Jobs at the University of Reading
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An exciting opportunity to have a key role in the evaluation of the new Wellbeing Practitioner role within the Child and Young People’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (CYP IAPT) Project.
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding academic with an international research profile, and passion for and experience of innovative teaching in the area of organisational studies and sustainability, to join an enthusiastic and ambitious team in the Department of Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour.
The Finance team at the University of Reading has undergone a major transformation in the way it delivers services to both internal and external stakeholders. To meet the ambitious growth and challenges that the University has set itself, a new opportunity has arisen for a Capital Accountant.
We are seeking to appoint motivated people to work as part of our food service team. These posts involve the operation of cafés, restaurants and hospitality venues based on the University campuses. Previous catering not necessary, just an excellent work ethic and a can-do attitude.
All posts involve evening and weekend working. Flexibility is of the upmost importance to enable us to provide a consistent quality service to our customers.
Henley Business School at Greenlands is situated in 30 acres of beautiful countryside in the Chiltern Valley on the banks of the River Thames two miles from Henley on Thames. It provides management training for Post Graduates and Senior Executives from all around the world.
The core purpose of the Estates and Facilities Department is to deliver a World Class Service which supports Henley’s strategic principles in promoting the quality of the Business School and its physical learning environment.
We deliver an exceptional service experience and our operational and support staff play a significant part in delivering the Henley experience. Their contribution plays a major role in sustaining our quality reputation.
We are currently looking for people willing to work casually to join our professional Household team.
Own transport is preferable due to our location.
A Content Editor is required to join our small Editorial and Design Services team, based at Henley Business School’s campus in Henley-on-Thames. The busy team works on a wide variety of print- and web-based materials including distance-learning courses, academic articles, and marketing and promotional materials. The successful candidate will have proven editorial skills and an interest in further developing their design capability.
We have a great vacancy for an enthusiastic individual who has flair and passion for cooking, and is looking for a fantastic opportunity working at either of our popular bars on campus. The Chef/Cook would have their own chance to put their ideas to the menu development, which we like to change every term. Serving food every night. The hours would be 16.00-22.00hrs 5 out of 7.
The Information Technology department at the University of Reading provide central management of IT services to all parts of the University both academic and support. Working with partners across the University they provide high quality support and services and support innovative working.
In the Corporate Applications Team, this role will play a part in the high-quality, proactive support, development and implementation of a wide range of business applications which include Student Records, Timetabling, Finance, HR and Campus Management. We are looking for a skilled, enthusiastic and versatile individual with a keen interest in working with enterprise-wide corporate applications and large, centralised databases.
The role offers an opportunity to develop your IT career in a dynamic environment with access to cutting-edge technologies and working with IT professionals within a small team. We offer on-the-job and formal training and opportunities for career progression. In addition to salary, you will receive a generous annual leave entitlement and an award-winning pension scheme.
An exciting opportunity to provide clinical leadership, guidance and advice about implementation and evaluation to partnerships of the Reading Children and Young People’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (CYP IAPT) Learning Collaborative.
We need a Database Assistant who will help ensure that the individual data we use to inform and manage our engagement of alumni, supporters and donors is high quality, accurate and provided efficiently to the wider team.http://www.reading.ac.uk/imagine/