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Inclusion Assistant

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At UCA, creativity and innovation are at the heart of what we do. Our legacy of educating eager and passionate artists, makers and thinkers runs back almost 160 years, and today we’re helping shape a global future that supports and nourishes talent worldwide.
Our campuses across Surrey and Kent are vibrant communities, each specialising in different areas of the creative industries. We are also home to a thriving research hub, with academic experts and fellows leading the way in research on sustainability, design, textiles, animation, history and culture, and more.
Are you ready to share your passion for creativity with the next generation of innovators? If so, we want to hear from you.
Inclusion Assistant         
Location: Epsom
Contract Type: FTC
FTC End date: 31/07/2023
Salary: £27,929-£31,412 per annum pro rata      
Full Time: 13 hours per week
If TTO 41 weeks per year
Pro rata Salary: £8,990-£10,111 per annum
Closing date: Sunday, 06 November 2022
Interview date:  Monday, 14 November 2022
Is a DBS required? Yes
We are seeking to recruit an experienced Inclusion Assistant on a Fixed Term Contract to work at our Epsom campus.
UCA remains committed to continuous development and enhancement of our teaching, learning, research and assessment practices to be totally inclusive, enabling all students to be fully engaged and immersed in their learning experiences. 
We are seeking applications for an enthusiastic and committed Inclusion Assistant to join our busy team to work with disabled students to help them access their learning.
You will work with a wide range of disabled students providing learning support designed to promote accessible strategies and solutions to students across a range of areas including generic pastoral, learning, communication, wellbeing and behavioural support.  
You will have appropriate, significant and relevant disabled student support experience and/or relevant professional qualification/Level 6 in an appropriate subject.  You will be passionate about supporting disable students to engage with identified learning strategies and study skills in one-to-one and group settings.
The actual salary for this position will be £8,990 – £10,111 per annum.
Contact Nikki Scambler (Learning Support Manager) – [email protected] for an informal conversation regarding the role.
For further details and to apply for this post please visit our website https://jobs.ucreative.ac.uk
The University for the Creative Arts (UCA) aims to be a welcoming and inclusive University that is truly representative of all sections of society. We particularly encourage applications from people from minoritised ethnic groups and people with disabilities who are currently under-represented within the University.
Please note UCA may close a vacancy early in the event of high numbers of applications being received.

Incubation and Continuous Improvement Officer

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Salary: £31,931 OR £39,748 gross per annum (dependent on skills and experience).
Hours: Full time
Contract Type: Fixed Term (6 months)
Location: Science and Technology Facilities Council, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Harwell, Oxfordshire OR Daresbury Laboratory, Warrington
Working Style: As a flexible employer, we are happy you to predominantly work from home for this role and on occasion work in one of the above office locations
Overall Purpose
STFC’s Business Incubation Team and in particular, the ESA BIC UK team is looking for a creative and motivated individual to support the continuous improvement activities of the programme.
This is an outstanding opportunity to shape the future of the ESA BIC and contribute to building STFC’s broader Incubation capabilities!
The role is for 6 months and the location flexible:  Daresbury, Harwell or hybrid.
Responsibilities / Duties
Reporting to the ESA BIC programme Manager (Harwell) and working closely with STFC’s Head of Incubation and Senior Incubation Support Officer (Daresbury), the post holder will lead projects to craft and implement new capabilities and improve efficiencies. This will include:
Create project plans to deliver the ESA BIC programme strategy, including drafting the terms of reference and work-plan and building working teams (with support from the ESA BIC Manager).
Identify efficiency opportunities in processes across Incubation activities and design / redevelop processes and procedures to meet requirements.
Lead the project management for select design and implementation activities and coordinate working team activities to meet the project’s goals.
Design new capabilities for Incubation programmes, including researching the best methodologies used by other businesses and shaping realistic solutions that fit our operational constraints.
Involve the Incubation teams in project design and delivery to ensure they are on-board with proposed changes.
Collaborate with wider STFC teams to ensure solutions are workable and can be applied to other STFC Business Incubators.
Develop delivery plans and simple user tools.
Train working teams on new ways of working and new tools to help embed change in the line.
Automate and simply back-office procedures.
A Band D role would initially support project management activities and shape recommendations as part of the team, taking greater ownership and responsibility over time.
A Band E role would take the lead on project management and developing recommendations and would coordinate the working team to meet project goals.
Skills and Experience
Good digital skills including use of Office 365, SharePoint, Teams and other collaboration and shared working tools (experience with Power Automate or similar tools is desirable)
Strong organisation and project management
Good communication skills and an ability to bring in diverse viewpoints, listen actively, and make sound judgements on the best way forward
Able to think creatively as well as act decisively to implement change
At Band D, candidates would be able to demonstrate they can work in a continuous improvement role, e.g. working on discrete projects, delivering at pace, implementing change, etc.
At Band E, candidates would likely have experience working in continuous improvement programmes, including project management, agile working, etc.
Choosing to come to work at UKRI means that you will have access to a whole host of benefits including a flexible working scheme, a Career Average Revalued Earnings pension scheme, 30 days annual leave allowance, access to employee shopping/travel discounts and salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme.
To see more details and to apply please visit our job board at Careers at STFC (careersportal.co.uk). Please include a covering letter outlining how you fit the role criteria. Applicants who are unable to apply online should contact us by email on [email protected]
The closing date for applications is Sunday 6th November 2022 with the view to interview week commencing 21st November 2022.

