Administrative Officer (Former Employee) – Cape Town, Western Cape – 25 April 2019
The institution allowed for development and growth bur work progress lacked. Management structures show minimal diversity and the work culture also needs to vast improvement.
What i enjoyed about my employment period there was the fact that i could help students whom was in need- supporting them through accurate completion of application forms. I also enjoyed working with my immediate staff- since we worked as a team and the Manager also followed that pattern- all were treated the same- no levels.
Student assistant (Former Employee) – Stellenbosch, Western Cape – 15 April 2019
Would prepare practicals for electrical engineering students. Make sure that they understand fundamental requirements before and after the practicals. Give feed back to the lecture using information the students are reporting so that learning environment is made better for them
Part-time Senior Lecturer (Current Employee) – Stellenbosch, Western Cape – 13 April 2019
As a full-time employee, you will enjoy a great salary in one of the most beautiful towns in the world. Benefits are excellent.
However, part-time employment does not cover basic cost of living, often requires more hours than are actually paid for, and come with zero job security.
Furthermore, university structures systemically exclude part-time employees from management structures or decision making processes, so that part-time employees cannot take part in processes that influence their future work.
beautiful town, easy to get about, close to nearby attractions.
lack of benefits, lack of security, lack of respect for expertise.