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Located within ISLI, the Institution-Wide Language Programme (IWLP) delivers foreign language modules to non-specialist undergraduates, postgraduates and members of staff from across the University of Reading. This programme, within the ISLI, supports the University’s mission to educate graduates with the ability to fully engage both professionally and personally in a globalised world.
The IWLP Tutor will provide language teaching and student support within the IWLP, as part of a multi-lingual team under a Teaching & Learning Coordinator, contributing to the maintenance of academic standards and the development of the Programme.
We are seeking an enthusiastic technician to join our team in this central University research facility, presenting an excellent opportunity for a motivated technician to fulfil their potential.
Duties include general upkeep of the facility and its high hygiene and welfare standards. This will require the operation of specialist cleaning and disposal equipment, maintenance of stock, logging of routine data and other activities to support the team.
Duties will also include day to day, ethical care and welfare of small animals housed in the facility, this will consist of: Cleaning, feeding, watering, weaning, health checks and treatments.
The Student Success and Engagement team is looking for an Assistant Communications Officer to support the maintenance and development of our digital channels, including a student portal, student webpages and social media.
An important aspect of this role will be making sure that new and exciting content is available to students. We need an organised individual with good written communication skills and an aptitude for learning content management systems, who can help update this digital content. Knowledge of or willingness to learn web analytics would also be very beneficial.
This is an exciting role with a chance to use your writing skills and come up with new and creative ideas for encouraging student engagement.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated professional to support the activities of the EU team and wider within Research and Enterprise, targeting research income from EU funding sources including Horizon 2020.
The successful candidate will support academics and the EU Funding Managers with the preparation of competitive grant applications, including proposal reviews, costings and all-round administrative support, ensuring applications meet the requirements and priorities of the sponsor and scheme. You will lead the preparation and submission of EU partnering bids and smaller value bids such as Marie Skłodowska-Curie individual fellowships, liaising closely with academics and providing high quality and comprehensive support, from initial enquiries to submission, working under minimal supervision.
The Assistant EU Funding Manager will be an integral part of a centrally based team of research development professionals whose key aim is to increase the University’s research fund portfolio in line with the University’s Research Strategy.
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If you’re bold, ambitious and want to stand out, then you could be a perfect fit to join our team. Do you have a genuine passion for food? Then this role at the University of Reading could be the chance you've been waiting for! We are looking for an enthusiastic, experienced Chef, to join us at our state of the art Central kitchen on campus. Unlike many catering operations this is a Monday to Friday operation, preparing and cooking food till 3.30pm every day. So if you’re fed up of working weekends or split shifts, this job could give you the work-life balance you’re looking for.
We seek to appoint a Clinical Psychology Research Associate/Fellow to join a funded project that aims to improve psychological intervention in neurodegenerative disorders.
The post is aimed at a clinical psychologist or British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) practitioner who wishes to pursue clinical research with a view towards forging a clinical academic career. The post would suit a psychology practitioner with an interest in psychological treatment, patient care and clinical trials, who is innovative, creative and enthusiastic about drawing on and expanding their clinical experiences and skills to best serve patients with Parkinson’s disease as well as Huntington’s disease.
If you’re bold, ambitious and want to stand out, then you could be a perfect fit to join our team. Do you have a genuine passion for food? Then this role at the University of Reading could be the chance you've been waiting for! We are looking for an enthusiastic, experienced Cook, to join us at our state of the art Central kitchen on campus. Unlike many catering operations this is a Monday to Friday operation, preparing and cooking food till 3.30pm every day. So if you’re fed up of working weekends or split shifts, this job could give you the work-life balance you’re looking for.
The University of Reading has successfully implemented the initial phase of its Global Engagement Strategy, delivering a step change in recruitment, partnerships, curriculum and research development that supports its position as a global player.
You will act as part of the key front-line recruitment team representing the University of Reading in the Americas and South East Asia. This post is crucial to the University both in continuing to achieve its ambitious international student recruitment targets and in raising Reading’s brand and profile within the region.
You will work with the Senior Regional Manager to initiate, develop, evaluate and manage marketing strategies for the assigned countries ensuring that activities and expenditure maximise return on investment.
EIT Food is a new consortium of 50 partners from leading businesses, research centres and universities across 13 countries in Europe. It is a people-centric and resource- smart transformer of the European food system, driving consumer confidence, entrepreneurship and innovation, sustainability, nutrition, education and collaboration.
The EIT Food is headquartered in Belgium and is structured around five Co-Location Centres (CLCS). One of the CLCs is the North West (NW) region comprising of partners in the UK, Ireland and Iceland.
The Director of this region will report to the Board of the NW CLC and the CEO of EIT Food.
This is a broad Director role operating within a fluid and entrepreneurial environment. It is a rare opportunity to build and grow a business that will have a major impact on the future of the European food industry and be at the forefront of progression. If the industry is to have a sustainable future then greater collaboration across business, academia and research is essential and EIT Food will play a critical role in making this happen. The Director therefore must have the desire to build a sustainable, forward-thinking, trusted and competitive industry for future generations.