Senior Policy Manager – Administrative Data Research

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Senior Policy Manager – Administrative Data Research UK (ADR UK)
Salary: £39,748 gross per annum
Contract Type: Open-Ended
Hours: Full Time/ Part time (Min 0.6 FTE)
Location: Swindon
ADR UK (Administrative Data Research UK) is a partnership transforming the way researchers access the UK’s wealth of public sector data, to enable better informed policy decisions that improve people’s lives.
As a Senior Policy Manager, you will be part of the Programme Management Office team within the Strategic Hub. This team has oversight and responsibility for the full range of ADR UK’s programme and investment management activities, including a strong role in partnership coordination.
Working closely with a Project Manager, you will lead the monitoring and assurance of this investment on behalf of ESRC. You will also have responsibility for coordinating the management of the ADR UK Programme Delivery Board, grant awards for core partners (both government and academic) and related stakeholder relationships.
Key Responsibilities will be to:
develop and deliver appropriate assurance reviews for the ADR UK Programme and report findings and proposed actions to the SRO and Programme Delivery Board, building on the good practice embedded within the programme in these areas to date.
proactively engage with a range of internal and external stakeholders (including government departments and other agencies) and manage those relationships effectively
provide support to the Director and Deputy Director as required.
review reporting information to provide a clear picture across the programme, reporting status to Directors and the Programme Delivery board.
We are looking for someone who can demonstrate;
an understanding of the importance of data infrastructure, data resources and e-infrastructure to the social science (and wider) research landscape
a project management or programme management qualification with evidence of working within a Programme Management Office environment and/or extensive experience of programme and project management.
excellent communication skills with the ability to influence and negotiate across a range of stakeholders
In return UKRI can offer:
Flexible Working
30 days annual leave + 8 Public Holidays + 2.5 Privilege days
Access to a defined benefit Civil Service Pension Scheme or a stakeholder pension scheme
Various everyday discounts through our dedicated provider
For more information and to apply, please visit our Careers Pages.Customer advert reference: 22000154 Apply Online or Email for APPLY_URL field (notifications of applications): https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=a2llcmFuZS40NTM1NC4zMDg2QHVrc2JzLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ Salary minimum: 39748.0 Salary maximum: 39748 Publish Date: 10-13-2022 Closing Date: 12-12-2022 Location: Swindon Hours: Full-Time Contract Type: Permanent

Higher Education Quality Officer

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We are seeking a motivated and professional individual to support the Higher Education Quality team with the implementation of processes and regulations across HE for the DN Colleges Group. These crucial roles are being introduced to support compliance with, for example, Office for Students (OFS) regulations, and the Consumer Marketing Authority (CMA) awarding institutions
We are looking for individuals with an eye for detail, able to work under own initiative and prioritise effectively to meet contesting deadlines. The role requires a passion for processes and the confidence to effectively apply regulations and work with a range of staff at all levels and relevant stakeholders.
This is an excellent opportunity to be involved in the growth of the HE Quality Team within Higher Education across DN Colleges Group.
For an informal discussion please contact Debbie Jensen, Director Academic Administration and Quality Assurance by email at [email protected]
It is great to work for the DN Colleges Group, we offer an attractive salary plus many other benefits including DNCG Benefits (access to retail and leisure discounts), cycle to work scheme, flexible working, on-site nursery, health & fitness suite, generous annual leave, development opportunities and pension provisions.
The DN Colleges Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All staff and volunteers must therefore be willing to apply for DBS clearance at an Enhanced level.
We are recognised as a Disability Confident employer, Mindful Employer and also positively encourage applications from all ethnic backgrounds.
There’s always something happening at DN Colleges Group. Click on the link http://www.dncolleges.ac.uk/about-us/news/ to find the latest news from DN Colleges Group, Doncaster College and North Lindsey College or follow us via Facebook, Linked In Twitter.
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For further information about the role please visit the vacancies section of our website via the apply link.

