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Counselling Services Administrator

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0.5 FTE, 18.5 hours per week
We are looking to recruit an administrator to join an established counselling team working with students with complex and wide-ranging issues.
You will play a fundamental part of the team, being physically present to welcome students who are seeing a counsellor in person, providing professional, high quality, customer-focused service, and acting as a point of contact for students seeking support from the team.
You will have excellent interpersonal and empathy skills with the ability to balance being personable whilst maintaining a professional approach.  With good organisational skills and an ability to manage a varied workload, you will be able to manage conflicting demands and act with limited supervision.
You will be able to work well in a team, undertaking administrative duties for the Counsellors, but also liaising with Student Services colleagues and wider
We are hoping for the successful applicant to start October 2022. Informal enquiries prior to application may be made to:
Fiona Mc Donald, Counselling Service Manager Lead: [email protected] orAnna Hay, Head of Student Wellbeing: [email protected]
Closing Date: Thursday 1st September 2022
Interview Date: Friday 16th September 2022
This is a University of Gloucestershire Professional Services (UoGPSL) position. UoGPSL is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Gloucestershire.  Further information about UoGPSL can be found by following this link
Successful applicants with current, continuous membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) or the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) will be eligible to continue membership of the scheme and will be employed by the University of Gloucestershire.
The University is committed to building a diverse and inclusive staff community and welcomes applications from currently under-represented sections of our workforce. We are proud to be a Disability Confident Leader, guaranteeing an interview to everyone who meets the definition of disability set out in the Equality Act 2010 and the essential criteria contained within the person specification.
 

Your Future Plan Administrator

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1 or 2 posts at either x 0.8/1FTE 29.6/37 hours per week
Hybrid working – 60/40 campus/home working, subject to change
The Your Future Plan Team (YFP) is at the heart of our student and graduate community and are central to preparing them for life after university. Based within the Student Services department and working in close partnership with academic Schools, the YFP team provide a range of support, information, advice, and bespoke workshops to encourage students to think about their future and how to have a positive start to the employment world. Looking across the next 5 years the university and YFP have several key focuses to ensure our students and graduates flourish and reach their full potential and to ensure the university obtains high-performance outcomes in national metrics and league tables. These include:
–          How to plan – what do students need to do leading up to and after graduation.
–          Supporting a wide range of work-related learning experiences to help students grow.
–          Provide guidance and support on how to recognise and articulate the skills they already have and present the best version of themselves.
As part of our new vision, we are recruiting YFP Administrators to join the team. Thisrole is a crucial role that helps and supports across the YFP Team. The YFP Administrator role will help support key projects, events and initiatives within the supporting different staff members such as YFP Business Partners, YFP Co-ordinators and Employer Engagement Officers to name just a few. We are looking for real team players with positive attitudes to get stuck in and to help us to deliver a first-class service to our students.
If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role, please contact Jo Evans [email protected] (Head of Employability and Careers) or Gemma Tandy [email protected] (Head of Employability and Work- Based Learning.
Closing Date: Monday 29th August 2022
Interview Date: w/c 5th September 2022 
This is a University of Gloucestershire Professional Services (UoGPSL) position. UoGPSL is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Gloucestershire.  Further information about UoGPSL can be found by following this link 
Successful applicants with current, continuous membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) or the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) will be eligible to continue membership of the scheme and will be employed by the University of Gloucestershire.
The University is committed to building a diverse and inclusive staff community and welcomes applications from currently under-represented sections of our workforce. We are proud to be a Disability Confident Leader, guaranteeing an interview to everyone who meets the definition of disability set out in the Equality Act 2010 and the essential criteria contained within the person specification.
Please download and save the Application for Employment Form to your computer. You will need to complete this form as part of the online application process. Your application will not be considered without this form.   

