Jobs at the University of Reading
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We are looking for a dynamic, enthusiastic and highly organised project manager to coordinate all aspects of a new interdisciplinary research Network Plus that aims to improve the mental health of children and young people
We are looking for an experienced administrator to join our placements team, the role will involve the day to day organisation, facilitation and administration of teaching placements and placement related activity within the Institute of Education.
We are looking for an experienced administrator and coordinator to join our busy placements team. The role will involve the day to day organisation, facilitation and administration of credit bearing placements within the school of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences, as well as providing support and training for our students preparing to go on their placements.
We are seeking to appoint a Planning Officer for an interesting, varied and responsible role in the Research Intelligence Unit within the Planning & Strategy Office. Working alongside another Planning Officer and reporting to the Head of Planning & Reporting, you will produce high quality research intelligence and management information across a range of research data to monitor and evaluate the University’s research performance, making use of data visualisation and analytical tools as appropriate. You will also play a key part in the preparation of the University’s next REF submission. This is a great opportunity to inform decision making in the research remit, and contribute to the successful delivery of the University’s Research plan.
An exciting post-doc research position has become available for an ambitious candidate to join a team in urban green space research at the University of Reading. The candidate will benefit from being within a wider academic community carrying out vibrant and well-resourced programs of studies into urban ecology, urban climate and sustainable buildings.
This post will push the boundaries of climate science by determining the contribution of Earth System processes (chemistry/aerosols and carbon cycle) to projections of future climate by the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change).
We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join the Business Services team within Catering, Hotel, and Conference Services. The Business Services team is focused on improving service outcomes for our customers, creating standard processes that leverage technology, simplify workflow, and result in best practice for quality and service.
You will be tasked with providing support and assistance to the department including the processing of financial accounts, marketing tasks, and general administration that the department requires.
We are ISO 9001 certified, the role will help in supporting our quality management system to ensure we maintain effective and efficient processes.
You will be primarily based at the Henley Business School Greenlands campus, supporting the hotel & conference operations, but there will also be a requirement to work at the Whiteknights Campus in Reading.
We seek a highly motivated individual to join the Quest team and work as a geoarchaeologist specialising in soil micromorphology and phytolith analysis, contributing to both research and developer-funded projects across the UK and Europe.
This is an exceptional opportunity for an outstanding candidate to make an impact. As Research Events Officer you will be responsible for the planning and delivery of a range of events, from small stakeholder engagement opportunities to large and complex public engagement festivals events that attract hundreds of visitors.
We are seeking to employ a talented and creative researcher to study detailed land-atmosphere processes for China. Land-atmosphere interactions are of fundamental importance for understanding and predicting the water cycle in China, home to more than a billion people.