SDF Project Compliance Officer

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Are you looking for a new challenge with excellent benefits?
North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College is one of the largest and most successful colleges in the region. We understand the importance of recruiting talented and passionate people that are central to all College achievements and are the driving force in the success of our learners.
We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion. Our College welcomes staff and students from a diverse range of backgrounds and recognise that diversity and difference brings richness to our College.  Being inclusive and enabling people to thrive and give their best is essential to our College and enables us to deliver the best possible services to our student communities.
We are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer.
We are a Forces Friendly Employer and we are committed to our Armed Forces Covenant.
You can see the full job description attached.
Equality, diversity, and inclusion are integral to everything that we do. We are committed to these values, and they are central to our mission. We encourage applications from all backgrounds and communities, and we are more than happy to discuss any reasonable adjustments that you may require.
We aim to support our employees in achieving a healthy work-life balance. We recognise that many of our employees have responsibilities and are committed to providing support for our employees. We are working hard to support flexible and new ways of working where possible, and offer a range of benefits.
All our roles are subject to an enhanced DBS check.
For further information about the role please visit the vacancies section of our website via the apply link.

Research Associate, Participatory AI & Data Justice

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The Alan Turing Institute is the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence whose mission is to make great leaps in data science and artificial intelligence research in order to change the world for the better.
ROLE PURPOSE
We are seeking an early-career researcher with a background in social science and qualitative research to design and implement interview-based, participatory research with communities and stakeholders for a project investigating the design, use, and assessment of data, data sharing and AI tools for addressing modern slavery (and other vulnerable or marginalised populations) and considering other data and technology uses on racialised and marginalised communities. The post-holder will be responsible for designing and implementing community-engaged research. Responsibilities will include carrying out literature reviews, developing interview protocols, conducting interviews with individuals and groups, communicating findings to an interdisciplinary research team, and writing formal reports. The post-holder will work closely with a multi-disciplinary team of PIs and Co-Is from a range of disciplines – Statistics, Anthropology, Computer Science, Law, etc.
Candidates should have experience with qualitative methods and analyses regarding interviews, focus groups and survey techniques. The project utilises participatory methodologies and community engagement; experience with these approaches is highly desirable. We particularly encourage applications from those with research experience on themes of modern slavery, online exploitation, gender-based violence, and/or other hidden, racialised or marginalised communities.
DUTIES AND AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Design, develop and undertake research methodologies including literature review, interview protocol, focus groups, surveys
Assist in developing survey instrument, data labelling protocols and participate in training labellers
Conduct, review and inform on participatory methods to address data justice issues
Conduct stakeholder and community interviews, focus groups and surveys and desk-based research.
Conduct different types of qualitative research and analysis
Provide critical perspectives, identify issues and inform on mechanisms for data collection, sharing and use
Collaborate with stakeholders and partners on research and identifying opportunities to take developed methods, frameworks and insights towards wider use.
Assist in the organisation of and participate in regular meetings and special workshops with the research team, designated members of staff, collaborators amd stakeholders
Person Specification
PhD Degree or equivalent experience in social science (e.g. anthropology, science and technology studies, HCI, etc.) or equivalent level of professional experience
Good foundation and experience in qualitative research
Knowledge and interest in participatory methodologies
Please see our portal for a full breakdown of the Job Description.
If appointed at a Senior Research Associate level, the post-holder will have additional responsibilities. Please see the attached job description for further details.
Terms and Conditions
This full-time post is offered on a fixed term basis for 2 years. The annual salary is £38,850 – £46,200 plus excellent benefits, including flexible working and family friendly policies, https://www.turing.ac.uk/work-turing/why-work-turing/employee-benefits
Application procedure
Please see our jobs portal for full details on how to apply.
Equality Diversity and Inclusion
The Alan Turing Institute is committed to creating an environment where diversity is valued and everyone is treated fairly.  In accordance with the Equality Act, we welcome applications from anyone who meets the specific criteria of the post regardless of age, disability, ethnicity, gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.  Reasonable adjustments to the interview process can also be made for any candidates with a disability.

Humanities Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Officer

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We are keen to appoint an Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Officer to the Humanities Division at Oxford University. This exciting role provides the opportunity to help Oxford Humanities to develop and implement policies and strategies in all areas of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI), in relation to both staff and students.

Working in partnership with the Division’s Academic lead for EDI, and joining a team of Professional Services Staff, this role supports and advises the academic faculties and departments that make up the Division.

