ARU is a global university transforming lives through innovative, inclusive and entrepreneurial education and research. We are ranked in the world’s top 350 HEIs in the 2021 Times Higher Education World University Rankings and in the top ten mainstream universities in the country for the proportion of UK undergraduates in employment 15 months after graduating. We have campuses in Cambridge, Chelmsford, London and Peterborough with around 2,500 staff and 35,000 students from 180 countries. With a focussed civic mission, we are committed to working with others through education, research and knowledge exchange to enhance the economic, cultural and social wellbeing of the communities in which we work and live.
About the role:
The Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine & Social Care is the largest faculty in the university with over 9000 students and 500 staff. We pursue innovative approaches to develop and deliver curricula to meet the ever-changing educational needs of the Education, Health and Social Care workforce, offering a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, from foundation degrees to doctoral study including a comprehensive continuing professional development portfolio. Our dynamic approach ensures that our students are well supported and receive a high quality, evidence-informed, educational experience. The recent Research Excellence Framework acknowledges the world-leading education, health and social care researchers in our faculty, and we are seeking to further develop and support research, innovation, and knowledge exchange with further investment.
We are seeking to appoint a new Deputy Dean (Quality and Partnerships) with the vision and strategic acumen to support us on our journey to further increase our reputation, profile and the quality of the faculty portfolio. You will be a member of the faculty executive team, with strategic oversight and a leading role in the implementation of associated operational plans related to quality and partnerships, apprenticeships, and international activity.
Bringing exceptional ambassadorial and interpersonal skills, you will represent the faculty to the outside world with a range of stakeholders including but not limited to the Health Education England, Professional Statutory Regulatory Bodies, Integrated Care Boards, NHS Trusts, Local Authorities and Schools. You will ensure our expertise is communicated, relationships are embedded, and the quality of our provision is recognised, whilst leading on the continuous review of our current education-focused partnerships regionally, nationally, and internationally.
You will be a qualified practitioner in one of the discipline areas within the faculty and hold a PhD or Professional Doctorate with extensive experience linked to the faculty portfolio, involving undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and learning. You will possess the ability to think innovatively with an enthusiastic and flexible approach, and demonstrate commitment to our values and development of the faculty.
We are supported in this appointment by executive search firm, Perrett Laver. For further details, including the job description, person specification and information on how to apply, please visit https://candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies quoting reference 5905.
The closing date for applications is midnight (BST) on Monday 1st August 2022. For an informal conversation about the role, please contact Research Associate, Benedict Olie on +44 (0)20 7340 6239 or [email protected]
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting welfare of our staff and students and expect all staff to share this commitment.
We value diversity at ARU and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Committed to being inclusive and open to discuss flexible working.
Location: Based at Riccarton Campus in Edinburgh
Contract: Part-time (0.5FTE), Fixed-Term (6 months initially)
Closing date: Midnight on the 24th of July 2022
Heriot-Watt University has established a reputation for world-class teaching and practical, leading-edge research, which has made it one of the top UK universities for business and industry.
The Research Engagement Directorate provides high quality support for the Heriot-Watt research community across four divisions and works closely with the Business and Enterprise Directorate, RED who works to deliver the Excelling in Research and Enterprise theme of Strategy 2025.
The ‘Research Futures Academy’ has been established to enhance and facilitate researcher development, academic leadership, and research culture at Heriot-Watt University.
Purpose of Role
The European Crucible Coordinator will support the work of the Research Futures Academy in delivering the international European Crucible programme for early to mid-career researchers from across the Scottish universities and other European countries.
You will be responsible for i) leading the operational function of the European Crucible programme, ensuring effective planning and coordination of programme, and ii) overseeing the optimisation of our modes of training delivery (currently online) to improve the ways in which we deliver our programme and increase accessibility.
Highly organised and digitally skilled, you will enjoy collaborating with a range of colleagues from different areas of expertise to create effective researcher development programmes. Your work will strengthen our researcher development and research culture activity and impact at both a local and international level.
Education, Qualifications & Experience
Educated to at least SCQF level 6-7 or similar or equivalent practical experience in the workplace.
