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Academic

  • Professor of Finance (BL0033)

    Hull University Business School are looking to appoint a Chair in Finance to contribute to its strategy of raising research quality and its international profile in Finance. The School has a good core of active researchers, many at a relatively early stage in their careers, as well as an active PhD community in Finance, and we are looking to appoint a Chair whio can provide research leadership to this group, in conjunction with the current chairs and subect head. You should have a strong track record in research, preferably including securing grant income. A track record in external engagement would be an advantage.  Whoever is appointed will be expected to contribute to strategic leadership within the School.

    Salary will be on the Professorial (grade 10) pay scale and commensurate with track record and experience.

    Informal enquiries can be directed to the Head of School, Professor Gary Cook G.Cook@hull.ac.uk tel. 07967 834379, or Professor Saeed Akbar S.Akbar@hull.ac.uk tel. 01482 463066 

    For more information about the School, please visit http://www2.hull.ac.uk/Faculties/fblp/hubs.aspx 

    Closing Date: 15 Dec 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Tutor of Physics (Level 3) (CEG1947)

    The successful applicant will contribute to the teaching and learning of students within ONCAMPUS with the ultimate goal of securing success for all students to progress onto their chosen degree course at the partner university. The post is dependent on student recruitment and the hours of teaching can range between 5 – 20 hours per week dependent on timetabling and tutor flexibility.

    Click here to download an application form

    Click here to view the job description

    Once application form is complete please send to recruitment@oncampus.global quoting reference CEG 1947

    Contact Email: recruitment@oncampus.global

    Closing Date: 27 Nov 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Tutor of Maths (Level 3) (CEG1946)

    The successful applicant will contribute to the teaching and learning of students within ONCAMPUS with the ultimate goal of securing success for all students to progress onto their chosen degree course at the partner university. The post is dependent on student recruitment and the hours of teaching can range between 5 – 20 hours per week dependent on timetabling and tutor flexibility.

    Click here to download an application form

    Click here to view the job description

    Once application form is complete please send to recruitment@oncampus.global quoting reference CEG 1946

    Contact Email: recruitment@oncampus.global

    Closing Date: 27 Nov 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Tutor of Chemical Engineering - ONCAMPUS Hull (CEG1945)

    The successful applicant will contribute to the teaching and learning of students within ONCAMPUS with the ultimate goal of securing success for all students to progress onto their chosen degree course at the partner university.The post is dependent on student recruitment and the hours of teaching can range between 5 – 20 hours per week dependent on timetabling and tutor flexibility.

    Tutors will deliver on International Year 1 of the BEng Chemical Engineering degree.

    Click here to download an application form

    Click here to view the job description

    Once application form is complete please send to recruitment@oncampus.global quoting reference CEG 1945

    Contact Email: recruitment@oncampus.global

    Closing Date: 27 Nov 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Tutor of English for Academic Purposes (CEG1944)

    The successful applicant will contribute to the teaching and learning of students within ONCAMPUS with the ultimate goal of securing success for all students to progress onto their chosen degree course at the partner university. The post is dependent on student recruitment and the hours of teaching can range between 5 – 20 hours per week dependent on timetabling and tutor flexibility.

    Click here to download an application form

    Click here to view the job description

    Once application form is complete please send to recruitment@oncampus.global quoting reference CEG 1944

    Contact Email: recruitment@oncampus.global

    Closing Date: 27 Nov 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Operating Department Practice (Band 7) (HS0154)

    The position is located in the Department of Paramedic, Perioperative and Advanced Practice within the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences.  The FHS has a reputation for high quality teaching, research and scholarship with a commitment to improving the quality of healthcare practice.  The Faculty's ethos is to support students to achieve their highest academic and practice potential. 

    The Faculty offers a 3 year BSc (Hons) in Operating Department Practice. As part of an existing team the post holder will work with partners to deliver the BSc Curriculum, we are seeking an individual with a background in post anaesthetic care, anaesthetics and resuscitation, though the post holder will contribute to teaching, research, scholarship of all theoretical elements of the ODP programme and other programmes as directed by the Head of Department.  Additionally, the post holder will undertake monitoring and evaluation to ensure students meet the quality assurance agenda of the Faculty and the HCPC practice requirements and contribute to the management and co-ordination of clinical placements, supporting students, mentors and assessors in practice.

    To discuss this position informally please contact: Paul Jeffrey, Programme Director: email p.jeffrey@hull.ac.uk  or T: 01482 464610

    This post requires an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. 

    This position is being jointly advertised with post number: HS0155, Lecturer in Operating Department Practice - Band 8. To apply for this post, please follow the link: http://jobs.hull.ac.uk/HS0155 

    Only one appointment will be made.

    Closing Date: 08 Dec 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Operating Department Practice (Band 8) (HS0155)

    This position is located in the Department of Paramedic, Perioperative and Advanced Practice within the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences.  The FHS has a reputation for high quality teaching, research and scholarship with a commitment to improving the quality of healthcare practice.  The Faculty's ethos is to support students to achieve their highest academic and practice potential. 

    The Faculty offers a 3 year BSc (Hons) in Operating Department Practice. As part of an existing team the post holder will work with partners to deliver the BSc Curriculum, we are seeking an individual with a background in post anaesthetic care, anaesthetics and resuscitation, though the post holder will contribute to teaching, research, scholarship of all theoretical elements of the ODP programme and other programmes as directed by the Head of Department.  Additionally the post holder will undertake monitoring and evaluation to ensure students meet the quality assurance agenda of the Faculty and the HCPC practice requirements. He/She will also contribute to the management and co-ordination of clinical placements, supporting students, mentors and assessors in practice.

