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Assistant Curator (ESCALA and Art Collections)

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Department
The Library and Cultural Services Section has responsibility for Library Services, Special Collections and Archives, the ESCALA and University Art Collections, the Art Exchange Gallery and the Lakeside Theatre. At the University of Essex, we take a bold view of art and ideas. We are the home of two art collections: the Essex Collection of Art from Latin America (ESCALA), the University’s unique collection of Latin American art, with over 750 works dating largely from the 1960s to the present, and the University of Essex art collection which contains works by leading artists such as Christopher Wood, Francisco Goya, Alfred Wallis, David Hockney, and Henri Gaudier-Brzeska. In addition, our Colchester campus is home to Art Exchange – a space where art, artists, and audiences meet. Our programme of exhibitions, talks and events creates a platform for ideas to be exchanged and connections to be made.
Duties of the Role
This is an exciting opportunity to assist with the management of two major art collections and contribute to the development and delivery of academic and research support services at the University of Essex Library. The Assistant Curator is responsible for the care, management, and promotion of the University’s art collections, including ESCALA and the Library’s art collections, under the direction of the Curator (ESCALA, Art & Special Collections). The Assistant Curator also provides support to the Curator (Exhibitions and Public Programme) for the day-to-day operation of the Art Exchange Gallery. They work with the Curators to develop and deliver exhibitions and displays linked to research and education at the university. They work collaboratively with academic staff and students to support the delivery of research led education through object-based learning and take responsibility for the management and development of the collection management system and the ESCALA website.
This a permanent, full-time post based at our Colchester campus however partial home-working can be accommodated. Some evening and weekend working will be required on a rotational basis.
Skills and qualifications required
Educated to first degree level (or equivalent) in art history or a relevant subject, ideally with a postgraduate qualification (or equivalent) in art history, gallery studies or a related subject, and knowledge of the art of Latin America, the post holder will possess excellent communication, presentation, IT, and organisational and planning skills. Experience of handling artworks, using social media for promotional purposes, and working within a gallery or museum environment is essential for this post.
At the University of Essex, internationalism and diversity is central to who we are and what we do. We are committed to being a cosmopolitan, internationally oriented university that is welcoming to staff and students from all countries, faiths and backgrounds, where you can find the world in one place.
Please use the ‘Apply’ button to read further information about this role including the full job description and person specification which outlines the full duties, skills, qualifications and experience needed for this role. You will also find details of how to make your application here.
Our website http://www.essex.ac.uk contains more information about the University of Essex. If you have a disability and would like information in a different format, please email [email protected]

Assistant Curator (ESCALA and Art Collections)

Library Services & Information Management - UK Jobs

Department
The Library and Cultural Services Section has responsibility for Library Services, Special Collections and Archives, the ESCALA and University Art Collections, the Art Exchange Gallery and the Lakeside Theatre. At the University of Essex, we take a bold view of art and ideas. We are the home of two art collections: the Essex Collection of Art from Latin America (ESCALA), the University’s unique collection of Latin American art, with over 750 works dating largely from the 1960s to the present, and the University of Essex art collection which contains works by leading artists such as Christopher Wood, Francisco Goya, Alfred Wallis, David Hockney, and Henri Gaudier-Brzeska. In addition, our Colchester campus is home to Art Exchange – a space where art, artists, and audiences meet. Our programme of exhibitions, talks and events creates a platform for ideas to be exchanged and connections to be made.
Duties of the Role
This is an exciting opportunity to assist with the management of two major art collections and contribute to the development and delivery of academic and research support services at the University of Essex Library. The Assistant Curator is responsible for the care, management, and promotion of the University’s art collections, including ESCALA and the Library’s art collections, under the direction of the Curator (ESCALA, Art & Special Collections). The Assistant Curator also provides support to the Curator (Exhibitions and Public Programme) for the day-to-day operation of the Art Exchange Gallery. They work with the Curators to develop and deliver exhibitions and displays linked to research and education at the university. They work collaboratively with academic staff and students to support the delivery of research led education through object-based learning and take responsibility for the management and development of the collection management system and the ESCALA website.
This a permanent, full-time post based at our Colchester campus however partial home-working can be accommodated. Some evening and weekend working will be required on a rotational basis.
Skills and qualifications required
Educated to first degree level (or equivalent) in art history or a relevant subject, ideally with a postgraduate qualification (or equivalent) in art history, gallery studies or a related subject, and knowledge of the art of Latin America, the post holder will possess excellent communication, presentation, IT, and organisational and planning skills. Experience of handling artworks, using social media for promotional purposes, and working within a gallery or museum environment is essential for this post.
At the University of Essex, internationalism and diversity is central to who we are and what we do. We are committed to being a cosmopolitan, internationally oriented university that is welcoming to staff and students from all countries, faiths and backgrounds, where you can find the world in one place.
Please use the ‘Apply’ button to read further information about this role including the full job description and person specification which outlines the full duties, skills, qualifications and experience needed for this role. You will also find details of how to make your application here.
Our website http://www.essex.ac.uk contains more information about the University of Essex. If you have a disability and would like information in a different format, please email [email protected]

