Jobs at the University of Reading
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We require an experienced clinician to provide support for our Deputy Director (CYP) to deliver our postgraduate CBT programmes. The post will involve teaching, clinical supervision, marking and contribution to the development of the programmes. Our programmes include training for clinicians who work with children and young people so experience of working with this client group is essential.
This full-time post can be applied for as part-time and is dedicated to teaching. The post can be taken up as a secondment or University contract and is fixed term for two years. We are looking for someone who is keen to develop their career in clinical training.
As a creative producer of digital content, you will be leading on the generation of exciting and compelling web, audio and video materials for Henley’s Digital, Brand, PR and Marketing teams.
From writing news stories and blog pieces to commissioning the production of brand videos or creating in-house video assets for social or web, you’ll be generating visually engaging content to help us bring our brand to life. You will develop innovative new approaches to content delivery and will be inspired by both technology and its use to engage with our varied audiences.
The Senior Project Manager will work within the Business Change team to manage large and complex IT-related projects throughout the University. One of the first projects the role will be involved in is the roll-out of Skype for Business (SfB). This is going to be adopted as the default provision for telephony and Unified Communications within the University.
This student recruitment role is responsible for supporting a Recruitment Manager to achieve Henley Business School’s student recruitment targets for a specific region and /or programmes.
We seek up to two entrepreneurial, talented and dedicated software developers to work on a range of cutting-edge projects with external clients. We would like to hear from candidates with skills in server-side, client-side or full-stack development.
Due to the range of development opportunities within the Support Centres and within wider University teams, we are continuously seeking to recruit energetic, friendly and driven candidates.
Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis to allow us to bring interesting candidates in quicker.
This role is an exciting opportunity to be part of an energetic team at the forefront of delivering high quality, student focussed and comprehensive administrative support throughout the student lifecycle, right from enrolment through to receiving their final results.
Our Programme Administrators play a key role in the smooth and seamless delivery of best practice administrative support, which includes close contact with students and staff alike to provide assistance in a wide variety of situations, from assessment and records management, committee servicing to teaching support such as coordinating field trips.
International Business and Strategy unit is seeking to appoint a Teaching Fellow to contribute to delivery of undergraduate and/or postgraduate programmes and research in the unit.
The Finance team at the University of Reading has undergone a major transformation in the way it delivers its services to both internal and external stakeholders and to meet the ambitious growth and challenges that the University has set itself. A vacancy for a School Transaction Clerk has now arisen and the University is seeking a suitably experienced individual to fill this role.
The role is responsible for the accurate, efficient and timely processing of all standardised transactions, relating to requisitions, purchase orders, expenses and sales invoices as well as dealing with a number of query’s and being the school’s first point of contact in finance related issues.
The Specialist User Support team provides support to Schools and Departments across the University both at desk side and also by a remote assistance tool. Some members of the SUS Team will be located in schools or departments outside of the IT Directorate. Staff will be required to install and configure new computers, printers, tablets and other mobile devices and are responsible for understanding customer needs which may range from being straightforward to more complicated and complex solutions. Other duties will include trouble shooting software, hardware, audio visual equipment and basic network problems.
The work is varied and interesting and an excellent opportunity for those with the relevant experience to work constructively with University staff on their use of IT.
This post will suit a self-motivated individual who is capable of working both individually and flexibly as one of a team within a challenging and changing environment.
We are looking for a calm, positive and creative individual with a strong business accruement to join our Award Winning University Bars Team as a Venue Lead. The Venue Lead will, with the support and guidance of the Deputy Bars Manager and Head of Residential Catering and Bars, supervise the Bars operation. This involves ensuring that all bars are developed with optimum efficiency and profitability in harmony with a responsible drinking ethos. The role involves co-ordinating a variety of bars and bar events to maximise revenue generation for the University.