    To discuss this position informally please contact: Paul Jeffery, Programme Director: email p.jeffrey@hull.ac.uk or T: 01482 464610

    This post requires an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. 

    This position is being jointly advertised with post number: HS0154, Lecturer in Operating Department Practice - Band 8. To apply for this post, please follow the link: http://jobs.hull.ac.uk/HS0154 

    Only one appointment will be made.

    Closing Date: 08 Dec 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (BL0032)

    2 x Posts

    The University of Hull has an ambitious strategic plan aimed at enhancing its stature, reputation, and influence and being a university of preference for a wider range of students, staff, and partners, through achieving growth, and through the pursuit of excellence in all of its endeavors. Hull University Business School is integral to this strategy with a vision to be a leading UK Business School with an international reputation for research, learning, and teaching that is relevant to a fast-changing, interconnected world. Accreditation from leading global systems for business schools (AACSB and AMBA) confirms our status as a leading UK business school, assuring our students of our commitment to provide an outstanding experience and adding value to their degree, especially when competing in the global employment market. 

    The successful candidate will be an active member of internationally distinguished Logistics Institute and Centre for Systems Studies. The candidate is expected to teach and supervise undergraduate and postgraduate levels. You will work in an environment where talent and career aspirations are nurtured and supported. We are looking for a confident and reflective teacher willing to adapt their style and delivery to the needs of different audiences and committed to providing a supportive learning environment. The school has a national reputation for the innovative use of technology to enhance learning and assessment and we would welcome individuals capable of developing this reputation further. 

    Applicants will need at least a Masters degree in a relevant management focused subject and relevant professional experience. Preference will be given to candidates holding PhDs / close to completion in a relevant field and/or with significant professional experience in the supply chain industry.

    This is a full-time post available immediately for a temporary period of 12 months as a result of maternity leave.

    For further information about the position, please contact Professor Nishikant Mishra,

    Head of Management Systems Subject Group, Email: nishikant.mishra@hull.ac.uk

    Closing Date: 07 Dec 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Psychology - Band 7 (HS0152)

    Psychology is one of three Subject Groups (Psychology, Biomedical Science, Sports Health and Exercise Science) within the School of Life Sciences which, along with the School of Medicine and the School of Health and Social Work sits within the newly formed Faculty of Health Sciences. Psychology has been delivered at Hull since 1928 and is one of the longest established psychology groups in the UK.  We conduct research at the forefront of scientific psychology that has impact on practice in psychology, mental and physical health, cognition and neuroscience.

    Psychology at Hull, along with York, is in the unique position of offering the only integrated clinical psychology doctoral training programme in the UK.  Applications are open only to those students studying on the BSc Psychology undergraduate courses at Hull and York Universities. 

    The School of Life Sciences and the Subject Group Psychology is looking to appoint a Lecturer to join a successful team to teach across the five core areas of psychology in addition to a forensic psychology module at level 6 in the undergraduate programme and at postgraduate level.

    The post holder must also be able to demonstrate experience in teaching forensic psychology breadth of teaching within psychology at undergraduate level.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Myfanwy Bugler, School Academic Manager email: m.bugler@hull.ac.ukor telephone: 01482 465010.

    For information about Psychology and the School of Life Sciences visit: http://www.hull.ac.uk/Faculties/fhs/sls.aspx

    Applicants are required to submit a current CV and covering letter outlining how their qualifications and experience meet the Person Specification in the Job Description below.

    This post is advertised as band 7 (HS0152) and band 8 (HS0153). Applicants interested in the band 7 and 8 will need to apply for both positions separately. Only one post will be appointed to.

    Closing Date: 01 Dec 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Psychology - Band 8 (HS0153)

    Psychology is one of three Subject Groups (Psychology, Biomedical Science, Sports Health and Exercise Science) within the School of Life Sciences which, along with the School of Medicine and the School of Health and Social Work sits within the newly formed Faculty of Health Sciences. Psychology has been delivered at Hull since 1928 and is one of the longest established psychology groups in the UK.  We conduct research at the forefront of scientific psychology that has impact on practice in psychology, mental and physical health, cognition and neuroscience.

    Psychology at Hull, along with York, is in the unique position of offering the only integrated clinical psychology doctoral training programme in the UK.  Applications are open only to those students studying on the BSc Psychology undergraduate courses at Hull and York Universities. 

    The School of Life Sciences and the Subject Group Psychology is looking to appoint a Lecturer to join a successful team to teach across the five core areas of psychology in addition to a forensic psychology module at level 6 in the undergraduate programme and at postgraduate level.

    The post holder must also be able to demonstrate experience in teaching forensic psychology breadth of teaching within psychology at undergraduate level.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Myfanwy Bugler, School Academic Manager email: m.bugler@hull.ac.ukor telephone: 01482 465010.

    For information about Psychology and the School of Life Sciences visit http://www.hull.ac.uk/Faculties/fhs/sls.aspx

    Applicants are required to submit a current CV and covering letter outlining how their qualifications and experience meet the Person Specification in the Job Description below.

