Jobs at the University of Reading
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This is an exceptional opportunity for an outstanding candidate to make an impact. As Events Officer you will be responsible for the planning and delivery of a range of events from small stakeholder engagement dinners to large and complex student recruitment events that attract thousands of visitors.
A vacancy has arisen for the position of Executive Administration Manager in the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development. This is a varied and interesting role providing high quality administrative support to the School and coordinating the delivery of highly professional administrative services with management responsibility for a team of six executive support staff.
Although this is a full time position, consideration will be given to applicants wishing to work part-time, minimum of 0.8 FTE (28 hours/week).
This role is to provide high quality professional and administrative support to the School of Biological Sciences. The role is focused on administrative and support tasks with a key focus on financial support.
The post holder will work within a small team of Executive Support staff in the School and alongside the centrally managed School transaction clerks. The successful candidate will have a good understanding/experience of financial systems preferably in a University environment.
We invite applications for a Graduate Teaching Assistant post in the areas of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Chemistry. This is an exciting opportunity for applicants interested in PhD studies but also wanting to develop teaching skills.
A global institution, the University of Reading enjoys a world-class reputation for teaching, research and enterprise. We are a leading force in British and international higher education, and continue to evolve to reflect an ever-changing world, which drives the development of our areas of research excellence and strength.
Could you lead and deliver a University-wide health & safety auditing service? The University of Reading’s H&S Services team needs a skilled H&S professional with auditing experience and an honest, constructive style. You will systematically examine the organisation’s H&S performance and deliver both positive and challenging findings to senior staff. You will also contribute to the H&S advice, training and investigation work of the team.
We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated H&V Fitter to join the Maintenance Services team, within Estates and Facilities, offering a reactive service and maintaining all heating & ventilation systems & ancillary plant in University owned properties across all our campuses and sites. You will need the confidence and ability to install, maintain, fault find and carry out routine inspections of the University's heating and ventilation systems and associated equipment.
This is an excellent opportunity to be involved in the commercial dairy team at CEDAR tending to the herd of 550 high yielding Holstiens with very good welfare standards.
Excellent working environment, very modern facilities that are about to be expanded, and competitive salary.
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 to join our professional Household team.
The Household Assistant role is responsible for the cleaning of designated areas, including guest bedrooms, conference & public areas. You will be expected to work to and maintain a high standard at all times. You will be required to work weekends, working 5 days out of 7, various shifts, earliest start 06.55.
Own transport is preferable due to our location. Accommodation can be provided if required.
You are an experienced French teacher with the ability to coordinate the design and marking of assessment, to contribute to the maintenance of quality assurance standards and the development of learning materials for a number of French modules under the supervision of the relevant Co-ordinator.