Your Future Plan Administrator

Administrative - UK Jobs

1 or 2 posts at either x 0.8/1FTE 29.6/37 hours per week
Hybrid working – 60/40 campus/home working, subject to change
The Your Future Plan Team (YFP) is at the heart of our student and graduate community and are central to preparing them for life after university. Based within the Student Services department and working in close partnership with academic Schools, the YFP team provide a range of support, information, advice, and bespoke workshops to encourage students to think about their future and how to have a positive start to the employment world. Looking across the next 5 years the university and YFP have several key focuses to ensure our students and graduates flourish and reach their full potential and to ensure the university obtains high-performance outcomes in national metrics and league tables. These include:
–          How to plan – what do students need to do leading up to and after graduation.
–          Supporting a wide range of work-related learning experiences to help students grow.
–          Provide guidance and support on how to recognise and articulate the skills they already have and present the best version of themselves.
As part of our new vision, we are recruiting YFP Administrators to join the team. Thisrole is a crucial role that helps and supports across the YFP Team. The YFP Administrator role will help support key projects, events and initiatives within the supporting different staff members such as YFP Business Partners, YFP Co-ordinators and Employer Engagement Officers to name just a few. We are looking for real team players with positive attitudes to get stuck in and to help us to deliver a first-class service to our students.
If you would like to have an informal conversation about the role, please contact Jo Evans [email protected] (Head of Employability and Careers) or Gemma Tandy [email protected] (Head of Employability and Work- Based Learning.
Closing Date: Monday 29th August 2022
Interview Date: w/c 5th September 2022 
This is a University of Gloucestershire Professional Services (UoGPSL) position. UoGPSL is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Gloucestershire.  Further information about UoGPSL can be found by following this link 
Successful applicants with current, continuous membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) or the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) will be eligible to continue membership of the scheme and will be employed by the University of Gloucestershire.
The University is committed to building a diverse and inclusive staff community and welcomes applications from currently under-represented sections of our workforce. We are proud to be a Disability Confident Leader, guaranteeing an interview to everyone who meets the definition of disability set out in the Equality Act 2010 and the essential criteria contained within the person specification.
Please download and save the Application for Employment Form to your computer. You will need to complete this form as part of the online application process. Your application will not be considered without this form.   

Customer Experience Assistant

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Salary: Grade 2, £19,333 per annum pro rata (48wks per year/ 12hrs a week)
Taliesin Arts Centre – Singleton CampusThis part-time post is based in Taliesin Arts Centre and the post holder will be part of a team providing customer service of the highest quality and ensuring a safe and welcoming environment for audiences and visitors. The hours of work will be on a weekly rota basis, including daytimes, weekends, and evenings.
Set in the heart of Swansea University’s Singleton Campus we exist to enrich the cultural lives of individuals and communities across the region, sharing arts experiences with audiences in our spaces and on the streets of Swansea.
We believe in access to the arts for all and that arts and culture are places for collaboration, participation, (re)invention and learning. If you do too, we want to hear from you.
For more information on Taliesin Arts Centre: https://www.taliesinartscentre.co.uk
Our ideal candidate:
You have a passion for people.
You enjoy variety and pitch in to support others.
You are flexible and enthusiastic.
Key Responsibilities
To assist and support all visitors to events at, or organised by, Taliesin Art Centre.
Provide excellent customer service centred around the ‘front of house’ experience, including ticket check-in, ‘signposting’ audiences, and providing customer care.
Provide support for set up and clearance of events in the Taliesin auditorium, Taliesin Create, at locations around the University Campus and off-site as required.
To assist and welcome visiting companies, at front of house and backstage.
The successful candidate will need to demonstrate the following:
Experience
Experience in customer care in a public-facing role
Experience of working in a team
Knowledge and Skills
Excellent Interpersonal skills
The ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines
Demonstrable flexible approach to work
Welsh Language
Level 1 – ‘a little’ (you do not need to be able to speak Welsh to apply for this role)
Taliesin Arts Centre currently has an under-representation of individuals from Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority backgrounds. We would particularly welcome applications from candidates with lived experience in these areas.  Appointments will be made on merit.

