Jobs at the University of Reading
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The Admissions Team (within Global Recruitment and Admissions) is responsible for handling applications to almost all award-bearing courses at the University. The University of Reading has an ambitious vision for the future and the Global Recruitment & Admissions service has a key role in achieving this.
To enhance the provision of Technology Enhanced Learning across the University, the new Information Technology function is seeking to make key appointments to strengthen the team.
The TEL/AV Support Team provides high quality support for the University’s Audio Visual equipment and TEL (Technology Enhanced Learning) systems. The role of the Analyst Programmer (TEL) is to provide expertise in the operation and maintenance of technology used in providing Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) and other TEL services to the University and its students. The role works with other teams within the University to ensure that these services are delivered to a high quality.
This full-time post is to provide high quality, professional and responsive administrative and project support. The post is fixed term until 31 July 2020.
If you're highly organised and looking for a full time administrative role in the Henley–on-Thames area, read on…….Some flexibility regarding start and finish times are negotiable.
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.
Henley Business School 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.
This high-profile appointment will raise awareness of approaches to on-farm technology adoption in the UK and Europe and put in place practical mechanisms to ensure the needs of farmers are considered within the context of research, and new research and innovations are appropriately communicated to the agricultural business community and mechanisms explored to encourage uptake.
We are currently seeking to recruit an experienced Contracts Manager, to join an established team supporting research and enterprise activity across the University.
We are looking for an individual who has a drive to make a difference and provide an excellent service to our academic colleagues, with previous experience of contracts negotiation and drafting, ideally in a higher education or research setting. The successful applicant will also have an opportunity and be encouraged to contribute to the development of processes and best practice.
We are looking for a course director for the Charlie Waller Institute’s Graduate/Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma programmes in Brief Evidence-Based Psychological Treatments for the Clinical and Education settings for children and young people. The successful candidate will lead on the design and delivery of an exciting new programme for Children and Young People’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme, which is due to start at the end of January 2019.