University of Brighton Jobs in East Sussex

University of Brighton Jobs in East Sussex

Title Reference Salary (from) Closing Date
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Community Health HC3131-17-137 £33,943 21/05/2017
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Public Health 0.5FTE HC3124-17-138 £33,943 21/05/2017
Senior Lecturer in Medicine and Frailty/Honorary Consultant Geriatrician 1725 £76,001 15/05/2017
Senior Lecturer in Auditing and Financial Accounting (full time) BB3053-17-119 £41,709 08/05/2017
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in English Company Law (full-time) BB3167-17-120 £33,943 07/05/2017
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Education (Early Years) EE3236-17-132 £33,943 02/05/2017
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Education (Primary Science) EE3023-17-135 £33,943 02/05/2017
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Education (Primary) – 2 posts EE3238-17-133 £33,943 02/05/2017
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) EE3048-17-134 £33,943 02/05/2017
Research Fellow in Innovation and Entrepreneurship – Internal only BB4034-17-140 £33,943 01/05/2017
Lecturer in Psychology (Forensic) HA3142-17-112 £33,943 30/04/2017
Lecturer in Psychology – 2 posts HA3144-17-113 £33,943 30/04/2017
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Child Field Nursing 0.6FTE HC3079-16-363-R £33,574 30/04/2017
Unit Administrator 1895 £17,898 26/05/2017
Development/Formulation Chemist (KTP Associate) EG4033-17-143 £26,000 16/05/2017
Digital Innovation Strategy Lead (KTP Associate) EG4032-17-126 £28,000 14/05/2017
Programme/Administrative Assistant – Internal Only EE5011-17-149 £21,843 10/05/2017
Prosector in Anatomy BSMS1659 £28,452 10/05/2017
School and College Outreach Officer AS5049-17-148 £29,301 10/05/2017
Senior Records Officer – Internal Only EE5039-17-151 £25,298 10/05/2017
Associate Pro Vice Chancellor Research & Enterprise – Internal only VC5019-17-144 08/05/2017
Director of People RB-DOP 05/05/2017
Senior Resource Assistant IS5175-17-124 £21,843 02/05/2017
Service Desk Coordinator – Internal Only IS5347-17-125 £21,843 02/05/2017
Enterprise Partnership Manager (Local Growth) EG5145-17-100 £41,709 30/04/2017


Guidance for applicants

Thank you for your interest in working for the University of Brighton.

These guidance notes have been developed to help you create a good application, as well as to provide practical information about completing the online application form itself.

So please do take time to read them through before completing your application.

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Search for the latest jobs in the job vacancies section.

Our current vacancies are grouped together under the headings Academic, Administrative/Technical, or Other. You can click each group to browse jobs. To search by keyword use the ‘Find jobs’ tool on the right side of the screen, where you will also find a link to our advanced job search.

Once you have found a vacancy you are interested in, click the title and download the job description and person specification.

Application process

To apply for a position with us, click the ‘Apply online’ button to start your application. You’ll be asked to register and set up an account or log into the account you’ve already created. Be sure to provide an email address you use regularly, because that’s how we’ll keep in touch with you about your application.

The university expects all applicants to apply online where possible. However, if you do not have access to the internet, please see below for how to request an alternative.

The online application process helps to ensure that all applicants provide information in the same format, enabling the selection panel to easily and consistently compare the applications that they receive.

You should note that you can only apply for one job at a time. You will need to complete and submit any partially completed application before starting an application for another role.

Online application

The following advice may help you complete your application successfully:

  • Ensure you read the relevant job description and person specification before completing your application online.
  • Have your own information to hand (e.g. employment history, qualifications and dates). This also applies to internal candidates.
  • For academic roles, a CV and other additional documents may be submitted; we do not accept CVs for professional support roles unless specified in the advert.
  • Applicants are shortlisted on the extent to which they meet the selection criteria on the job description and person specification. Therefore, do note that the most important section of your application is the section entitled ‘Supporting Statements’ where you need to demonstrate how your qualifications, experience and training meet the criteria of the post for which you are applying. Remember to include evidence and examples and you may also include voluntary work, if applicable.
  • Do note that the system makes your application anonymous so that the panel members cannot see any of your personal details such as your name or address, and any equalities data such as your gender. This is to ensure that shortlisting is as fair as possible. However if you upload a CV or publications list which includes any of these details then they will be visible to the panel. If you wish your application to be fully anonymous then please remove details such as your title, name and address from your uploaded documents.
  • The application process can be completed in stages and you can login/logout at any time. The screens automatically save as you enter your information and it is simple to move backwards and forwards within the online process at any time prior to submission. Help is available at each stage to guide you through the process.
  • Before final submission, you can preview your application and can choose to refine or submit the final application. Once submitted you will not be able to amend your application so please ensure you have checked it carefully before you submit it.