Technology Transfer Associate

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Innovation is the lifeblood of the University of Southampton. Powered by world-class research, we’re growing a portfolio of spin-out companies, enabling the development of products and services that benefit people, businesses and the wider economy. Join us as a Technology Transfer Associate and you’ll play a pivotal part.
Your role
You’ll be joining a university that is ranked number one in the UK for consultancy income generated and that has started 77 spinout and start-up companies since 2000. Your work could touch pioneering developments in cancer immunology, respiratory medicine, next generation diagnostics, clean energy and sustainability, marine, photonics and electronics and computer science. 
You will:                                                                                 
Work on a portfolio of commercialisation projects to further increase IP income generated or to commercialise to maximise social good
Help manage relationships with key academic staff to understand their research expertise and identify new innovation and commercialisation opportunities
Use your strong organisational and inter-personal skills to succeed in large, collaborative teams.  
You
Previous commercial experience is valuable but not essential. More important is the ability to evaluate the commercial potential of scientific concepts and a sound knowledge of intellectual property issues in a research environment. 
We’ll also look to you to help build networks with potential industry partners and other external stakeholders, such as investors, social enterprise companies and local and central government.
If you have a relevant degree or professional qualification and a keen interest in University commercialisation activity, we’d love to hear from you.
In return, you can look forward to an excellent benefits package and a flexible home/office hybrid model supporting real work/life balance.
Our vision and mission at the University of Southampton is to have a community where staff and students feel welcome, supported and valued. This environment fosters a culture of inclusion, respect and equality of opportunity, encouraging applicants from diverse backgrounds, with the belief that excellence will be achieved through recognising the value of every individual.
For an informal discussion about this role, please contact David Woolley, telephone: 07723 924922 or 023 805 98341, email: [email protected]
This post is offered on a full-time, permanent contract.
Application procedure:
You should submit your completed online application form at www.jobs.soton.ac.uk. The application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above. If you need any assistance, please contact Michelle (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 2750. Please quote reference 1932722TW on all correspondence.
Further details:
We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community. Please note that applications from agencies will not be accepted unless indicated in the job advert.

Associate Lecturer in Statistics

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DepartmentThe Department of Mathematics is seeking to appoint an Associate Lecturer in Statistics for a fixed term of one year. The applicants are expected to have a background in any area of statistics, or related fields. The successful applicant will be expected to support the Department’s teaching portfolio in Statistics by delivering modules at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and contributing to associated administrative tasks.
We are a research-led department. We have high-calibre staff who produce innovative and technically demanding research on a world stage with a healthy span of research areas in pure and applied mathematics and statistics. All of our research was rated world-leading (4*) or internationally excellent (3*) in REF2021 in all three categories: outputs, impact and environment.
Role
To lecture, lead seminars, tutorials and other forms of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.
To develop and apply innovative and appropriate teaching techniques and material which create interest, understanding and enthusiasm amongst students.
To carry out on-going curriculum review, including module content and materials and contribute to the development of teaching and learning strategies.
To undertake effectively a range of administrative responsibilities.
Skills, Experience & Qualifications needed
You will have a PhD or equivalent experience in Statistics, or a related area.
You will have extensive specialist knowledge of Statistics, to design, develop & deliver teaching to students in the Department of Mathematics.
You will be able to provide learning support to students and have knowledge of a range of teaching techniques & methodologies. You will have experience of taking responsibility for teaching and learning at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level and of successful course planning, design and delivery.
You will have highly developed communication skills to engage with a wide-ranging audience using a range of media.
Interview date: to be confirmed.
Informal enquiries may be made to Prof Degui Li or Dr Alet Roux .
The University strives to be diverse and inclusive – a place where we can ALL be ourselves.
We particularly encourage applications from people who identify as Black, Asian or from a Minority Ethnic background, who are underrepresented at the University.
We offer family friendly, flexible working arrangements, with forums and inclusive facilities to support our staff. #EqualityatYork