Customer Experience Assistant

Administrative - UK Jobs

Salary: Grade 2, £19,333 per annum pro rata (48wks per year/ 12hrs a week)
Taliesin Arts Centre – Singleton CampusThis part-time post is based in Taliesin Arts Centre and the post holder will be part of a team providing customer service of the highest quality and ensuring a safe and welcoming environment for audiences and visitors. The hours of work will be on a weekly rota basis, including daytimes, weekends, and evenings.
Set in the heart of Swansea University’s Singleton Campus we exist to enrich the cultural lives of individuals and communities across the region, sharing arts experiences with audiences in our spaces and on the streets of Swansea.
We believe in access to the arts for all and that arts and culture are places for collaboration, participation, (re)invention and learning. If you do too, we want to hear from you.
For more information on Taliesin Arts Centre: https://www.taliesinartscentre.co.uk
Our ideal candidate:
You have a passion for people.
You enjoy variety and pitch in to support others.
You are flexible and enthusiastic.
Key Responsibilities
To assist and support all visitors to events at, or organised by, Taliesin Art Centre.
Provide excellent customer service centred around the ‘front of house’ experience, including ticket check-in, ‘signposting’ audiences, and providing customer care.
Provide support for set up and clearance of events in the Taliesin auditorium, Taliesin Create, at locations around the University Campus and off-site as required.
To assist and welcome visiting companies, at front of house and backstage.
The successful candidate will need to demonstrate the following:
Experience
Experience in customer care in a public-facing role
Experience of working in a team
Knowledge and Skills
Excellent Interpersonal skills
The ability to work under pressure to tight deadlines
Demonstrable flexible approach to work
Welsh Language
Level 1 – ‘a little’ (you do not need to be able to speak Welsh to apply for this role)
Taliesin Arts Centre currently has an under-representation of individuals from Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority backgrounds. We would particularly welcome applications from candidates with lived experience in these areas.  Appointments will be made on merit.

Student Investigation and Resolution Team Administrator

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The Directorate of Academic and Student Administration are currently recruiting a Student Investigation and Resolution Team Administrator, on a full time, permanent contract. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a team working with complaints, conduct, appeals and exceptional circumstances. The roles would suit people who are interested in policy, regulation, investigation and improving student experience.

The Student Investigation and Resolution Team receive Academic Appeals, Student Complaints, allegations of breaches of the Student Conduct regulations and requests for consideration of exceptional circumstances from students and staff across the University. As a member of the team you will provide a wide range of administrative support to all functions in the Student Investigation and Resolution Team and the Academic and Student Administration Directorate as required.

There will be scope for working from home, with an expected ratio of 2 days at home and 3 days in the office.

As Student Investigation and Resolution Team Administrator you will be:

– The first point of contact for enquiries relating to student complaints, conduct, academic appeals and exceptional circumstances.
– Responsible for processing Exceptional Circumstances requests and outcomes.
– Responsible for organising team committees.
– Developing and maintaining efficient administrative processes.

You should have:

– Grade C or above in GCSE Maths and English
– A levels or equivalent experience
– Administrative experience
– Familiarity with Further or Higher Education
– A customer focused approach to work
– Excellent and sensitive communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills.

You will also enjoy the benefits of working at Oxford Brookes University with up to 38 days holiday, rising to 41 days holiday (this includes 13 Bank Holidays and Concessionary Days), a generous Local Government pension scheme (14.7% Employer contribution rate), cycle to work scheme and access to a variety of university facilities (NHS Dentist, Brookes Nursery, Gym and sports facilities). For more information about benefits please see the document ‘All about Brookes’ below.

CV and Personal Statement:

As part of the application process all applicants are required to complete our online application form by clicking on the “Apply for Job” button on the Oxford Brookes vacancy page. You will be routed to this when you click on the above “Apply” button. All parts of the application form should be completed and in the section of the form called “Supporting Documents”, applicants must upload their CV and a Personal Statement. To complete the Personal Statement part of the application, applicants must download the Personal Statement document which is part of the advert below and complete the form, providing examples and explaining how they meet each item detailed on the document. The Personal Statement must then be uploaded to the application form along with the CV.

The University has adopted equality, diversity and inclusion as core values. We welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates whatever their background, and especially from BAME candidates who are under-represented in our workforce.

The proposed interview date is 29 September 2022.

Student Investigation and Resolution Team Administrator

Administrative - UK Jobs

The Directorate of Academic and Student Administration are currently recruiting a Student Investigation and Resolution Team Administrator, on a full time, permanent contract. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a team working with complaints, conduct, appeals and exceptional circumstances. The roles would suit people who are interested in policy, regulation, investigation and improving student experience.

