The University of Oxford is a complex and stimulating organisation, which enjoys an international reputation as a world-class centre of excellence in research and teaching. It employs over 10,000 staff and has a student population of over 21,000. The University, including the colleges and Oxford University Press, is the largest employer in Oxford and the second largest in Oxfordshire, injecting £750 million annually into the regional economy.
Most staff are directly appointed and managed by one of the University’s 130 departments or other units within a highly devolved operational structure - this includes 5,900 ‘academic-related’ staff (postgraduate research, computing, senior library, and administrative staff) and 2,820 ‘support’ staff (including clerical, library, technical, and manual staff).
We have an exciting opportunity for a Technician to join our dedicated team of professional support staff. You will have responsibility for the operation and management of the Media Store which supports all of the courses across the campus.
The University Library plays a key role supporting learning and research at Northumbria. Our professional librarians design and deliver a wide range of customer-focused services aligned to the University's Corporate Strategy.
As part of the Library Collection & Digital Services division in the University Library, you will lead on the operational management of the Library materials spend, including allocation and reporting, and ensure effective business support for library procurement, including liaison with...
Northumbria University, Newcastle is a research-rich, business focussed university with a global reputation for academic excellence and an ambitious vision. This includes competing for the best students on a national and international stage and growing our reputation for research.
Working in the faculty of Engineering & Environment you will work closely with the Principal Investigator on a short term project to identify and analyse spatial offending behaviours of dwelling burglary offenders in a predominantly urban U.K. Police Force area.
Your role will be to coordinate and implement a range of recruitment initiatives both on- and off-campus to raise awareness and aspirations, and encourage prospective students to progress into Higher Education at Northumbria.
You will provide IT services and support in our SAgE Faculty IT Team. Your primary work will be in our School of Computing Science, meeting the IT needs of research, teaching and administration in the School.
You will support the Dean of Research and Innovation and the Deputy Director of Faculty Operations in carrying out their duties and will take responsibility for the efficient running of their offices, managing busy diaries and workloads.
A post-doctoral researcher is required to work on PICH (full title: The impact of planning and urban governance on the historic built environment and intangible cultural heritage) and to undertake other related teaching and research.