Experience of working within a similar environment as outlined above.
Competent in the use of relevant IT packages.
Proven relevant experience of leading people development projects, e.g. gained through Researcher Development/HR Learning and Development experience which will have been acquired over a number of years, with a basic understanding of the relevant theory.
Analytical problem-solving skills.
Well-developed interpersonal skills.
Demonstrable excellent customer service.
Demonstrable ability to work quickly, flexibly, and accurately in a dynamic, changing and pressured environment.
Demonstrable professional and proactive approach.
Postgraduate research degree.
Professional Qualification or memberships of Professional bodies.
Experience of working in Higher Education, with researchers at all levels (PhD students and academic staff) and in partnership with other internal and external colleagues.
Specific IT software package knowledge.
Knowledge or aptitude for learning to develop digital resources and delivering training online.
Able to make independent decisions regarding the practicalities of enhancement programme organization.
Able to conduct analysis, present results and put forward recommendations through the provision of briefings, presentations or written reports and proposals.
Excellent organizational and administrative skills, flexible and adaptable approach, coupled with the ability to prioritise workload to meet deadlines.
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London (with options for sponsorship for overseas candidates to work in the UK)Home working in any country outside the UK may be considered, given that the candidate has the right to work in that country, and the pay and benefits package will depend on the country where the successful candidate lives/works.The OrganisationThe International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) is a policy and action research organisation promoting sustainable development and linking local priorities to global challenges.
This is a permanent, full/part-time role based in the Human Settlements Group, which has worked on urban environmental and poverty issues since the 1970s aiming to support more equitable and sustainable development in urban centres in low- and middle-income countries. Our poverty focus is vital and informs everything we do because people on very low incomes, living in slums or squatter settlements, are the most vulnerable to environmental challenges. We are now seeking a Researcher to join our Human Settlements Group. We are also happy to discuss part-time working arrangements between three and five days per week. The Benefits – A salary of between £41,031 – £50,976 per annum- 25 days’ annual leave per year, increasing annually up to 30 days’ for full-time staff with 10 years’ service- 7.5% employer’s pension contributions to the IIED pension scheme- A range of flexible working options for all employees after a qualifying period- Enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption policies- An employee protection scheme offering a flexible menu of benefits such as life insurance, spouse and partner life cover, critical illness and/or income protection coverThe full range of benefits can be found on our website.The Role As a Researcher, you will contribute to our Human Settlements Group’s work on urban risk and resilience in the context of complex social and environmental challenges within the Global South. Identifying research themes and policy engagement opportunities, you will contribute to promoting development pathways that bridge the needs of low-income urban groups.
Additionally, you will- Co-ordinate projects from start to completion, including project budgets and donor financial reporting- Manage the delivery of outputs by project partners- Manage partner and subcontractor relationshipsAbout YouTo be considered a Researcher, you will need: – Relevant experience of research in low- and middle-income countries- Evidence of a productive research background – Experience of organising and delivering remote and in-person seminars and workshops- Experience of managing Monitoring & Evaluation areas for projects- Evidence of successfully preparing funding proposals from a range of donors- Experience of publishing work in working papers, research reports, academic journals or books- Advanced knowledge of MS Office software – The ability to draft, manage and monitor budgets- Excellent English communication skills- Excellent project and/or programme management and collaboration skills- Strong interpersonal skills across a variety of cultures and backgrounds- The willingness to travel overseas commensurate with project requirements – A postgraduate degree in development studies, urban studies or climate and/or disaster studiesSo, if you’re ready to co-ordinate our research programmes as a Researcher, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
Swansea University is a research-led institution that thrives on exploration and discovery. We offer a compelling balance of excellent teaching and research, matched by an enviable quality of life on our two beachfront campuses. Having celebrated our centenary year in 2020, we are extremely proud of how our university has contributed to the transformation of Swansea as a city of distinction. With over 20,000 students, we have enjoyed a period of tremendous growth. We are a Top 25 UK University in the Guardian University Guide 2022.