The Student Investigation and Resolution Team receive Academic Appeals, Student Complaints, allegations of breaches of the Student Conduct regulations and requests for consideration of exceptional circumstances from students and staff across the University. As a member of the team you will provide a wide range of administrative support to all functions in the Student Investigation and Resolution Team and the Academic and Student Administration Directorate as required.

There will be scope for working from home, with an expected ratio of 2 days at home and 3 days in the office.

As Student Investigation and Resolution Team Administrator you will be:

– The first point of contact for enquiries relating to student complaints, conduct, academic appeals and exceptional circumstances.
– Responsible for processing Exceptional Circumstances requests and outcomes.
– Responsible for organising team committees.
– Developing and maintaining efficient administrative processes.

You should have:

– Grade C or above in GCSE Maths and English
– A levels or equivalent experience
– Administrative experience
– Familiarity with Further or Higher Education
– A customer focused approach to work
– Excellent and sensitive communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills.

You will also enjoy the benefits of working at Oxford Brookes University with up to 38 days holiday, rising to 41 days holiday (this includes 13 Bank Holidays and Concessionary Days), a generous Local Government pension scheme (14.7% Employer contribution rate), cycle to work scheme and access to a variety of university facilities (NHS Dentist, Brookes Nursery, Gym and sports facilities). For more information about benefits please see the document ‘All about Brookes’ below.

CV and Personal Statement:

As part of the application process all applicants are required to complete our online application form by clicking on the “Apply for Job” button on the Oxford Brookes vacancy page. You will be routed to this when you click on the above “Apply” button. All parts of the application form should be completed and in the section of the form called “Supporting Documents”, applicants must upload their CV and a Personal Statement. To complete the Personal Statement part of the application, applicants must download the Personal Statement document which is part of the advert below and complete the form, providing examples and explaining how they meet each item detailed on the document. The Personal Statement must then be uploaded to the application form along with the CV.

The University has adopted equality, diversity and inclusion as core values. We welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates whatever their background, and especially from BAME candidates who are under-represented in our workforce.

The proposed interview date is 29 September 2022.

Project Support & Communications Officer

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Aim of the Role
Care City is a not for profit organisation based in Barking, East London focussed on helping local people to have a healthier, happier older age, through research, innovation and development. It was co-founded in 2013 by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham (LBBD) and North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT) and in June 2019 became an independent Community Interest Company (CIC). A CIC is a special form of limited company which exists primarily to benefit a community and which reinvests any profits in its social purpose.
The post holder will support the Careers Project Lead to deliver workforce development projects. Specifically our work with North East London Health and Care Partnership (NELHCP) in inspiring and engaging young people and job seekers into local jobs in health and social care through a network of health and social care Careers Ambassadors. Careers Ambassadors use their own experiences of working in health and social care to inspire others to consider roles in the sector. The postholder will work alongside local schools, colleges and Job Centre Plus’s in East London to organise events and briefings where these Ambassadors can share insights into the work they do and routes to access local jobs.
The post holder will also play a key role in supporting our Young Persons Panel, a group of 16-18 year olds, who work with us to ensure the voice of young people in East London is accurately reflected in our work. They will be a trusted employee, able to prioritise their own workload, whilst responding to day to day situations, unpredictable project issues and proactively requesting support from team members as needed. The post holder will also support the administrative requirements of both the Careers project and the wider organisation.
Further Details
Please click on this link for further details and to view the full Job description
To apply
To apply please email [email protected] Please state clearly which job vacancy you are applying for and send your CV, with a covering letter, no more than 2 sides of A4, stating why you are interested in this role and how your work experience and any lived experience is relevant to the role. 
Closing Date – Wednesday, 24th August
Interviews – Wednesday, 31st August

