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Academic

  • Lecturer in Nursing and Associated Health Care Programmes (Band 8)

    Code: (HS0190)

    The Faculty of Health Sciences is a new and dynamic Faculty at the University of Hull comprising of three Schools; School of Health and Social Work, Hull York Medical School and School of Life Sciences.  The Education and Research profile spans through Medicine, Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health, Social Work, Bio-medical science, psychology to sports health and exercise science.

    The University of Hull has been praised for excellent student outcomes by a Government panel evaluating excellence in teaching in UK Universities. The University was awarded Silver in the Teaching Excellence Framework and the School of Health and Social Work aim to build on this success and continue to strive for excellence in our teaching and student experience. Within the School of Health and Social Work we are redeveloping the structure and content of our curricula to ensure that our students can meet the complex and evolving challenges that they face in practice; this includes a number of new initiatives which include strengthening our international portfolio and developing our apprenticeship programmes. To support the current and future health and social care provision, we are seeking motivated and talented Registered Health Care professionals to join the programme teams. 

    In addition, to a strong educational offer, the Faculty provides excellent opportunities for practitioners who wish to build their academic career. Supported by an internationally renowned professoriate and a commitment to continuing professional development, the Faculty encourages all academic staff to enhance their teaching skills through the development of scholarly activity. 

    The post holder will join a team of academic staff involved in the delivery of the range of nursing and health programmes offered within the School. The role requires a contribution to the planning, development, delivery, quality assurance and enhancement of our pre-registration curricula and programmes. 

    The role also requires engagement in scholarly activity related to clinical practice, policy or education. Teaching and supervision on components of our continuing professional development and postgraduate programmes may also be required. 

    For informal discussions regarding the post please contact Deborah Robinson, Head of School on 01482 464698 deborah.robinson@hull.ac.uk  

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


    Closing Date: 06 Jun 2018
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 06 Jun 2018

  • Lecturer in Nursing and Associated Health Care Programmes (Band 7)

    Code: (HS0191)

    The Faculty of Health Sciences is a new and dynamic Faculty at the University of Hull comprising of three Schools; School of Health and Social Work, Hull York Medical School and School of Life Sciences.  The Education and Research profile spans through Medicine, Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health, Social Work, Bio-medical science, psychology to sports health and exercise science.

    The University of Hull has been praised for excellent student outcomes by a Government panel evaluating excellence in teaching in UK Universities. The University was awarded Silver in the Teaching Excellence Framework and the School of Health and Social Work aim to build on this success and continue to strive for excellence in our teaching and student experience. Within the School of Health and Social Work we are redeveloping the structure and content of our curricula to ensure that our students can meet the complex and evolving challenges that they face in practice; this includes a number of new initiatives which include strengthening our international portfolio and developing our apprenticeship programmes. To support the current and future health and social care provision, we are seeking motivated and talented Registered Health Care professionals to join the programme teams. 

    In addition to a strong educational offer, the Faculty provides excellent opportunities for practitioners who wish to build their academic career. Supported by an internationally renowned professoriate and a commitment to continuing professional development, the Faculty encourages all academic staff to enhance their teaching skills through the development of scholarly activity. 

    The post holder will join a team of academic staff involved in the delivery of the range of nursing and health programmes offered within the School. The role requires a contribution to the planning, development, delivery, quality assurance and enhancement of our pre-registration curricula and programmes. 

    The role also requires engagement in scholarly activity related to clinical practice, policy or education. Teaching and supervision on components of our continuing professional development and postgraduate programmes may also be required. 

    For informal discussions regarding the post please contact Deborah Robinson, Head of School on 01482 464698 deborah.robinson@hull.ac.uk 

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


    Closing Date: 06 Jun 2018
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 06 Jun 2018

  • Lecturer in Wound Healing

    Code: (HS0187)

    The School of Life Sciences (and Biomedical Sciences subject group therein) wishes to appoint a Lecturer in Wound Healing/Advanced Wound Care. Applications are particularly sought from outstanding research effective individuals with interests that complement existing wound healing expertise within the University and Hull/York Medical School. The successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

    This post will be linked to the recent announcement of a 5-year strategic research collaboration between the University of Hull and the leading global advanced wound care company, Smith & Nephew. The Faculty of Health Sciences have identified advanced wound care as an area of research strength and a priority area for expansion. You will join a vibrant research environment at the forefront of wound research, which spans discovery science (engineering, chemistry, biomedical) through to clinical research and patient studies. Biomedical Sciences has benefited from extensive investment over the last 5 years and has a wide range of state-of-the-art facilities, including dedicated flow cytometry, mass spectrometry, tissue culture and microbiology laboratories. The Daisy research laboratories at Castle Hill Hospital are conveniently located for clinical studies. 