If you have an in-depth knowledge of EDI in higher education, and a commitment to modelling good practice and actively promoting an inclusive working environment we would be delighted to hear from you!

If, for any reason, you have taken a career break or have had an atypical career and wish to disclose this in your application, the selection committee will take this into account. The selection committee will also be mindful of the impact that the Covid-19 pandemic may have had on candidates’ careers as a result of additional caring responsibilities or other factors.

Applications must be made online. You will be required to upload a supporting statement and CV as part of your application. The deadline for applications is 12:00 noon on Friday 4 November 2022. Interviews are expected to be held on Wednesday 16 November.

Curriculum and Quality Administrator

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Under the direction of the Head of Quality, you will provide effective, responsive and high-quality administrative support to Curriculum and Quality teams and the broader curriculum community.
For further information, please view the job information pack. 
Bridgend College recognises its responsibility to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all students. We apply a rigorous process of checking the suitability of staff and volunteers to work with children and vulnerable adults. The above post is subject to a satisfactory/enhanced DBS disclosure for child and adult workforce.
Bridgend College understands the value of providing services in Welsh and the need to grow its bilingual workforce. We therefore encourage applications from candidates who are able to demonstrate good Welsh language skills. Please specify in your personal statement whether you would prefer to have your assessment/interview conducted in Welsh.
We are actively seeking to improve representation from all sections of the community and promoting equality of opportunity. We welcome applications from everyone, including people from different backgrounds and communities, and of different ages. 
We are proud to be a Disability Confident Leader and we guarantee to interview anyone with a disability if their application meets the essential criteria for the post, and consider them on their abilities. We can also offer reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process. 
Please note there may be a requirement for a second stage interview or assessment.
For further information about the role please visit the vacancies section of our website via the apply link.

Curriculum Administrator – Construction

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We are currently looking for an enthusiatic and self-motivated individual to join our curriculum team. You will work as part of the Construction team to support the accurate and professional completion of core administration associated with the delivery of a first class curriculum experience.
This will include the tracking and recording of student absence; organisation of key meetings involving college staff, students and parents; supporting the organisation of core college events; working with other teams to support timetable changes; providing a key point of contact for both internal and external customers to ensure information is received and acted on appropriately and providing a core reception service. In addition, you will also be involved in invigilating exams and assessments and collate information to support our Performance Monitoring Boards, which track course progress and achievement. The production of letters to parents and other communications will also be required in collaboration with the Head of School.
You will have previous experience in a busy administration role with previous experience of an educational environment being an added bonus although not essential. Candidates must be IT literate and understand the importance of attention to detail and accuracy. You will have excellent communication skills and be able to positively relate to people from all walks of life. You should be used to working with large amounts of data and have a flexible approach to you work to enable you to adapt to changing priorities.
You will have a minimum of a grade C in GCSE Maths and English Language (or equivalent) and ideally a further level 3 qualification in Business Administration or Customer Service.
For further information about the role including job description and application form please visit the vacancies section of our website via the apply link.

Learning Technologist

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AECC University College is a specialist health sciences institution established in 1965, dedicated to excellent education, clinical care and applied research. Based in Bournemouth, our campus is in an attractive setting, just a few minutes’ walk from the beach. Building on its proud heritage, the University College is on an exciting journey of transformation and growth. We provide a vibrant and positive inter-professional learning and practice environment within a caring and inclusive community.
About the RoleThis is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated, user-focused person to join our growing Learning Technology team in a vital new role. We are seeking a Learning Technologist who is passionate about improving learning and teaching with a key focus on technology, online delivery, and digital assessment. The post-holder will contribute to projects and provide support, expert guidance and training for a range of tools, pedagogic practices and digital capabilities, supporting a culture of continuous improvement. 
You will collaborate with fellow Learning Technologists to drive forward the effective use of digital technologies to enhance the learning and teaching experience, with the aim of providing an outstanding experience for our students and staff. You will be responsible for working collaboratively with academic staff, IT staff, Library staff, and other key staff who support teaching and learning in support of the organisational aims and objectives. 
This is a full-time (36.25 hours per week), fixed-term position for two years in the first instance. 
About the PersonThe successful candidate will be passionate about using technologies to enhance learning and teaching. You will have a BA/BSc and preferably a postgraduate qualification in a relevant area. Additionally, you will be an expert in the design and development of online resources and activities. You will have experience of using one or more key learning technologies, including VLEs, and will have an understanding of inclusive higher education pedagogies. The role will suit someone who is a fast learner and is keen to develop learning/teaching systems skills in a higher education environment. 
To be successful in this role, you need to be adaptable, flexible, proactive and forward-thinking with the ability to work independently and as part of a team. You will also require excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a positive and enthusiastic approach. Excellent organisational skills with the ability to prioritise and meet deadlines are also essential requirements. 
Applicants must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum & Nationality Act 2006. 
Benefits 
Enhanced employer’s pension contribution (12%)
Free car parking where available (permit scheme)
On-site canteen
Employee assistance scheme
Death in service benefit
Cycle-to-work scheme
Subsidised gym
Staff development event termly
Wellbeing week
Use of University College library facilities 
And many more. 
ContactFor an informal discussion, please contact Caroline Cooke, Head of Student and Library Services, at [email protected] 
To apply, please view the job description and person specification here and then go to https://www.aecc.ac.uk/about/join-the-team/ to complete an online application form. Completed application forms should be submitted by midnight on the closing date. Please note that CVs will not be considered as a substitute for a complete application form. 
Closing date: 23rd October 2022
Interview date: 7th November 2022
We welcome applications from all sections of the community and value diversity in our workforce. Applications from people from black and minority ethnic groups, which are underrepresented in our workforce, are particularly welcomed. 

