University of Melbourne
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University of Melbourne Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1853
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1.5bn to $7bn (AUD)
  • Industry
    Education
  • Headquarters
    The University of Melbourne Victoria 3010
  • Link
    University of Melbourne website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 115 reviews and is evolving.

4.5320184.4720193.7620204.002022

Reviews

Network Engineer in Mebourne, Australia
on 15 April 2022
A relaxed, supportive, great learning workplace
A very relaxed culture. Team stands by each other. No politics. Manager supports learning of new technologies. Work-life balance is more tilted towards life.
Lecturer in Melbourne VIC
on 4 May 2022
It morphed from a strong sense of community to a corporate monolith
When I began as an academic in the late 90s it was such a fun place to work and there was a lot of administrative support to assist with teaching and more personalised support for students. Staff in my area freely connected and collaborated and teaching was reasonably well regarded, which says a lot. It has gradually succumbed to 'brand over substance', research over teaching and real estate over people. Many layers of frontline support for students have gone and been replaced with automated processes and middle management. When I left after 20 years it felt more like a bank than an educational institution- and this might suit some people, but not me. University websites are clunky and hard to navigate, big on glossy pictures and hard to extract specific information. Melbourne's website is one of these and it's symbolic of how it runs. It's IT support is incredibly understaffed for the sheer volume of equipment and locations. Good things : you will find really lovely people in both teaching and administration (called 'professional' at uni). I always enjoyed working with students. The campuses have a nice physical environment and are well connected to public transport. Great libraries and librarians. Good superannuation.
Project Manager in Parkville VIC
on 15 February 2022
Opportunity to immerse and witness large scale projects
Good place needs more training should promote more cross team collaborationCan be under the pump and gives exposure to working with different project teams
Director in Melbourne
on 24 October 2020
Worst place I’ve ever worked avoid it
Worst university I ever worked in and I’ve worked at 7. I was a senior manager, micromanagement, fear of authority, people lied about me and HR accepted it I had to get lawyers in the end to protect myself and my job/career they allowed bullying participated in it at a high level DVC level, professionally unethical classist and elitist
HR Assist in Parkville VIC
on 16 September 2020
HR Assist
My responsibilities include providing advice, guidance, and support services for human resources processes, policies, and, procedures for the employees who are currently working or worked with the University of Melbourne with a primary focus on transactional processing in Themis HR, including but not limited to on-boarding of the continuing staff, casual staff appointments, and Honorary/Visitor appointments.In addition, I also worked closely with the Finance and HR Relationship Group to provide exceptional customer service and contribute to ongoing service and process improvement activities.

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