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Human Resources

Human resources department provides the latest information on current jobs available within the University of Chester in Academic, Research and Support roles.

Julie’s got the ‘Human Resources’ for academic success.

A senior Human Resource professional working for the University of Chester has dedicated her academic success to her son Thomas.

This integrated approach to study certainly challenged me but I really enjoyed the journey from beginning to end.

Julie Mulliner , Assistant Director of Human Resource Management Services at the University of Chester 

Julie Mulliner, from Haslington, is thrilled to have achieved a Masters in Performance Management in Higher Education from the University after completing its Work Based and Integrative Studies (WBIS) programme.

As Assistant Director of Human Resource Management Services (HRMS), People and Organisational Development, Julie has juggled home and work life to complete her studies in 18 months.

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The 47-year-old, who loves music, cooking, dancing and playing golf, said: “I absolutely love my job and working for the University and it was through my work that I came across the work-based approach.

“I was really enthused that I could combine the work I do with enhancing my theoretical knowledge of HR within the context of Higher Education (HE) and would certainly recommend this approach.”

The WBIS programme is tailored to provide academic recognition of learning undertaken primarily in the workplace and gives credit for prior learning.

Julie, who has worked in HR for 25 years, said: “This integrated approach to study certainly challenged me but I really enjoyed the journey from beginning to end.” “My Tutors were very supportive and flexible to help me achieve the tight deadlines I set myself”

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“The one thing I would say, however, if you plan to embark on this type of approach you have to be committed and be prepared to dedicate time to your studies and with support from family and friends anything is possible!”