Great for full-time, horrible for part-time
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.