The Faculty of Science and Engineering is a nationally and globally recognised centre of excellence providing an innovative, inclusive learning environment that produces lifelong learners who are prepared for the global economy, delivering world-class research unencumbered by traditional boundaries between fields, and serves the local, national and global societies in meeting present and future challenges. Our International strategy commits us to growing our international student numbers, to strengthening our international strategic partnerships, to growing our global research networks and to achieving a stronger global profile for our University.
Swansea is looking to appoint a new Associate Dean for International Engagement to support the PVC Executive Dean in the development of the faculty’s international strategy, working closely with the PVC for International Engagement to ensure alignment with the University’s strategy. The post holder will provide leadership across the faculty’s academic community in the implementation of the international strategy. The Associate Dean is a member of the faculty’s leadership team.
Relevant candidates for the role will bring leadership experience in the development and implementation of international engagement strategies, with a track record of delivering global initiatives, collaborations and partnerships. In addition, they will have a record of achievement as an academic across both teaching and research in a relevant subject area. The Associate Dean duties will constitute 0.5FTE of your time, with the remaining 0.5FTE spent on academic duties. The role is offered with an underlying professorial post.
Saxton Bampfylde Ltd is acting as an employment agency advisor to Swansea University on this appointment. For further information about the role, including details about how to apply, please visit www.saxbam.com/appointments using reference IASYQ. Alternatively, telephone +44 (0)20 7227 0880 (during office hours). Applications should be received by noon on 31st July 2022.
Mae Prifysgol Abertawe yn sefydliad a arweinir gan ymchwil sy’n ffynnu ar archwilio a darganfod. Rydym yn cynnig cydbwysedd atyniadol rhwng addysgu ac ymchwil, ynghyd ag ansawdd bywyd chwenychadwy ar ein dau gampws ar lan y môr. A ninnau wedi dathlu ein canmlwyddiant yn 2020, rydym yn hynod falch o sut mae ein Prifysgol wedi cyfrannu at drawsnewid Abertawe’n ddinas rhagoriaeth. Gyda thros 20,000 o fyfyrwyr, rydym wedi mwynhau cyfnod o dwf aruthrol. Rydym yn un o’r 25 o Brifysgolion Gorau yn y DU yn ôl Guardian University Guide 2022
Mae’r Gyfadran Gwyddoniaeth a Pheirianneg yn cael ei chydnabod yn genedlaethol ac yn rhyngwladol fel canolfan rhagoriaeth sy’n darparu amgylchedd dysgu arloesol a chynhwysol sy’n creu dysgwyr gydol oes sy’n barod ar gyfer yr economi fyd-eang gan gyflawni ymchwil o safon sy’n arwain yn fyd-eang heb faich y ffiniau traddodiadol rhwng meysydd, ac sy’n gwasanaethu’r cymdeithasau lleol, cenedlaethol a byd-eang wrth ddiwallu heriau’r presennol a heriau’r dyfodol. Drwy ein strategaeth Ryngwladol, rydym yn ymrwymedig i gynyddu niferoedd ein myfyrwyr rhyngwladol, cryfhau ein partneriaethau strategol rhyngwladol, tyfu ein rhwydweithiau ymchwil byd-eang a chyflawni proffil byd-eang cryfach ar gyfer ein Prifysgol.
Mae Abertawe’n awyddus i benodi Deon Cysylltiol newydd dros Ymgysylltu Rhyngwladol er mwyn cefnogi’r Dirprwy Is-ganghellor a Deon Gweithredol wrth ddatblygu strategaeth ryngwladol y gyfadran, gan weithio’n agos gyda’r Dirprwy Is-ganghellor dros Ymgysylltu Rhyngwladol er mwyn sicrhau ei bod yn cyd-fynd â strategaeth y Brifysgol. Bydd deiliad y swydd yn cynnig arweinyddiaeth ar draws cymuned academaidd y Gyfadran wrth roi’r strategaeth ryngwladol ar waith. Mae’r Deon Cysylltiol yn aelod o dîm arweinyddiaeth y gyfadran.
