Queen's University Careers and Employment
Work happinessScores based on about 24 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
- Company size5,001 to 10,000
- Revenue$650m to $1bn (CAD)
- HeadquartersKingston, CA
Queen's University at Kingston is a public research university located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Founded on 16 October 1841, the university predated the founding of Canada by 26 years.
Salary estimated from 1.7K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Good learning institution, good reputation and campus and fun student atmosphere. Good amount of resources available to students and staff, with a long history.
I'm happy to have been a part of Queen's. I'd recommend employment here to anyone. I could advance through my whole career here in marketing and communications.
Flexible work, doesn't pay great, whether you get the job or not depends on who you know and if they like you. Very little in the way of training, collaboration, or faculty support. If the course you teach is designed well - it is highly enjoyable. If it is not designed well - not so enjoyable. No culture to speak of.
Generally, it is a great place for young professionals to work and gain experience. Kingston is a small but quiet town, also great for families with small kids.
Pleasant experience working here, but management can be slow or uninterested in responding to complaints or concerns. Pay is pretty bad, especially if you are in a non-unionized position.
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People have asked 26 questions about working at Queen's University. See the answers, explore popular topics, and discover unique insights from Queen's University employees.
Insights from 82 Indeed users who have interviewed with Queen's University within the last 5 years.
Questions were fair and behavioral. If you can explain how your skills are transferable to their requirements, you should be fine. No curveballs
Your knowledge of Microsoft Office and online meeting software like Zoom and Teams. Your availability. Your flexibility.
Your teaching philosophy, your past experience, educational qualifications, and very specific about references. You must provide references from supervisors who DIRECTLY witnessed you teaching
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