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16 questions about working at RMIT University
RMIT University as a whole offers many opportunities to further your personal development. If you work for some of the Vocational Schools, you tend to be treated as a second class citizen by management and the executives. They will often expect you to work on things you are not paid for. If you are a union member and learn you EBA well, you can make the most of t.
Answered 2 October 2017
Professional attire
Answered 11 May 2017
Exec expectations that we can do it all with not enough people. They cannot prioritise, everything is deemed urgent.
Answered 26 April 2019
Very flexible work environment. Multiple locations across Melbourne. Opportunity to work OS in RMIT universities. High growth industry (-current COVID19 situation)
Answered 7 April 2018
37 hours a week
Answered 17 January 2018
I do like working at RMIT University because first and foremost the flexibility of the work environment and cooperative teamwork, secondly I am a student from RMIT University, Department of Mathematical Sciences (Statistics and Operation Research) from Master Degree to Ph.D. levels, I love the RMIT University and its people, I wish if I could get a job there
Answered 11 May 2017
Yes, they even provide you with the necessary set up delivered straight to your house
Answered 7 July 2022
No there is no discounts
Answered 12 December 2017
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