    This post is advertised as band 8 (HS0153) and band 7 (HS0152). Applicants interested in the band 7 and 8 will need to apply for both positions separately. Only one post will be appointed to.

    Closing Date: 01 Dec 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Biochemistry (FS0328)

    The University of Hull has recently made significant investments in interdisciplinary biomedical research. The Chemistry section occupies two buildings at the heart of the main campus, and was recently joined to the new Allam Building for Biomedical Research and Centre for Positron Emission Tomography.  The University is also currently building a new Health Campus on the Hull site.  As part of these initiatives the Chemistry section is offering degrees in Biochemistry taught  in co-operation with staff from the School of Life Sciences.  To support our excellent delivery of learning, teaching and research we are seeking to recruit a Lecturer in Biochemistry.

    The successful candidate will develop and pursue a high quality research programme that compliments the current research themes in the School and University, for example contributing to the Interdisciplinary Clinical and Applied Health Institute.  You will actively participate in the subject area’s teaching, reach-out, pastoral and administrative responsibilities with the main contribution to teaching being in the area of biochemistry. You will strive to enhance further the high-quality teaching we deliver and promote the employability of our undergraduate and postgraduate students through curricula that are current, research-led and internationally reputable, thus giving our students an exceptional learning experience. You will be expected to be a keen ambassador for the School’s achievements, both internally and to a broader external audience, building relationships and seeking opportunities to optimise the impact of the work we do.

    Candidates are requested to upload a covering letter and CV. 

    As holders of an Athena Swan Bronze Award we are committed to family-friendly and flexible working policies on an individual basis, and follow the Athena SWAN Charter, which recognises and celebrates good employment practice undertaken to address gender equality in higher education and research.

    Informal enquiries may be made to Prof. Gillian Greenway, Head of School of Mathematics and Physical Sciences, 01482 466355, G.M.Greenway@hull.ac.uk

    This position is being jointly advertised with post number: FS0327, Lecturer in Biochemistry - Band 8. To apply for this post, please follow the link: https://jobs.hull.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=3908&forced=1

    Only one appointment will be made.

    Closing Date: 28 Nov 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Biochemistry (FS0327)

    The University of Hull has recently made significant investments in interdisciplinary biomedical research. The Chemistry section occupies two buildings at the heart of the main campus, and was recently joined to the new Allam Building for Biomedical Research and Centre for Positron Emission Tomography.  The University is also currently building a new Health Campus on the Hull site.  As part of these initiatives the Chemistry section is offering degrees in Biochemistry taught  in co-operation with staff from the School of Life Sciences.  To support our excellent delivery of learning, teaching and research we are seeking to recruit a Lecturer in Biochemistry.

    The successful candidate will develop and pursue a high quality research programme that compliments the current research themes in the School and University, for example contributing to the Interdisciplinary Clinical and Applied Health Institute.  You will actively participate in the subject area’s teaching, reach-out, pastoral and administrative responsibilities with the main contribution to teaching being in the area of biochemistry. You will strive to enhance further the high-quality teaching we deliver and promote the employability of our undergraduate and postgraduate students through curricula that are current, research-led and internationally reputable, thus giving our students an exceptional learning experience. You will be expected to be a keen ambassador for the School’s achievements, both internally and to a broader external audience, building relationships and seeking opportunities to optimise the impact of the work we do.

    Candidates are requested to complete the online application and upload a covering letter and CV.  

    As holders of an Athena Swan Bronze Award we are committed to family-friendly and flexible working policies on an individual basis, and follow the Athena SWAN Charter, which recognises and celebrates good employment practice undertaken to address gender equality in higher education and research. 

    This position is being jointly advertised with post number: FS0328, Lecturer in Biochemistry - Band 8. To apply for this post, please follow the link: https://jobs.hull.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=3932&forced=1

    Only one appointment will be made.

    Closing Date: 28 Nov 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Teaching Fellow in Psychology (HS0151)

    Psychology is one of three Subject Groups (Psychology, Biomedical Science, Sports Health and Exercise Science) within the School of Life Sciences which, along with the School of Medicine and the School of Health and Social Work sits within the newly formed Faculty of Health Sciences. Psychology has been delivered at Hull since 1928 and is one of the longest established psychology groups in the UK.  We conduct research at the forefront of scientific psychology that has impact on practice in psychology, mental and physical health, cognition and neuroscience.

    Psychology at Hull, along with York, is in the unique position of offering the only integrated clinical psychology doctoral training programme in the UK.  Applications are open only to those students studying on the BSc Psychology undergraduate courses at Hull and York Universities. 

    The Subject of Psychology is looking to appointa Teaching Fellow to join a successful team to work on a range of courses and to teach across the five core areas of psychology.

    The post holder must also be able to demonstrate a breadth of teaching within psychology at undergraduate level.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Myfanwy Bugler email: m.bugler@hull.ac.ukor telephone: 01482 465010

    For information about Psychology and the School of Life Sciences visit

    Candidates are asked to complete the online application and submit a covering letter and CV 

    http://beta.www.hull.ac.uk/study/Faculties/fhs/school-of-life-sciences.aspx

    Closing Date: 24 Nov 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Senior Lecturer or Lecturer in Patient Safety and Improvement Science (HY0184)

    Hull York Medical School – based at Heslington Campus, University of York.