Project Support & Communications Officer

Administrative - UK Jobs

Aim of the Role
Care City is a not for profit organisation based in Barking, East London focussed on helping local people to have a healthier, happier older age, through research, innovation and development. It was co-founded in 2013 by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham (LBBD) and North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT) and in June 2019 became an independent Community Interest Company (CIC). A CIC is a special form of limited company which exists primarily to benefit a community and which reinvests any profits in its social purpose.
The post holder will support the Careers Project Lead to deliver workforce development projects. Specifically our work with North East London Health and Care Partnership (NELHCP) in inspiring and engaging young people and job seekers into local jobs in health and social care through a network of health and social care Careers Ambassadors. Careers Ambassadors use their own experiences of working in health and social care to inspire others to consider roles in the sector. The postholder will work alongside local schools, colleges and Job Centre Plus’s in East London to organise events and briefings where these Ambassadors can share insights into the work they do and routes to access local jobs.
The post holder will also play a key role in supporting our Young Persons Panel, a group of 16-18 year olds, who work with us to ensure the voice of young people in East London is accurately reflected in our work. They will be a trusted employee, able to prioritise their own workload, whilst responding to day to day situations, unpredictable project issues and proactively requesting support from team members as needed. The post holder will also support the administrative requirements of both the Careers project and the wider organisation.
Further Details
Please click on this link for further details and to view the full Job description
To apply
To apply please email [email protected] Please state clearly which job vacancy you are applying for and send your CV, with a covering letter, no more than 2 sides of A4, stating why you are interested in this role and how your work experience and any lived experience is relevant to the role. 
Closing Date – Wednesday, 24th August
Interviews – Wednesday, 31st August

Licensing Manager: Further Education and Skills

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Our Guiding Principles
We are a place where people make a difference to our members and customers, feel valued and have fun. Our guiding principles shape how we do things in Jisc. Be Original, think Social Enterprise, Make an Impact, Always Inclusive, Never Stand still, and Get it done We also value diversity and really believe that our differences make us stronger. We love unique thinking, new ideas and ways of doing things.
The team
Digital resources is the Jisc directorate that delivers services that support the procurement, licensing, management, discovery and use of content and software for UK further education, higher education and research. Our product families are: licensing, open research, content and discovery.
In Licensing, our role is to negotiate the best agreements for and with the research and education sectors, which is underpinned by intelligence and data driven insights. Within licensing we have the following portfolios:
Content: licensed digital content that supports UK education and research for members, customers and funders
Software: licensed software that supports UK education and research for members, customers and funders
Intelligence & analytics: products and services that provide intelligence and analytics to support informed decision making for licensed content and software
We aim to be world leaders in licensing negotiation, intelligence and analytics. The agreements we negotiate and the products and services we provide are shaped directly by the needs of our members, customers and funders – captured through our strategic and advisory groups and continual engagement with stakeholders.
In the next two years we have an ambitious roadmap to support teaching and learning where we aim to transform the ways in which universities and colleges deliver teaching through providing affordable and equitable access to the next generation of content and software. This includes courseware, AR/VR, personalised and adaptive learning and open content that leverage technology to provide an outstanding student experience.
The role
As a Licensing Manager, Further Education and Skills you’ll negotiate innovative agreements on behalf of UK Further Education colleges and skills providers. These pioneering agreements will meet current and future teaching and research needs, and meet the financial challenges institutions face. The role will play a key part in the our delivery of our FE strategy and helping institutions meet the government ambitions including the establishment of a technical education system that rivals the best in the world to stand alongside our world-class higher education system, invest in maths, digital and technical education and help to address the shortage of STEM skills.
You’ll champion long-term relationships with FE senior leaders, learning technologists, librarians, publishers, and intermediaries and maintain a deep understanding of sector finances and the current and emerging requirements of FE and skills providers. You will need a sound knowledge of the FE curriculum and the requirements of colleges and be able to translate your understanding into valuable licence agreements.
As an expert in your field you will promote Jisc Licensing’s role as a source of expertise in licensing and innovation in learning and teaching by increasing the FE and skills portfolio’s visibility in the sector, through writing blogposts or articles or speaking at conferences, forums or other events.
The organisation
We’re constantly changing and evolving at Jisc, so this job description just gives a flavour of what the role involves. It will change as our operations develop.
Getting face to face is something we value and find time for when we can, so you may need to travel on occasion. Our main offices are in Bristol, Harwell, London and Manchester