Bydd ymgeiswyr perthnasol am y swydd yn cynnig profiad arwain wrth ddatblygu strategaethau ymgysylltu rhyngwladol a’u rhoi ar waith a bydd ganddynt hanes o gyflawni cydweithrediadau, partneriaethau a mentrau byd-eang. Yn ogystal, bydd ganddynt gofnod o gyflawniad fel academydd ar draws addysgu ac ymchwil mewn maes pwnc perthnasol. Bydd dyletswyddau’r Deon Cysylltiol yn cyfateb i 0.5 CALl o’ch amser, a byddwch yn treulio’r 0.5 CALl arall yn ymgymryd â dyletswyddau academaidd. Cynigir y rôl mewn cyfuniad â swydd athrawol.
Mae Saxton Bampfulfe Ltd yn gweithredu fel ymgynghorydd asiantaeth gyflogi i Brifysgol Abertawe. I gael rhagor o wybodaeth am y rôl, gan gynnwys manylion am sut i gyflwyno cais, ewch i www.saxbam.com/appointments gan ddefnyddio’r cyfeirnod IASYQ. Neu gallwch ffonio +44 (0)20 7227 0880 (yn ystod oriau gwaith). Dylid derbyn ceisiadau erbyn ganol dydd 31 Gorffennaf 2022.
London, UK (with options for sponsorship for overseas candidates to work in the UK)Home working in any country outside the UK may be considered, given that the candidate has the right to work in that country and the pay and benefits package will depend on the country where the successful candidate lives/works.The OrganisationThe International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) is a policy and action research organisation promoting sustainable development and linking local priorities to global challenges.
This is a permanent, full/part-time role based in the Human Settlements Group, which has worked on urban environmental and poverty issues since the 1970s aiming to support more equitable and sustainable development in urban centres in low- and middle-income countries.
We are now seeking a Researcher to join our Human Settlements Group. We are also happy to discuss part-time working arrangements between three and five days per week.The Benefits – A salary of between £41,031 – £50,976 per annum- 25 days’ annual leave per year, increasing annually up to 30 days’ for full-time staff with 10 years’ service- 7.5% employer’s pension contributions to the IIED pension scheme- A range of flexible working options for all employees after a qualifying period- Enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption policies- An employee protection scheme offering a flexible menu of benefits such as life insurance, spouse and partner life cover, critical illness and/or income protection coverThe full range of benefits can be found on our website.The Role As a Researcher, you will identify and develop research themes and policy opportunities that will contribute to our work on urban poverty and informality in cities on a warming planet theme. Working closely with our established research partners in Zimbabwe, you will design and co-produce large research projects and small research programmes on complex urban challenges, community-led basic services and/or social protection interventions. Utilising your networking capacities, you will develop and build strategic partnerships with a range of external local and international organisations as well as potential funding donors. Additionally, you will:- Co-ordinate projects from start to completion, including project budgets and donor financial reporting- Manage the delivery of outputs by project partners- Manage partner and subcontractor relationshipsAbout YouTo be considered a Researcher, you will need: – Relevant experience of working with partners on urban research in low- and middle-income countries- Evidence of a productive research background including undertaking research for advocacy and impact- Experience of organising and delivering remote and in-person seminars and workshops- Evidence of successfully preparing funding proposals from a range of donors- Advanced knowledge of Office software and quantitative data analysis software- The ability to draft, manage and monitor budgets- Excellent project and/or programme management and collaboration skills- The willingness to travel overseas commensurate with project requirements – A postgraduate degree in development studies, urban studies or urban planningIIED is a committed Disability Confident and accredited Living Wage employer, committed to equal opportunities and the highest standards of diversity, fairness and equality.So, if you’re ready to co-ordinate our research programmes as a Researcher, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
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This role is an exciting opportunity for a Research Coordinator to join an international partnership that is employing multi-disciplinary approaches for the study of schistosomiasis—a disease of poverty. You will join an enthusiastic research team, working with epidemiologists, parasitologists, mathematicians, machine learning scientists, laboratory technicians, field assistants, health practitioners/policymakers, and global health ethicists. In Oxford, we are a team of approximately 10 people including postdoctoral researchers and students. In Uganda, we have a team of around 100 people including the Ugandan PIs, research manager, surveyors, nurses, technicians, clinicians, malacologists, sonographers, ethicists, and community health workers.
