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Academic

  • Specific Learning Differences Tutor (SS0093)

    Student Wellbeing, Learning and Welfare Support is part of the Student Services Directorate and aims to enhance the student experience through the provision of high quality advice, guidance and support to students of the university. Comprising of a variety of teams geared to support students, the service area places student achievement and retention at the core of its business and seeks to take a proactive and innovatice approach to the activities offered as part of the service area.

    The post is part of a team of Specific Learning Differences (SpLD) tutors based within SWLWS, part of the Student Services Directorate. The primary purpose of the role is to provide support for students with specific learning differences. The post holder will develop and deliver individual and group support for students with specific learning differences, and will also be involved in supporting students through the Disabled Students' Allowances (DSA) process.

    The post holder will have a specific faculty in which they liaise and work closely with, to provide contextualised support for students within academic departments. The post holder will also be involved in university wide training or development work, particularly towards creating an inclusive environment for learning.

    The post holder must have professional (full or associate) membership of: ADSHE or BDA or Dyslexia Guild or PATOSS.

    This post requires a criminal records check through the Disclosure and Barring Service.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Bob Burwell, T 01482 462107, r.burwell@hull.ac.uk

    For information about the department visit: http://beta.www.hull.ac.uk/Choose-Hull/Student-life/Student-support/Supporting-your-learning/Learning-support.aspx

    Closing Date: 28 Dec 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Logistics & Supply Chain Management (BL0035)

    The University of Hull has an ambitious strategic plan aimed at enhancing its stature, reputation, and influence and being a university of preference for a wider range of students, staff, and partners, through achieving growth, and through the pursuit of excellence in all of its endeavors. Hull University Business School is integral to this strategy with a vision to be a leading UK Business School with an international reputation for research, learning, and teaching that is relevant to a fast-changing, interconnected world. Accreditation from leading global systems for business schools (AACSB and AMBA) confirms our status as a leading UK business school, assuring our students of our commitment to provide an outstanding experience and adding value to their degree, especially when competing in the global employment market. 

    The successful candidate will be an active member of internationally distinguished Logistics Institute and Centre for Systems Studies. The candidate is expected to teach and supervise undergraduate, postgraduate and degree apprenticeships levels. You will work in an environment where talent and career aspirations are nurtured and supported. We are looking for a confident and reflective lecturer willing to adapt their style and delivery to the needs of different audiences and committed to providing a supportive learning environment as well as contributing to our existing research profile. The school has a national reputation for the innovative use of technology to enhance learning and assessment and we would welcome individuals capable of developing this reputation further. 

    Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in a related area or be close to completion, possess relevant teaching experience and have the potential to publish research at an internationally recognised level.

    For further information about the position, please contact Professor Nishikant Mishra,

    Head of Management Systems Subject Group, Email: nishikant.mishra@hull.ac.uk

    Closing Date: 12 Jan 2018
    Category: Academic

  • Post Doctoral Research Assistant (FS0338)

    A fixed term post for 12 months is available in the School of Environmental Sciences to work on an Innovate UK funded project to develop novel, low cost methods using a range of environmental sensing instrumentation, particularly imaging Fourier Transform InfraRed (FTIR) spectroscopy, to quantify the environmental impacts of Green Infrastructure Assets (GLA) in the mitigation of Urban heat Island effects.

    The successful applicant will join a team at Hull and will collaborate with researchers from academic and industry collaborators in the UK and China develop a low-cost, flexible, methodology that integrates a variety of novel ground- and UAV-based imaging spectrometry techniques with real-time environmental data to enable city planners to evaluate the effects of different GIA scenarios providing developers, business and local citizens with quantified benefits of green infrastructure assets in future schemes.

    The successful candidate should have a PhD in Electronics Engineering and they should also have extensive experience in development of FTIR spectroscopy instrumentation and in the development and implementation of spectrometric applications, ideally using FTIR spectroscopy. The post will require undertaking fieldwork both in the UK and China.

    To discuss this post informally, please contact Graham Ferrier on 01482 466060, g.ferrier@hull.ac.uk

    Closing Date: 18 Dec 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Game Design (FA0247)


    We are looking to build upon the success of our City of Culture year (2017) and develop the provision in the area of Game Design within the Screen Subject Area for the School. 

    The School of Arts at the University of Hull encompasses the subject areas of Drama, Music, English & Creative Writing, and Screen. This role sits within the Screen subject area, which offers undergraduate and postgraduate provision in digital media, game design, film studies, and media studies.

