Keele has ambitious plans for its future growth and development, building upon its reputation as a research-led campus University with a broad academic base. We are large enough to have high impact and profile, but small enough to sustain our commitment to community and individuals. Whilst being rooted in its locality, the University is international in outlook and character and in the reach and impact of its education and research programmes.
As we look ahead, Keele will be a university characterised by ‘aspiration and ambition’ an aspirational destination for students and staff. If you believe you have the experience and qualities to contribute to the achievement of the University’s aspirations through its next period of development and growth, then we hope you will pursue your application.
Keele Business School has been identified as a strategically important area of development within the University. During our next phase we anticipate a significant expansion of the School with growth occurring across a broad front, through the development of new courses, exploitation of opportunities for international collaborations, and a strengthening of our research portfolio and development of enterprise activities.
The School’s vision is to be recognised as a business school that transforms individual lives, enhances social bonds and contributes to the creation of sustainable value. The School is organised around three clearly defined groups, with cross-school co-ordination of research and learning and teaching activities being carried out strategically.
Our mission is to support our academic colleagues to deliver high quality learning across the breadth of the Keele curriculum.
We are looking for collaborative team-players with curious minds to work across our core functions in Learning Innovation Technology, Curriculum Design, Learning Experience Design and Academic development. You can expect to be in creative partnership with academic colleagues designing programmes and modules, playing a key role in shaping institution-wide learning innovation, supporting academic development and informing major strategic projects focused on transforming teaching, learning and assessment.
IDS brings together Library Services and IT Services. Using digital solutions to solve business wide challenges, improve processes, and create efficiencies. We develop and deliver services to enable our Education and Research, and improve the student and staff experience.
Our Innovation function is central to ensuring we design and deliver increasingly user-centred services for students and staff. From discovery and definition to development and delivery.
The Directorate is a collective of professional services offering support and advice on money, careers, global opportunities, welfare, disability and dyslexia, counselling and mental health, issues in halls of residence, faith and chaplaincy, student experience, accommodation, and discipline.
The successful candidates will join a team that will be responsible for supporting the University’s ambition to ensure students can develop the graduate attributes that they will need to succeed within the graduate labour market through experiential learning opportunities.