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  • Lectureships in Applied Mathematics (Fixed Term)

    Code: (FS0589)

    The Department of Physics and Mathematics at the University of Hull is seeking applications for two Fixed-Term Lectureships (Assistant Professor), each of (initially) 2 years duration, to aid in the development of its new Applied Mathematics provision, through the design and delivery of both existing modules, and modules aligned with your expertise.  You will have a teaching or research background in areas including, but not limited to, mathematical modelling, data science, numerical analysis, and/or high performance computing; interest in interdisciplinary areas straddling the Faculty of Science and Engineering's strengths, including engineering and physical science, marine and biological science, and energy & the environment is desirable. These positions will provide unique career development opportunities, allowing you to establish a world-leading teaching portfolio within a collegial and supportive environment, and contribute as a builder to our newly proposed Centre for Mathematical Sciences. 

    The Department of Physics and Mathematics was established in August 2012 to further develop physics as a leading STEM subject and to re-introduce the teaching of mathematics at the University of Hull. Our vision is to deliver world-leading research and to provide a transformative learning experience for our students. The University of Hull is investing extensively in facilities and recruiting the world’s finest academic staff to build leading-edge research capacity. 

    You can learn more about these positions and apply online at jobs.hull.ac.uk

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Brad Gibson (Head of Department) at  brad.gibson@hull.a

    Closing Date: 26 Apr 2021
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 26 Apr 2021

  • Lectureships in Applied Mathematics

    Code: (FS0586)

    The Department of Physics and Mathematics at the University of Hull is seeking applications for two permanent Lectureships (Assistant Professor) to develop its new Applied Mathematics provision and aid in the establishment of our newly proposed Centre for Mathematical Sciences. You will have a strong research record in areas including, but not limited to, mathematical modelling, data science, numerical analysis, and/or high performance computing; interdisciplinary research straddling the Faculty of Science and Engineering's strengths, including engineering and physical science, marine and biological science, and energy & the environment is desirable. This is an opportunity to build your career by identifying and conducting your own and collaborative research projects, by teaching students at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and contributing as a builder of the Centre for Mathematical Sciences. 

    The Department of Physics and Mathematics was established in August 2012 to further develop physics as a leading STEM subject and to re-introduce the teaching of mathematics at the University of Hull. Our vision is to deliver world-leading research and to provide a transformative learning experience for our students. The University of Hull is investing extensively in facilities and recruiting the world’s finest academic staff to build leading-edge research capacity. 

    Candidates are requested to upload a CV and covering letter and complete the short online application form.

    You can learn more about these positions and apply online at jobs.hull.ac.uk

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Brad Gibson (Head of Department) at  brad.gibson@hull.ac.uk

    Closing Date: 26 Apr 2021
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 26 Apr 2021

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  • Head of Registry

    Code: (AQ0073)

    The University of Hull is very pleased to commence its search for a Head of Registry.

    The work of the Head of Registry is fundamental to the delivery of the University of Hull’s strategic aims of an outstanding student experience combined with exceptional teaching and learning quality. The Head of Registry is expected to organise a number of professional services in the Academic Registry, and the resources required to deliver that service. They will operate effectively at senior level within the University and ensure a welcoming, pro-active and responsive service for our students in relation to activities ranging from enrolment to certification.

    The Academic Registry is new to the University of Hull. Alongside its creation, the Head of Registry role is changed and enhanced. This is an exciting opportunity for a candidate who wants to further shape the role along the way. Working closely with the Academic Registrar the Head of Registry will work on new initiatives whilst being responsible for leading and managing a high quality user-centred set of existing activities. Overall job satisfaction will come from: driving service improvement; people development; supporting standards and anticipating risk to reputation.

    The Head of Registry will respond to the voices of our stakeholders and the ever-changing external world, whilst being a role model for our values. They will want to work right across the institution with colleagues in faculties and professional services, with our students and with the Hull University Student Union. The role holder will be instinctively collaborative in their approach and will create initiatives with Directors of Service and Heads of Faculty Operations across operational boundaries.

    For further details on the role, please visit www.minervasearch.com/hull.

    Applications should consist of a CV accompanied by a covering letter addressing the criteria in the role information. Please send your application to: hull@minervasearch.com Closing date for receipt of applications is Thursday April 29th 2021.

    The Head of Registry will be appointed by a selection committee. A candidate review meeting will take place shortly after the closing date with shortlisted candidates being notified thereafter.

    Preliminary shortlisted candidates will subsequently be invited to a conversation with the Academic Registrar and colleagues. 

    The process will conclude with final shortlisted candidates meeting the selection committee for the formal interview process. Formal interviews are expected to take place 20th and 21st May 2021.  An appointment will be made subject to satisfactory references, in line with the usual terms and conditions of employment at the University.



     

     

     

    Closing Date: 29 Apr 2021
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 29 Apr 2021

  • Sustainability & Environmental Manager

    Code: (ES0130)

    The University of Hull is operating in an increasingly complex, challenging and competitive environment.  

    We have therefore developed a renewed, ambitious and distinctive vision for the University – to shape a fairer, brighter, carbon-neutral future for all. That vision gives us a shared sense of purpose and direction, and something we can be all be proud to be a part of.  

    As a part of this, we have committed to becoming the first University in the country to become Carbon Neutral, in time for our centenary year in 2027.

    Our values – inclusive, empowering and progressive reflect who we are and how we work to create a culture for success, as we continue to evolve to ensure that we adapt at pace to meet the needs of our students, collaborators and partners.