    The Hull York Medical School (HYMS) is seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer or Lecturer in Patient Safety and Improvement Science. This represents a new and exciting challenge for a mid-career academic who wants to conduct research and teaching at the cutting edge.  HYMS brings together the strengths of the Universities of Hull and York in the life, clinical, health and social sciences.  It works closely with other departments in the Universities and many staff are embedded in jointly managed academic centres in host departments. For this post, the successful candidate will work within the Centre for Health and Population Sciences (CHaPS) in the Department of Health Sciences in the University of York.

    You will have the ability to generate new research approaches and identify, adapt develop and use research methodologies and techniques appropriate to areas relevant to Patient Safety or Quality Improvement in Health Care. You will develop innovative teaching materials, techniques and module design and take responsibility for the quality of the provision.  You will contribute to the wider academic community general life and work of HYMS and its parent universities (including the Department of Health Sciences at the University of York) through, for example, editing journals, refereeing papers, external examining, and involvement in professional bodies.

    With an undergraduate degree in the social sciences, psychology or a health related discipline and a PhD in a topic commensurate with the research themes described above, we are looking for  a self-motivated academic who wants to work in a multi-professional and inter-disciplinary environment.

    You will be someone who can build collaborative links and who thrives in an environment in which working across boundaries and in collaboration with managers, policy makers, health professionals and patients is essential.

    You will have a track record of high quality research in an area relevant to patient safety or quality improvement in healthcare and will be expected to grow a research portfolio that has the potential to be recognised internationally and to contribute to the teaching and assessment of HYMS students in these areas.

    You will have a record in obtaining research funding and will be in a strong position to apply to NIHR and other funding streams. You should have a clear plan for future research in your own field of expertise. You will have the drive to develop your research in new directions to respond to regional and national priorities

    At Senior Lecturer level, you will be expected to have a research record of national and international standing and a track record of teaching and learning in HE at undergraduate and postgraduate level or in a demonstrably similar context.

    Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications

    Senior Lecturer: University Grade 8 (£49,149 - £56,950)

    Lecturer: University Grade 7 (£38,832 – £47,222)

    The University of York is committed to promoting equality and diversity

    Closing Date: 08 Dec 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Psychology (HS0149)

    Psychology is one of three Subject Groups (Psychology, Biomedical Science, Sports Health and Exercise Science) within the School of Life Sciences which, along with the School of Medicine and the School of Health and Social Work sits within the newly formed Faculty of Health Sciences. Psychology has been delivered at Hull since 1928 and is one of the longest established Psychology groups in the UK.  We conduct research at the forefront of scientific Psychology that has impact on practice in Psychology, Mental and Physical Health, Cognition and Neuroscience.

    Psychology at Hull, along with York, is in the unique position of offering the only integrated Clinical Psychology Doctoral Training Programme in the UK.  Applications are open only to those students studying on the BSc Psychology undergraduate courses at Hull and York Universities. 

    The Subject of Psychology is looking to appoint a Lecturer to join a successful team to work on a range of courses and to teach across the five core areas of Psychology. The post holder must also be able to demonstrate a breadth of teaching within Psychology at undergraduate level.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Myfanwy Bugler email: m.bugler@hull.ac.uk or telephone: 01482 465010

    This position is being jointly advertised with post number: HS0150, Lecturer in Psychology - Band 8. To apply for this post, please follow the link: http://jobs.hull.ac.uk/HS0150 Only one appointment will be made.

    Closing Date: 23 Nov 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Psychology (HS0150)

    Psychology is one of three Subject Groups (Psychology, Biomedical Science, Sports Health and Exercise Science) within the School of Life Sciences which, along with the School of Medicine and the School of Health and Social Work sits within the newly formed Faculty of Health Sciences. Psychology has been delivered at Hull since 1928 and is one of the longest established Psychology groups in the UK.  We conduct research at the forefront of scientific Psychology that has impact on practice in Psychology, Mental and Physical Health, Cognition and Neuroscience.

    Psychology at Hull, along with York, is in the unique position of offering the only integrated Clinical Psychology Doctoral Training Programme in the UK.  Applications are open only to those students studying on the BSc Psychology undergraduate courses at Hull and York Universities. 

    The Subject of Psychology is looking to appoint a Lecturer to join a successful team to work on a range of courses and to teach across the five core areas of Psychology. The post holder must also be able to demonstrate a breadth of teaching within Psychology at undergraduate level.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Myfanwy Bugler email: m.bugler@hull.ac.uk or telephone: 01482 465010

    This position is being jointly advertised with post number: HS0149, Lecturer in Psychology - Band 7. To apply for this post, please follow the link: http://jobs.hull.ac.uk/HS0149 Only one appointment will be made.

    Closing Date: 23 Nov 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Forensic Science (HS0147)

    The School of Life Sciences wishes to appoint a Lecturer in Forensic Science. Applications are particularly sought from outstanding individuals with teaching experience that complement those that exist in physiology, anatomy, microbiology, genetics and/or proteomics. The successful applicant will be expected to contribute to teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

    The recently created School of Life Sciences is one of three schools in the Faculty of Health Sciences, along with the School of Health and Social Work and the Hull York Medical School.  Life Sciences comprises three subject areas: Biomedical Sciences, Psychology and Sports Health and Exercise Science.  Biomedical Sciences has benefited from extensive investment over the past 5 years and has a wide range of state of the art facilities, including dedicated Microbiology laboratories, NGS, Mass Spectrometry and flow cytometry.