    Our staff are involved in a range of interdisciplinary activities across the University and at national/ international level. In REF 2014, Biomedical science staff made a major contribution to UoA3 Allied Health Professions, Dentistry, Nursing & Pharmacy the University’s leading submission. The successful applicant will be expected to contribute fully to future REF submissions.

    For informal enquiries please contact the Biomedical Science Subject Group Head, Dr Barbara Guinn Tel:  01482 466543, E: b.guinn@hull.ac.uk or the Wound Healing Research Lead, Dr Mat Hardman Tel:01482461879, E: m.hardman@hull.ac.uk  

    Please complete the online application form and upload a covering letter and CV.  This post is advertised alongside HS0188 - Lecturer in Wound Healing, Band 7.  We will be recruiting to 1 post only.

    For information about The School of Life Sciences and Advanced Wound Care opportunities visit: 

    http://beta.www.hull.ac.uk/Faculties/fhs/sls.aspx

    http://beta.www.hull.ac.uk/work-with-us/research/case-studies/smith-nephew.aspx


    Closing Date: 10 Jun 2018
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 10 Jun 2018

  • Lecturer in Wound Healing

    Code: (HS0188)


    The School of Life Sciences (and Biomedical Sciences subject group therein) wishes to appoint a Lecturer in Wound Healing/Advanced Wound Care. Applications are particularly sought from outstanding research effective individuals with interests that complement existing wound healing expertise within the University and Hull/York Medical School. The successful applicant will also be expected to contribute to teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.


    This post will be linked to the recent announcement of a 5-year strategic research collaboration between the University of Hull and the leading global advanced wound care company, Smith & Nephew. The Faculty of Health Sciences have identified advanced wound care as an area of research strength and a priority area for expansion. You will join a vibrant research environment at the forefront of wound research, which spans discovery science (engineering, chemistry, biomedical) through to clinical research and patient studies. Biomedical Sciences has benefited from extensive investment over the last 5 years and has a wide range of state-of-the-art facilities, including dedicated flow cytometry, mass spectrometry, tissue culture and microbiology laboratories. The Daisy research laboratories at Castle Hill Hospital are conveniently located for clinical studies.

     

    Our staff are involved in a range of interdisciplinary activities across the University and at national/ international level. In REF 2014, Biomedical science staff made a major contribution to UoA3 Allied Health Professions, Dentistry, Nursing & Pharmacy the University’s leading submission. The successful applicant will be expected to contribute fully to future REF submissions.


    For informal enquiries please contact the Biomedical Science Subject Group Head, Dr Barbara Guinn Tel:  01482 466543, E: b.guinn@hull.ac.uk or the Wound Healing Research Lead, Dr Mat Hardman Tel:01482461879, E: m.hardman@hull.ac.uk  


    Please complete the application form and upload a covering letter and CV.  This post is advertised alongside HS0187 - Lecturer in Wound Healing, Band 8.  We will be recruiting to 1 post only.


    For information about The School of Life Sciences and Advanced Wound Care opportunities visit: 

    http://beta.www.hull.ac.uk/Faculties/fhs/sls.aspx

    http://beta.www.hull.ac.uk/work-with-us/research/case-studies/smith-nephew.aspx


    Closing Date: 10 Jun 2018
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 10 Jun 2018

  • Senior Lecturer in Applied Health Research Methods (Epidemiology)

    Code: (HS0182)

    Applications are invited for a Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology within the Institute for Clinical and Applied Health Research at the University of Hull. The University of Hull has ambitious plans for research growth: our vision is to be a world leader in well-designed applied health research, and to conduct outstanding research of relevance to our local area. This vision is being enabled by a £28m investment by the University in a new Health Campus development and the establishment of an Institute for Clinical and Applied Health Research. The formation of the Institute is supported by a major investment in academic staff and the establishment of strong methods and support infrastructure. We have attracted 13 new academic staff in the last 18 months.

    The appointee will be part of our Methods Hub, the purpose of which is to provide multidisciplinary methodological resource to support the full range of applied health research including clinical trials, health services research (quantitative and qualitative), clinical and population epidemiology, clinical and health psychology and public health. It is led and populated by research methodologists experienced in innovative applied methods design who are leading methodological and substantive research as well as providing first rate methodological support to others designing and conducting research. Current expertise within the Methods Hub includes statistics, clinical trials, mixed methods research, evidence synthesis, qualitative research and implementation science. The appointment of a methodologist with epidemiological expertise will complement the existing methods hub staff and enable us to support the delivery of high quality health research. 