Curator and Assistant Manager of Arts and Culture

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Background
The Arts and Culture team initiates and oversees the cultural programme of Canterbury Christ Church University. This is an exciting new role that will shape the exhibition programme of the University and increase the public profile of our cultural projects.
The Role
The Curator and Assistant Manager of Arts and Culture will develop the exhibition programme across Canterbury Christ Church University’s campuses. Building on the emerging profiles of the newly-created exhibition spaces in Canterbury (Daphne Oram Gallery and Verena Holmes Gallery), the role-holder will work with the Head of Arts and Culture, colleagues, and students from across the University to devise diverse and high-quality projects.
There will be opportunities for the postholder to develop their own curatorial programme and commission new exhibitions from external practitioners who are working in areas relating to CCCU’s teaching and research. 
Working with the Head of Arts and Culture, the role will make significant contributions to the creation of strategies for public engagement and financial development of the exhibition spaces.
The role will be required to provide advice to staff and students who are developing projects that include exhibitions, and will need to attend internal meetings and committees as appropriate. The postholder will work closely with the Head of Arts and Culture and will be required to deputise on occasion.
The Person
You will be educated to the degree level (or equivalent standard) with substantial experience in similar roles and strong project management skills. You will have significant experience of developing and delivering an inclusive curatorial programme; fostering collaborative partnerships with stakeholders; and meeting fundraising targets. Robust knowledge of assessing and mitigating risks relating to exhibitions and public events is an essential requirement. A curatorial interest in photography, emergent technologies, and/or games design would be preferred.    
Previous experience of working in an educational environment would also be advantageous.
Additional Information
Canterbury Christ Church University is located in the world famous Cathedral city amongst stunning history and heritage. Canterbury is a thriving international destination, with many students and staff choosing to study and work here, making this historic, cosmopolitan city vibrant and culturally diverse.
Our staff enjoy competitive salaries and a great working environment with a number of benefits ranging from the occupational pension scheme to use of the University’s facilities including the library and fitness centre. We are strongly committed to equality and recognise the value of a diverse workforce.
We offer generous holiday entitlements plus eight bank and public holidays, as well as discretionary days over the Christmas period.
Canterbury Christ Church University is committed to equality of opportunity, supporting and encouraging underrepresented groups as well as valuing diversity. We promote wider inclusion through our policies such as the Race Equality Charter, StoneWall for LGBT+ groups and the Disability Confident Scheme, guaranteeing an interview to all disabled candidates which meet the essential criteria for our roles.
We aim to create an inclusive working culture in which all employees feel valued. We particularly welcome applications from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates, which are currently underrepresented throughout Canterbury Christ Church. We are committed to improving employment opportunities for ethnic minorities. We also welcome applications from LGB, Trans and Non-binary candidates. All applications decisions and progression opportunities through the University will be determined by personal merit only.
#Equalityatcccu