    We would like an individual who can contribute to teaching across a range of Screen subject provision but specifically in the area of game design. This is full time post that will be made permanent on the satisfactory completion of a probationary period.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Andrew King, Interim Head of the School of Arts, Email: a.king@hull.ac.uk

    For information about the School of Arts, please visit http://www.hull.ac.uk/Faculties/face/arts.aspx

    Closing Date: 19 Jan 2018
    Category: Academic

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Clinical academic

  • Clinical Lecturer in Palliative Medicine (HY0188)

    We are seeking applications to appoint a Clinical Lecturer in one of the following positions:

    Please follow the links above to apply for the additional positions.

    The role of the Lecturer will be to carry out teaching and research whilst undergoing a combined academic and clinical training leading towards a career in their respective speciality. Candidates should have a proven commitment to research and teaching. The person appointed will be allocated an Academic National Training Number (NTNa). Clinical training will be provided within a range of placements approved for Specialty Training in preparation for the award of the Certificate of Completed Training (CCT). Candidates must be fully registered medical practitioners with appropriate relevant professional exam. This post will be offered on a fixed-term contract for a maximum period of four years, or until the award of a CCT.

    Salary for this post will be within the range £31,301 - £54,199 per annum, depending on qualifications and experience.

    The successful candidates will undertake 50% of WTE academic work within the relevant academic speciality.

    The Postgraduate Dean confirms that this placement/programme has the required educational and Dean's approval.

    All training programmes are equally open to those who may, either from the outset or subsequently, wish to train part-time (flexible training), if eligible, or job share. For further information on flexible training please contact the Health Education England.

    In the event of further training posts (including locums) becoming available prior to interview, candidates may also be considered for these posts. All candidates will need to hold full GMC registration with a licence to practise at the time of appointment. The contract of employment will be with the University of Hull.

    Applicants must be able to take up the appointment before 31st March 2018.

    This post requires an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

    Informal enquiries may be addressed to:

    Professor Miriam Johnson, Chair of Palliative Medicine and Academic Training Programme Director, Hull York Medical School/University of Hull T: 01482 463309 E: Miriam.johnson@hyms.ac.uk

    Further information and details of how to apply can be downloaded from the Hull York Medical School website by following the link: http://www.hyms.ac.uk/about-us/jobs-at-hyms/current-vacancies

    Closing Date: 15 Jan 2018
    Category: Clinical Academics

  • Clinical Lecturer in Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism (HY0189)

    We are seeking applications to appoint a Clinical Lecturer in one of the following positions:

    Please follow the links above to apply for the additional positions.

    The role of the Lecturer will be to carry out teaching and research whilst undergoing a combined academic and clinical training leading towards a career in their respective speciality. Candidates should have a proven commitment to research and teaching. The person appointed will be allocated an Academic National Training Number (NTNa). Clinical training will be provided within a range of placements approved for Specialty Training in preparation for the award of the Certificate of Completed Training (CCT). Candidates must be fully registered medical practitioners with appropriate relevant professional exam. This post will be offered on a fixed-term contract for a maximum period of four years, or until the award of a CCT.

    Salary for this post will be within the range £31,301 - £54,199 per annum, depending on qualifications and experience.

    The successful candidates will undertake 50% of WTE academic work within the relevant academic speciality.

    The Postgraduate Dean confirms that this placement/programme has the required educational and Dean's approval.

    All training programmes are equally open to those who may, either from the outset or subsequently, wish to train part-time (flexible training), if eligible, or job share. For further information on flexible training please contact the Health Education England.

    In the event of further training posts (including locums) becoming available prior to interview, candidates may also be considered for these posts. All candidates will need to hold full GMC registration with a licence to practise at the time of appointment. The contract of employment will be with the University of Hull.

    Applicants must be able to take up the appointment before 31st March 2018.

    This post requires an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

    Informal enquiries may be addressed to:

    Professor Mahmoud Loubani, Chair of Cardiothoracic Surgery Hull York Medical School/University of Hull; T: 01482 675 784 M: 07952274595 E: mahmoud.loubani@hey.nhs.uk

    Professor Thozhukat Sathyapalan, Chair of Diabetes and Endocrinology, Hull York Medical School/University of Hull E: thozhukat.sathyapalan@hyms.ac.uk

    Professor Miriam Johnson, Chair of Palliative Medicine and Academic Training Programme Director, Hull York Medical School/University of Hull T: 01482 463309 E: Miriam.johnson@hyms.ac.uk

    Further information and details of how to apply can be downloaded from the Hull York Medical School website by following the link: http://www.hyms.ac.uk/about-us/jobs-at-hyms/current-vacancies

    Closing Date: 15 Jan 2018
    Category: Clinical Academics

  • Clinical Lecturer in Cardiothoracic Surgery (HY0190)

    We are seeking applications to appoint a Clinical Lecturer in one of the following positions:

    Please follow the links above to apply for the additional positions.