    For exceptional candidates' an appointment may be made to Reader level. 

    For more information please contact Professor Una Macleod, Dean of Hull York Medical School, E: una.macleod@hyms.ac.uk; T: 01482 01482 463757 or Dr Judith Cohen, Director Hull Health Trials Unit E: Judith.Cohen@hyms.ac.uk T: 01482 463382

    Closing Date: 24 May 2018
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 24 May 2018

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Clinical academic

  • Programme Director Post Graduate Diploma in CBT

    Code: (HS0189)

    80% FTE Post.

    We are looking for a suitably qualified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist with an interest in CBT with Severe Mental Illness to lead our well established Post-Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) course. The course trains clinicians in “standard” CBT before specialising in Severe Mental Illness (SMI) conditions including Psychosis.

    This post would be an excellent career opportunity for a senior clinician with significant teaching experience to expand their role into a university environment or a clinical academic wishing to take on a greater leadership role. We want to recruit an individual who is passionate about the delivery and training of CBT and keen to lead and develop innovative approaches to training.

    The post holder will also need to have specific interest and experience working in at least one of the following areas: Psychosis, Bipolar Disorder, Personality Disorder or complex presentations. They will need to have leadership skills and will work with a dedicated team of university clinical academic staff and a network of honorary lecturers based in services. With a total of 0.8 whole time equivalent hours available, it is anticipated that the post-holder will continue to maintain some clinical duties to satisfy their BABCP accreditation.

    The post is primarily a teaching and scholarship post. We also welcome involvement in research in CBT. Main tasks include developing all aspects of the PG Diploma in CBT programme. This includes module-planning, teaching, developing programme evaluations and evaluating trainees’ clinical and academic competence. The post holder will be required to liaise with external examiners and be responsible for all aspects of reporting to the School and Faculty levels of the University. The University of Hull is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity in every aspect of our recruitment processes.

    Salary paid according to experience and qualifications.

    This post requires a Disclosure and Barring Service check, Adult Workforce.

    Interviews are anticipated to take place on 8th June 2018.

    Please contact Kerry Smith (Programme Director: Post Graduate Diploma in CBT) to discuss this post in more detail. Email: K.G.Smith@hull.ac.uk. Phone: Direct: 01482 463534/ Programme Administrator Tara Nelson, Tel: 01482 464418

    Closing Date: 28 May 2018
    Category: Clinical Academics

    Closing Date: 28 May 2018

  • Clinical Research Fellow (Cancer Nursing)

    Code: (HY0212)

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    This post is fixed term for 3 years.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole, and are especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true in relation to cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. We aim to address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences, in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care.

    This doctoral fellowship provides an opportunity to undertake a fully funded PhD embedded within this programme and with the support and mentorship of colleagues within the programme, the Medical School and University. The doctoral fellow will be a nurse with experience relevant to the care of people with cancer. He/she will demonstrate a commitment to the pursuit of excellence in research, and work towards the completion of a PhD thesis in the broad topic area of cancer nursing. 

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Judith Dyson; Judith.dyson@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463808

    For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 08 Jun 2018
    Category: Clinical Academics

    Closing Date: 08 Jun 2018

  • Clinical Research Fellow (Nutrition)

    Code: (HY0213)

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    This post is fixed term for 3 years.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole, and are especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true in relation to cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. We aim to address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences, in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care.

    This doctoral fellowship provides an opportunity to undertake a fully funded PhD embedded within this programme and with the support and mentorship of colleagues within the programme. The doctoral fellow will be a registered dietician with experience relevant to the care of people with cancer. He/she will demonstrate a commitment to the pursuit of excellence in research, and work towards the completion of a PhD thesis in the broad topic area of improving cancer patient management with tailored multi-disciplinary physical activity and nutritional support for older people with cancer. This may include patients fit for cancer treatment through to those receiving best supportive and palliative care depending on the interest of the post-holder. The duration of contract will be three years. Although based within the Primary Care Palliative Care Research Group the post-holder will liaise closely with the Cancer Research group (led by Professor Mike Lind) and will be expected to carry out clinical sessions which will be tailored for their development, while making a contribution to service needs. (For a full time doctoral fellow, the expectation is of one - two clinical sessions a week).