    Our staff are involved in a range of interdisciplinary activities across the university and at national/ international level. In REF 2014, Biomedical science staff made a major contribution to UoA3 Allied Health Professions, Dentistry, Nursing & Pharmacy the University’s leading submission. The University recently achieved a Silver award in the TEF and the successful applicant will be expected to contribute fully to the future TEF application for Biomedical Science.

    For informal enquiries, please contact the School Academic Manager Myfanwy Bugler email: m.bugler@hull.ac.ukor Biomedical Science Subject Group Head Dr Barbara Guinn email: b.guinn@hull.ac.uk

    For information about The School of Life Sciences visit http://beta.www.hull.ac.uk/study/Faculties/fhs/school-of-life-sciences.aspx

    This position is being jointly advertised with post number: HS0148, Lecturer in Forensic Science - Band 7. To apply for this post, please follow the link: http://jobs.hull.ac.uk/HS0148  Only one appointment will be made.

    Closing Date: 22 Nov 2017
    Category: Academic

  • Lecturer in Forensic Science (HS0148)

    The School of Life Sciences wishes to appoint a Lecturer in Forensic Science. Applications are particularly sought from outstanding individuals with teaching experience that complements those that exist in physiology, anatomy, microbiology, genetics and/or proteomics.

    The successful applicant will be expected to contribute to teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

    The recently created School of Life Sciences is one of three schools in the Faculty of Health Sciences, along with the School of Health and Social Work and the Hull York Medical School.  Life Sciences comprises three subject areas: Biomedical Sciences, Psychology and Sports Health and Exercise Science.  Biomedical Sciences has benefited from extensive investment over the past 5 years and has a wide range of state of the art facilities, including dedicated Microbiology laboratories, NGS, Mass Spectrometry and flow cytometry.

    Our staff are involved in a range of interdisciplinary activities across the university and at national/ international level. In REF 2014, Biomedical science staff made a major contribution to UoA3 Allied Health Professions, Dentistry, Nursing & Pharmacy the University’s leading submission. The University recently achieved a Silver award in the TEF and the successful applicant will be expected to contribute fully to the future TEF application for Biomedical Science.

    For informal enquiries please contact the School Academic Manager Myfanwy Bugler email: m.bugler@hull.ac.uk or Biomedical Science Subject Group Head Dr Barbara Guinn email: b.guinn@hull.ac.uk

    For information about The School of Life Sciences visit http://beta.www.hull.ac.uk/study/Faculties/fhs/school-of-life-sciences.aspx

    This position is being jointly advertised with post number: HS0147, Lecturer in Forensic Science - Band 8. To apply for this post, please follow the link: http://jobs.hull.ac.uk/HS0147. Only one appointment will be made.

    Closing Date: 22 Nov 2017
    Category: Academic

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Clinical academic

  • Clinical Research Fellow (HY0179R)

    Academic Cardiology Group, Hull York Medical School (HYMS), Faculty of Health Sciences

    Applications are invited for a Clinical Research Fellow based at Castle Hill Hospital within the Academic Cardiology Group, HYMS, led by Professor A L Clark. Applicants should hold the MRCP/MBBS qualification or equivalent have full GMC registration with experience in Cardiology. An interest\experience in Clinical Trials would be an advantage.

    The successful candidate will provide medical support to our research portfolio and clinical sessions involving the care of patients located within the Hull & East Yorkshire HS Hospitals Trust. An opportunity exists if desired to work towards an MD.

    This Post requires an enhanced clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service for Adult and Child Workforce.

    Informal enquiries are encouraged and can be made to Professor A L Clark, Head of Academic Cardiology, HYMS, tel 01482 461780.

    Salary on the Clinical Academic Scale.

    Candidates are asked to submit a covering letter and CV.

     

     

     

    Closing Date: 24 Nov 2017
    Category: Clinical Academics

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Operational/Admin support/Manual/Specialist

  • Student Caller - Development & Alumni Relations (TSSSTUDENTCALLERNOV2017)
    About the Role
    Working in a team with other student callers, you will be calling graduates of the University of Hull with a view to updating our database records and asking them to support the Annual Telephone Fundraising Appeal.
     
    Role Responsibilities
    • Ensure that telephone calls are conducted in a highly professional manner.
    • Deliver an accurate, friendly and appropriate message from the University of Hull.
    • Follow call scripts and administration procedures to solicit appropriate gifts from the maximum number of graduates approached.
    • Contribute to a telephone fundraising campaign by collecting appropriate data and recording the appropriate responses.
    • Update the Alumni Database promptly and accurately.
    • Any other duties commensurate with the grade as appropriate.
    • The post holder will be expected to undertake all duties in line with the University Health and Safety policy.
    • The post holder will show a commitment to diversity, equal opportunities and anti-discriminatory practices.
     
    Skills Required
    You must be a current student at the University of Hull and be able to demonstrate the following:
    • Current in-depth knowledge of the University and campus.
    • A confident telephone manner.
    • Ability to record data accurately.
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Good attention to detail.
    • Flexible and reliable approach to working hours.
     
    This role would be ideal for any individuals who are an active member of a University Club/Society or have previous experience in a similar role.
     
    Pay/Role Details:
    • £9.55/hour inclusive of holiday pay.
    • Variable hours for 6 weeks, February - March 2018.
    • Interview sessions for selected candidates will be held on Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th December 2017.
    • Training Day for successful candidates will be held on Sunday 28th January.
     