    The role of the Lecturer will be to carry out teaching and research whilst undergoing a combined academic and clinical training leading towards a career in their respective speciality. Candidates should have a proven commitment to research and teaching. The person appointed will be allocated an Academic National Training Number (NTNa). Clinical training will be provided within a range of placements approved for Specialty Training in preparation for the award of the Certificate of Completed Training (CCT). Candidates must be fully registered medical practitioners with appropriate relevant professional exam. This post will be offered on a fixed-term contract for a maximum period of four years, or until the award of a CCT.

    Salary for this post will be within the range £31,301 - £54,199 per annum, depending on qualifications and experience.

    The successful candidates will undertake 50% of WTE academic work within the relevant academic speciality.

    The Postgraduate Dean confirms that this placement/programme has the required educational and Dean's approval.

    All training programmes are equally open to those who may, either from the outset or subsequently, wish to train part-time (flexible training), if eligible, or job share. For further information on flexible training please contact the Health Education England.

    In the event of further training posts (including locums) becoming available prior to interview, candidates may also be considered for these posts. All candidates will need to hold full GMC registration with a licence to practise at the time of appointment. The contract of employment will be with the University of Hull.

    Applicants must be able to take up the appointment before 31st March 2018.

    This post requires an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

    Informal enquiries may be addressed to:

    Professor Mahmoud Loubani, Chair of Cardiothoracic Surgery Hull York Medical School/University of Hull; T: 01482 675 784 M: 07952274595 E: mahmoud.loubani@hey.nhs.uk

    Professor Thozhukat Sathyapalan, Chair of Diabetes and Endocrinology, Hull York Medical School/University of Hull E: thozhukat.sathyapalan@hyms.ac.uk

    Professor Miriam Johnson, Chair of Palliative Medicine and Academic Training Programme Director, Hull York Medical School/University of Hull T: 01482 463309 E: Miriam.johnson@hyms.ac.uk

    Further information and details of how to apply can be downloaded from the Hull York Medical School website by following the link: http://www.hyms.ac.uk/about-us/jobs-at-hyms/current-vacancies

    Closing Date: 15 Jan 2018
    Category: Clinical Academics

  • Clinical Lecturer (HS0158)

    We are looking for a part-time suitably qualified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist to teach and supervise on our Post-Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) course. The course trains clinicians in “standard” CBT before specialising in Severe Mental Illness (SMI) conditions. This post would be an excellent opportunity for clinical staff seeking to develop their role whilst remaining in clinical practice.

    We want to recruit staff with specific interest and experience working in at least one of the following areas: Psychosis, Bipolar Disorder and Personality Disorder. We are also interested to hear from applicants with other interests passionate about training in CBT who might fit with our existing course team.

    With a total of 0.2 whole time equivalent hours available, it is anticipated that the post-holder will work one day a week at the university to fit with current course teaching days. There is the possibility of flexible working outside of teaching commitments. The post is primarily a teaching post. We also encourage involvement in research in CBT where this fits with other duties.

    Main tasks include assisting the Course Director in developing all aspects of the course. These include module planning, teaching, and evaluating trainees’ clinical and academic competence. The post holder will be required to assume an appropriate share of the course administrative work, depending on grade and experience.

    Salary paid according to experience and qualifications. Secondment arrangements can be considered.

    This post requires a Disclosure and Barring Service check.

    To discuss this role informally please contact Kerry Smith (Programme Director: Post Graduate Diploma in CBT) (Email : K.G.Smith@hull.ac.uk. Phone : 01482 463534 (Direct line) / Programme Administrator Tara Nelson, T 01482 464418 )

    Closing Date: 20 Dec 2017
    Category: Clinical Academics

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Operational/Admin support/Manual/Specialist

  • Maintenance Trades Manager (ES0093)

    The Estates Department offers a range of services including Estates Management and Development, Maintenance, Cleaning, Portering and Security and is responsible for a range of over 71 University buildings both academic and residential totalling over 150,000 square metres on the Hull Campus with an annual operational turnover of £13.5m.

    We are now seeking a highly motivated and innovative individual to join our Maintenance management team to assist & manage multi- disciplined trades teams including cyclic, planned preventative and reactive maintenance implementation and performance.

    Trades include: Electrical, Mechanical, Building, Heating and Grounds and Gardens.