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Miriam Johnson; Miriam.johnson@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463442

    Interviews are expected to be held on or around 13 June 2018

    For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 27 May 2018
    Category: Clinical Academics

    Closing Date: 27 May 2018

  • Clinical Research Fellow (Geriatric Oncology)

    Code: (HY0214)

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    This post is fixed term for 3 years.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole, and are especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true in relation to cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. We aim to address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences, in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care.

    This doctoral fellowship provides an opportunity to undertake a fully funded PhD embedded within this programme and with the support and mentorship of colleagues within the programme. The doctoral fellow will be a registered medical practitioner in clinical training in a specialty relevant to the surgical or non-surgical care of people with cancer (likely to be surgery, oncology, palliative care, surgery or care of the elderly, but other specialities will be considered). He/she will demonstrate a commitment to the pursuit of excellence in research, and work towards the completion of a PhD thesis in the area of either evaluating methods of assessing frailty and/or comorbidity in the assessment of elderly cancer patients or prehabilitation of elderly patients undergoing cancer treatment. The duration of contract will be three years. Although based within the Cancer Research Group the post-holder will liaise closely with the Primary Care Palliative Care Research group (led by Professor Miriam Johnson and Professor Joanne Reeve) and will be expected to carry out clinical sessions which will be tailored for their development, while making a contribution to service needs. (For a full time doctoral fellow, the expectation is a minimum of two clinical sessions a week). 

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Mike Lind; m.j.lind@hull.ac.uk, 01482 461318

    Interviews are expected to held on or around 13 June 2018.

    For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 27 May 2018
    Category: Clinical Academics

    Closing Date: 27 May 2018

  • Clinical Research Fellow (Primary Care)

    Code: (HY0215)

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    This post is fixed term for 3 years.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole, and are especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true in relation to cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. We aim to address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences, in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care.

    This doctoral fellowship provides an opportunity to undertake a fully funded PhD embedded within this programme and with the support and mentorship of colleagues within the programme team, the Medical School and the University. The doctoral fellow will be a GP who has completed training and is developing an academic career. 

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Joanne Reeve; joanne.reeve@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463297, or Dr Liz Mitchell; liz.mitchell@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 347537

    For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 08 Jun 2018
    Category: Clinical Academics

    Closing Date: 08 Jun 2018

  • Clinical Research Fellow

    Code: (HY0208)

    This 12 month post will be in the Academic Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism Group based at Hull York Medical School, University of Hull.  It will provide an opportunity for candidates who wish to pursue a career in Diabetes and Endocrinology to undertake a research project leading to a higher degree. 

    The post will offer research opportunities within metabolic studies in cardiovascular risk in obesity, diabetes, polycystic ovary syndrome and other insulin resistant states together with clinical trials of novel dietary and pharmacology interventions.  You will be encouraged to engage in and foster multidisciplinary research into the lifestyle and environmental effects on these cardiometabolic conditions.

    Degree qualified, you will hold an MBBS qualification and be GMC registered and ideally qualified to MRCP(UK) standards. Your passion for patient health will mean you inspire all around you, and your compassion, enthusiasm and creativity are balanced with strong communication skills.

    This post is for 12 months, with potential for extension. To learn more, contact Professor Thozhukat Sathyapalan, on 01482 675312 or Thozhukat.Sathyapalan@hyms.ac.uk.  

    The Hull York Medical School is an equal partnership between the Universities of Hull and York.  It operates in association with the NHS in North and East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire. 

    For further information about HYMS, visit www.hyms.ac.uk/jobs

    This post requires DBS clearance - Adult workforce.


    Closing Date: 25 May 2018
    Category: Clinical Academics

    Closing Date: 25 May 2018

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Operational/Admin support/Manual/Specialist

  • Administrator/Requisitioner

    Code: (BL0041)

    This is an exciting opportunity to become part of a team in the Dean’s Executive Office in the Faculty of Business, Law and Politics. 


    The post holder will act as a requisitioner to the Faculty. This will involve administering all requisitions for the Faculty some of which include maintenance requests, hospitality, UK and International travel requests. 


    The successful applicant will have a clear focus on delivering excellent customer service, as you will be dealing with a range of queries over the telephone, in person and by email. You will need the ability to maintain accurate records in order to produce reports. Excellent organisational skills and ability to use a wide range of skills from the MS office suite as well as learn new systems and software is also essential.


    Applications are sought from experienced professionals, prepared to work flexibly and collegiately and with a commitment to excellent customer service.


