We always welcome approaches from talented, creative individuals seeking to deploy and develop leading-edge IT skills in a challenging environment. We are especially keen to hear from anyone with experience of writing proposals and/or of managing collaborative R&I projects, particularly in the context of EC programmes.
There are currently no vacancies advertised. However, we are always keen to hear from talented individuals who think they would bring value to our organisation.
We offer opportunities to develop technical and project management skills, and to contribute to winning new projects.
We operate a flexible working policy around core hours.
Option to join the USS pension scheme with an 21.6% employer contribution.
Generous maternity, paternity, adoption and parental leave are available.
On-site childcare facilities are available.
Staff have access to private dental and healthcare insurance.
30 days holiday a year, in addition to UK public holidays and 6 University closure days.
A range of retail, leisure and service discounts are available.
Staff have access to a variety of art and culture facilities.
Employees have the opportunity for short-term travel to participate in meetings and conferences in interesting, international, locations. Applicants must able to travel within the EU at short notice.
The School of Electronics and Computer Science holds an Athena Swan Bronze Award, demonstrating our commitment to provide equal opportunities and to advancing the representation of women in STEM subjects: science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Due consideration will be given to applicants who have taken a career break.
We participate in a cycle to work scheme, and offer discounted Sport and Wellbeing membership.