    The post holder will be responsible for cyclical, planned preventative and reactive maintenance  and minor works implementation and completion across all trades, whilst ensuring compliance in Health & Safety across all trades and ensuring all current and future legislative requirements are met in liaison with the Maintenance Logistics Manager.

    Scheduling and service delivery across all trades will be via the PLANON facilities management system and other bespoke IT systems (Legionella, Asbestos) and the post holder will  ensure all teams are fully proficient in their use and monitoring.

    Liaison with our customers, departments, colleagues, contractors and students is a key part of this role therefore customer service focus is also required.

    The successful applicant will have a real drive and passion for driving change, meeting service delivery and improving the student experience.

    For an informal discussion please contact Michelle Button, Head of Maintenance Operations, email m.button@hull.ac.uk or Joe Garner, Maintenance Logistics Manager email j.garner@hull.ac.uk tel 01482 465051 

     

    Closing Date: 21 Dec 2017
    Category: Operational/Admin Support/Manual/Specialist

  • Administrative Assistant (AE0112)

    The post holder will join a small team of administrative staff in the Graduate School who work closely together on all aspects of the service. The Graduate School is responsible for all functions relating to Postgraduate Research student administration, including updating student records, handling of theses, processing results, explaining procedures, and operating a student reception - the main point of enquiry for research students. The Graduate School also provides a study base for many research students. The post holder will have good literacy, numeracy and IT skills, and enjoy working directly with students and academic supervisors. Previous experience of working in a Graduate School environment will be an advantage.

    The post is part-time (14 hours a week over 2 days) and temporary for up to 9 months.

    For information about the Department please visit http://www.hull.ac.uk/Choose-Hull/Study-at-Hull/Graduate-School/Graduate-School.aspx

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Valerie Sanders, Director of the Graduate School, at v.r.sanders@hull.ac.uk or by telephone on 01482 46 6918.

    Closing Date: 21 Dec 2017
    Category: Operational/Admin Support/Manual/Specialist

  • Help Desk Assistant (ES0094)

    The Estates department is responsible for providing a wide range of services for the effective development, management and maintenance of the University’s Estate including the Capital Development, Environmental Management, Building and Grounds Maintenance, Cleaning, Portering, Security Services, Car Parking, Space Management.

    The Help Desk Assistant will be part of a team responsible for delivering the highest standards of customer service for staff, students, contractors and visitors, being the first point of contact for all Estates queries, comments and complaints, responding to or triaging any requests as appropriate. The successful candidate will have experience working in a fast paced, customer facing environment and be passionate about delivering great customer service. You will have excellent communication, IT and organisational skills. Applicants will be expected to demonstrate adaptability and flexibility, with the ability to undertake a varied workload while continually striving to improve the student experience with every interaction. Working in a deadline driven service you will play a key role to inform and facilitate the wider work of the Estates Directorate as we drive significant change.

    To discuss this role informally please contact Rea Adams Tel: 01482 347530 Email: rea.adam@hull.ac.uk

    Closing Date: 20 Dec 2017
    Category: Operational/Admin Support/Manual/Specialist

  • Administrator - Dean's Executive Office (FA0249)

    A major restructuring of Professional Services has recently taken place within Faculties, prompted by feedback from the student body and a drive to provide better coordinated, high-standard and effective services to our students, staff and partners. This is an exciting time to join the University during a period of major transformation and investment.

    The Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education University of Hull encompasses the School of Education and Social Sciences; the School of Arts and the School of Histories, Languages and Cultures. This role sits within the Faculty’s Dean’s Executive Office, which is responsible for matters relating to executive support, Faculty governance and compliance.

    We are seeking to appoint an outstanding professional who will support the Governance and Compliance Team Leader in the Dean’s Executive Office to deliver a high-quality service. Duties will include (but are not limited to):

    • Providing administrative support for senior management team of the Faculty, including substantial diary management

    • Supporting Faculty operational planning activities, including the use of University systems to maintain accurate information sets, and the production of a faculty almanac

    • Servicing Faculty and School level committees and forums

    • Collating and analysing data to inform faculty responses to University and external requests for information, including subject access requests and FOI requests

    Applications are sought from those prepared to work flexibly and collegiately. The successful candidate will need to have proven communication skills to foster good working relationships with the Faculty’s senior management team and University service teams.