    The Sustainability & Environmental Manager is a critical role in the Estates and Facilities Directorate, providing leadership and direction for all matters relating to the strategic and operational delivery across the Sustainability programme, set within an Estates & Facilities context. 

    It is an exciting time for the team, as we drive improvements in compliance, efficiency, customer service and performance as well as creating the opportunity to gain competitive advantages through our activity-underpinned by a significant investment in the Estate in conjunction with a full modernisation programme across the team’s systems and processes. The post holder will also play a critical role in the successful achievement of our stated ambition of becoming the first truly Carbon Neutral University in the UK, by 2027.

    Reporting to the Assistant Director of Estates, the Sustainability & Environmental Manager will be an experienced, motivated, proven professional with expertise in leading and driving change from a Sustainability stand point.  

    The postholder will lead a team of 5 (4 fte) and will have experience in being a key part of a large Estates and Facilities Directorate senior management team. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate significant experience and a high level of skill in the development of sustainability strategies and delivery of associated physical and behavioral change management projects and have a detailed understanding of relevant legislation, policy, guidance and funding sources.

    Specifically, the postholder will:

    • lead and promote sustainability functions and activities through the development and implementation of a sustainability strategy, a major element of which is to deliver the vision of becoming a carbon neutral University by 2027.
    • lead the delivery of a high quality and value for money environmental services function across a large and complex estate ensuring it is carried out efficiently and within all available resources.

    For an informal discussion regarding this post, please contact Paul Riley, Assistant Director of Estates, at p.riley@hull.ac.uk

    Closing Date: 14 May 2021
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 14 May 2021

  • Administrator

    Code: (CO0004)

    Registry Services are looking to appoint an enthusiastic administrator to join our busy team. The role is positioned within the Academic Registry Directorate, and primarily involves the maintenance of student and course records for both internal and external stakeholders. 

    Other duties for the post involve processing student results, producing degree certificates and other academic documents, along with supporting the University’s enrolment and graduation events. The post-holder will also be required to communicate frequently with University staff, external partners and students, in a courteous and timely manner, meaning that clear verbal and written communication skills are required. 

    This is a dynamic and fast-paced role and will require a candidate with strong organisational skills and a keen eye for detail. Previous experience of working in a busy office environment is essential, along with demonstrable experience in providing excellent customer service. You should also demonstrate an ability to follow guidance in handling sensitive and personal information.  The ability to work proactively and solve problems is essential, as well as being able to work independently and as part of a team.  

    For any informal enquiries please contact Dan Howliston, Senior Team Leader, Registry Services via email daniel.howliston@hull.ac.uk 

    Closing Date: 27 Apr 2021
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 27 Apr 2021

  • Faculty Research Administrative Lead

    Code: (HS0316)

    The University’s Faculty of Health Sciences, which has cutting-edge teaching and learning facilities, is home to Hull York Medical School and the departments of Biomedical Sciences; Midwifery and Child Health; Nursing; Paramedical, Perioperative and Advanced Practice; Psychological Health, Wellbeing and Social Work; Psychology; Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences.

    The Faculty is committed to achieving the very highest standards in all that we do and is supported by a dedicated team of Professional Services Staff (PSS) providing a wide range of specialised administrative and technical support services. This post provides the role holder the opportunity to develop and enhance the administrative leadership required to support to the Faculty Research programmes.

    The Faculty carries out world-leading research to tackle some of the biggest health challenges facing society and is a major contributor to the region's healthcare workforce and know-how. 

    As a Faculty, we are also addressing health inequalities and the well-being of society as a whole through high-calibre research. Our world-leading research hub, the Institute of Clinical and Applied Health Research (ICAHR), brings together a range of specialist research groups from cancer care to cardiology to drive improvements to healthcare. Our Hull Health Trials Unit provides leadership and a range of practical and specialist support throughout the clinical research process. Our PET Research Centre is a state of the art medical-imaging research facility improving the capabilities of nuclear imaging of cancer and cardiac disease.

     The position is available initially for 18 months as it is linked to external funding. This is a part time position, with flexibility between 0.5FTE and 0.8FTE for the right candidate. 

    This is a superb opportunity to develop your career in a Faculty with a vibrant Research environment. For an informal discussion, please contact Belen Rebollo-Garcia, Faculty Research Delivery Manager (B.rebollo-garcia@hull.ac.uk) or Mat Hardman, Chair in Wound Healing (M.Hardman@hull.ac.uk )

     

    Closing Date: 28 Apr 2021
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 28 Apr 2021

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Research VACANCIES

  • PRDA in wound healing

    Code: (HY0327)

    Advanced Wound Research is a priority area for the Hull York Medical School, comprising a vibrant and active community of researchers and postgraduate students. Led by Prof. Mat Hardman, the wounds research group is based in state-of-the-art research facilities at the Daisy Building, Castle Hill Hospital. Close links with clinical colleagues and industry partners provide an environment to foster world-leading translational research.   

    This post is an exciting opportunity to join groups of Prof. Mat Hardman and Dr Holly Wilkinson exploring the role of ageing and diabetes in pathological wound healing. The position is externally funded for a period of 18 months and is entirely research focused. You will undertake mechanistic and translational research studies using models already developed in the respective laboratories, and will have the opportunity to work collaboratively with the wider project team. 

    The ideal candidate will have relevant research experience, strong organisation and communication skills, and will demonstrate a commitment to the pursuit of excellence in research. 

    To discuss this role informally, please contact: 

    Professor Mat Hardman, m.hardman@hull.ac.uk 

    For further 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 together with covering letter and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 27 Apr 2021
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 27 Apr 2021

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