    For an informal discussion about the post please contact Heidi Westerdale, The Dean’s Executive Office Manager, Faculty of Business, Law and Politics on T: 01482 463417, E: H.L.Westerdale@hull.ac.uk 

    Closing Date: 05 Jun 2018
    Category: Operational/Admin Support/Manual/Specialist

    Closing Date: 05 Jun 2018

  • Food Outlet Supervisor – Eats Italia

    Code: (XX0023)

    Would you like to work in a unique hospitality environment?

    HUU is a unique environment - we are a charity with a great team made up of permanent staff supported by student staff and volunteers to provide our members (the students of the University of Hull) with opportunities to create change, gain new skills and experiences, access help and support when needed, make friends, earn a crust, explore a new city (the City of Culture for 2017!) most importantly – have a great time!

    Here in Commercial Services we are looking for an enthusiastic Supervisor to join our team and supervise the smooth running of our food outlets.

    Our Catering areas provide excellent facilities, with a range of options designed to appeal to our students. We are looking for someone with previous experience of working in a food environment, who will work alongside and lead a team and maintain a calm manner during busy shifts, with a willingness to support and train student staff members within the team.

    Hours will include a combination of days, evenings and weekends. You will be expected to work during Freshers' week, Refreshers' week and at the End of Year Ball in June. If you are motivated, reliable, punctual and have high standards then you are exactly what we need to help provide the best service for our students!

    If you feel you can make a difference and add value to our organisation as well as seizing an opportunity to develop your own skills, please click the 'Apply Online' button below.

    Closing Date: 15 Jun 2018
    Category: Operational/Admin Support/Manual/Specialist

    Closing Date: 15 Jun 2018

  • Institute Administrator

    Code: (AE0136)

    The Energy and Environment Institute is seeking to appoint an experienced administrator to work alongside the Executive Officer and provide effective high quality administrative support to the Institute. 


    You will carry out a wide range of administrative tasks to support the Institute’s business and day to day operations including research activities and grants, events, conferences, workshops and projects and internal HR, estates, ICT and finance functions. In addition the post holder will support the team in the development of marketing materials and the Institute’s web presence and project web sites, working with the central University and marketing and communication team as required.


    Tasks and responsibilities will include complex diary management, acting as secretariat for EEI meetings, managing expense claims and assisting with the coordination of recruitment and induction procedures. In addition you will work with the faculty and central university teams to coordinate all purchases of goods and services for the Institute team including travel planning and the development and maintenance of processes, reports and documentation. Additional responsibilities will include providing administrative support for specific projects and events and workshops including event planning and coordination. In addition you will be expected to contribute to the development and maintenance of processes and systems to enhance the Institutes activities and promote efficiency.


    Applications are sought from those prepared to work flexibly, efficiently and collegiately in a busy environment. You will have excellent planning and organisation skills with the ability to prioritise tasks effectively in order to provide an excellent support service to colleagues. You will have excellent communication skills enabling you to liaise effectively with external partners and internal colleagues, and you must have a willingness to work as a positive member of the team. You must have substantial administrative experience covering a board range of tasks and be able to demonstrate accuracy and attention to detail and the ability to use initiative to offer solutions. Experience of working with web based content management and file sharing systems, such as Box and SharePoint, is desirable as is experience of document formatting and presentation software, such as PowerPoint.


    To discuss this role informally, please contact Jo Dewey, Executive Officer T: 01482 463012 or E: j.dewey@hull.ac.uk 


    For information about the department visit http://www.hull.ac.uk/Work-with-us/Research/institutes/energy-and-environment-institute.aspx

    Closing Date: 03 Jun 2018
    Category: Operational/Admin Support/Manual/Specialist

    Closing Date: 03 Jun 2018

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Professional, Management and Senior Administration

  • MB BS Phase II-III Coordinator

    Code: (HY0220)

    Are you ready for a new challenge in a different kind of Medical School?

    Incredibly organised?

    Passionate about delivering exceptional customer service?

    Hull York Medical School is looking for two experienced administrators to join our team responsible for the coordination of our 5 year undergraduate medical programme (MB BS).

    This is an exciting time to join the School as we prepare for a significant increase in our medical student numbers. You will be on the frontline leading the delivery of an enthusiastic and high-quality service to our students, staff and visitors every day. You will have an opportunity to shape our processes, ensuring that they are effective, efficient and student-focussed.

    We are looking for candidates who are highly organised, collaborative, friendly, energetic and have excellent communication skills. You will need to demonstrate the ability to build strong working relationships across a complex multi-site organisation, as well as showing a commitment to improving the overall quality of the student experience.

