|£45,585 to £84,644 Grade 8/9
|24th November 2023
|30th January 2024
Grade 9 - £56,021 - £84,644 for appointment as an Anniversary Fellow at Associate Professor equivalent (we may make some appointments at Grade 8 - £45,585 - £61,198 for candidates who are experienced at Assistant Professor/Assistant Lecturer level and who are on a sharp upwards trajectory)
Generous start up package
Closed date: This campaign will remain open until 2025, with the deadline for the first phase of applications being 30th January 2024.
To download the full job description and details of this position and submit an electronic application online please click on the above ‘Apply’ button.
In 2025, we will celebrate 125 years of University status by Royal Charter. One of the ways we are celebrating this 125th anniversary is by significantly investing in the future by appointing 100 new Anniversary Fellows.
We are seeking research leaders, with an outstanding research track record, evidencing a developing international profile through significant original research work and a clear record of impact. In these appointments, we will provide you with the protected research time, resources, and support you need to advance your research.
Applications are welcome from candidates who are able to demonstrate high level Research in any of the following areas;
Your skills and attributes for success:
For more information about the roles available and to discuss your area of research with one of our team, please get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
To view the full job description please click here
We welcome applications from international applicants and can offer support for work visas. As we may be able to look at Global Talent Visa if these are Grade 9 roles and all of the academic/researcher requirements are met as an alternative to Skilled Worker Visa.
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