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Software Engineer

Software Engineer

£32,004 - £38,183 per annum

Established in 1875, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) has long held an important presence in the educational and cultural landscape of one of the most famous and liveliest cities in the world. With its position within the top 40 largest universities in the country, LJMU is also one of the biggest employers in Merseyside.

LJMU is an ambitious and forward-thinking institution that challenges convention and believes passionately in the concept of ‘One University’ – a community working together to achieve common student-centred objectives within a clear strategy. Our vision is to be recognised as a modern civic university delivering solutions to the challenges of the 21st century, and to deliver our mission of creating and sustaining a vibrant community for learning and knowledge where staff and students work together in an active and supportive partnership. We provide opportunities to enrich our students, partners and the wider society through education, training, research, scholarship and knowledge transfer.

A robust and modern IT infrastructure is critical to the success of the University. The IT Services department supports a range of mission-critical services and systems and state of the art technical infrastructure that facilitates all aspects of teaching, learning, research and the day-to-day running of a large organisation.

Thanks to an ambitious growth plan, focused on providing an exceptional student experience by providing high quality teaching supported by ground-breaking research, LJMU is an exciting and challenging place to build a career. The University embraces technology to the positive advantage of staff, students and partners, and its IT function is looking to expand with the recruitment of a Software Engineer

The systems landscape within the university is ever changing with both on premise and SaaS based systems being implemented as part of the university’s Project Portfolio. These systems support both academic and business functions of the university. Integration of systems is key to their successful implementation.

This is a diverse role within a key software development team, which offers the opportunity to develop skills and expertise across a wide range of technologies in a very challenging, dynamic and fast-moving environment. You will join a small team whose primary role is to support the integration of software solutions on both existing production systems and new implementations. There will also be opportunities to design and develop new applications.

You will come from a software engineering background and have strong development experience in object orientated programming, particularly C#; web technologies, particularly ASP.Net; and have a good grasp of technologies and approaches relevant to integration, such as library based APIs, web services (REST/SOAP), message queuing and SQL.

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Technical Vacancy Type: Other Vacancies
Closing Date:18/06/2017
Ref No:1919

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Post- Doctoral Research Assistant (12 months fixed term in the first instance)

Post-Doctoral Research Assistant – 12 months fixed term

(Development of Computational Approaches for Predicting Toxicity)

 £26,052- £31,076 per annum

A twelve month fixed term post-doctoral assistant position (with possibility of extension to 31 October 2018) is available in the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences. The position will involve the development and assessment of computer-based models to predict toxicity. The models may be used to aid overall risk assessment of these compounds and will include the use of chemical grouping and read-across approaches, (Quantitative) Structure-Activity Relationships (Q)SARs, as well as general modelling of chemistry and toxicology.

You should have, or be expecting soon to obtain, a Ph.D. with a strong background in any chemoinformatic, chemical, biochemical, toxicological or computational science, or a related field.

Liverpool John Moores University is internationally recognised for its work in in silico toxicology. The successful applicant will be expected to integrate with other research being undertaken in this and related areas.

Informal enquiries may be made to Mark Cronin m.t.cronin@ljmu.ac.uk, School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool, L3 3AF, England. Tel. 0151 231 2402.

 

 

Contract Type: Fixed Term Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Research Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:16/06/2017
Ref No:1917

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Research and European Support Officer (0.8fte)

Research & European Support Officer (0.8fte)

£26,052 - £31,076 pro rata per annum

Providing support to academic staff and other members of Research & Innovation Services in order to secure external grant funding and raise the external profile of the University’s research and knowledge exchange activities. This will include working closely with Research and European Funding Officers and project managers to support the delivery of new research and EU projects through project monitoring, report writing and training activities.

Publicising funding calls and events through social media and other on-line systems (e.g. LJMU intranet) and arranging funding workshops and seminars; as well as liaising with external stakeholders (e.g. UKRO; Research Professional, Liverpool City Region Brussels Office and associated Working Groups) is another key aspect of the post. You will also be responsible for co-ordinating LJMU’s annual research outcomes submission to Researchfish.   

 

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Part Time
Job Type: Admin Vacancy Type: Other Vacancies
Closing Date:22/06/2017
Ref No:1918

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Public Health Research Assistant (12 months in the first instance)

Public Health Research Assistant ( 12 months in the first instance)

£21,220 - £25,298 per annum

 

Population health and wellbeing are central themes in the ongoing drive to reduce social inequality in North West England. Programmes addressing consumption of alcohol, food and tobacco, and promoting physical activity, mental health, sexual health, sustainability and employment remain key priorities in the current public health landscape.  The generation and application of evidence within this context is a vital part of effective commissioning and efficient service delivery.