    In return, we can help you realise your potential in a demanding role within a supportive environment.

    To discuss these roles informally, please contact Sarah Fordham, Programme Manager T: 01482 464701 E: sarah.fordham@hyms.ac.uk.

    We are also looking for a MB BS Phase I Coordinator, please follow the link for further details http://jobs.hull.ac.uk/HY0221

    Closing Date: 06 Jun 2018
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 06 Jun 2018

  • MB BS Phase I Coordinator

    Code: (HY0221)

    Are you ready for a new challenge in a different kind of Medical School?

    Incredibly organised?

    Passionate about delivering exceptional customer service?

    Hull York Medical School is looking for two experienced administrators to join our team responsible for the coordination of our 5 year undergraduate medical programme (MB BS).

    This is an exciting time to join the School as we prepare for a significant increase in our medical student numbers. You will be on the frontline leading the delivery of an enthusiastic and high-quality service to our students, staff and visitors every day. You will have an opportunity to shape our processes, ensuring that they are effective, efficient and student-focussed.

    We are looking for candidates who are highly organised, collaborative, friendly and have excellent communication skills. You will need to demonstrate the ability to build strong working relationships across a complex multi-site organisation, as well as showing a commitment to improving the overall quality of the student experience.

    In return, we can help you realise your potential in a demanding role within a supportive environment.

    To discuss these roles informally, please contact Sarah Fordham, Programme Manager T: 01482 464701 E: sarah.fordham@hyms.ac.uk.

    We are also looking for a MB BS Phase II-III Coordinator, please follow the link for further details http://jobs.hull.ac.uk/HY0220

    Closing Date: 06 Jun 2018
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 06 Jun 2018

  • Programme Administrator

    Code: (HY0223)

    Are you passionate about delivering exceptional customer service and providing high-quality support to students and academic colleagues?

    Hull York Medical School is looking for an experienced administrator to join our team responsible for the co-ordination of postgraduate programmes. 

    You will be specifically responsible for the delivery of postgraduate taught programmes and will work with a range of stakeholders including an enthusiastic and highly motivated student body and academic programme leads. You will have the opportunity to shape our processes, ensuring that they are effective, efficient and student-focussed.

    We are looking for a candidate who is highly organised, collaborative, welcoming, energetic and has excellent communication skills. You will need to demonstrate the ability to build strong working relationships across a complex multi-site organisation, as well as showing a commitment to improving the overall quality of the student experience.

    In return, we can help you realise your potential in a demanding role within a supportive environment.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Sarah Fordham, Programme Manager T: 01482 464701 E: sarah.fordham@hyms.ac.uk.

    Closing Date: 05 Jun 2018
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 05 Jun 2018

  • Generalist Advice Centre Adviser

    Code: (XX0024)

    HUU is a unique environment - We are a charity with a great team made up of permanent staff supported by student staff and volunteers to provide our members (the students of the University of Hull) with opportunities to create change, gain new skills and experiences, access help and support when needed, make friends, earn a crust, explore a new city (the City of Culture for 2017!) but most importantly – have a great time!

    HUU is run by students who have been elected by their fellow students. These Student Officers listen to the problems students face individually or as groups and campaign for improvements – their aim is to ensure students studying at the University of Hull gain valuable life skills as well as the best education possible.

    A key vacancy has now arisen for a Generalist Advice Centre Adviser to undertake the student welfare case load within the Union’s highly regarded Advice Centre. The post holder will be expected to undertake and maintain an extensive personal caseload.

    This is a part time position of 30 hours per week for 52 weeks. The Advice Centre is part of Hull University Union and provides free, impartial confidential advice, information and representation to students on a wide range of practical issues. Our advice team consists of 4 permanent staff including a part-time Receptionist to support the four advisory roles.

    The successful applicant should have; 

    • Previous experience in providing case work advice, working with confidential information and under the GDPR.
    • Essential knowledge of Higher Education, ideally with experience in housing matters, academic matters, benefits and money advice.
    • An empathetic approach with ability to build and maintain trust, to be non-judgmental, and remain impartial.
    • Experience of assisting with training/workshops/campaigns.
    • Excellent time management skills.
    • Experience of working as part of a team with the ability to work in an autonomous and independent way.
    • A calm approach to case management with the ability and resilience to deal with difficult situations.
    • Previous experience of using social media for marketing purposes.
    • Experience of using all Microsoft packages.
    • A proactive approach to own professional development.

    If you are ambitious and interested in working for Hull University Union, please click the 'Apply Online' button below.