Curator and Assistant Manager of Arts and Culture

Library Services & Information Management - UK Jobs

Background
The Arts and Culture team initiates and oversees the cultural programme of Canterbury Christ Church University. This is an exciting new role that will shape the exhibition programme of the University and increase the public profile of our cultural projects.
The Role
The Curator and Assistant Manager of Arts and Culture will develop the exhibition programme across Canterbury Christ Church University’s campuses. Building on the emerging profiles of the newly-created exhibition spaces in Canterbury (Daphne Oram Gallery and Verena Holmes Gallery), the role-holder will work with the Head of Arts and Culture, colleagues, and students from across the University to devise diverse and high-quality projects.
There will be opportunities for the postholder to develop their own curatorial programme and commission new exhibitions from external practitioners who are working in areas relating to CCCU’s teaching and research. 
Working with the Head of Arts and Culture, the role will make significant contributions to the creation of strategies for public engagement and financial development of the exhibition spaces.
The role will be required to provide advice to staff and students who are developing projects that include exhibitions, and will need to attend internal meetings and committees as appropriate. The postholder will work closely with the Head of Arts and Culture and will be required to deputise on occasion.
The Person
You will be educated to the degree level (or equivalent standard) with substantial experience in similar roles and strong project management skills. You will have significant experience of developing and delivering an inclusive curatorial programme; fostering collaborative partnerships with stakeholders; and meeting fundraising targets. Robust knowledge of assessing and mitigating risks relating to exhibitions and public events is an essential requirement. A curatorial interest in photography, emergent technologies, and/or games design would be preferred.    
Previous experience of working in an educational environment would also be advantageous.
Additional Information
Canterbury Christ Church University is located in the world famous Cathedral city amongst stunning history and heritage. Canterbury is a thriving international destination, with many students and staff choosing to study and work here, making this historic, cosmopolitan city vibrant and culturally diverse.
Our staff enjoy competitive salaries and a great working environment with a number of benefits ranging from the occupational pension scheme to use of the University’s facilities including the library and fitness centre. We are strongly committed to equality and recognise the value of a diverse workforce.
We offer generous holiday entitlements plus eight bank and public holidays, as well as discretionary days over the Christmas period.
Canterbury Christ Church University is committed to equality of opportunity, supporting and encouraging underrepresented groups as well as valuing diversity. We promote wider inclusion through our policies such as the Race Equality Charter, StoneWall for LGBT+ groups and the Disability Confident Scheme, guaranteeing an interview to all disabled candidates which meet the essential criteria for our roles.
We aim to create an inclusive working culture in which all employees feel valued. We particularly welcome applications from disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates, which are currently underrepresented throughout Canterbury Christ Church. We are committed to improving employment opportunities for ethnic minorities. We also welcome applications from LGB, Trans and Non-binary candidates. All applications decisions and progression opportunities through the University will be determined by personal merit only.
#Equalityatcccu

Experimental Officer

IT - UK Jobs

The successful candidate should either be qualified in a subject relevant to electrical and electronic engineering and acoustic engineering or a relevant language science qualification and have a good understanding of the requirements of high-quality audio recording with experience in the development and repair of electronic devices. It is essential that the post holder has experience in acoustic and electro-acoustic calibration and reproduction and must be willing to be trained in the management of other specialised research facilities.

The successful candidate should also have experience of setting up and configuring research equipment such as EEG, fNIRS, TMS, EMG, eye-tracking, ultrasound and pupillometry. They must be familiar with managing current Windows/Linux/Mac operating systems and experienced in troubleshooting computer hardware and software problems. The post holder must have some electronics experience and be comfortable with creating, soldering and mending cables for research equipment, or willing to learn these. The post holder will also be expected to provide and tailor support for building /troubleshooting/experiments/programming in various languages (such as Matlab, Python, R, Praat) for all levels of staff and students. 

The post holder will be pro-active, well-organised, with reliably meticulous attention to detail, ideally with previous experience in research and/or in organising and managing technical facilities. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, good interpersonal and teaching skills, and ability to work effectively, both independently and as part of a team are also essential.

Student Data Analyst

Library Services & Information Management - UK Jobs

Closing date for applications: 12:00 noon on Tuesday 30 August 2022
Are you interested in joining the number one University in Greater Manchester for student satisfaction?
Here at the University of Bolton, we are proud of our growing reputation as a student focussed University. With our strategy of “Teaching Intensive, Research Informed” we are committed to offering our students the best experience possible.  Due to our ongoing growth, we are now looking for a Student Data Analyst to join our Student Data Management team.  On a day-to-day basis, you will support student data collection, reporting and analysis for the university.  You will develop into a subject matter expert for specific areas of data collection or reporting, specific to the role.
This is a pivotal position in a small, specialist team, providing student data expertise for both internal and external customers. 
We ask a lot from our staff but in return, you will receive a competitive benefits package including access to the Local Government Pension Scheme, an employee benefits scheme and generous annual leave entitlement.  As a small University, you will have opportunities to work with colleagues across campus to support and deliver the best student experience possible.
An application form, job description and person specification can be viewed on our website: https://www.bolton.ac.uk/staff-area/professional-services/about-hr/vacancies or requested by email: [email protected]
Applicants need to be aware that only a completed application form will be considered, unless it is specifically indicated in an advertisement that a CV will be accepted. Where appropriate, you should include a list of all publications when submitting your application. Please ensure you quote the position reference number on all applications submitted.
If an applicant is interested in more than one vacancy, a separate application must be submitted for each vacancy to ensure that the individual role requirements are addressed.
Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK, for more information please visit https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa. No agencies.
*Please note, the University reserves the right to shorten/extend the closing date of any position where a high/low volume of applications are received.

