It has a very good workplace culture and productive
Visiting Scientist Visitor Number V (Former Employee) – Western Australia – 12 February 2018
This is one of the top eight universities in Australia. It has strong working facilities to conduct scientific experiments. Scientiests from different countries work here and it is a very chance to share new ideas and technologies.
Teacher (Former Employee) – Nedlands WA – 6 February 2018
The staff were all very helpful and friendly and the environment was conducive of professional development. It was hard because their sessional contracts were very short (5 weeks from memory) and one never knew if there was going to be work after each contract. As I needed something more reliable, I went back to my old employer.
Estágio proveitoso no Centre for Marine Futures, com projeto utilizado para apresentação de TCC para Bacharelado em Biologia. Estágio com duração de 6,5 meses, em uma instituição de alto nível, com ótima infraestrutura para pesquisa. Ótima supervisão. Equipe bem integrada, sempre focada em resultados.
Research Associate (Current Employee) – Perth, Western Australia – 22 January 2017
School of electrical and electronics engineering in the university of Western Australia has wide range of semiconductor fabrication facilities and faculty working here are friendly and helpful for the betterment of the individual who works under their supervision.
Functions officer (Former Employee) – Perth WA – 16 May 2016
Day to day operations were enjoyable you had a good mix of very busy times and down times. You were afforded a good working home life balance. My co workers were a pleasure to work with , and still maintain contact.
Best opportunity to learn and share my passion for business analytics
Tutor Business Intelligence (Current Employee) – Perth, WA – 29 September 2015
I am my own manager. I create content according to my Lecturer objectives, but form then on, my job is to create content that will appeal to our postgraduate students. What I enjoy the most is mixing my previous business experience with state of the art business intelligence tools. The most difficult part of the job is keeping up to date with new releases on all the software tools I teach. The most rewarding part of the job is watching how students grow through the semester. I specifically focus on developing their critical and analytical skills.
I know how to use many business intelligence tools.
Sometimes I am asked to changed Lab material overnight.
Stagiaire (Former Employee) – Perth, Western Australia – 18 July 2015
Les journées de travails pouvaient être de différents types. Je pouvais soit travailler sur mon projet principal soit aider mes collègues dans leurs expériences ou participer à des expériences de terrain. J'ai ainsi acquis de nombreuses compétences annexes.
Personal Assistant (Current Employee) – School of Psychology – 21 November 2014
Until this week I was the Personal Assistant to the Head of School of Psychology. This position has now been made redundant and I am now on re-deployment.
I have excellent time management skills as well as organisational skills which are required in looking after a Head of School.
Prior to this role, I worked within Student Affairs giving course advice, looking after student enrolments, and also was an Executive Officer to several committees.
I enjoy the interaction with students and also working in the Marketing area. I am customer focussed with an outgoing personality.
I have organised several large events in the School of Psychology as well as the Faculty of Engineering's Prize Giving Ceremony. I was also the co-ordinator of the website for the School of Psychology. I maintained, updated and compiled new web pages for the school.
The main challenge of my job is to keep the academics on track and make the required deadlines of the School.
Fairway Ambassador (Current Employee) – Perth, WA – 22 October 2014
When I do work during summer school of winter school, I start early and attend a briefing with the coordinator to find oput the program of the day. Further I the assemble students that I'm in charge of to ensure everyone is well and present. Then we from there we join everyone as the coordinator explains what is going to happen throughout the day. When start with the day's program.
The hardest part of the job is ensuring everyone's safety and maximum gain of the day's program. The most enjoyable part is getting to meet different students who have different and fascinating careers aspirations. My co-workers are fellow students at the University and the most fun bit about it is there are those who have been in the program longer others so assistance is always available when needed.
Intelligent, honest and cooperative working environment generally
Research Officer/ Project Officer (Former Employee) – Perth WA – 17 January 2013
When I was involved in research, I spent a lot of time in the field establishing, maintaining and monitoring crop trials and recording observations. Other times, I was involved in lab work or in the office, on the computer entering data and writing reports. I learnt to set up field trials. This included site preparation, ongoing maintenance of the trial plots, spraying programs, applications of fertilizers and harvesting. Later when I was employed as a Project Officer, I was involved in administration which included budgeting. I learnt the different software programs used by UWA in their administrative procedures. Generally, I found my co-workers to be helpful, pleasant and knowledgeable. Sometimes working in research in the field can be physically hard and the work has to be done whatever the weather. However, I enjoyed the opportunities of being outside.
freedom to do the work at my own pace.
sometimes trials were in remote locations, requiring a lot of driving, consequentially involving long hours.