    If you would like to discuss this role informally, please contact Tracey Anastasi, Manager of the Dean’s Executive Office on 01482 466893 or t.anastasi@hull.ac.uk

    Closing Date: 23 Dec 2017
    Category: Operational/Admin Support/Manual/Specialist

  • Faculty Finance Assistant (AF0028R)

    We are seeking to appoint a Finance Assistant to join the Faculty Finance Office of Arts, Cultures & Education and Business, Law & Politics. The key focus of the role will be to support the Faculty Business Partner in the provision of a comprehensive finance service at Faculty level.

    The role includes liaison with Faculty staff and Central Finance staff to ensure that income and expenditure is transacted correctly and in accordance with the University’s Financial Procedures and HMRC Regulations. Meeting deadlines is an important facet of the work.

    This post requires an able and adaptable team player who can demonstrate IT literacy with an ability to learn new systems and software and have a good general education showing clear evidence of literacy and numeracy. The post holder will also need to demonstrate the ability to exchange information in a timely and effective manner to students, staff and external contacts and be able to summarise information accurately in a clear and concise form. The role requires relevant financial knowledge gained through experience and on-the-job training.

    This is a continuing permanent post. We will consider flexible working patterns to suit the needs of the business / candidate.

    Previous applicants need not apply

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Joanne Fletcher - tel: 01482 463001 or e-mail: j.fletcher2@hull.ac.uk  

     

    Closing Date: 09 Jan 2018
    Category: Operational/Admin Support/Manual/Specialist

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Professional, Management and Senior Administration

  • Head of Faculty Operations (FA0251)

     A major restructuring of Professional Services has recently taken place within Faculties, prompted by a drive to provide better coordinated, high-standard and effective services to our students, staff and partners, and in response to feedback from the student body. This is an exciting time to join the University as we progress through a period of major transformation and investment.

    The Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education (FACE) at the University of Hull encompasses the School of Arts, the School of Education and Social Sciences, and the School of Histories, Languages and Cultures.

    We are seeking to appoint an outstanding professional who will support the Faculty Business Manager in taking forward a programme of change across the Faculty. The Head of Faculty Operations will be integral to the Faculty achieving its aspirations, goals and objectives. The post holder will report to the Faculty Business Manager, who leads the Professional Services team, and will be responsible for providing operational leadership in the efficient and effective administration of the Faculty, fostering a culture of continuous improvement, innovation and service quality. 

    The duties will include (but are not limited to):

    •             working in close collaboration with Student Services to review and develop procedures and systems associated with the capture, processing, and management and reporting of student related data;

    •             leading on the implementation of student service systems and processes in accordance with requirements of University policies and on behalf of University Directorates to ensure the effective implementation and development of underpinning operational systems and processes;

    •             working with the Associate Deans to evaluate, monitor and enhance the delivery of professional services to students;

    •             supporting the organisation and governance of the Faculty, on behalf of the Faculty Business Manager, in accordance with the needs of the Faculty and University including compliance, statutes, ordinances, Health and Safety, Data Protection, Freedom of Information and Subject Access requests etc;

    •             taking responsibility for the organisation and management of recruitment and admissions to the Faculty including the operational planning thereof.

    Applications are invited from those prepared to work flexibly and collegiately. The successful candidate will need to have proven communication skills to foster good working relationships with the Faculty’s management team and University service teams.

    If you would like to discuss this role informally, please contact Sarah Londesborough, Interim Faculty Business Manager, on 01482 466215 or s.londesborough@hull.ac.uk

    Interviews will be held week commencing 29th January 2018.

    For information about the Faculty visit http://beta.www.hull.ac.uk/Faculties/face.aspx

     

    Closing Date: 12 Jan 2018
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

  • Temporary Administrator (TSS-ESTATES)

    Role Type: Temporary full-time (36.5hrs p/w)
    Hourly Rate: £11.64 (including holiday pay)
    Date: 02/01/2018 – 12/01/2018

    About the University of Hull:
    This temporary administrative opportunity is available through the University’s Temporary Staffing Service and is based within the University’s Estates Department. The Estates Service plays a vital role in this through the delivery of a number of essential services including Campus Development, Maintenance, Security, Cleaning, Portering and Post services.

    Role Responsibilities:
    •Minute-taking and servicing meetings
    •Diary management of Directors within the Estates Department
    •Maintenance of digital and hard-copy filing systems
    •Reception Cover, handling phone calls and answering drop-in queries
    •Processing car parking permits and handling general Estates queries
    •Monitoring and replying to emails within agreed standards and timescales

    Skills/Experience Required:
    •Diary management and minute-taking experience
    •Strong Customer Service Skills
    •Proficient in the MS Office Suite
    •Adaptable and ability to learn new systems and processes quickly
    •Previous experience in an administrative function is essential

    If you are interested in being considered for this role, please send your CV to TSSJobs@hull.ac.uk.