We are seeking an experienced and well-organised individual with a strong interest in scientific research and quality control (need not have an academic background), and prior experience of research or programme administration, to coordinate, manage and facilitate the expansion of our research programme and to promote the sustainability and long-term outlook of the cohort within the Uganda Ministry of Health and the University of Oxford. The candidate must have experience working with/within low-income countries. The candidate will report directly to the study PI, Associate Professor Goylette Chami.
The post is fixed term for 1 year in the first instance and full time (part-time considered).
Informal enquires are encouraged and should be addressed to Dr Goylette Chami ([email protected]).
Applications for this vacancy should be made online and you will be required to upload a CV and supporting statement as part of your application.
Only applications received by 12.00 midday on 26th July 2022 will be considered.
An introduction to BIMMBIMM opens the door to the creative industry by encouraging creative freedom, real-world industry experience and a community experience for both our students and our workforce. We are proud to be a leading provider of Higher and Further Education courses in popular music, performing arts and film through our five brands:BIMM Institute,Institute for Contemporary Theatre,Northern Ballet School,Performers College and;Screen and Film School.We are a growing business that currently work across eight highly creative cities in the UK, Ireland and Germany.
This role is within Screen & Film School – Birmingham.
About the RoleWe have had an opportunity arise for College Principal at Screen & Film School college in Birmingham.For the full job description please click here.Why BIMM?We are a values led organisation, meaning our core values underpin all that we do:
Believe in Everyone, Challenge the Norm, Grow Together, Do the Right Thing, Own It
In addition to joining a committed and dedicated team, you will have access to:
• 25 days holiday per year• SMART pension• A comprehensive benefits packageWe continually strive to create a culture of inclusivity so that we truly represent our diverse communities. We particularly welcome applications from people of colour who are underrepresented in our organisation.We are committed to promoting the safety and welfare of our students, therefore all appointments are subject to satisfactory pre-employment checks including DBS.
Location: We have offices in Gloucester and Glasgow, as well as offering employees the opportunity to work flexibly from home
This is an exciting time to join an organisation with an important role in the UK’s world-class higher education sector. Over the last year, the UK higher education landscape has adapted rapidly in unique circumstances and QAA’s priority has been to support providers as they meet these challenges.
We are the UK’s independent quality body for higher education with a mission to safeguard and improve the quality of UK higher education, wherever it is delivered in the world. QAA works as the Designated Quality Body for higher education in England, and works closely with the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Our new membership scheme was launched in August 2019. We’re changing the way we work and introducing new services to benefit universities and colleges throughout the UK and support their operation globally.
About the role
We are looking for an experienced quality assurance professional who shares our commitment to improving and promoting the UK’s world-class reputation for delivering a quality higher education experience for all students.
This role will lead on the delivery of QAA’s international activities, committed to providing high standards of customer service and to driving systems and process changes required to meet those standards. You will be responsible for overseeing the delivery of all aspects of the Agency’s international work, including QAA’s international membership services, accreditation, consultancy and QE-TNE (quality evaluation and enhancement of UK transnational education). In addition, you will also be responsible for leading on QAA’s international partnership building, ensuring the Agency continues to work with governments, agencies and institutions globally to benefit UK higher education and its international reputation.
We are looking for an entrepreneurial and innovative quality assurance professional, with a broad understanding of service delivery models, concepts and principles gained through extensive business exposure in a diverse range of organisations or services.
You will have a strong track record of identifying, developing and delivering opportunities for international development along with experience of operating within a customer-focused and target-driven environment.
Regular national and international travel will be required.
More information can be found in the job description.
Closing date for applications is on Sunday 24th July 2022 at midnight.
To apply for this role, please submit your CV with a short covering letter to https://talentedu.com/jobs/QAA. For an informal discussion, please contact Henry Timpson at TalentEdu on 020 3290 2907 or at [email protected]
QAA is fully committed to everyday flexibility and has adopted a culture based on trust and fairness that genuinely encourages QAA and individuals to thrive. Providing that business needs are met, employees should normally be able to work where and when they want.
QAA recognises the positive benefits of equality, diversity and inclusion. Our aim is to be truly representative of all sections of society, and for employees to feel respected, free to be themselves no matter what their identity or background, and able to give their best.