    How to Apply
    There are two stages to complete to apply to become a Student Caller.
     
    Stage One – Please complete the online application form and attach an up to date CV.
     
    Stage Two – Please call this number: 01482 463293 and leave a voicemail message containing the following:
    • Your name, student ID and a brief description of why you want the job.
    • Please then clearly read the following script: “the response has been fantastic, with around half of those spoken to, deciding to give, and so we’d love you to make a gift of £10 a month”
     
     
    To discuss this role informally, please contact Nicky Wright, Development and Alumni Relations Office, T 01482 465257, E n.j.wright@hull.ac.uk.
     
    Closing date: 27th November 2017

    Closing Date: 27 Nov 2017
    Category: Operational/Admin Support/Manual/Specialist

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Professional, Management and Senior Administration

  • Planning Assistant (AA0018)

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Planning Assistant within the Strategic Development Unit (SDU).

    The SDU has responsibility for supporting the University’s planning and resource allocation process, compiling and submitting statutory returns, business intelligence (including the production and analysis of key performance indicators), and advising the Executive on policy issues. 

    SDU is the primary contact with the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), and reports, through the Director, to the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Academic Affairs).

    The Assistant role is a new position to provide administrative support for the compilation of external statutory returns, the production of management information, the fee-setting, planning and budgeting processes and the servicing of meetings.  The post holder will play a vital role in ensuring high quality data to support all of these processes.

    The role combines general administrative duties, including servicing of meetings and report writing, with data analysis and data management and would be suitable for a candidate seeking a role which requires an ability to excel in all of these facets of higher education administration. 

    We are seeking a candidate with excellent organisational skills, meticulous attention to detail and a proven ability to work to a high standard of accuracy.  You will be highly numerate and literate, with experience in the manipulation, analysis and presentation of numerical data.  You will possess excellent IT skills, in particular Excel and Access to an advanced level and be passionate about working with volume data and learning new software skills. 

    Excellent communication skills, team working skills and a methodical and proactive approach to your work are essential for this role.  Applicants will be expected to demonstrate a very high standard of report writing skills and an ability to manage a varied and demanding workload.

    This post is offered on a full time, permanent basis.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Judith Battersby, T 01482466867, E j.battersby@hull.ac.uk

    Closing Date: 28 Nov 2017
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

  • Administrator (Student Hub) (HS0156)

    We have a new opportunity to join the Faculty of Health Sciences Student Hub team as an Administrator.

    You will join the Student Hub’s dedicated team of professional services staff in the brand new Allam Medical Building, providing programme administration support for students and staff across the School of Life Sciences and the School of Health and Social Work.

    You will need general administrative experience and a real desire to learn about our portfolio of programmes, the needs of our staff and students and underlying systems, processes and policies. You will need a great attitude to customer service and be comfortable with working across more than one team, including some contribution to a rota covering the front desk service.

    This is an opportunity to join a large and only recently established Faculty, which has exciting prospects.

    Experience of School of Life Sciences programmes (Psychology, Sports, Health & Exercise Science and Biomedical Science) and/or School of Health and Social Work Programmes, the AIS student record and/or the SITS student record system will all be advantageous. However, the right personal qualities and a desire to learn are more fundamental to being successful in the role.

    This role is available for 1 year in the first instance.

    If you wish to discuss this post informally, please contact Katherine Darlington, Head of Administration, on 01482 463454, Email K.darlington2@hull.ac.uk

    For information about the Faculty visit www.hull.ac.uk/Faculties/fhs.aspx

    Closing Date: 24 Nov 2017
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

  • Team Leader (Student Hub) (HS0157)

    We have an opportunity to join the Faculty of Health Sciences Student Hub team as a Team Leader.

    You will join the Student Hub’s dedicated team of professional services staff in the brand new Allam Medical Building, providing programme administration support for students and staff across the School of Life Sciences and the School of Health and Social Work.

    You will need general administrative experience and a real desire to learn about our portfolio of programmes, the needs of our staff and students and underlying systems, processes and policies. You will need a great attitude to customer service and have experience of supervising the work of a small team. You will need to be comfortable with working across team boundaries, including some contribution to a rota covering the front desk service.

    This is an opportunity to join a large and only recently established Faculty, which has exciting prospects.

    Experience of School of Health and Social Work Programmes, the AIS student record and/or the SITS student record system and line management of staff will all be advantageous. However, the right personal qualities and a desire to learn are more fundamental to being successful in the role.

    If you wish to discuss this post informally, please contact Katherine Darlington, Head of Administration, on 01482 463454, Email K.darlington2@hull.ac.uk

    For information about the Faculty visit www.hull.ac.uk/Faculties/fhs.aspx

     

    Closing Date: 24 Nov 2017
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

  • Schools and Colleges Liaison Officer (SR0071R)

    The Schools & Colleges Liaison Service (SCLS) sits within the Student Recruitment Directorate, which has institution-wide responsibility for undergraduate recruitment and outreach in the UK.  SCLS works to build and nurture strong partnerships with schools, colleges and other agencies.  It offers information, advice and guidance about higher education to young people and their parents, gives presentations to a variety of audiences in schools and colleges, and represents and promotes the University of Hull to prospective students at recruitment events nationally.