    For an informal discussion, telephone Gina Rayment the Advice Centre Manager on (01482) 466266.

    Closing Date: 04 Jun 2018
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 04 Jun 2018

  • Administrator

    Code: (SS0101)

    As a result of a re-organisation in Registry Services we are looking to appoint Administrators to join our busy team who will provide an outstanding service to all stakeholders.  The role is within the central support department responsible for many administrative services that are provided to students and other areas of the University, including enrolment, student and course records, examination arrangements, results, visa compliance, timetabling and graduation ceremonies.  

    The post involves frequent liaison with staff across the University, as well as external partners and you will have excellent ability to communicate accurately and clearly both in writing and verbally.  

    You will be educated to A-Level standard (or equivalent) and have experience of working within a busy office environment.  You must have good organisational skills and strong attention to detail, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, excellent IT skills and a demonstrable ability to follow guidance in handling sensitive and personal information.  The ability to work proactively and solve problems is essential as is the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.  We are also looking for someone who can demonstrate excellent customer service.  

    This is an exciting opportunity to join a highly motivated team dedicated to providing an excellent service to both staff and students. The proposed interview date for the above posts will be 12 June 2018.  

    For informal enquiries please contact the Head of Operations, Nikki Davies, T:  01482 465980 E: nicola.davies@hull.ac.uk  

    Closing Date: 29 May 2018
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 29 May 2018

  • Team Leader

    Code: (SS0102)

    As a result of a re-organisation with Registry Services, we are looking to appoint team leaders to lead a small team within Registry Services.  

    Registry Services is a central support department responsible for many administrative services that are provided to students and other areas of the University, including enrolment, student and course records, examination arrangements, results, visa compliance, timetabling and graduation ceremonies. 

    Reporting to the Head of Operations, this post is one of 3 team leader roles within Registry Services. The post holder will lead a team of Administrators supporting the achievement of Registry Services key performance indicators to improve the student experience and their progression and success.

    The successful candidates will need to have proven communication skills to foster good working relationships within the service and across university service teams. Experience of supervising staff and delegation of work is essential, and confident in the use of administrative systems and processes.  

    The proposed interview date is 11 June 2018.

    If you would like to discuss either of these roles informally, please contact Nikki Davies, Head of Operations, Tel:  01482 465980 Email:  nicola.davies@hull.ac.uk 

    Closing Date: 29 May 2018
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 29 May 2018

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Research VACANCIES

  • Research Associate

    Code: (FS0354)

    This is an exciting opportunity for a social science researcher to join a new inter-disciplinary team of 14 staff and students, working across 6 universities, on the past, present and future of endemic livestock disease in Britain. The post is part of the Wellcome Trust-funded project ‘Thinking forward through the past: Linking science, social science and the humanities to inform the sustainable reduction of endemic disease in British livestock farming’. Experts in history, geography, rural sociology, economics and epidemiology are coming together in this 4-year project to study the inter-connected past, present and future of two exemplar endemic livestock diseases: Bovine Viral Diarrhoea, and lameness in cattle and sheep. Working within and across disciplinary clusters, we aim to develop innovative methods, and new disciplinary and inter-disciplinary insights that will advance scholarship, and have a lasting impact on animal welfare and disease control policy and practice. The post holder will be based in the Geography Subject Area, School of Environmental Sciences, and be supervised by Dr. Lewis Holloway.

    The post holder will be a social scientist with expertise in qualitative research methods. S/he will be responsible for arranging and conducting interviews, ethnography and focus groups with farmers, consumers and farm advisers. The research project is underpinned by an innovative and highly interactive public engagement programme which is fully integrated into the research. 

    The proposed start date is 1st September 2018 and will last for 48 months.

    Interviews are likely to be held in late June or early July 2018. 

    For information about the School of Environmental Sciences please visit http://beta.www.hull.ac.uk/faculties/fse/es.aspx

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr. Lewis Holloway, T 01482 466759, E l.holloway@hull.ac.uk 

    Closing Date: 06 Jun 2018
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 06 Jun 2018

  • Research Fellow (Information Specialist)

    Code: (HY0209)

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    This post is fixed term for 3 years.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole, and are especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true in relation to cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. We aim to address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences, in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care.

    This role is part of this investment, and is a cross-cutting post for an enthusiastic, self-motivated Information Specialist to work with clinical and applied health researchers to take forward the work of the TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire programme. 