Assistant Lecturer in Electrical Technology

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Description of Post
The Department of Engineering Apprenticeships delivers Level 6 Advanced Certificate – Craft Electrical courses at phase 4 and phase 6. The department plans to expand its provision of electrical apprenticeship course delivery and seeks lecturers in electrical technology. Candidates are required to teach 18 hours per week, primarily, on phase 4 and phase 6 electrical apprenticeship courses.
The lecturer will be expected to work with the electrical technology team in further developing the teaching approach to the electrical apprenticeship curriculum, establish strong relationships with industry partners, and contribute to the promotion of the school’s curriculum to the relevant stakeholders such as second-level schools, enterprises, etc. The lecturer will also contribute to the relevant academic administrative duties and other work of the department and school. The lecturer will be expected to avail of staff development in academic practice or otherwise.
The post-holder will be responsible to the Head of Department of Engineering Apprenticeships.
Essential Qualifications
Advanced Certificate – Craft Electrical or equivalent.
At least three years relevant post-qualification experience.
Closing Date
12 Noon on Thursday, 27th October 2022

Clinical Facilitator Supervisor (Dentist)

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Based in the Faculty of Health, the Peninsula Dental School is committed to three core aims: outstanding clinical education, strong social engagement, and world class research which all feature strongly in the student learning experience. A key strength is a close relationship with NHS partners, with early clinical contact for all students. The School offer students ultramodern facilities and are committed to producing dental practitioners with clinical skills of the highest order and a strong sense of social awareness. The state-of-the-art Dental Education Facilities provide a substantial service to over 10,000 NHS patients per year. Committed to equality, diversity and inclusion across all aspects of our activities, the School is proud to hold an Athena SWAN Silver award recognising a commitment to champion and support a culture of participation and inclusivity and to communicate and raise awareness of equality, diversity and inclusion. The School is the first dental school in the UK to achieve Surgical Education Centre accreditation from the Royal College of Surgeons*. The Plymouth Institute of Health and Care Research is the core of research activity, providing a thriving community that conducts adventurous world-leading research with the explicit purpose of improving the health and care of the populations we serve. 
Working within Peninsula Dental School you will supervise undergraduate Dental and Hygiene/Therapy students. An active clinician in General Dental Practice you will be Registered with the General Dental Council as a dentist, and be in a position to be placed on an NHS performers List.  You will be involved in all aspects of Clinical Supervision and assessment in line with national and locally agreed (Peninsula Dental School) clinical Guidelines and Care pathways. 
A team player you will act as a professional and clinical role model, and have an enthusiasm for teaching. 
These positions will be based at Truro/Exeter/Derriford/Devonport Dental Education Facility. 
These are part-time, term-time positions working 7 hours per week, 40 weeks per year on a fixed-term basis for 2 years. 
Please demonstrate how you meet the essential criteria outlined in the knowledge, qualifications, training and experience elements of the job description in your supporting statement. 
For an informal discussion to find out more about the role then please contact Ewen McColl: by email at [email protected] 
This role will require an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check plus Adult and Children Barred List checks. 
Candidates will be notified if they have been shortlisted or not. 
Flexible working options including job share will be considered. 
We offer a competitive salary package and a generous pension and holiday scheme. We also offer a range of other benefits, including ongoing development opportunities.  
The Faculty of Health holds a Silver Athena Swan Award and the University holds a Bronze Athena SWAN Award which recognises commitment to advancing women’s careers in STEMM academia. 
You must currently be registered with the following registration board: General Dental Council (GDC) 
Closing date:  12 midnight, Sunday 6 November 2022 

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