Student Data Analyst

Library Services & Information Management - UK Jobs

Closing date for applications: 12:00 noon on Tuesday 30 August 2022
Are you interested in joining the number one University in Greater Manchester for student satisfaction?
Here at the University of Bolton, we are proud of our growing reputation as a student focussed University. With our strategy of “Teaching Intensive, Research Informed” we are committed to offering our students the best experience possible.  Due to our ongoing growth, we are now looking for a Student Data Analyst to join our Student Data Management team.  On a day-to-day basis, you will support student data collection, reporting and analysis for the university.  You will develop into a subject matter expert for specific areas of data collection or reporting, specific to the role.
This is a pivotal position in a small, specialist team, providing student data expertise for both internal and external customers. 
We ask a lot from our staff but in return, you will receive a competitive benefits package including access to the Local Government Pension Scheme, an employee benefits scheme and generous annual leave entitlement.  As a small University, you will have opportunities to work with colleagues across campus to support and deliver the best student experience possible.
An application form, job description and person specification can be viewed on our website: https://www.bolton.ac.uk/staff-area/professional-services/about-hr/vacancies or requested by email: [email protected]
Applicants need to be aware that only a completed application form will be considered, unless it is specifically indicated in an advertisement that a CV will be accepted. Where appropriate, you should include a list of all publications when submitting your application. Please ensure you quote the position reference number on all applications submitted.
If an applicant is interested in more than one vacancy, a separate application must be submitted for each vacancy to ensure that the individual role requirements are addressed.
Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK, for more information please visit https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa. No agencies.
*Please note, the University reserves the right to shorten/extend the closing date of any position where a high/low volume of applications are received.

Senior Application Analyst (SITS)

IT - UK Jobs

£31,406 per annum  
Full-time, permanent
Ref: AD1111
Arts University Bournemouth is renowned globally as a professional arts university, dedicated to turning creativity into careers. Our culture of making, performing, and shaping cultures is at the heart of our learning, research and engagement. Our values speak of collaboration, connectivity and innovative practice, underpinned by a passion for our academic disciplines and extensive partnerships with industry, professions and communities.
We are committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and strive for our staff to be from diverse backgrounds.  We positively encourage applications from individuals within under-represented groups and welcome applications from individuals regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships. 
We are looking for an effective and motivated individual to join our busy Information Services team as an Application Analyst.  We are a small team within the University’s Digital Services section responsible for the development, configuration, integration and support of the University’s Information Systems, mainly our Student Record System SITS. Duties include both day to day support and longer-term implementation of development projects.
AUB has a competitive salary scale with yearly increment points within each paygrade. The role attracts 35 days annual leave (plus Bank Holidays), and we have a range of staff benefits. Hybrid working will be considered.
Skills and Experience:
The ideal candidate will have:
Extensive experience of the configuring and developing of a large core information system such as a Student Record System (Experience of SITS Student Record System is desirable).
Proven customer service skills
Excellent troubleshooting and analysis skills
Knowledge and experience of relational databases and writing SQL queries
Integration experience would be a bonus, but not essential
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate the following abilities:
The ability to work and learn independently
Ability to communicate confidently with stakeholders at all levels both technical and non-technical with excellent written and spoken English
High capacity for attention to detail
Organised with an ability to cope with pressure at busy times and rapid changes in the priority of tasks
For more information and to apply visit https://www.aub-careers.org/
Closing Date: 23rd August 2022
Interview Date: 12th September 2022

