Je travaille chez University of Kent à plein temps (Pendant plus de 5 ans)
My 2 bosses are brilliant: supportive, competent and hard-working. Most colleagues are nice and helpful (you always get the one...). Occupational Health and my managers were very supportive when I had to be on sick leave for several months and have been so since I've returned to work. This is so reassuring and makes you want go the extra mile!
No cons from my point of view.
J'ai postulé en ligne. J'ai passé une entrevue à University of Kent (Cantorbéry, Angleterre (Royaume-Uni)).
Interview involved a presentation to the full department, followed by questions, and then lunch, followed by an hour with the interview panel. Questions focused on my research, my teaching experience, my plans for publication. Everyone was very civilised and friendly - had one or two quite sharp questions after my presentation but not in the interview itself. You get a chance to meet the other candidates too, at lunch, so that's a bit strange - everyone being super-friendly but thinking 'am I more or less likely to get the job than this person?'
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