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University of Otago Employee Review

Research, Analysis and Administration

4.0
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11 October 2013
- Administration based tasks, computer, filing, scanning, photocopying, communicating with students and academic staff, management meetings, managing junior staff, research based tasks such as running participants, preparing project materials, analysis of data
- Management of staff, preparing for meetings, working as a team, tight deadlines

- Great team environment with hard working co-workers

- None, enjoyed every aspect of the job

- Working with an enthusiastic team and helping students.
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5.0
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3.0
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
Culture
Pros
Great team environment doing interesting research
Cons
None
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