across various disciplines. My career path was planning, therefore the change
Various Academic Administration positions (Former Employee) – Melbourne CBD – 20 February 2017
Senior Management in the College of Business are probably the most unprofessional people I had the mispleasure of working for. All trying to outdo each other and making it unbearable for those working for them.
Other areas of the University seem to be a much nicer environment.
Working with skillful and fun loving workmates is the part of this job. Excellent time management and team coordination are key skills required for this job. Co-workers are young highly motivated, very helpful, polite, happy and hard working individuals. Working under restricted time-frame get hard sometimes. Every part of this job is fun and enjoyable.