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Learning Technology Lead

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Full-time (35 hrs p.w.), Permanent
We are seeking a Learning Technology Lead to oversee and manage the development and provision of learning technology in support of the learning, teaching and research needs of our academic community.
This is a crucial role at the University to support the University’s learning technology tools including the Virtual Learning Environment and third-party tools (online collaboration and assessment tools).  You will be a key connection point between Learning Experience and IT, ensuring clear communication between these departments and supporting both as required.
To be successful, you will have experience of VLE administration, development (ideally with Blackboard Learn Ultra) and support, along with a background in designing and delivering training and resources.  You will also have experience of developing online environments to support campus, blended and online courses and in producing training materials, user guides, technical documentation, and process documentation.  In addition, you will have strong communication and interpersonal skills and an understanding of staff and student needs from a VLE point of view within a HE environment.
About us
Regent’s University London is a private university right in the heart of Royal Regent’s Park. We offer bespoke undergraduate and postgraduate education that begins with the individual, focussing on each student’s talents, potential, and aspirations.
Our study areas include business and management; liberal studies and humanities; fashion and design; film, media and performance; psychotherapy and psychology; as well as pathway qualifications in English language and other modern foreign languages.
We are a small, friendly and supportive University offering great benefits for our staff including:
30 days annual leave plus bank holidays and additional discretionary closure days over the Christmas period
Beautiful campus in the heart of Regent’s Park, a short walk from Baker Street and Great Portland Street stations
A range of great facilities on our stunning campus including free tea and coffee, flexible working spaces and free use of the campus tennis court and sport pitch
Membership of a group personal pension scheme with a 7% minimum contribution by the University, with up to 10% contribution by the University
Loans of up to £10,000, to include covering daily travel costs, rental deposits and bicycles
Benenden medical cover – allowing access to medical services where there is delay in receiving NHS treatment 
Employee discount service
£6 a day allowance to spend in University catering outlets (when onsite)
Free language classes (free places are subject to availability)
Blended (hybrid) and flexible working supported across the University, depending on the requirements of the role
How to apply
Please provide a current CV along with a cover letter/statement outlining why you are suitable for the role (referencing your skills and experience against the person specification in the Job Description).   Candidates who do not provide a full application (including cover letter/statement) may not be considered.
Closing date: 11:45pm on Sunday 8th January 2023
Our goal is to foster and celebrate a diverse and inclusive workplace with a sense of belonging; we are committed to building a team that reflects a wide variety of skills, perspectives and backgrounds.

Learning Technology Lead

Administrative - UK Jobs

Full-time (35 hrs p.w.), Permanent
We are seeking a Learning Technology Lead to oversee and manage the development and provision of learning technology in support of the learning, teaching and research needs of our academic community.
This is a crucial role at the University to support the University’s learning technology tools including the Virtual Learning Environment and third-party tools (online collaboration and assessment tools).  You will be a key connection point between Learning Experience and IT, ensuring clear communication between these departments and supporting both as required.
To be successful, you will have experience of VLE administration, development (ideally with Blackboard Learn Ultra) and support, along with a background in designing and delivering training and resources.  You will also have experience of developing online environments to support campus, blended and online courses and in producing training materials, user guides, technical documentation, and process documentation.  In addition, you will have strong communication and interpersonal skills and an understanding of staff and student needs from a VLE point of view within a HE environment.
About us
Regent’s University London is a private university right in the heart of Royal Regent’s Park. We offer bespoke undergraduate and postgraduate education that begins with the individual, focussing on each student’s talents, potential, and aspirations.
Our study areas include business and management; liberal studies and humanities; fashion and design; film, media and performance; psychotherapy and psychology; as well as pathway qualifications in English language and other modern foreign languages.
We are a small, friendly and supportive University offering great benefits for our staff including:
30 days annual leave plus bank holidays and additional discretionary closure days over the Christmas period
Beautiful campus in the heart of Regent’s Park, a short walk from Baker Street and Great Portland Street stations
A range of great facilities on our stunning campus including free tea and coffee, flexible working spaces and free use of the campus tennis court and sport pitch
Membership of a group personal pension scheme with a 7% minimum contribution by the University, with up to 10% contribution by the University
Loans of up to £10,000, to include covering daily travel costs, rental deposits and bicycles
Benenden medical cover – allowing access to medical services where there is delay in receiving NHS treatment 
Employee discount service
£6 a day allowance to spend in University catering outlets (when onsite)
Free language classes (free places are subject to availability)
Blended (hybrid) and flexible working supported across the University, depending on the requirements of the role
How to apply
Please provide a current CV along with a cover letter/statement outlining why you are suitable for the role (referencing your skills and experience against the person specification in the Job Description).   Candidates who do not provide a full application (including cover letter/statement) may not be considered.
Closing date: 11:45pm on Sunday 8th January 2023
Our goal is to foster and celebrate a diverse and inclusive workplace with a sense of belonging; we are committed to building a team that reflects a wide variety of skills, perspectives and backgrounds.