Student Records & Exams Officer

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Hours: 35 per week
We are seeking a Student Records & Exams Officer to provide day-to-day operational support to Student Records and Exams.
You will be responsible for ensuring that tasks are completed in accordance with the relevant academic regulations/policies and will also provide support and advice to stakeholders in relation to the student journey.
You will support in the operation and maintenance of all student records, including those on the system (SITS) and paper-based records. You will also assist in the operation of academic assessment procedures, including the running of exams and in-class tests and Boards.
To be successful, you should have a background of working within a high-pressure, customer contact environment along with experience of working within a Registry area. You will have experience in using MS Office and SITS (or another student database system) and will have the ability to learn and adapt quickly. In addition, you will be an excellent communicator and will thrive in a team environment.
About us
Regent’s University London is a private university right in the heart of Royal Regent’s Park. We offer bespoke undergraduate and postgraduate education that begins with the individual, focussing on each student’s talents, potential, and aspirations.
Our study areas include business and management; liberal studies and humanities; fashion and design; film, media and performance; psychotherapy and psychology; as well as pathway qualifications in English language and other modern foreign languages.
We are a small, friendly and supportive University offering great benefits for our staff including:
30 days annual leave plus bank holidays and additional discretionary closure days over the Christmas period
Beautiful campus in the heart of Regent’s Park, a short walk from Baker Street and Great Portland Street stations
Membership of a group personal pension scheme with a 7% minimum contribution by the University, with up to 10% contribution by the University
Loans of up to £10,000, to include covering daily travel costs, rental deposits and bicycles
Benenden medical cover – allowing access to medical services where there is delay in receiving NHS treatment 
Employee discount service
£5 a day allowance to spend in University catering outlets (when onsite)
Free language classes (free places are subject to availability)
We’re Regent’s. We expect the exceptional. And we hope you’ll consider joining us for this exciting opportunity.
How to apply
Please provide a statement outlining why you are suitable for the role, referencing your skills and experience against the Job Description along with a current CV.
Please upload your documents in pdf format where possible. Our system will limit you to the upload of 4 documents only with a maximum file size of 10MB per document.
Closing date: 11:45pm, Sunday 28th August 2022
Our goal is to foster and celebrate a diverse and inclusive workplace with a sense of belonging; we are committed to building a team that reflects a wide variety of skills, perspectives and backgrounds.

Student Records & Exams Officer

Library Services & Information Management - UK Jobs

Hours: 35 per week
We are seeking a Student Records & Exams Officer to provide day-to-day operational support to Student Records and Exams.
You will be responsible for ensuring that tasks are completed in accordance with the relevant academic regulations/policies and will also provide support and advice to stakeholders in relation to the student journey.
You will support in the operation and maintenance of all student records, including those on the system (SITS) and paper-based records. You will also assist in the operation of academic assessment procedures, including the running of exams and in-class tests and Boards.
To be successful, you should have a background of working within a high-pressure, customer contact environment along with experience of working within a Registry area. You will have experience in using MS Office and SITS (or another student database system) and will have the ability to learn and adapt quickly. In addition, you will be an excellent communicator and will thrive in a team environment.
About us
Regent’s University London is a private university right in the heart of Royal Regent’s Park. We offer bespoke undergraduate and postgraduate education that begins with the individual, focussing on each student’s talents, potential, and aspirations.
Our study areas include business and management; liberal studies and humanities; fashion and design; film, media and performance; psychotherapy and psychology; as well as pathway qualifications in English language and other modern foreign languages.
We are a small, friendly and supportive University offering great benefits for our staff including:
30 days annual leave plus bank holidays and additional discretionary closure days over the Christmas period
Beautiful campus in the heart of Regent’s Park, a short walk from Baker Street and Great Portland Street stations
Membership of a group personal pension scheme with a 7% minimum contribution by the University, with up to 10% contribution by the University
Loans of up to £10,000, to include covering daily travel costs, rental deposits and bicycles
Benenden medical cover – allowing access to medical services where there is delay in receiving NHS treatment 
Employee discount service
£5 a day allowance to spend in University catering outlets (when onsite)
Free language classes (free places are subject to availability)
We’re Regent’s. We expect the exceptional. And we hope you’ll consider joining us for this exciting opportunity.
How to apply
Please provide a statement outlining why you are suitable for the role, referencing your skills and experience against the Job Description along with a current CV.
Please upload your documents in pdf format where possible. Our system will limit you to the upload of 4 documents only with a maximum file size of 10MB per document.
Closing date: 11:45pm, Sunday 28th August 2022
Our goal is to foster and celebrate a diverse and inclusive workplace with a sense of belonging; we are committed to building a team that reflects a wide variety of skills, perspectives and backgrounds.

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