https://i2-prod.chroniclelive.co.uk/incoming/article24338531.ece/ALTERNATES/s615/0_GERMANY_G7_201491A.jpg An early election “hasn’t occurred” to Boris Johnson he claimed, but he refused to rule out calling a snap poll. The Prime Minister said he would not “start talking about politics” at a time when he was dealing with the cost-of-living crisis and the war in Ukraine. The PM has said he has aContinue reading
https://i2-prod.walesonline.co.uk/incoming/article24359402.ece/ALTERNATES/s615/0_PA-67662003.jpg Seven British singles players remain at Wimbledon after Wednesday saw fan favourites Sir Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu endure devastating defeats. Centre Court supporters said they were saddened to see the Scot and British women’s No.1 leave the competition so early, and speculated that the day of disappointment could drive attendance figures down. CrowdsContinue reading
https://i2-prod.mylondon.news/news/health/article23726682.ece/ALTERNATES/s615/0_GettyImages-1316976861.jpg A 72-year-old American has become the first person in the world to be diagnosed with a “whistling scrotum”. The unidentified male from Ohio complained of a “hissing” noise coming from his genitalia and he was quickly dispatched to hospital. Upon further investigation, scans showed his lungs had collapsed causing a build-up of air insideContinue reading
https://i2-prod.walesonline.co.uk/incoming/article24359425.ece/ALTERNATES/s615/0_PA-44276588.jpg The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms in north-west Wales. The weather warning is in place from 2am to 9am this morning (Thursday, June 30). The Met Office is predicting slow-moving heavy showers and thunderstorms, which are likely to cause some disruption. Parts of north-west Wales expected to be hitContinue reading
At Leeds Trinity University, we aspire to make a difference to the people, the professions and the places that we serve, and we are looking for talented and enthusiastic people to join our University community. We are ranked top in Yorkshire for learning community and pride ourselves on being the University where our students are a name, not just a number. The University has a distinctive, employability-focused educational offer and works closely with employers to address the skills needs of today’s workforce. Applications are invited for the following post: Student Achievement Adviser Hours of Work: Full-time (35 hours per week) Contract type: Permanent Salary: The starting salary will be from £27,294 up to £30,497 per annum in Grade 6a, depending on qualifications and experience We are looking to recruit a Student Achievement Adviser to join our team to work with individual students and with groups to deliver academic skills tuition and support. The successful candidate will report to the Student Achievement Manager (Progression and Retention) and will work alongside programme/departmental teams, including personal tutors, to encourage and support academic skill development. The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, innovative and versatile in their approach, demonstrating excellent communication skills and the ability to establish strong working relationships with students and staff. Applicants will need a good honours degree and a teaching qualification. Experience of tuition in Higher Education and a good, up-to-date knowledge of how different students learn is essential. As well as working with traditional undergraduate students, the role will involve supporting mature learners, apprentices, post-graduates and foundation level students. Experience of working with students from widening participation backgrounds, and those with English as a second/other language would be advantageous. Applications from those with experience of supporting learners in the health and social sciences as well as supporting learners with statistics, numeracy, data handling and statistical software, are also welcome. Closing date for applications: Sunday 10th July Interviews for this post are expected to take place on Wednesday 20th July Further details and the online application are available at: http://www.leedstrinity.ac.uk/jobs If you have any queries about the application process, please email [email protected] or call 0113 283 7130. Leeds Trinity University values diversity and inclusion and particularly encourages applications from the following groups as they are currently under-represented within the University: LGBT+, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic applicants, as well as candidates with disabilities, whether hidden or otherwise. The University will consider all forms of flexible working arrangements.