A post is being established within the Public Health Institute (PHI) at Liverpool John Moores University. You will work closely within the research engagement and impact agenda at PHI, where community engagement, participatory research and social value feature as key elements.

You will be required to work across a range of organisations and with community groups. You will also be responsible for supporting a variety of public health research, assisting with research and evaluation, with a focus on collecting, analysing and reporting quantitative and qualitative data.

You will have a HNC/HND in a health related, social science or other appropriate field together with knowledge of and interest in public health issues.  A good understanding of research methods and experience of organising and undertaking data collection is required.  The post will involve some travel to project areas, therefore the ability and willingness to travel is essential.

Contract Type: Fixed Term Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Research Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:14/06/2017
Ref No:1914

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Research Assistant (0.5fte) 2 posts - 4 months fixed term

Research Assistants (0.5fte) 2 posts - 4 months fixed term

£26,052 - £31,076 pro rata per annum

We are seeking to appoint two highly motivated individuals to assist in the evaluation of an Integrated Domestic Abuse Team in Cheshire. You will work within the School of Humanities and Social Science, under the supervision of Dr Janet Jamieson, and contribute to undertaking research and producing reports for the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office in Cheshire. 

You should have a good first degree, previous experience of quantitative and quantitative research methods and an ability to work individually and as a member of a team.

Informal enquires may be made to Dr Janet Jamieson, email j.jamieson@ljmu.ac.uk

or Telephone: 0151 231 5089

 

Contract Type: Fixed Term Hours: Part Time
Job Type: Research Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:30/05/2017
Ref No:1916

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Research Funding Co-ordinator

Research Funding Coordinator

£32,004 - £38,183 per annum

Based in the Faculty of Arts Professional and Social Studies, You will play a significant role in developing and implementing of systems and support that increase the financial support received from external funding bodies for researchers in the Faculty.

You will be the primary advisor to researchers in the Faculty making applications for external funding and will be expected to identify relevant external funding streams and to support Faculty members in the development and submission of external funding applications. You will also oversee the internal peer review process in accordance with LJMU guidelines.

You will work with the University’s Research and Innovation Services to assist with aspects of external grant administration, and will facilitate the smooth administration of all matters pertaining to research opportunities, applications and post award reporting.

 

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Research Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:14/06/2017
Ref No:1915

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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design and Illustration

 

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design and Illustration

£39,324 - £48,327 per annum

Liverpool School of Art and Design is seeking to appoint a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer to play a significant role in the delivery and development of teaching and research within the Graphic Design and Illustration undergraduate and PGT programmes.

Graphic Design and Illustration at Liverpool School of Art and Design is a well-established and diverse graphic arts and visual communication programme. It has a tradition of delivering an interdisciplinary yet specialist curriculum and a strong reputation for producing independent and creative graduates who go on to make significant impact within the creative industries at a local, national and international level. An MA Graphic Design and Illustration has recently been established to build upon the success of the undergraduate programme.

Teaching across the programme, you must have extensive experience of developing, planning and coordinating graphic design or illustration curriculum at university level. You would be expected to lead and coordinate a year group, and bring teaching excellence and professional expertise to a range of modules.

It is essential that you are able to evidence your scholarship with research outputs that will contribute to the intellectual life of the school and the work of its ART Labs research centre.

Informal enquiries may be made to the Programme Leader of Graphic Design and Illustration, Ian Mitchell email: I.Mitchell@ljmu.ac.uk or telephone 0151 904 1172

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:19/06/2017
Ref No:1911


Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in HRM (Business Management Programme)

 

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management (Business Management Programme)

£39,327 - £48,327 per annum

The Liverpool Business School seeks to appoint a suitable individual for the post of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management, teaching a range of undergraduate business management modules as well as on postgraduate programmes. You would be expected to work within the business management team and be able to engage well with students on the programme.

Investing in its future success Liverpool Business School is keen to enhance its research and scholarship, alongside its student-centred focus towards teaching and learning. Furthermore, the Business School works closely in partnership with businesses to drive professionalism within a modern civic university that is also based in an exciting and creative world city.

You must have extensive teaching experience and working in Higher Education. Applicants for the post must have a PhD and evidence suitable research profile for REF 2020.

Informal enquiries may be made to, Dr Seamus O‘Brien, Programme Leader on 0151 2313831, S.O’Brien1@ljmu.ac.uk

 

 

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:19/06/2017
Ref No:1912

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Regional Manager - Americas

Regional Manager – Americas

£39,324 - £48,327

Taking the lead in the Americas Region, you will be responsible for delivering international recruitment objectives against a portfolio of countries in the region, in line with the University’s wider internationalisation strategy.