    In an increasingly competitive market, the University is seeking to employ an officer who will help to develop and deliver existing activities, identify new opportunities to extend recruitment and widening participation initiatives, and who will be able to lead on agreed activities and projects. This is an exciting opportunity to become part of a highly motivated team dedicated to meeting the needs of young people, parents/carers and teachers, and developing lasting relationships. We are looking for someone with a positive and enthusiastic attitude, who is keen to take on new challenges and who can deliver outstanding customer service. 

    You must have a degree or equivalent qualification, substantial experience of working in schools and/or with young people, and an appreciation of current issues within higher education. Experience of project/event management and/or data analysis is desirable together with excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to cover a wide range of administrative tasks.  You must have a clean and current driving licence and be prepared to be flexible as the role will involve travel throughout the UK, time away from home and working evenings and weekends when required.

    This post requires an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. 

    If you would like to discuss this role informally, please contact Paul Wood, Schools & Colleges Liaison Officer, on 01482 465103 or p.wood@hull.ac.uk

    Closing Date: 22 Nov 2017
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

  • Executive Officer (6162)
    An exciting opportunity has arisen with the Hull York Medical School (HYMS) as the School’s Executive Officer. The post is an ideal opportunity for an experienced administrator looking to move into a management role. You will provide a wide-ranging experience of working in a medical school across two Universities and NHS partners and an opportunity to contribute at the highest level to all aspects of the School alongside the Dean, Chief Operating Officer and the School’s Management Board. HYMS is undergoing a period of transformation and you will have an opportunity to really make your mark, through the management of a variety of defined projects and change initiatives. You will be responsible for the day to day coordination of the School’s business, working in partnership with a range of University and NHS contacts, with an emphasis on HR.
    You will already have experience of working within a university environment and can demonstrate your ability to provide high level executive support. The post demands a flexible approach to work, strong organisational and decision-making skills and the ability to build successful and productive relationships at all levels across the University and NHS. You will lead a small Executive Office team and take overall responsibility for delivering the Executive Office function across the School.
     
    This is a demanding and varied role; you will have strong organisational skills and the ability to multi task whilst maintaining high levels of accuracy and meet strict deadlines.  You will have excellent communication skills and be accustomed to building professional relationships with colleagues at all levels.  This role requires you to maintain a level of responsiveness whilst handling changing priorities and demands.
    This is a full time post and will be predominantly based in HYMS at either the University of Hull or the University of York, but with an expectation of travel to the other campus for at least 2 days a week by agreement, together with occasional travel to the School’s NHS partners
     
    Salary will be in the range £31,604 - £38,832 a year and the post is offered on an Open contract.
     
    Informal enquiries can be made to Mary Kennedy by telephone +44 (0)1904 321793 or by email mary.kennedy@york.ac.uk
     
    Closing date: 26 November 2017.
     

    Closing Date: 26 Nov 2017
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

  • Health and Safety Advisor (AQ0058)

    The University has ambitious plans for the future, integral to which is the objective of making the University a healthy and safe place to work, study and visit. The Health and Safety Service is vital to achieving this aim across the University, by challenging the University to ensure it is not only complying with legislative standards, but striving to be leading and achieving best practice.

    The service offers a range of Health and Safety services across all of the University’s Faculties, Schools, Departments and Directorates; this provides a diverse range of industry groups and activities for a safety professional to work in.

    There are four Health and Safety Advisor roles available:

    • Three positions are available acting as the named Health and Safety Advisor for a portfolio of Faculties and Directorates across the University, which will provide a diverse risk profile of areas to work in. The roles will involve overseeing risk assessments, observational monitoring, Health and Safety training, advising on Off-site working and events safety, assisting employee consultation and assisting policy development.
    • One position is available, working with all Faculties/Schools and Directorates. The role will be implementing and carrying out a KPI audit program, a workplace inspection program, carrying out accident investigation and claims management, developing and maintaining a statutory compliance asset register and developing a behavioural safety program, and assisting policy development.

    This job description covers both roles, and the specific allocation of responsibilities will be confirmed annually through the annual review process.

    These positions report into the University’s Lead Health and Safety Advisors and ultimately the Director for Health and Safety.

    As part of the Health and Safety team you may be required to be on-call on a rota basis, responding to incidents outside of core work hours. An on-call allowance will be paid for any time you are on call. 

    To be successful in these roles you will have a combination of practical and theoretical experience in Health and Safety either working as an Advisor or through operational exposure. You will be a team player and a good communicator with the ability to motivate, develop and encourage the commitment of others in order to secure performance. You will also be keen to learn and develop within the role.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Jon Grainger, Interim Director of Health and Safety on 01482 465785, or by e-mail at healthandsafety@hull.ac.uk

     

    Closing Date: 22 Nov 2017
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

  • Green Port Growth Innovation Manager (AE0106)

    The University of Hull is positioning itself as a catalyst for development of the Renewable Energy sector at a national and international level, building on its’ reputation of industrial knowledge and leadership.

    The Green Port Growth RGF programme aims to create a globally competitive renewables industry in the region and establish Hull and Humber as a world class centre for renewable energy. It will capitalise on Siemens Gemesa’s investment in Green Port Hull as the site for its showcase OSW assembly plant, and the securing of the UK’s largest Enterprise Zone status exclusively for the renewables sector.

    The University of Hull is securing its position as a leader in OSW through the collaborative development of Project Aura; a multidisciplinary, multi-stakeholder project which will bring together UK expertise in engineering, and physical, environmental and social sciences to establish a global centre of industrial and academic excellence in renewable energy, and for the OSW industry in particular.