Learning Technology Lead

Administrative - UK Jobs

Full-time (35 hrs p.w.), Permanent
We are seeking a Learning Technology Lead to oversee and manage the development and provision of learning technology in support of the learning, teaching and research needs of our academic community.
This is a crucial role at the University to support the University’s learning technology tools including the Virtual Learning Environment and third-party tools (online collaboration and assessment tools).  You will be a key connection point between Learning Experience and IT, ensuring clear communication between these departments and supporting both as required.
To be successful, you will have experience of VLE administration, development (ideally with Blackboard Learn Ultra) and support, along with a background in designing and delivering training and resources.  You will also have experience of developing online environments to support campus, blended and online courses and in producing training materials, user guides, technical documentation, and process documentation.  In addition, you will have strong communication and interpersonal skills and an understanding of staff and student needs from a VLE point of view within a HE environment.
About us
Regent’s University London is a private university right in the heart of Royal Regent’s Park. We offer bespoke undergraduate and postgraduate education that begins with the individual, focussing on each student’s talents, potential, and aspirations.
Our study areas include business and management; liberal studies and humanities; fashion and design; film, media and performance; psychotherapy and psychology; as well as pathway qualifications in English language and other modern foreign languages.
We are a small, friendly and supportive University offering great benefits for our staff including:
30 days annual leave plus bank holidays and additional discretionary closure days over the Christmas period
Beautiful campus in the heart of Regent’s Park, a short walk from Baker Street and Great Portland Street stations
A range of great facilities on our stunning campus including free tea and coffee, flexible working spaces and free use of the campus tennis court and sport pitch
Membership of a group personal pension scheme with a 7% minimum contribution by the University, with up to 10% contribution by the University
Loans of up to £10,000, to include covering daily travel costs, rental deposits and bicycles
Benenden medical cover – allowing access to medical services where there is delay in receiving NHS treatment 
Employee discount service
£6 a day allowance to spend in University catering outlets (when onsite)
Free language classes (free places are subject to availability)
Blended (hybrid) and flexible working supported across the University, depending on the requirements of the role
How to apply
Please provide a current CV along with a cover letter/statement outlining why you are suitable for the role (referencing your skills and experience against the person specification in the Job Description).   Candidates who do not provide a full application (including cover letter/statement) may not be considered.
Closing date: 11:45pm on Sunday 8th January 2023
Our goal is to foster and celebrate a diverse and inclusive workplace with a sense of belonging; we are committed to building a team that reflects a wide variety of skills, perspectives and backgrounds.

