Working at University of the Western Cape: Company Overview and Reviews in South Africa

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University of the Western Cape
4,1
171 reviews
University of the Western Cape, ZA Ratings
4,1
Average rating of 171 reviews on Indeed
4,1Work-Life Balance
3,1Pay & Benefits
3,4Job Security & Advancement
3,7Management
3,9Culture
Headquarters
Cape Town
Employees
501 to 1,000
Revenue
Unknown

Popular jobs at University of the Western Cape in South Africa

 Average SalarySalary Range
1 salary reported
R 35,00
per hour
R 17,50-R 52,50
2 salaries reported
R 71,50
per hour
R 35,75-R 200,00
1 salary reported
R 400
per week
R 200-R 600
1 salary reported
R 14 000
per month
R 7 000-R 21 000
2 salaries reported
R 16 500
per month
R 2 800-R 36 000
Salary Satisfaction
75%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay, in South Africa
Based on 154 reviews

University of the Western Cape Reviews

Overall Reviews at University of the Western Cape

4,0
Laboratory Demonstrator | Bellville, Western Cape | 17 Jul 2021
Growth but not productive
I work as a tutor and it's part of my work-study programme since I'm also a student there. The university rates are fine but the department is not paying enough. The working environment is relaxed and flexible but the money is not enough.
ProsRelaxed environment
ConsLow paying rates
4,0
Tutor | Cape Town, Western Cape | 05 Jun 2017
Fun workplace
I enjoyed being working with students to solve environmental and water related issues. I learnt that it is important to manage time and dedicating your self to help people.
ProsHaving fun with collegues during and after work
3,0
Tutor | Cape Town, Western Cape | 14 Jun 2016
It was a good place because I have learned a lot from working there
I had a lot of fun because, Tutoring was kind of a part time job for me to assist me while I finish my studies and it helped me keep up to date with the curriculum. Therefore, I would say that I actually benefited may be more that certain student that I was tutoring.
ProsWorked with undertandable people and
Consno benefit, may be it was because we were not consider as normal employees.
4,0
Conference Coordinator | Bellville, Western Cape | 22 Apr 2014
Interesting place & always learning.
Management is great Learnt so much & learning everyday The challenging part is dealing with issues from our clients
ProsGreat benefits
ConsSalaries questionable
4,0
Post-doctoral Fellow | Cape Town, Western Cape | 19 Oct 2016
Productive Work environment
The University of the Western Cape is a fantastic establishment at which to work and conduct research. This previously disadvantaged university is fast becoming a leader in many aspect of science and teaching. The people are all friendly and helpful. This is an environment were people focus on getting work done. Being a previously disadvantaged university means that one really feels like one is making a difference in people's lives.
ProsExceptional facilities
4,0
Instructional Designer | Cape Town, Western Cape | 18 Jul 2013
Productive and goal orientated
A typical day at work is when I have to trained staff and students; content developer and quality assurance (proof reading material); staff meeting; office management; testing sites and new equipment or software and planning training sessions. I learn manage student assistants and office assets. I enjoy to work independently as well as in a team to share ideas. The hardest part of my job is when I have too much overlapping due tasks in a small space of time but I enjoy its challenge as it bring my multi-task skills into action. The most enjoyable part of my job is when I manage to meet due date in time; deliver a quality and professional training; developed a meaningful learning material and being able to transform technophobic users to a champion users of technology and multi-media tools.
ProsTraveling allowance when one attends work related conferences and staff study allowance
ConsNo Lunch-time: Sometimes due to work demand
5,0
Mentor | Cape Town, Western Cape | 22 Jan 2020
mentor
I was mentoring first year students and helping them adjust to university life. I gained alot of skills through the programme. I learnt to have good communication, listening leadership skills.
5,0
Project Manager | Bellville, Western Cape | 13 Feb 2018
Very Dynamic, Ever changing
I had to absorb so much in the 3 months I did my experiential training and was exposed to so many processes from minute taking to implementation and budget control The work place culture was very much process driven.
ProsNone
ConsNone
3,0
Junior Lecturer | Cape Town, Western Cape | 12 Feb 2018
Work in Progress
A good place to work and to grow. Staff are very concerned and caring. I learn all the time and there are always challenges that one needs to over come. The most enjoyable part is the fact that nobody really gets angry or abrupt as more than likely they are your research supervisors.
ProsVery compatible working environment
Conslimited advancement
4,0
Counselor | Cape Town, Western Cape | 13 Jul 2016
Raising awareness
Being an AIDS Activist for 22 years, sharing my experiences, raising awareness on/off campus with local and international students.
Prosmeetings off campus
Consworking in the evenings, doing HIV Counseling at residences

Questions And Answers about University of the Western Cape

What should you wear to an interview at University of the Western Cape?
Asked 16 Jan 2018
Your normal clothes like black and white but not too tidy
Answered 10 Jun 2019
Your normal clothes.
Answered 29 Nov 2018
What are the working hours at University of the Western Cape?
Asked 27 Sep 2018
Flexible as a rule.
Answered 04 Jan 2019
40 HOURS per month
Answered 13 Nov 2018
What are the perks offered by University of the Western Cape?
Asked 27 Jul 2017
Good monthly salary Re-location fee Medical Aid benefit Pension Fund
Answered 21 Apr 2018
Good working atmosphere
Answered 16 Jan 2018
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at University of the Western Cape? What are the steps along the way?
Asked 18 May 2017
By registering yourself on their hr website
Answered 05 Dec 2017
By looking on their website called thetha notice board where they always advertise their vacancies
Answered 27 Jul 2017
What is the interview process like at University of the Western Cape?
Asked 13 Mar 2017
Easy just know your work
Answered 26 Nov 2021
PRACTICAL INTERVIEW SINCE IT WAS A COMPUTER TUTORING
Answered 18 May 2017