About the vacancy: This role involves working in a student administration team providing support for the student record and assessment of students based at the Universities International Partnerships. As a whole the team currently oversees 9000 students studying in locations such as Malaysia, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Oman amongst others. You will work with administrative and academic colleagues at the partners you are the administrative contact for as well as with academic and administrative colleagues based at UWE.
The role is fast paced and diverse due to the varied academic calendars and multiple intakes per academic year that can be in place with partners. You will be involved with helping to register students and provide them with access to teaching materials. You will be responsible for maintaining accurate electronic student records, ensuring that assessment processes are completed and supporting the examining board process.
About you: The ability to build effective working relationships and work as part of a team with a diverse range of backgrounds and expertise is a key skill. Excellent prioritisation is also an essential ability as you will be required to manage multiple tasks at some points in the academic year. You should also be a strong communicator being able to provide clear explanation of areas for which you are responsible both orally and in writing.
This post is based at our lively Frenchay campus where we have invested in the latest facilities and resources to give both our staff and students access to everything they need to succeed – £300m has been invested recently on new state-of-the-art learning spaces and accommodation while we continue to develop incredible new facilities to enhance our offer even further.
Why UWE Bristol?
We are one of the largest providers of Higher Education in the South West with 32,000 students, 250,000 alumni and 4,000 staff from across the globe. We are both globally connected and regionally embedded, with a strong network of employer and partner connections.
In addition to progressive pay rates, we offer a wide range of employee benefits which can be viewed in the full advert on our website.
If you would like an informal discussion about this opportunity please contact Carley Hollier on 0117 328 7228 or email: [email protected]
This is a full -time, permanent post, working 37 hours per week.
The University will be implementing a hybrid way of working once restrictions from Covid 19 end therefore you will be expected to work on campus for part of your working week. Exact days will be agreed with your line manager.
The University’s normal practice is that new appointments will be made at the starting point of the grade.
We particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian, Multiple Heritage or Other Minority Ethnic and male candidates as we are currently under-represented in these areas within UWE Bristol however all appointments are made on merit.
We are unable to provide sponsorship for this role under the Home Office Skilled Worker visa route.
Should you be shortlisted you will be asked to provide your right to work documents at your interview. Please refer to the Home Office Right to Work Checklist which provides details of which documents are acceptable.
About the RoleThe International Employment Compliance Adviser is a key HR service focused on compliance oversight of staff immigration activity at Queen Mary. As an integral part of the operational and recruitment team, the role is the main point of contact for a range of internal stakeholders and will provide authoritative advice (and training) on PBS and non-PBS work visa routes and associated process. As the UKVI “Key Contact”, the role will also be responsible for the monitoring and reporting of UKVI related compliance activities.
This is a diverse role that touches on the full remit of staff immigration activity within a large and complex Higher Education Institute. The role would suit an individual who is able to exercise sound judgment to provide sensitive support, lead on policy and process creation, and deal with complex UKVI related activity.
About YouYou will be educated to degree level or have equivalent professional work experience, together with an expert knowledge of UK Immigration legislation for employment purposes and the associated UKVI guidance. Substantial experience of understanding and interpreting external regulations and being able to make recommendations to accommodate policy changes are essential. Importantly, you will be team player, diligent in the execution of your duties, with the balance of sensitivity to connect with a wide and diverse range of staff.
For full details of the role please read the Job Profile (available on the university’s website, accessed by the apply button).
About the DepartmentThe HR department sits within the University’s central Professional Services and enables and facilitates the success of our students and academics. Along with other professional services departments, the HR department seeks to deliver value for money through efficiency, effectiveness and quality.
Our work is guided by the People, Culture and Inclusion Enabling Plan, and Professional Services Enabling Plan, underpinning Strategy 2030.
BenefitsWe offer competitive salaries, access to a generous pension scheme, 30 days’ leave per annum (pro-rata for part-time/fixed-term), a season ticket loan scheme and access to a comprehensive range of personal and professional development opportunities. In addition, we offer a range of work life balance and family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, and campus facilities including an on-site nursery at the Mile End campus.
