Jobs at the University of Reading
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Henley was the UK’s 1st business school, and today, is triple accredited with offices and campuses around the world and a global reputation. We also have one of the strongest and most active global alumni networks with 72000 alumni in 150 countries.
This varied role is an ideal introduction to working in a busy general marketing department. You will experience a full range of entry-level duties including writing and developing student profile, website updates, coordinating projects, administration, proofreading, email marketing, research, contributing to social media and liaising with suppliers and agencies.
Due to continued growth, Henley Business School has an opportunity for an accomplished and experienced Senior Marketer to lead, develop and implement the marketing strategy, plans and activities for its Executive Education business.
This role will focus on Executive Education and Undergraduate Marketing, as part of the wider marketing team at Henley Business School, which has operations at Greenlands (Henley-on-Thames) and Whiteknights (Reading) Campuses.
As an experienced marketer, you will be ready to take the lead on Henley Business School’s brand marketing campaigns and projects. Your experience of working with a variety of brands will give you the background you need to help Henley get the most out of its global presence, and your creativity will give you the edge to succeed.
You will be an independent worker with a pragmatic approach that helps you to ensure timely delivery of your campaigns and projects. You will have a proactive attitude to managing agency relationships and will enjoy the challenge of working across multiple teams.
Henley Business School is a world-class triple accredited business school and part of the University of Reading. Our Brand & Digital team is at the very core of our approach to content-led customer experience marketing and you will be working as a key part of this innovative and engaging team. This is a truly fantastic opportunity to be a catalyst in the evolution of the Henley Business School brands.
Mental Health is an area we at the University of Reading take very seriously, we are looking for a team player who can think outside the box and offer guidance, support (both individually and in a group/workshop) and compassion to our students and staff.
Mental Health is an area we at the University of Reading take very seriously, we are looking for a dynamic team player who can think outside the box and offer guidance, support (both individually and in a group/workshop) and compassion to our students and staff.
We are seeking an Operations Manager to oversee the work of the operational grounds maintenance teams. This is an ideal opportunity for a proactive individual to develop into a grounds management role. The post will ensure that standards of workmanship are maintained, that teams achieve agreed monthly performance targets, that resource is allocated effectively to meet workload demands and that robust health & safety arrangements are in place and implemented.
The grounds maintenance service at Reading is delivered through an in-house maintenance team with support from specialist contractors. The successful candidate will have broad experience and knowledge of grounds management, ideally gained within a large and complex organisation.
We seek a highly motivated post-doctoral researcher to join the Environmental Science Research Division and work on a 3-year BBSRC funded project to investigate the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in arable soils planted with cover crop green manure mixtures.
We are seeking to appoint a researcher with expertise in Microbial Fermentation/ Biotechnology who will be working as a Postdoctoral Research Associate in a fixed term (17 months) Innovate UK funded project, at the Department of Food and Nutritional Sciences. The aim of the project is to develop a bioprocessing platform for the conversion of an insect-based substrate into high value functional feed for aquaculture.
EAP teachers are required to teach highly motivated students on summer Pre-sessional English language and study skills courses. Contact hours on average 19.5 hrs a week with all materials provided. Employment period includes 4 days briefing, 2 days marking exit tests and final debriefing meeting. Single accommodation in a University hall of residence is available, subsidised by ISLI. Qualifications (TEFL Diploma or MA TEFL/Applied Linguistics); EAP teaching experience in the UK an advantage.
Please specify on your application form which period(s) you are available. You must be available to teach for the whole of that period.
PSE 4 13 June – 4 September 2018
PSE 5 27 June – 4 September 2018
PSE 6 18 July – 4 September 2018