Learning Technology Lead

Administrative - UK Jobs

Full-time (35 hrs p.w.), Permanent
We are seeking a Learning Technology Lead to oversee and manage the development and provision of learning technology in support of the learning, teaching and research needs of our academic community.
This is a crucial role at the University to support the University’s learning technology tools including the Virtual Learning Environment and third-party tools (online collaboration and assessment tools).  You will be a key connection point between Learning Experience and IT, ensuring clear communication between these departments and supporting both as required.
To be successful, you will have experience of VLE administration, development (ideally with Blackboard Learn Ultra) and support, along with a background in designing and delivering training and resources.  You will also have experience of developing online environments to support campus, blended and online courses and in producing training materials, user guides, technical documentation, and process documentation.  In addition, you will have strong communication and interpersonal skills and an understanding of staff and student needs from a VLE point of view within a HE environment.
About us
Regent’s University London is a private university right in the heart of Royal Regent’s Park. We offer bespoke undergraduate and postgraduate education that begins with the individual, focussing on each student’s talents, potential, and aspirations.
Our study areas include business and management; liberal studies and humanities; fashion and design; film, media and performance; psychotherapy and psychology; as well as pathway qualifications in English language and other modern foreign languages.
We are a small, friendly and supportive University offering great benefits for our staff including:
30 days annual leave plus bank holidays and additional discretionary closure days over the Christmas period
Beautiful campus in the heart of Regent’s Park, a short walk from Baker Street and Great Portland Street stations
A range of great facilities on our stunning campus including free tea and coffee, flexible working spaces and free use of the campus tennis court and sport pitch
Membership of a group personal pension scheme with a 7% minimum contribution by the University, with up to 10% contribution by the University
Loans of up to £10,000, to include covering daily travel costs, rental deposits and bicycles
Benenden medical cover – allowing access to medical services where there is delay in receiving NHS treatment 
Employee discount service
£6 a day allowance to spend in University catering outlets (when onsite)
Free language classes (free places are subject to availability)
Blended (hybrid) and flexible working supported across the University, depending on the requirements of the role
How to apply
Please provide a current CV along with a cover letter/statement outlining why you are suitable for the role (referencing your skills and experience against the person specification in the Job Description).   Candidates who do not provide a full application (including cover letter/statement) may not be considered.
Closing date: 11:45pm on Sunday 8th January 2023
Our goal is to foster and celebrate a diverse and inclusive workplace with a sense of belonging; we are committed to building a team that reflects a wide variety of skills, perspectives and backgrounds.

Senior Procurement Consultant (fixed-term)

Administrative - UK Jobs

Hours: Full or part-time hours will be considered up to 1.0 FTE.
This post has been designated as a hybrid worker role, with an equal split between campus and remote working.
Further requests for flexible working options will be considered (subject to business need).
Contract: Fixed term for 2 years
Closing date: 11 January 2023. Applications must be received by midnight of this date.
Expected Interview date: to be confirmed
Expected start date: February 2023
The University of Sussex is a dynamic, innovative, top 50 university. With a campus based in the South Downs National Park but just a few minutes from the city of Brighton and Hove, it provides an excellent working environment in a remarkable setting, combined with all that the city has to offer.
Creative thinking, intellectual challenge and collaborative working are fundamental to a Sussex education and that is reflected in our workplace too. This is an exciting chance to join a team working at the center of the University.
Within the University’s Finance department, the Strategic Procurement Team are responsible for identifying/supporting key areas of spend within the University and identifying ways of adding value through procurement processes whilst ensuring compliance.
This is a fixed-term role that will focus on the establishment of a new hybrid delivery model for the University’s facilities management.
You will lead in securing value for money from areas of the University’s commercial relationships, with primary responsibility for expenditure relating to an assigned category, or categories, of spend. In addition you will have a background in procurement and be experienced at leading tenders, competitive negotiations, supplier and stakeholder management at a senior level. Experience of working within the Public Contracts Regulations, within the relevant category and having previous line management responsibility are desirable. We will happily talk to individuals with the right attitude and general experience who can adapt their skillset accordingly.
This role has been mapped as equivalent to the “Professional” competence level in the CIPS Global Standards. The post holder will therefore be expected to demonstrate equivalent knowledge and capability, and maintain a performance level up to and including this competence threshold.
Please contact Claire Hutchinson Head of Strategic Procurement ([email protected], 01273 678811) for informal enquiries.
For full details and how to apply see our vacancies page
The University of Sussex values the diversity of its staff and students and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

Senior Procurement Consultant (fixed-term)