    Application Closing Date is Friday 22nd December 2017.

    Closing Date: 22 Dec 2017
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

  • Student Wellbeing Adviser (SS0094)

    Student Wellbeing, Learning and Welfare Support is part of the Student Services directorate and aims to enhance the student experience through the provision of high quality advice, guidance and support to students of the university.

    Comprising of a variety of teams geared to support students, the service area places student achievement and retention at the core of its business and seeks to take a proactive and innovative approach to the activities offered as part of the service area.

    The student wellbeing adviser role is integral to the delivery of an excellent student experience. Working as part of the Health and Wellbeing Team within a wider service area, advisers engage with students through drop-in sessions and 1:1 individualised support.

    The purpose of the role is to promote student wellbeing by working closely with colleagues within the organisation and through engagement with external partners. Proactive in its approach, the team supports students experiencing emotional, psychological or mental health difficulties, providing a timely, accessible and confidential service.  The successful applicant will have experience of working with people with mental health problems and a relevant professional qualification, such as nursing, social work, counselling or occupational health.

    This post requires a criminal records check through the Disclosure and Barring Service.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Kate Howe, k.howe@hull.ac.uk

    For information about the department visit http://beta.www.hull.ac.uk/Choose-Hull/Student-life/Student-support/Looking-after-yourself/Health-and-wellbeing.aspx

     

    Closing Date: 20 Dec 2017
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

  • Academic Partnerships Officer (Collaborative provision) (ED0038)

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Academic Partnership Officer (Collaborative provision).

    The Academic Partnerships Office (APO) is responsible for managing the University’s relationships with its academic partners, both in the UK and overseas. The work of the APO underpins the University of Hull’s objective to be an internationally engaged university that forms winning partnerships, as well as being an anchor institution for the local economy and its communities.

    Our dedicated team supports existing partnerships and forges new ones. Partnerships provide opportunities for students to enrol at the University of Hull to study for all or part of a programme, for student and staff mobility, for the validation of programmes, and other forms of collaborative delivery.

    The office also manages partnerships with employers for the delivery of Higher and Degree Apprenticeships, as well as maintaining effective relationships with local Higher Education Providers and University Technical Colleges.

    We are responsible for establishing and maintaining all academic partnerships and for the efficient and effective implementation of the academic partnership approval process, from supporting initial engagement with potential partners through to implementing the outcomes of approvals process.

    The post holder will support these objectives by undertaking all aspects of due diligence for new and existing collaborative provision partnerships, assisting with establishing and maintaining relationships with existing partners, maintaining the APO's database of partnerships, and monitoring the effectiveness of collaborative provision partnerships.

    For an informal discussion about the post please contact Lynne Braham, Deputy Director, email: L.J.Braham@hull.ac.uk

    Closing Date: 19 Dec 2017
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

  • Research Impact Officer (AE0110)

    This post is offered at 60% full time equivalent, 21.90 hours per week.

    Research conducted at the University of Hull led to the development of liquid crystal display (LCD) screens used in TVs, laptops, phones and tablets. The ground-breaking technology behind bone density scanners (used to detect osteoporosis) and ‘lab-on-a-chip’ micro device technology became possible through the research of our experts. We’re incredibly ambitious about our research agenda and we are building on our strengths to further the impact of our research.

    The University of Hull is operating in an increasingly complex, challenging and competitive environment, with further major change on the horizon. Research & Enterprise has been a key part of the University’s mission statement since it was founded in 1927, and we are aiming to significantly increase our level of Research & Enterprise-related activities, outputs and impact during the 2016-2020 plan period.

    We are now investing significant resource to support our research performance, driving excellence, securing external funding and maximising the impact our research has on the world. This includes the appointment of a new part time Research Impact Officer to work alongside our current Research Impact Officer.

    The Research Impact Officer will be part of the Research Excellence Team, tasked with driving research excellence and high quality outputs and impacts across the University and leading the preparations of the University’s submission to REF2021. The Research Impact Officer will develop strong relationships with staff across the University to improve the reach and significance of our research and assist in the development of impact case studies for the Research Excellence Framework.  The Research Impact Officer will also assist staff in the preparation pathways to impact statements when applying for funding and providing training and guidance to academic colleagues on all matters relating to the non-academic impacts off their research.

    As a Research Impact Officer, you will have experience of supporting a REF submission, developing pathways to impact statements and disseminating your knowledge and training research staff.

