Working with us

At our university, we are committed to building a thriving, supportive community, nurturing ambition, pride, wellbeing and inclusivity. We have a range of job opportunities available at all levels. We have roles within research and teaching, technical support, professional services including administration, and estates and facilities.

All of our roles are vital to ensure the essential running of our university and delivery of the best possible experience to our students, staff and wider campus community. Many of our roles offer hybrid working. Our supportive and flexible environment allows you to thrive to reach all of your goals, both professional and personal. If you have questions about staff recruitment, contact our HR Recruitment Team.​

To find out what jobs we have on offer, visit our dedicated jobs board for more information.

You can find out more about what it is like to work here on our information for applicants page and our equality, diversity and inclusion page sets out all the great work we are doing in this area.

We operate an electronic recruitment process with online applications and do not routinely accept emailed or postal application forms.

If you have a disability and are unable to apply online or you experience any difficulties applying online, please contact our HR Recruitment Team for assistance.

Copies of documentation can be made available in alternative formats.

Further details about the availability of any additional hours for internal teaching staff can be found on the employment support webpages (staff login required).

If you have any other recruitment queries please contact our HR Recruitment Team.

We are a Disability Confident Employer, a Mindful Employer and are committed to diversity.

We are an equal opportunities employer

We have entered the Stonewall Diversity Champion programme and have joined Stonewall's Workplace Equality Index process, to assist us in implementing LGBTQIA+ inclusive policies and practices across the University. We also have an action plan to achieve our membership objectives. The University is a Disability Confident Employer.

Our People Strategy

Our People Strategy represents our ongoing commitment to build a thriving, supportive community, nurturing ambition, pride, wellbeing, and inclusivity. This strategy outlines the next stage of our journey which will help us to create an environment where everyone feels valued, encouraged, supported and empowered in their own careers and in their role in helping us to provide the best possible experience for our students.

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