You will be educated at a minimum to degree level, with a professional qualification in, or a proven track record of extensive experience of marketing and demonstrable expertise and knowledge of markets within the Americas.  You will be highly organised and motivated to work with minimal supervision to formulate and implement international student recruitment plans (both strategic and operational).

With substantial experience of working effectively within international student recruitment, and significant understanding of overseas education systems and qualifications, the ideal candidate will demonstrate evidence of building effective working relationships at all levels across a wide range of internal and external audiences.

A great communicator with excellent cross cultural communication and interpersonal skills, you will also have the proven planning and project management abilities to effectively deliver the strategy, and the required analytical skills and confidence handling data to analyse market activity and report on return on investment. 

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Admin Vacancy Type: Other Vacancies
Closing Date:25/06/2017
Ref No:1910

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Residential Assistants - ringfenced to current LJMU students

Could you be a Residential Assistant

Residential Assistants are employed to assist with new LJMU students living in accommodation. They are first point of contact for new students who have concerns about their accommodation or any other aspects of their lives.

Residential Assistants help students settle in to their new home, feel comfortable in Liverpool and at LJMU and assist with any problems students might experience whilst in their accommodation.

Residential Assistants offer peer support and referral to various University Services, Student Union and external services that are available to help students address the difficulties they may face.

You should have experience of living in student halls accommodation.

Residential Assistant Positions will be available at the following locations in 2017/2018 including: 

VITA Student                         

Liberty Prospect Point           

Liberty Atlantic Point                          

Cambridge Court                               

Grand Central                                    

St Lukes View                        

Grenville St                            

North Western Halls

Europa

Marybone 1,2 &3

Agnes Jones House

Byrom Point

Albert Court

The Arch

To apply to be a Residential Assistant you must fulfil the following criteria:

  • Be a current LJMU student, who will also be a student in 2017/2018
  • Have experience of and be living in one of the listed sites or Liverpool City Centre
  • Be available for compulsorytraining in Liverpool in early September 2017
  • Be available to work on a full-time basis from the start of Semester 1 (in line with your timetable). Hours will decrease after the initial two weeks.

Applications are via the LJMU Vacancies page and you will need to log in to access the job description and on-line application.  

If you wish to discuss this role before applying or if you have any further queries, please contact Paula Fallon at LJMU in the first instance by Email to p.fallon@ljmu.ac.uk

 

Contract Type: Fixed Term Hours: Annualised Hours
Job Type: Admin Vacancy Type: Other Vacancies
Closing Date:02/06/2017
Ref No:1908

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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management

£39,324 - £48,327

The Human Resource Management programmes within Liverpool Business School have enjoyed consistent growth and with increasing programme diversity, we now seek to appoint an engaging individual for the post of Lecturer or Senior Lecturer. Research and teaching experience would focus on one of the following areas: Employment Relations, Resourcing and Talent Management, HR Data Analytics. In addition to a supportive research culture, mentoring and coaching is offered to support teaching across a range of undergraduate, postgraduate taught and professional programmes. We have an award winning teaching team and student satisfaction and personal progression informs the work on all programmes. All our programmes are CIPD approved and we work closely with CIPD locally and regionally.

Investing in its future success Liverpool Business School is keen to enhance its research and scholarship, alongside its student-centered approach to teaching and learning. Furthermore, the Business School works closely in partnership with businesses to drive professionalism within a modern civic university based in an exciting and creative world city. The HR Programme team are looking to extend their current expertise due to growth and success of programmes and would be looking for individuals who will be enthusiastic about developing our students to compete effectively in a rapidly changing environment.

You must have relevant teaching experience and practitioner experience or involvement would be welcomed. Applicants for the post must have or be close to completing a PhD.

Informal enquiries may be made to, Maureen Royce, Associate Dean – Education, HR Programmes Leader on email: m.a.royce@ljmu.ac.uk 

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:04/06/2017
Ref No:1906

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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Applied Sport Science

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Applied Sport Science

£39,324 - £48,327

The School of Sport and Exercise Sciences seeks to strategically develop its world-leading profile of teaching and research excellence by the appointment of leading academics across the core disciplines of Sport and Exercise Sciences.

You will be expected to develop and deliver research informed/led applied sport science content across relevant undergraduate and postgraduate curricula. The emphasis of the post is to enhance our applied sport science provision and will include a requirement to develop student competency within strength and conditioning training.  You must be able to demonstrate an ability to support other applied sport and exercise disciplines (inc. physiology, biomechanics, and nutrition).  You will also contribute to the delivery of research methods and the supervision/tutorial support of students in the School (i.e., including pastoral, academic and applied placements).

You should possess relevant teaching qualifications and experience, nationally recognised strength and conditioning qualifications and relevant experience of applied sport science coaching / delivery in high performance sport.  You should also possess a profile of scholarly activity in high quality peer review journals primarily within applied sport science.