Administrative - UK Jobs

Hours: Full or part-time hours will be considered up to 1.0 FTE.
This post has been designated as a hybrid worker role, with an equal split between campus and remote working.
Further requests for flexible working options will be considered (subject to business need).
Contract: Fixed term for 2 years
Closing date: 11 January 2023. Applications must be received by midnight of this date.
Expected Interview date: to be confirmed
Expected start date: February 2023
The University of Sussex is a dynamic, innovative, top 50 university. With a campus based in the South Downs National Park but just a few minutes from the city of Brighton and Hove, it provides an excellent working environment in a remarkable setting, combined with all that the city has to offer.
Creative thinking, intellectual challenge and collaborative working are fundamental to a Sussex education and that is reflected in our workplace too. This is an exciting chance to join a team working at the center of the University.
Within the University’s Finance department, the Strategic Procurement Team are responsible for identifying/supporting key areas of spend within the University and identifying ways of adding value through procurement processes whilst ensuring compliance.
This is a fixed-term role that will focus on the establishment of a new hybrid delivery model for the University’s facilities management.
You will lead in securing value for money from areas of the University’s commercial relationships, with primary responsibility for expenditure relating to an assigned category, or categories, of spend. In addition you will have a background in procurement and be experienced at leading tenders, competitive negotiations, supplier and stakeholder management at a senior level. Experience of working within the Public Contracts Regulations, within the relevant category and having previous line management responsibility are desirable. We will happily talk to individuals with the right attitude and general experience who can adapt their skillset accordingly.
This role has been mapped as equivalent to the “Professional” competence level in the CIPS Global Standards. The post holder will therefore be expected to demonstrate equivalent knowledge and capability, and maintain a performance level up to and including this competence threshold.
Please contact Claire Hutchinson Head of Strategic Procurement ([email protected], 01273 678811) for informal enquiries.
For full details and how to apply see our vacancies page
The University of Sussex values the diversity of its staff and students and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

Senior Procurement Consultant (fixed-term)

Administrative - UK Jobs

Hours: Full or part-time hours will be considered up to 1.0 FTE.
This post has been designated as a hybrid worker role, with an equal split between campus and remote working.
Further requests for flexible working options will be considered (subject to business need).
Contract: Fixed term for 2 years
Closing date: 11 January 2023. Applications must be received by midnight of this date.
Expected Interview date: to be confirmed
Expected start date: February 2023
The University of Sussex is a dynamic, innovative, top 50 university. With a campus based in the South Downs National Park but just a few minutes from the city of Brighton and Hove, it provides an excellent working environment in a remarkable setting, combined with all that the city has to offer.
Creative thinking, intellectual challenge and collaborative working are fundamental to a Sussex education and that is reflected in our workplace too. This is an exciting chance to join a team working at the center of the University.
Within the University’s Finance department, the Strategic Procurement Team are responsible for identifying/supporting key areas of spend within the University and identifying ways of adding value through procurement processes whilst ensuring compliance.
This is a fixed-term role that will focus on the establishment of a new hybrid delivery model for the University’s facilities management.
You will lead in securing value for money from areas of the University’s commercial relationships, with primary responsibility for expenditure relating to an assigned category, or categories, of spend. In addition you will have a background in procurement and be experienced at leading tenders, competitive negotiations, supplier and stakeholder management at a senior level. Experience of working within the Public Contracts Regulations, within the relevant category and having previous line management responsibility are desirable. We will happily talk to individuals with the right attitude and general experience who can adapt their skillset accordingly.
This role has been mapped as equivalent to the “Professional” competence level in the CIPS Global Standards. The post holder will therefore be expected to demonstrate equivalent knowledge and capability, and maintain a performance level up to and including this competence threshold.
Please contact Claire Hutchinson Head of Strategic Procurement ([email protected], 01273 678811) for informal enquiries.
For full details and how to apply see our vacancies page
The University of Sussex values the diversity of its staff and students and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

Senior Procurement Consultant (fixed-term)