    This an exciting time to join a growing central team, playing a key role in supporting the transformation of our research capability at the University of Hull.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Andrew Taylor, Research Excellence Manager, E a.f.taylor@hull.ac.uk

    Interviews will be held in early January 2018

    Closing Date: 21 Dec 2017
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

  • Fitness Manager (CA0172)

    Campus and Accommodation Services was formed as a new department in the autumn of 2012. The department is made up of Commercial Services, the Accommodation Office, the Sports and Fitness Centre and Central Print Services.

    The Sports team provides extensive high quality facilities on the Hull Campus catering for the needs of students, staff and community. The department has a reputation of delivering first class sport services both on the main campus and halls of residences. Facilities include, fitness suites, sports halls, exercise studios, and an array of outside grass and artificial sport surfaces.

    As a result of the approved Strategy of Sport and Active Recreation 2016 - 2019 the sports team is embarking on a Sports Transformation Project (STP) which will see a multimillion pound investment improving sports facilities on the Hull Campus.

    We are now seeking a highly motivated individual to join our sports department management team.

    The successful applicant will be responsible for leading the departmental Fitness services on and off campus, incorporating the launch of a newly refurbished 140+ station fitness arena, a purpose built performance strength and conditioning suite and group exercise studios.

    Main duties associated with the role include: the development and implementation of retention plans, processes and staff training, and the management of financial budgets associated with fitness income and expenditure.

    In addition, the successful applicant will be responsible for devising and implementing plans to drive improvements in customer service and satisfaction within the department, establishing methods to monitor and evaluate customer service and satisfaction including the creation specific key performance indicators (KPI’s).

    The post holder will also be responsible for all aspects of sports facility operations including; ensuring operational standards are adhered to, supervision of operational staff, offering advice and guidance on the use of equipment, assisting in all matters of centre security including till operation, cashing up and banking.

    The successful applicant will have a real passion and drive within the fitness industry, be customer focused, committed to delivering excellent service and be an ambassador in promoting and developing the fitness offer for the department.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dave Varley, T 01482 465467, E d.varley@hull.ac.uk

    For information about the department visit http://sport.hull.ac.uk/

    This post requires a criminal record check through the Disclosure and Barring Service.

    Closing Date: 22 Dec 2017
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

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Research VACANCIES

  • Research Software Developer (FS0336)

    The University of Hull is part of a £7.6M EPSRC Prosperity Partnership: A New Partnership in Offshore Wind. This is an exciting new collaboration between the Universities of Hull, Sheffield and Durham with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (the world’s largest offshore wind turbine manufacturer) and Ørsted (the world’s largest offshore wind farm developer). The aim of this 5-year programme is to address fundamental research to reduce the levelised cost of electricity from offshore wind, and lay the foundation for the next generation of wind turbines and farms at a significantly higher level of power generation.

    As part of this programme, the School of Engineering and Computer Science wishes to appoint a research assistant to work as part of the structures team to further develop and apply our specialist finite element code to the analysis of novel blade designs. This will include the introduction of new material capabilities and specialist optimization routines, together with validation and testing of the software.

    The successful applicant will have a BSc, BEng or MEng in Computer Science or similar, and ideally a PhD in Computer Science or a related discipline. S/he must have significant experience in software development, especially using C++, and ideally familiarity with PARAVIEW and/or high performance computing.

    To explore the post further, or for any queries you may have, please contact:

    Professor Michael Fagan, School of Engineering and Computer Science, Tel: +44 (0)1482 465058; E-mail m.j.fagan@hull.ac.uk

    Professor James Gilbert, School of Engineering and Computer Science, Tel: +44 (0)1482 466379; E-mail j.m.gilbert@hull.ac.uk

    Applicants are required to submit a current CV and covering letter outlining how their qualifications and experience meet the Person Specification in the Job Description below.

    Closing Date: 10 Jan 2018
    Category: Researchers

  • Research Associate (ESR14)

    Background and Context

    The position has arisen as a result of a successful application for an EU-funded Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Innovative Training Networks (ITN) programme on ‘Viral and Bacterial Adhesin Network Training (ViBrANT)’. VibrANT will bring together 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) based in academia and industry in seven EU countries. Each ESR will study approaches to improve our understanding of adhesion biology, to detect infections at the earliest possible stage, and thus to meet the threat posed by new and (re)emerging pathogens.

    Each ESR will have a full contract of employment and will be studying for a PhD as part of their employment for a period of three years. Each ESR will carry out two secondments at partner institutions, consisting of 9 academic institutions, 1 non-profit research institute, 3 SMEs, and 1 large enterprise. Each ESRs will have a personal development plan and comprehensive training providing for exceptional scientific and career development using through summer schools, workshops, a programme for outreach and science communication, as well as online training. This multidisciplinary and intersectoral training will enable the ESR to acquire the necessary skills to translate fundamental research into technologies with a strong positive impact on European socio-economic development and the care of patients with infectious diseases and forming a cross-European network.