Licensing Manager: Further Education and Skills

Administrative - UK Jobs

Our Guiding Principles
We are a place where people make a difference to our members and customers, feel valued and have fun. Our guiding principles shape how we do things in Jisc. Be Original, think Social Enterprise, Make an Impact, Always Inclusive, Never Stand still, and Get it done We also value diversity and really believe that our differences make us stronger. We love unique thinking, new ideas and ways of doing things.
The team
Digital resources is the Jisc directorate that delivers services that support the procurement, licensing, management, discovery and use of content and software for UK further education, higher education and research. Our product families are: licensing, open research, content and discovery.
In Licensing, our role is to negotiate the best agreements for and with the research and education sectors, which is underpinned by intelligence and data driven insights. Within licensing we have the following portfolios:
Content: licensed digital content that supports UK education and research for members, customers and funders
Software: licensed software that supports UK education and research for members, customers and funders
Intelligence & analytics: products and services that provide intelligence and analytics to support informed decision making for licensed content and software
We aim to be world leaders in licensing negotiation, intelligence and analytics. The agreements we negotiate and the products and services we provide are shaped directly by the needs of our members, customers and funders – captured through our strategic and advisory groups and continual engagement with stakeholders.
In the next two years we have an ambitious roadmap to support teaching and learning where we aim to transform the ways in which universities and colleges deliver teaching through providing affordable and equitable access to the next generation of content and software. This includes courseware, AR/VR, personalised and adaptive learning and open content that leverage technology to provide an outstanding student experience.
The role
As a Licensing Manager, Further Education and Skills you’ll negotiate innovative agreements on behalf of UK Further Education colleges and skills providers. These pioneering agreements will meet current and future teaching and research needs, and meet the financial challenges institutions face. The role will play a key part in the our delivery of our FE strategy and helping institutions meet the government ambitions including the establishment of a technical education system that rivals the best in the world to stand alongside our world-class higher education system, invest in maths, digital and technical education and help to address the shortage of STEM skills.
You’ll champion long-term relationships with FE senior leaders, learning technologists, librarians, publishers, and intermediaries and maintain a deep understanding of sector finances and the current and emerging requirements of FE and skills providers. You will need a sound knowledge of the FE curriculum and the requirements of colleges and be able to translate your understanding into valuable licence agreements.
As an expert in your field you will promote Jisc Licensing’s role as a source of expertise in licensing and innovation in learning and teaching by increasing the FE and skills portfolio’s visibility in the sector, through writing blogposts or articles or speaking at conferences, forums or other events.
The organisation
We’re constantly changing and evolving at Jisc, so this job description just gives a flavour of what the role involves. It will change as our operations develop.
Getting face to face is something we value and find time for when we can, so you may need to travel on occasion. Our main offices are in Bristol, Harwell, London and Manchester

Data Science and Business Development Assistant

Administrative - UK Jobs

Are you an early career researcher looking for your first challenge?  Do you have a background in data science and business development?  Do you want to further your career in one of the UK’s leading research intensive Universities?
We are looking for a Data Science and Business Development Assistant, to join our team that analyses big longitudinal data sets to describe the dynamics of transitions in complex systems. Funded by Kidney Research UK, you will assist us working on a data set to describe the transition between normal and abnormal states in humans, in particular kidney disease. In addition, you will assist on gathering data to support the development of a business case for a spin-out company related to our work and help gather information for funding applications.
You will work closely with Dr Sergei Krivov, Dr Stefan Auer and our collaborators in the Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust. You should have a degree in a science related subject, with extensive experience in using Python, Jupyter Notebooks, data analysis and standard Machine Learning methods. Experience in analysis of longitudinal data sets and/or clinical datasets is required. Familiarity with the optimal reaction coordinate framework, which is used for the analysis, is desirable. 
The University of Leeds and the Faculty of Biological Sciences are committed to providing equal opportunities for all and offer a range of family friendly policies. The University is a charter member of Athena SWAN (the national body that promotes gender equality in higher education), and the Faculty of Biological Sciences was awarded a Silver award in 2020.  We are proud to be an inclusive Faculty that values all staff, and are happy to consider job share applications and requests for flexible working arrangements from our employees. Our Athena SWAN webpage provides more information. 
To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: 
Dr Stefan Auer, Lecturer – School of Chemistry | Tel: +44 (0)113 343 8669 | Email: [email protected] 

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