Administrative - UK Jobs

Hours: Full or part-time hours will be considered up to 1.0 FTE.
This post has been designated as a hybrid worker role, with an equal split between campus and remote working.
Further requests for flexible working options will be considered (subject to business need).
Contract: Fixed term for 2 years
Closing date: 11 January 2023. Applications must be received by midnight of this date.
Expected Interview date: to be confirmed
Expected start date: February 2023
The University of Sussex is a dynamic, innovative, top 50 university. With a campus based in the South Downs National Park but just a few minutes from the city of Brighton and Hove, it provides an excellent working environment in a remarkable setting, combined with all that the city has to offer.
Creative thinking, intellectual challenge and collaborative working are fundamental to a Sussex education and that is reflected in our workplace too. This is an exciting chance to join a team working at the center of the University.
Within the University’s Finance department, the Strategic Procurement Team are responsible for identifying/supporting key areas of spend within the University and identifying ways of adding value through procurement processes whilst ensuring compliance.
This is a fixed-term role that will focus on the establishment of a new hybrid delivery model for the University’s facilities management.
You will lead in securing value for money from areas of the University’s commercial relationships, with primary responsibility for expenditure relating to an assigned category, or categories, of spend. In addition you will have a background in procurement and be experienced at leading tenders, competitive negotiations, supplier and stakeholder management at a senior level. Experience of working within the Public Contracts Regulations, within the relevant category and having previous line management responsibility are desirable. We will happily talk to individuals with the right attitude and general experience who can adapt their skillset accordingly.
This role has been mapped as equivalent to the “Professional” competence level in the CIPS Global Standards. The post holder will therefore be expected to demonstrate equivalent knowledge and capability, and maintain a performance level up to and including this competence threshold.
Please contact Claire Hutchinson Head of Strategic Procurement ([email protected], 01273 678811) for informal enquiries.
For full details and how to apply see our vacancies page
The University of Sussex values the diversity of its staff and students and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

School Research and Knowledge Exchange Officer (x 2 posts)

Administrative - UK Jobs

Goldsmiths, University of London, is a leading arts, humanities and social science university. It is located in New Cross in the London Borough of Lewisham. An opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated and experienced professional services officer to join the University’s Research and Knowledge Exchange Directorate. The role holder will be responsible for supporting the day-to-day research and knowledge exchange activities of academic staff across the School. S/he will work also with colleagues in the wider team to develop and implement improved systems and processes to help enhance the capacity of Goldsmiths to secure and manage research and knowledge exchange income. The role holder will furthermore have a focus on encouraging compliance with funders’ and regulatory non-financial requirements pertaining to externally funded research grants.
The post holder will provide expert advice and support at the highest standards of service to academic and professional staff across multiple departments. We are seeking a motivated professional, with an established track record of working in a research environment. Flexible and versatile, the postholder will have proven communication, collaboration and numeracy skills, in addition to an excellent understanding of the UK funding landscape and processes, in order to build effective relationships across the University. The post holder will need to be a self-starter, adept at responding to changing demands and exploiting new opportunities.
No agencies please.

Education Manager – School of Psychology

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We are seeking to appoint an experienced administrative manager to lead and manage professional services related to education within the School of Psychology.  You will be required to exercise initiative and personal judgement and take responsibility for co-ordinating tasks and keeping full and proper records of all undergraduate and postgraduate taught schemes.  You will work closely with and provide high level support to the Director of Teaching and other staff members involved in the management and delivery of teaching activities and the improvement of the quality of the teaching provision, providing information and statistical data as needed. You will be a senior member of the School’s Professional Services Team, working closely with the School Manager and other colleagues to ensure the overall operational and strategic effectiveness of the School’s professional support services.The individual should have knowledge of administration processes to include:  examination procedures, admissions, enrolment, timetabling, student and programme records.The post will support the current Education Manager on a part time basis (secondment cover) in delivering teaching administration within the School of Psychology ensuring high quality support for the School’s taught programmes of study.There is a requirement for on campus working for at least 3 days per week (pro rata). Working outside normal office hours and at weekends may be required.For informal enquiries relating to the role, please contact Laura Parsons ([email protected]).This is a part-time position (17.5 hours per week) position fixed term until 31st December 2023.Closing Date: Friday, 23 December 2022Please be aware that Cardiff University reserves the right to close this vacancy early should sufficient applications be received.Cardiff University is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity and to creating an inclusive working environment. We believe this can be achieved through attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse range of staff from many different backgrounds who have the ambition to create a University which seeks to fulfil our social, cultural and economic obligation to Cardiff, Wales, and the world.  In supporting our employees to achieve a balance between their work and their personal lives, we will also consider proposals for flexible working or job share arrangements.