    The successful candidate will be based at the University of Hull in School of Mathematics and Physical Sciences joining the reserach Prof. Nicole Pamme, and will also work closely with the two co-investigators on the project, Dr Alex Iles in Chemistry who manages our newly refurbished Lab-on-a-Chip Fabrication Facility and Dr Charlotte Dyer in Biomedical Sciences. The candidate will join a vibrant cohort of PhD students, PostDocs and academics studying lab-on-a-chip devices for chemistry and life science applications.

    Early Stage Researcher (ESR)

    ESR are those who, at the time of recruitment, are in the first four years (full-time equivalent) of their research careers. This time is measured from the date when they obtained the degree which formally entitles them to embark on a doctorate, either in the country in which the degree was obtained or in the country in which the research training is provided, irrespective of whether or not a doctorate was envisaged. Qualifications required for entry into the PhD program in each partner country can be found on each partner’s website or by contacting the partner by email (see links in the project descriptions section).

    Benefits and salary

    The MSCA-ITN programme offers a highly competitive and attractive salary and working conditions. The successful candidates will receive a salary in accordance with the MSCA regulations for early stage researchers. Exact salary will be confirmed upon offer and will be based on a Living Allowance of €3110/month to be paid in currency of country where based and with a correction factor to be applied per country + mobility allowance of €600/month. Additionally researchers may also qualify for a family allowance of €500/month depending on family situation. Taxation and Social Contribution deductions based on National and Institutional regulations will apply and will be deducted from the gross payment highlighted above. In addition to their individual scientific projects, all fellows will benefit from further continuing education, which includes the opportunity to register for a PhD degree, scientific skills courses, transferable skills courses, active participation in workshops and conferences, and secondments to partner labs.

    Applicants need to fully comply with the three eligibility criteria:

    1. Early-stage researchers (ESR): are those who are, at the time of recruitment by the host, in the first four years (full-time equivalent) of their research careers. This is measured from the date when they obtained the degree which formally entitles them to embark on a doctorate, either in the country in which the degree was obtained or in the country in which the research training is provided, irrespective of whether or not a doctorate was envisaged. Please note applicants cannot already hold a PhD.

    2. Conditions of international mobility of researchers: Researchers are required to undertake trans-national mobility (i.e. move from one country to another) when taking up the appointment. At the time of appointment by the host organisation, researchers must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of their host organisation for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to their recruitment. Short stays, such as holidays, are not taken into account.

    3. English language: Network fellows (ESRs) must demonstrate that their ability to understand and express themselves in both written and spoken English is sufficiently high for them to derive the full benefit from the network training. Non-native English speakers are required to provide evidence of English language competency before the appointment is made. An IELTS score of 6.5, or equivalent, is the minimum requirement.

    Important Dates

    Application deadline: 4 January 2018 | Interviews: 15 – 16 February 2018

    Closing Date: 04 Jan 2018
    Category: Researchers

  • Research Fellow in Cancer Rehabilitation (HY0186)

     

    This post is full time, fixed term for three years and has been made available through the release of the University of Hull’s Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) endowment fund. It is part of YCR’s large investment in applied health research in cancer, “Reducing Inequalities in Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire: Realising our potential for innovation in Diagnosis, Patient Management, Survivorship and Palliative Care Research”. The post-holder will work with other researchers in the patient management and survivorship and palliative care workstreams to develop and testa multi-disciplinary intervention to optimise physical function and nutritional status in older people with cancer looking at rehabilitation prior to, during and cancer therapy, including for those with cancer that persists or relapses following treatment.

    The post holder will have expertise in a discipline relevant to rehabilitation of people with cancer, or other serious illnesses e.g. palliative care.  He/she will demonstrate a commitment to the pursuit of excellence in research, and have completed a PhD in a relevant subject.   

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professors Miriam Johnson,

    E miriam.johnson@hyms.ac.uk(T 01482 463309) or Mike Lind (T 01482 461318)

    For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.ukand for SEDA http://www.hyms.ac.uk/researchcentres/chaps/research/seda

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, research project outline proposal (NB must relate to one of the topics described above, word limit 1500), covering letter, publications and any other relevant information. 

    This post requires clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service - Adult Workforce.

     

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    Closing Date: 19 Dec 2017
    Category: Researchers

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