Jobs at the University of Reading
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Working with the Programme Area Managers, Postgraduate and Undergraduate programmes and other key stakeholders to play a key role in a high-performing team that develops and improves the quality of customer service across a range of the business school’s Postgraduate and Undergraduate programmes.
A research technician is required to support an exciting EIT-Food KIC project investigating the effects of biostimulants on wheat yield and quality traits in field and polytunnel trials at the University of Reading’s Crop Research Unit, Sonning.
Executive Education is a department within Henley Business School that offers bespoke (custom) and open enrolment education programmes for senior leaders in a wide range of organisations. The Project and Engagement team has three key areas of focus, these being membership, projects and events. The purpose of the team is to promote and communicate the profile of Henley Business School and the Executive Education offering to new and prospective clients.
You will have a specific focus on either membership and projects, or events. The range of activities is broad and exciting and will enable you to work and network with individuals across Henley Business School and external stakeholders. We welcome applications from candidates who have experience in either projects and / or events and you can specify your preference in your application, should you wish to do so.
The Projects and Engagement team is a team consisting of 5 people who work in an open plan, high energy office to promote flexibility and shared learning.
If you have any additional questions about the role please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Accessing education is something we here at the University of Reading take very seriously. As part of this process we have a team of dedicated staff and we are now looking to recruit a team player to join us in delivering our support. We are looking for a qualified assessor to review, support and engage with our students and staff specifically focusing on hidden disabilities such as SpLD.
Going places? The Global Recruitment (International) team is seeking an outstanding Regional Manager, responsible for leading a small team to deliver strategy and activity to reach our ambitious European and UK International student recruitment targets.
The University of Reading has a strong research culture with research contributing approximately £35m of income per annum. Research is at the heart of everything the University does and the Research Accountant has a critical role in providing financial management and administration support to internal and external stakeholders.
This role will be based within the Research Accounts Team which sits within the wider finance function. The finance team has recently undergone a major transformation in the way it delivers services and so this is a really exciting time to be joining the team.
The Research Accountant will work closely with colleagues within Research and Enterprise Services and will liaise directly with senior staff including the Principal Investigators and the Head of Research Services. The role will report to the Senior Research Accountant and will work closely with the other Research Accountants and Research Accounts Assistants, a team of 10 in total.
The post holder will provide an effective and efficient support function on all post award accounting matters for a portfolio of Schools. This will include both internal and externally funded grants and contracts.
The University of Reading is looking to recruit a part-time Contracts Associate to provide additional support for research income generation, to work alongside lead Contract Managers in managing a growing portfolio of diverse research income and knowledge exchange relationships.
As part of an experienced and specialist contracts management group based in our Research & Enterprise Services department, Contracts Associates contribute to contract preparation, negotiation, review and authorisation as part of our service to support and enable research, knowledge exchange and impact generating activity across the University.
The advertised post is available immediately.
We are seeking a research assistant with an architecture/urban design background to help set up an urban living lab in Reading and to explore the connections between social value and green space.
The Anxiety and Depression in Young people (AnDY) research clinic provides evidence-based, low intensity psychological treatments for children and young people alongside clinical research in the clinic and community. We are looking for an enthusiastic Clinical Psychologist with an interest in research to join the AnDY adolescent depression team. The post holder will support a research study evaluating the feasibility and effectiveness of delivering brief, low intensity interventions in secondary schools for students experiencing low mood and/or anxiety symptoms. The project also involves school surveys of emotional health and may include brief psychological input for school staff and parents in the final phase of the study. The post holder will join a growing and dynamic team of Research Clinical Psychologists, Child and Young people Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (CY-PWPs), researchers and students.
This post-doctoral research position is to support the EU RECAP project; the broad aim of which is to develop and pilot test a platform for the delivery of public services that will enable the improved implementation of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).