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Liz Mitchell, Senior Lecturer in Primary Care Research; liz.mitchell@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 467537 

    For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 08 Jun 2018
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 08 Jun 2018

  • Research Fellow (Evidence Synthesis)

    Code: (HY0210)

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    This post is fixed term for 3 years.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole, and are especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true in relation to cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. We aim to address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences, in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care.

    We are recruiting to Senior Fellowship posts within this programme, and this post holder will work as part of the team to support pilot/feasibility work and the development of funding proposals. They will also work closely with an information specialist also being recruited at this time. Initially, the focus will be on undertaking scoping reviews around cancer research within the Primary Care and Palliative Care Research Group.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Liz Mitchell, Senior Lecturer in Primary Care Research; liz.mitchell@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 467537

    For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 08 Jun 2018
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 08 Jun 2018

  • Research Fellow (Cancer Statistics)

    Code: (HY0211)

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    This post if fixed term for 3 years.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole, and are especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true in relation to cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. We aim to address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences, in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care.

    We are recruiting to Senior Fellowship posts within this programme, and this post holder will work as part of the team to support pilot/feasibility work and the development of funding proposals. We want to appoint a post-doctoral, band 7, research fellow in cancer statistics. The successful candidate will have experience in observational and experimental study design and data analysis. 

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Miriam Johnson; Miriam.johnson@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463309 

    For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 08 Jun 2018
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 08 Jun 2018

  • Yorkshire Cancer Research Career Development Fellowship

    Code: (HY0216)

    There are 3 posts available, all of which will be part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    This post is fixed term for 5 years.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole and especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true of cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. As a result of this investment we are seeking to recruit five applied health scientists as career development fellows to take forward applied cancer research. These prestigious fellowships will address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences in the following three areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care. 

    Each of these fellowships will be accompanied by an attractive package to support research and personal development and the expectation is that the postholders will use these fellowships to establish themselves as independent applied heath researchers with expertise in cancer and outcomes and /or care. 

    The University of Hull has ambitious plans for research growth to become a world leader in applied health and clinical research, and to conduct outstanding research of relevance to our local area. This vision is being enabled by a £28m investment by the University in a new Health Campus development and the establishment of an Institute for Clinical and Applied Health Research (ICAHR), dovetailing with the Yorkshire Cancer Research award. The formation of the Institute is supported by a major investment in academic staff and the establishment of strong methods and support infrastructure. The Yorkshire Cancer Research Career Development Fellows will be based in this new Institute, either within the Hull York Medical School (HYMS) or the School of Health and Social Work (SHSW) depending on the best fit of the Fellow. Both are Schools within the Faculty of Health Sciences, which also includes the School of Life Sciences. It will be based within the new Allam Medical Building which opened in Summer 2017. 

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Una Macleod; una.macleod@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463757, or Professor Miriam Johnson; Miriam.johnson@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463309, or Professor Mike Lind; m.j.lind@hull.ac.uk, 01482 461318 

    For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 22 Jun 2018
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 22 Jun 2018

  • Yorkshire Cancer Research Senior Fellowship

    Code: (HY0217)

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme. 

    This post is fixed term for 5 years.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole and especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true of cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. As a result of this investment we are seeking to recruit a senior researcher to lead this programme of research. We have configured this as a personal Senior Fellowship and it will be accompanied by an attractive package to support research and personal development. The appointed Fellow will oversee this programme which will include four Career Development Fellows (at Band 8), while establishing themselves as a leader in applied cancer research. All these fellowships will address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care. 

    The University of Hull has ambitious plans for research growth in applied health and clinical research: our vision is to be a world leader in well-designed applied health research, and to conduct outstanding research of relevance to our local area. This vision is being enabled by a £28m investment by the University in a new Health Campus development and the establishment of an Institute for Clinical and Applied Health Research (ICAHR). The formation of the Institute is supported by a major investment in academic staff and the establishment of strong methods and support infrastructure. The award by Yorkshire Cancer Research dovetails with this investment by the University of Hull. This Fellowship will be based in this new Institute, either within the Hull York Medical School (HYMS) or the School of Health and Social Work (SHSW) depending on the best fit of the Fellow. Both are now Schools within a new Faculty of Health Sciences, which also includes the School of Life Sciences. It will be based within the new Allam Medical Building which opened in Summer 2017. 

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Una Macleod; una.macleod@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463757, or Professor Miriam Johnson; Miriam.johnson@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463309, or Professor Mike Lind; m.j.lind@hull.ac.uk, 01482 461318

    For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 22 Jun 2018
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 22 Jun 2018

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