Current opportunities

  • Human Rights Consortium

    Academic Support Officer

    The Human Rights Consortium (HRC) at the School of Advanced Study is now seeking a part-time Academic Support Officer to assist in the development of its programme of research promotion and facilitation within the field of human rights. This role is a part-time post (17.5 hours per week) and is on a fixed term duration of one year in the first instance.

    Opportunity type: Job
    Reference number: 00437
    Human Rights Consortium
    Closing date: 28/06/2016
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  • School of Advanced Study

    Academic Support Officer (Refugee Law Initiative)

    The Refugee Law Initiative (RLI) is seeking a proactive, engaged Academic Support Officer who can contribute to the development of the RLI's academic programme and to the smooth and effective running of its teaching programme(s). Engagement with and understanding of refugee issues are essential to undertaking this role effectively. This post is part time at 25 hours per week and is fixed term for two years in the first instance; the post may be subject to renewal after this time.

    Opportunity type: Job
    Reference number: 00436
    School of Advanced Study
    Closing date: 28/06/2016
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  • School of Advanced Study

    Research Finance Officer

    The School of Advanced Study are now seeking a Research Finance Officer to join the Research Services department. The post holder will provide pro-active and dedicated support in pre and post award financial administration to the Head of Management Information and Research Services (HoMIRS), professional staff and researchers within the School as well as the wider central university. This is a part time role at 21 hours per week (0.6FTE).

    Opportunity type: Job
    Reference number: 000454
    School of Advanced Study
    Closing date: 30/06/2016
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