Jobs at the University of Reading
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The EMA Programme is a strategic priority for the University aiming to design and deliver ways of managing the eSubmission, eFeedback and eGrading of students’ assessments whilst, at the same time, automating the underpinning business processes and improving the IT systems required to support this large scale change.
As a result of this initiative the University is looking to increase the size of its IT based Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) team for two year the period of the project. We are looking for an Analyst Programmer (TEL) to ensure that the team has the capacity and expertise to ensure that the programme is a success.
The Assistant Category Manager is responsible for Supporting purchasing activity, analysis of cost data and savings opportunities and investigating market information in support of the procurement Category Management team.
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The Mathematics of Planet Earth Centre for Doctoral Training is funded by EPSRC to train students in mathematics relevant to applications in the study of weather, oceans and climate. It is a joint venture between the University of Reading and Imperial College London, with half the student cohort based in each of the two institutions.
We are looking for an experienced administrator, able to work proactively and independently within the context of a wider school team, to take a lead in the operational management of the Centre, working with the MPE CDT Administrator at Imperial College and the Centre Directors. It is an exciting role with the chance to innovate activities, establish new working practices and interact with PhD students, academics, support staff across the university, and external partner organisations.
We are looking for a highly motivated self-starter to support our object collections team. They will deliver database improvements, catalogue existing collections and process new acquisitions, contribute towards web resources, support enquiries, and liaise with object donors and specialists.
The post will be part of a team of 7 scientists working on the European Research Council Advanced Investigator Grant CUNDA, that will develop and combine causality and nonlinear data assimilation to infer cause and effect relation in the highly turbulent ocean area around South Africa. Specifically, the post will be responsible for assisting other team members with their numerical work.
We are seeking to appoint an experienced administrator to provide efficient and effective administration for the department of Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour. To provide a central point of contact for academics, delivering an excellent, high quality service to external and internal stakeholders in the activities of LOB. To support the Department Manager in the day-to-day administration and operational support of the Department. The ability to work on their own initiative with minimum supervision as much of the time this role is autonomous.
A designer is required to join our small Editorial and Design Services team, based at Henley Business School’s campus in Henley-on-Thames.
We are looking for a flexible team member with a can-do attitude and lots of enthusiasm. You will be a self-motivated, digitally savvy designer, who will generate creative ideas and work collaboratively to overcome challenges.
Used to working in a fast-paced environment, you will create and deliver high-quality design deliverables – ranging from exhibition stands and HTML ads to recruitment brochures and brand identity development.
The University is a global institution that enjoys a world-class reputation for teaching, research and enterprise. It has over 17,000 students across five campuses; three in the Thames Valley, one in South Africa and one in Malaysia. Annual income is over £300m complemented by a substantial asset base.
The Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 confirmed the University of Reading’s place as a world-leading research-intensive university. 98% of our research is internationally recognised, 78% is classed as internationally excellent and 27% is world leading. Teaching and learning at the University is always rated highly in national measures of student satisfaction. It has an entrepreneurial outlook, with the capacity to invest substantially in all aspects of its academic activity.
The University seeks to appoint an experienced Director of Finance who will work to the Chief Financial Officer to provide efficient and effective management and direction of finance across the University.
We are looking for an experienced HE Marketing & Communications professional to join the University of Reading as Director of Marketing, Communications & Engagement. We’re looking for someone who understands the nuances of working in higher education, is a collaborative team worker, has an empathy for our objectives but who is also commercially minded, target driven and can inspire a great team.