Department of Chemistry – Student Services new vacancies
The Department of Chemistry at Warwick has five exciting opportunities for ambitious administrators to join the department. These positions are part of a newly created team which supports our department’s student services.
During the next 8 years to 2028, the Department aims to have significantly increased its student numbers. As such, we need creative and dedicated individuals to join our team as we continue to grow our student support, to enable the delivery of high-quality teaching across the breadth of our programmes. We wish to continue providing an excellent student learning experience, including strong student engagement in co-curricular activities and all members of this newly created team will play a key part in our students' journey.
We are building towards our vision of continued excellence and growth and are looking for people to help us get there.
If you would like to find out more about any of the following positions, please follow the links below.
- Post 102615 Teaching and Learning Services Manager (Mat Cover)
- Post 73563 Postgraduate Programme Administrative Officer
- Post 20024 Undergraduate Programme Administrative Officer
- Post 102602 Programme Coordinator
- Post 102585 Student Engagement and Experience Coordinator (Internal only)
The Department of Chemistry at Warwick is one of the top ten Chemistry Departments in the UK’s University League Tables. We have a growing community of 550 undergraduate students, 40 postgraduate taught students, 170 PhD students, 80 postdoctoral researchers, 40 academic staff, and 40 support staff. We deliver undergraduate degree programmes in Chemistry at MChem and BSc level, and MSc programmes in several specialised areas, including research training through our Centre for Doctoral Training. We have outstanding facilities to support students at all levels. Our goal is to deliver excellent research and training in a supportive, enjoyable, and safe environment.
Both the Department of Chemistry and the University of Warwick hold Athena SWAN Silver awards, a national initiative that recognizes the advancement of gender equality, representation, progression and success for all in academia. The department is committed to supporting staff to achieve their potential. We offer a range of learning and professional development opportunities through the University’s organisational development services and respond positively to requests for flexible working.
Interviews are provisionally scheduled week commencing the 27th January 2020 or 3rd February 2020.
For informal enquiries please contact:
Lucy Johnson - firstname.lastname@example.org or on 02476 5 23678
Donna McIntyre - Donna.McIntyre@warwick.ac.uk or on 02476 5 23257