Newman University Job Openings
Newman University Job Openings
Work at Newman
Founded in 1968 by the Catholic Education Service to train teachers, Newman University has diversified into other areas including both traditional single and joint honours degrees and foundation degrees. However, the founding principles of supporting students and providing opportunity to all continue to influence the work of Newman.
Newman University is a diverse and multi–cultural community. Staff and students from overseas make up the staff and student body and come from a wide variety of social, ethnic and religious backgrounds. Newman University aims to be an Equal Opportunities employer and it is our policy to recruit staff solely on merit, irrespective of ethnic origin, religious belief, sexual orientation, disability, gender or age.
If you are interested in working at Newman, find out more by following the links below:
- Current Vacancies for Leadership & Management Staff
- Current Vacancies for Academic Staff
- Current Vacancies for Admin and Support Staff
- Application Process
- Staff Benefits
- What Current Staff Say
- Summary of the Terms and Conditions of Employment
- About Newman University
- Our Patron: Blessed JH Newman
- About Birmingham
- How to Find Us
- Policies and Procedures
- Strategic Plan and Strategies
- International Applicants – Useful Information
Jobs and Work
Career Options and the Labour Market
When making decisions about your future career, it is important to know the career options available to you and the labour market you will be entering. Many students find jobs directly related to their degree subject, but many graduate vacancies do not require you to have a specific subject to apply. You can:
- Talk to one of our careers advisers
- Look at options available with your subject
- Explore the job sectors
- Search vacancies using the useful websites links and careers service vacancy database.
- Consider the labour market that you are entering and see what other graduates have done from your course by accessing the DLHE reports through the Careers Library and Resources Page
How Do I Find Work Now or When I Graduate?
If you are looking for a part time job or your first graduate position, the careers centre can help you in a number of ways:
- You can speak to a member of the careers team.
- The careers service has an online database of vacancies and opportunities are posted on the notice board in the careers hub.
- You can find a variety of vacancies by looking at the useful websites links
CVs, Applications and Interviews
The careers service offers one-to-one advice and guidance and specific workshops in order for you to self yourself successfully and secure employment.
Use our helpful resources, links and video clips on the Careers Library and Resources area
Work Placements and Voluntary Work
If you are looking for a work placement as part of your course, or a paid placement to gain experience or a voluntary position to further your prospects, you can:
- Speak to a member of the careers team about work placements and find out more about volunteering.
www.prospects.ac.uk – The UK’s official graduate careers website.
Birmingham B32 3NT
Tel: +44(0)121 476 1181
Fax: +44(0)121 476 1196