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My manager was really amazing and supportive and helped me learn and grow throughout my time at Adelaide University. The work was consistent with the role. It was a great environment and work place culture.
Regular staff social events, excellent salary, supportive environment and a great location
Some coworkers were difficult to work with
i am a productive worker making sure to achieve best results and great satisfaction. I am also an ambitious and hard working person. I have some time for relaxation and playing sports also. I respect Authorities and believe in doing the right things.
The work duty is group coordinating and helping students in spoken Chinese and went through several spoken Chinese activities by following the instruction of the textbookin the course Chinese 1B tutorial.The most enjoyable part of the job is to see the students got improvement in their spoken Chinese and had fun in learning Chinese and getting to know more about Chinese culture.
I have experience in research and i have valide sientific articles and i have had ten years teaching experience in research methodology and faculty at Iran university
Faculty members at Iran azad university
Very reactive position. Totally relied on what came out of the VC's office. I worked for three VC's in the time I was there. Work was quite varied, filing, audio typing, formatting, records management, arranging travel, making tea and coffee for meetings, buying VIP gifts, organising couriers, registering foreign gifts received, collating meeting papers, reconciling credit cards, back-up reception. The PA/EA was very easy to work with.
Both staff and volunteers alike are always very friendly and approachable. Because these roles are made up of Volunteers, everyone has a common interest in what they're working towards and show uttermost enthusiasm to the dedicated job. Excellent support is always on hand, and many benefits are included with the voluntary work that makes the job worth doing.
Constantly opening opportunities, meet new people
the graduate centre offers several essential courses and workshops to maintain a high quality of research. the university is top-ranked for the research as well educational services. The city is also a good place to live.
a little bit lack of job security
I enjoyed my time teaching at the University of Adelaide but the current management are very poor and do not respect their staff. I managed a number of different courses and I enjoyed the travel that arose sometimes in my work.
Flexible working hours
management are bad