    The Project will include dedicated new facilities in the Humber at the geographical heart of an active, diverse and growing OSW supply chain. This will provide the physical focal point of a network of research organisations, a national framework for skills, and business and technology support services across the value chain to help create a uniquely innovative business ecosystem.

    The primary purposes of the role are to help fulfil the University’s responsibilities to deliver the Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) Strand of the Green Port Growth Programme. Specifically, this includes providing innovation and new product development expertise to GPGP registered organisations.

    The Post holder will lead RDI meetings with clients, build and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues, intermediaries and other networks to progress commercially viable product and service development. Specifically this will entail;

    • Identifying and qualifying existing and new GPGP RDI projects, working with GPGP registered businesses to develop new products and services

    • Undertaking technical assessments and producing technical summaries; assessing the requirements, likelihood of success and project plan for GPGP RDI projects

    • Identifying ‘groups’ of similar projects to develop theme areas and secure relevant support

    • Developing relationships with relevant key contacts at external RDI / NPD support, resource and facility providers

    The role will also help to provide support and due diligence, maintaining appropriate processes, protocols and reports for the effective management of the RDI Strand. In addition to this, the role will also liaise closely with the other GPG partners to endure the wider targets for the GPGP are met. Based at the University of Hull, the work of the post holder will be undertaken as part of the Project Aura team and working closely with the other strands of the Green Port Growth Programme, ensuring that businesses receive support delivered as part of a coherent and effective package.

    To discuss this role informally, contact David Wells 01482 465764 / d.wells@hull.ac.uk

    Candidates are asked to upload a CV and Covering Letter.

    Closing Date: 24 Nov 2017
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

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Research VACANCIES

  • Research Associate (HY0185)

    This exciting post is available as part of a University of Hull funded Scholarship Cluster created within the palliative and primary care programmes of research undertaken by the Supportive care, Early Diagnosis, and Advanced disease (SEDA) research group at the University of Hull.

    This post is part of a larger Scholarship Cluster project, (including this Band 6 Research Assistant post and 4 PhD studentships). The overall cluster project is focused on identifying symptoms and palliative needs in long-term conditions, multi-morbidity and frailty within primary care.

    The Band 6 Assistant will work with a range of GP practices across the CLAHRC Yorkshire & Humber region to identify those with multi-morbidity and frailty within partner practices. They will apply measures such as the electronic Frailty Index, the validated Integrated Palliative Care Outcome Scale (IPOS), the Needs Assessment–Progressive Disease (NAT-PD), and other measures, to identify and assess symptoms and palliative care needs more fully. The purpose is to develop a screening system to identify symptoms and other palliative needs in primary care, and there will be excellent opportunities to develop new bids.

    This provides an excellent opportunity to join an expanding research group which is developing excellent in applied health research across the primary care and palliative care boundaries. The post holder will have research expertise in a discipline relevant to primary care, palliative care, or a closely related area such as applied health research with older people. He/she will demonstrate a commitment to the pursuit of excellence in research, enthusiasm for this area of research, and have completed a PhD in a relevant subject.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Fliss Murtagh (fliss.murtagh@hyms.ac.uk or T 01482 463164) or Dr Liz Mitchell (Liz.Mitchell@hyms.ac.uk)

    For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk

    For information about the SEDA group visit http://research.hyms.ac.uk/researchcentres/chaps/seda

    This post requires a criminal record check through the Disclosure and Barring Service.

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 14 Dec 2017
    Category: Researchers

  • Post-Doctoral Research Assistant (FS0325)

    CareGiversPro-MMD is a Horizon 2020 funded project developing an mHealth application that is specifically targeted to patients with mild to moderate dementia and their care providers. The project is developing a tablet based, social networking tool, integrating a broad diagnostic approach, focusing on the live-in family caregiver-patient dyad as the unit of care. The system is being piloted in four European centres, one of which is the Hull Memory Clinic.

    A group of post-doctoral researchers are being recruited to contribute to the operation of the pilot in Hull.

    The pilot is planned to run for approximately 18 months. Study dyads will be identified through the Memory Clinic and dementia groups and each dyad will need to be trained to use the system. During the pilot, the role holder will be responsible for identifying and inducting new dyads, and providing support for existing dyads. The social networks will require moderation and new information will need to be added.  Experience in psycho-social interventions would be an advantage.  Monthly statistics need to be collected and collated between the four pilot sites, and analyses performed. The post holder will also participate in dissemination of study results, via Twitter and Facebook, and authorship of academic papers and participating in conferences.

    Funding is available for two, full time equivalent posts: possibly achieved by more than 2 part time positions. Flexibility will be possible regarding days and hours to be worked per week, with the possibility of the days per week being varied throughout the fixed term period. 

    This project is funded until 31 December 2018.

    This post requires an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

    To discuss these roles informally, please contact Kevin Paulson on 01482 465118, k.paulson@hull.ac.uk, or Emma Wolverson on 01482 464170, e.wolverson@hull.ac.uk

    For information about Clinical Psychology visit http://www.hull.ac.uk/Faculties/fhs/Psychology/Clinical-Psychology-Doctorate.aspx or for the School of Engineering http://www.hull.ac.uk/Faculties/fse/ecs.aspx

    Closing Date: 20 Nov 2017
    Category: Researchers

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