Faculty Administrative Assistant

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The Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies invites applications for the post of Faculty Administrative Assistant to provide efficient and effective office-based support to ensure the smooth running of the Faculty.
The role holder will provide a reception service, which includes but is not limited to dealing with day-to-day queries from staff, students and visitor. They will also support the administrative team and various aspects of administration related to the running of the Faculty’s undergraduate office: creating the termly teaching timetable, updating room bookings, supporting open days, admissions and providing administrative support during the exam period. The Faculty Administrative Assistant will keep the Faculty’s digital presence up to date using both web-editing and social media platforms. They will also assist with the organization of events and activities for outreach, widening participation, alumni relations and fund raising. Some custodial support will be required form time to time.
Applicants will have excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, very good IT skills, an eye for detail and the ability to work in a team environment. Applicants will be able to work independently to tight deadlines, be willing to learn new skills and will be able to use their initiative and judgment. Applicants must be able to prioritise and work well under pressure. Applicants will be expected to liaise with all stakeholders with tact and diplomacy, observing the need for confidentiality where appropriate.
Applicants should be educated to GCSE level grades A-C or equivalent / NVQ Level 2. They must have good knowledge of MS Office, including Word, Excel, web editing, and use of email and internet. Experience of working in a busy office environment, preferably within Higher Education is desirable.
For further information about this post please click on the ‘Further particulars’ links below. 
The closing date for applications is midnight (GMT) on Monday 2nd January 2023. Interviews will be held on Tuesday 10th January 2023, subject to confirmation.
If you have any questions about this vacancy, please contact the Deputy Faculty Manager at [email protected]; or about the application process, please contact the School HR Team on [email protected]
Please quote reference GU34462 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.
The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.

Research Technician

Administrative - UK Jobs

Full Time Fixed Term (31/08/2025)
Closing Date: Tuesday 03 January 2023
Interview Date: To be confirmed
The Gwyer Findlay lab investigates how neutrophils affect T cell phenotype. Our work sits at the interface of immunology and inflammation biology and we use a variety of methods in our studies – immunology, molecular biology, computational biology and imaging. 
This post is for a technician to help run the lab. The post-holder will carry out experiments under the guidance of Dr Gwyer Findlay and will assist all other team members with their experiments. They will also organise lab records, maintain stocks of reagents and supplies, and help write and maintain safety records and procedures.  
You will ideally hold a BSc in biology or a related discipline, and have had lab skills training. You will be able to analyse and interpret quantitative and qualitative data, use word-processing and spreadsheet programmes, and maintain databases. You will be highly organised and efficient. You will be a helpful and supportive team-player, helping with experiments being performed by all other team members.  
What we can offer you
a world-class research environment
access to mentoring, career development and networking across the University and beyond
a personalised training and development plan including external training courses and attendance at conferences
a friendly, supportive lab environment
As a founding signatory of the Athena SWAN charter, and holder of a silver award, we’re committed to improving equality. We aim to create an environment where everyone can thrive and are proactive in fostering a culture of inclusion, respect and equality of opportunity. We believe that we can only truly meet our objectives if we are reflective of society, so we are passionate about creating a working environment in which you are free to bring your whole self to work. 
As well as additional benefits that will make your life easier, such as a generous holiday allowance and additional university closure days, we will help you find a good work-life balance with flexible, or even part-time, working hours. We will support your long-term future too, with access to the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS)*, subsidised health and fitness facilities and a range of discounts. 
For additional information or informal enquiries before submitting your application, please email Emily Findlay at [email protected]
Application Procedure
You should submit your completed online application form at https://jobs.soton.ac.uk. The application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above. If you need any assistance, please call Sian Gale (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 2750, or email [email protected] Please quote reference 2086322BJ on all correspondence.
Further details:
We believe equality, diversity and inclusion are fundamental to making the University of Southampton a welcoming, vibrant and successful organisation. Having a diverse workforce, inclusive of people of all ages and beliefs, from different racial, educational and social backgrounds opens up a wealth of possibilities, makes us more creative and accelerates our impact on society. We welcome applicants that value the diversity of our community and are willing to play their part in supporting the mission of inclusivity. 
Please note that applications from agencies will not be accepted unless indicated in the job advert.

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