There is a place where your ideas and career ambitions can be realised, in roles both expected and unexpected. It’s situated in an environment that caters for your work and social needs.
It’s globally-focused, too, so your career can take you as far as your energy, imagination and potential allow.
And, within 50 years, it’s become a UK leading higher education institution, earning the title of University of the Year 2014-2015 by The Times and Sunday Times.
There's a plethora of job roles available, ranging from academic and research posts to administrative jobs and gardeners to theatre production. We will consider applications for employment on a part-time or other flexible working basis, even where a position is advertised as full-time, unless there are operational or other objective reasons why it is not possible to do so.
As an applicant, we ask that you read our updated Privacy Notice carefully as it contains important information on how and why we collect, store, use and share your personal data, your rights in relation to your personal data and who to contact in the event that you have a query or complaint.
Social Inclusion at Warwick
Warwick is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive environment and where possible we go beyond legislation to provide a place where everyone can be themselves. We aspire to remove economic, social and cultural barriers that have prevented people from succeeding.
Warwick is a place where difference is respected and valued, we want to enable everyone in our community to feel a sense of belonging, contribute, and reach their full potential.
As an inclusive employer, we welcome and encourage applications from all communities regardless of culture, background, age, disability, sex/gender, gender identity or expression, ethnicity, religion/belief, or sexual or romantic orientation.
To find out more about our commitment to Inclusion, please take a look at our Social Inclusion Strategy.
Follow the links below for more information:
- Equality Act and protected characteristics.
- Equality, Diversity & Inclusion for New and Potential Staff
- View our FAQs on disability for candidates and employees.
View our Trans Web Portal for information on processes and Right to Work procedures.
Obtaining right to work in the UK
Click here for more information about right to work in the UK.
Latest information for EU Nationals arriving in the UK after 31 December 2020
We look forward to welcoming you
The University of Warwick is proud of our global community and our colleagues from the EU, and their families, are an important part of our campus.
UK Immigration changes following Brexit mean that after 31 December 2020, most EU nationals (except Irish nationals) not already living in the UK will need to obtain a visa in advance of arriving to be able to come to work in the UK. Find out more here.
EU nationals already in the UK by 31 December 2020 will not need a visa but should apply for settled/pre-settled status through the EU Settlement Scheme before the deadline of 30 June 2021.
These and other visa routes which also provide permission to work are part of the new UK points based immigration system from 1 January 2021. The new rules apply equally to any EU and non EU citizens who require a visa to work in the UK. The new Immigration system provides routes for skilled and and specialist work, but does not provide a route for general low-skilled work.
Contact the HR Immigration team if you have any queries by emailing HR.firstname.lastname@example.orgThe University also has a dedicated a Brexit webpage Please note this information is subject to change.
Closing date: 6 Oct 2021