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“Love Bristol, and the location of the University, but little room to develop career futher”

I love living in Bristol, it's a great city to live in. The University is in a central part of the city too which is beneficial. The University offers its staff a decent pension, alongside a relatively good renumeration package. The relocation packages can be good also. Staff turnaround is low.

Contract workers can find themselves overwhelmed by paperwork. There is a lot of changes implemented by management but not a lot of support, especially for contractors. Redundancy is offered at a statutory minimum. Internal promotions are not as common as they should be, external applicants seem to be favoured.

Housing nearby can be overpriced and the quality varies hugely. There is also no parking available at the University for staff due to it's central location.

“Great location, great campus, good working environment”

Bristol is a really nice city to live and work in and the university campus is sited right in the centre of town Remuneration is okay and there is a reasonable pension benefit on top If you need to relocate to work here they offer some help with that Good working environment and generally people who work here don't look to leave in a hurry

Too much dependence on contract workers, and they are not given enough development support or careers advice A lot of energy is expended on management change schemes Recruitment for the best jobs is almost never done internally Living costs are pretty high particularly accommodation which is not always the best either

Lovely central location in Bristol, no parking

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Research Associate in Applied Mathematics
£33,797 - £38,017 per annum - Bristol
Senior Research Associate / Research Associate in QET Labs
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Research Associate/Senior Research Associate in Quantum Computing Theory
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EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellowships 2020
£33,797 p.a. and a grant of £10,000 for project costs - Bristol
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Computer Vision
£38,017 - £59,135 per annum - Bristol
RESEARCH SUPPORT ASSISTANT IN MIXED METHODS RESEARCH
£30,046-£33,707 per annum - Bristol
Research Associate/Senior Research Associate
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The University is globally renowned for the high quality of its teaching and for its leading edge research. Places at Bristol are among the most sought after in the UK. The University is characterised as: * operating at the leading edge of research to address key global issues * educating many of tomorrow's leaders * a member of the Worldwide Universities Network and of the Russell Group of universities.

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