Cape Peninsula University of Technology Employee Reviews
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my job as research it was quite interesting because you deal with different kind of people on daily basis and give me exposure on academic writing and your findings must be accurate and working with different management can be hectic because the is to much accountability but interacting with people is the most part i enjoy it
alot of pressure
On the 04 March 2019 i was instructed to setup the lab where i have to configure and connect the router,switch to the workstations to make sure they access the server .I have learned how to work Communication as team.I did some admin work as i had to document all the steps and configurations i did for setup the workstations.It was fair although it was challenging. I found some difficulties where the connection to the Server was keep on breaking down. I real enjoy the part of configuring the switch and the router as well as being control of the server.
Management is non-existent, no job security, academic staff treated with disregard. Even though I left the institute under amicable conditions, they refused to provide any form of references for future employers. Students are treated with no regard whatsoever, and is only seen as an income.
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On a daily basis I made sure of network connectivity of all PCs, diagnose and troubleshoot the network. Great management. Fast-paced and competitive work environment. Hardest part of the job was leaving the workplace as it felt like home. Enjoyable part was working with my team and sharing ideas with them. It taught me team work and giving other people a chance.
Provided a lot of growth in terms of certain skills for a person, practical experience of how to run, adapt and work in an everyday growing sport environment.
Im a hard working person and im that person who is willing to learn new things.And also i work under pressure ,working at Cape Peninular university of Technology helped me to interact with people peacefullyAnd i always get the job done i do not leave work undone,i make sure it 's done
The time i was working at CPUT i was still a student so during my shifts i would do my assignments while i was on duty.It is the kind of an environment that is best suitable for student who are finacially needy more specifically for student who are geographically dispersed from their parents.