RMIT University
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RMIT University Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Professor Alec Cameron
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $700m to $1.5bn (AUD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    RMIT University GPO Box ...
  • Link
    RMIT University website
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Rating is calculated based on 171 reviews and is evolving.



VOCATIONAL EDUCATION TEACHER-Part time in Melbourne City Centre VIC
on 20 July 2022
Nice people
Everyone is very helpful there. I always able to find the answer for my question from my workmate or manager. Most of the people enjoyed their work and they are all highly skilled and experience.
Analyst in Melbourne VIC
on 20 July 2022
Terrible management with rampant nepotism
Certain managers think they rule your life and do everything to make you feel miserable. No understanding and no support, just demands and unrealistic expectations. My previous manager at RMIT was fantastic but she left, so I got stuck with horrible management when I switched to a different department. Full of self-importance and attacks technically skilled people because of their lack of understanding.
Designer in Melbourne VIC
on 7 July 2022
Fun but a lot of re-work and not getting much done
Too much work in convincing rather than doing. Some great people, some good ideas, some really exciting opportunities just takes a lot of time to see things come to life.
Student Ambassador in Melbourne VIC
on 25 June 2022
Productive and fun place
Had a good team/manager helping me in my journey. Learned a lot of new skills and improved my current ones. Management help and support you at all times and always on hand for questions
Middle management in Melbourne
on 7 April 2022
Good people held back by unnecessary bureaucracy and too comfortable senior leadership that refuses to change.
I learned a lot at RMIT, didn't realise how much until I left. Great team and sometimes good work hampered by really highly governed and unnecessary processes, poor systems and poor senior leadership.Hours were like big 4 consultancy hours, without the prestige. Be ready to be given something at 4pm one day to be completed by 11am the next day because a DVC wants it. Not because it's actually business critical but because the place is so full of people that enjoy the power, control and authority. It's so totally under resourced that being good at your job means doing the work of 2 people, sometimes more. There are a few wonderful gems who care about people and their work life balance but unfortunately it isn't the executive team. If you can stick it out for a few years to get on your resume you'll be fine.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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

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It was a group interview focusing on group dynamics and behaviour

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