|Salary:||Grade G Salary Scale - £34,304 - £40,927|
|Placed On:||11th November 2021|
|Closes:||12th December 2021|
About us: MyWorld is a brand-new five-year programme, the flagship for the UK’s creative technology sector, and is part of a UK-wide exploration into devolved research and development funding (UKRI video). Led by the University of Bristol, with the Universities of Bath, Bath Spa and UWE Bristol, MyWorld will position the South West as an international trailblazer in screen-based media. MyWorld will forge dynamic collaborations to progress technological innovation, deliver creative excellence, establish and operate state of the art facilities, offer skills training and drive inward investment, raising the region’s profile on the global stage.
About you: You will have a track record of research into the evolving practices of non-fiction media and the delivery of high-quality research outputs. Based within UWE’s Digital Cultures Research Centre (DCRC) and working closely with industry and academic partners, you will support the development of creative content that showcases the R & D work of the MyWorld programme and highlight challenges that inform R & D priorities.
This post is based at our City Campus.
Why UWE Bristol?
We are an ambitious and values led university.
With inclusivity as a core value, UWE Bristol recognises the power of a truly diverse university community.
In addition to progressive pay rates, we offer a wide range of employee benefits including:
This is a fixed-term post for four-years, working four days per week (0.8FTE).
The University will be implementing a hybrid way of working once restrictions from Covid 19 end therefore you will be expected to work on campus for part of your working week.
We particularly encourage applications from BAME candidates.
Proud to be part of a vibrant, multicultural city that celebrates diversity, we’re always on the lookout for talented people from all backgrounds to join us.
We are unable to provide sponsorship for this role under the Home Office Skilled Worker visa route. As we are unable to sponsor anyone requiring a visa for this role candidates must therefore be able to provide their own right to work in the UK.
Should you be shortlisted you will be asked to provide your right to work documents at your interview. Please refer to the Home Office Right to Work Checklist which provides details of which documents are acceptable.
Any candidates wishing to apply who are subsequently appointed to this role without current Right to Work in the UK can be supported to obtain the Global Talent Visa (Academics and Researchers). This will involve a self-application which is a two stage process and we recommend you read the information about each stage on the following links: https://www.gov.uk/global-talent-researcher-academic.
You may also wish to explore other visa options which you are eligible for which will allow you to work in the UK.
Please note that UWE does not cover any visa or health surcharge costs.
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