The post is based at the Whitechapel campus in our new building Dept W, in London. You will have the opportunity to work in a hybrid way. It is a full-time (35 hours per week), permanent appointment, to start as soon as possible. The starting salary will be Grade 5, in the range of £38,655 – £45,479 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance.
Queen Mary’s commitment to our diverse and inclusive community is embedded in our appointments processes. Reasonable adjustments will be made at each stage of the recruitment process for any candidate with a disability. We are open to considering applications from candidates wishing to work flexibly.
Informal enquiries should be addressed to Claire Foster at [email protected]
To apply for the role, please click the ‘apply’ button.
The closing date for applications is 10th July 2022. Interviews are expected to be held shortly thereafter.
Valuing Diversity & Committed to Equality
This post is full time and permanent at 37 hours per week.
Closing Date: Thursday 14 July 2022
Interview Date: Monday 08 August 2022
Over the last 24 months the University of Lincoln has welcomed record numbers of students from around the world. To help us build on this success and to support the delivery of our ambitious internationalisation objectives, we are seeking to appoint a Regional Manager for the Middle East and North Africa.
The post holder will become part of our rapidly expanding International Office and will play an important role in helping to share what makes Lincoln a special place to live and study. The role of the International Office is to support the University in achieving its internationalisation ambitions and the achievement of student recruitment targets.
The Regional Manager will be tasked with advancing the profile and reputation of the University of Lincoln across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The post holder will be expected to produce innovative marketing and recruitment plans and to deliver a range of activities and events which make an impact.
Developing positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders will be key to this role, as the post holder will be expected to build and manage a network of International Representatives, educational partners and student sponsors across the MENA region. The post holder will also be expected to line manage members of staff within the International Office, and to work closely with colleagues across the University community as a designated Business Partner.
Given the nature of this role, the post holder will be required to travel overseas for up to 15 weeks per year, and additional if required. The post holder will also be expected to travel domestically across the UK to meet with recruitment partners and to attend events and conferences where required.
Experience in a similar role is advantageous but not essential, and we welcome applications from candidates from a variety of backgrounds and professions.
If you share our passion for excellent customer service and enjoy working in a fast-paced and friendly environment, we would love to hear from you. For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Stefan Prest – [email protected]
We strive for a diverse workforce with the very best employees and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all. The University encourages applications from underrepresented groups inclusive of Black, Asian and other minoritised/marginalised ethnic groups, all gender identities and expressions from the LGBT+ community, candidates with a disability, and those that practise different faiths and beliefs, to enhance our One Community where we strive to be kind, patient, and supportive of each other.
Please note: If you think you may require a visa to work in the UK please refer to UK Visas and Immigration or UK Visas – Information for Prospective Staff before embarking upon an application to ensure that you understand the requirements for sponsorship. You may be eligible to work in the UK via other alternative visa routes such as the Global Talent Visa or by having Settlement / ILR, please refer to the UK Visas pages above for further details.
Closing date for applications: 12:00 noon on Monday 11 July 2022
Are you interested in joining the number one University in Greater Manchester for student satisfaction?
We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic, dynamic and motivated International Student Advisor. You must possess a “can-do” attitude and be a motivated team player who can deliver excellent customer service in a demanding and fast-paced environment.
Due to the team expanding, this is an additional role within an established team within Student Services, Library and Sport. The International Student Advisor will be the first point of call for all international students studying at the University of Bolton Campus. The International Student Advisor will be required to provide initial advice and guidance on a wide variety of topics to prospective and current students from the Student Centre. The International Student Advisor will work closely with academic colleagues and other professional departments to ensure International students are supported throughout their time in the UK.
The successful candidate will have effective written and verbal communication skills and be able to maintain a confidential helpful and cooperative manner when working under pressure. You should be committed to working with a diverse student body and be able to show sensitivity to individual difference. In order to meet the needs of the University and Student Services, a flexible approach to working patterns / hours is an essential requirement of this role.
Student Services operate throughout the academic year and during vacation periods. The department has strict rules on when leave can be taken during busy periods such as enrolment, graduation and clearing.
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.