RMIT University
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RMIT University Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Martin Bean CBE
  • Founded
    1887
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $700m to $1.5bn (AUD)
  • Industry
    Education
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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 131 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Tutor of Mathematics & Statistics in Melbourne VIC
on 15 May 2021
Productive and reasonable
Excellent and corporative, I learned teamwork environment and diversity at workplace and the most enjoyable part of the job was cooperative and flexible
online course development in Carlton VIC
on 30 March 2021
Toxic environment where colleagues (not really) are ready to walk over another for self advancement.
The summary says it all. Although I found some really genuine people there, most left for the same reasons or had been there so long they were waiting for retirement. .
academic in Bundoora VIC
on 6 December 2020
A well thought of organisation but a draconian work load model
There are some very good things about working at RMIT. The student population is great to work with. Management structure is large with lots of middle managers so it is difficult to get a decision. You really need to know who to go to and you can get conflicting responses or no response at all. The teaching work load for an academic is huge and does not appear to be getting any better. They have lots of systems that do not communicate well with each other. Lots of change occurs impacting on work load as well and lots of reporting.
Professor in Melbourne
on 10 October 2020
depressing and rudderless
Glad i am now working elsewhere, the place has lost focus and is now non-caring. Reoaitring itself is confusing to staff. Money is spent in odd places and workloads is ever increasing
Bilingual ,Research Assistant in Melbourne City VIC
on 1 June 2020
Collaborative, supportive
Worked as a Bilingual Research Assistant, got comprehensive onboarding and job training. Received ongoing support during my job. Management was very supportive and cooperative.

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Interview insights

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Favourable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview Questions

Situational interviews: describe when you were responsible for change, faced a challenge, etc. Always have a good few illustrations of what makes you special.

Shared on 7 April 2018

It was a group interview focusing on group dynamics and behaviour

Shared on 2 October 2017
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