Informal enquiries may be made to the Director of School, Professor Dave Richardson, tel:  0151 904 6283, email:  d.j.richardson@ljmu.ac.uk

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:11/06/2017
Ref No:1904


Media and Public Affairs Officer - Part time - 0.8fte

Media and Public Affairs Officer – Part-time - 0.8 fte

Fixed term maternity cover to approximately July 2018

£32,004 - £38,183 pro rata per annum

A vacancy has arisen in the Liverpool John Moores University’s (LJMU) Corporate Communications and Stakeholder Relations team for a Media and Public Affairs Officer, providing maternity cover until approximately July 2018.

The Press Office is a friendly and exciting place to work and you’ll have the opportunity to tell the LJMU story on a diverse range of issues from our world-leading research to our Roscoe lectures. Recently awarded University of the Year 2017, you will help positively promote and position LJMU in media, and raise the University’s profile in the local and national stakeholder and policy landscape.

Working in an agile and flexible environment, you will be responsible for the front-line delivery of the University’s external communications activity to support the institution’s wider strategy and its positioning as a pioneering modern civic university.

Educated to degree level with a higher degree or professional level qualification, with excellent writing and editorial skills including proof reading, you must be able to demonstrate substantial previous experience as a high level key contact press officer.  You will have knowledge and understanding of press and media relations at local, national and international level and of the HE sector and related government policy.

 

Contract Type: Fixed Term Hours: Part Time
Job Type: Admin Vacancy Type: Other Vacancies
Closing Date:29/05/2017
Ref No:1905

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Postdoctoral Research Assistant - School Sport and Exercise Sciences

Postdoctoral Research Assistant - Sport and Exercise Sciences - Fixed term until 31 May 2020

£32,004 – £38,183 per annum

The School of Sport and Exercise Sciences seeks to appoint a post-doctoral research assistant to work on a project funded by Dunhill Medical Trust investigating the mechanisms underlying stair falls in older adults.

You will have a PhD and a strong published record of accomplishment in studies of human movement (e.g. biomechanics, psychology, neuroscience). You will join a world-leading research group with an internationally recognised research agenda around the broad area of brain and behaviour and its impact on ageing across the lifespan. The ideal candidate will be expected to publish high quality research outputs that will create a platform for the capture of external research funding.

Informal enquires can be made to Dr Mark Hollands, tel: 0151 904 6254, email: M.A.Hollands@ljmu.ac.uk

 

Contract Type: Fixed Term Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Research Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:11/06/2017
Ref No:1902

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Research Associate in Operations Research - fixed term

Research Associate in Operations Research/Optimisation/Computational Intelligence for Transport/Logistics

7.5 months fixed term (with a possibility of further extensions)

£26,052 - £31,076 per annum

Applications are invited for a Research Associate position. The initial contract is for 7.5 months but there is a possibility of further extensions. The project aims at using combinatorial optimisation and computational intelligence techniques to analyse multimodal transport in maritime logistics, with a special focus on the environment of an ASEAN country, to improve performance and access.  You will join the Liverpool LOgistics, Offshore and Marine (LOOM) Research Institute. The work is interdisciplinary and ideally requires a blend of skills across computing science, operational research, and computational intelligence.

The required qualification and experience is a degree with good grades in operational research or optimisation/simulation or computational intelligence, and with publications in reputable journals or conference proceedings. You should have strong programming skills and experience in working with combinatorial problems and/or discrete-event or multi-agent simulation.

The research associate should show strong motivation for independent research, the ability to communicate with other team members, and the ability to assist with preparing future grant proposals and administrative work.

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr. Trung Thanh Nguyen, LOOM research institute, Liverpool John Moores University. Email: t.t.nguyen@ljmu.ac.uk

Contract Type: Fixed Term Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Research Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:11/06/2017
Ref No:1901

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Research Fellow in Operations Research - fixed term

Research Fellow in Operations Research/Optimisation/Computational Intelligence for Transport/Logistics

7.5 months fixed term (with a possibility of further extensions)

£32,004 - £38,183 per annum

Applications are invited for a Research Fellow position. The initial contract is for 7.5 months but there is a possibility of further extensions. The project aims at using combinatorial optimisation and computational intelligence techniques to analyse multimodal transport in maritime logistics, with a special focus on the environment of an ASEAN country, to improve performance and access.  You will join the Liverpool LOgistics, Offshore and Marine (LOOM) Research Institute. The work is interdisciplinary and ideally requires a blend of skills across computing science, operational research, and computational intelligence.

The required qualification and experience is a PhD degree in Computing, Engineering or Mathematics or other relevant areas with a focus on operational research or computational intelligence, and a proportionate publication record. You should have strong programming skills and experience in working with combinatorial problems and/or discrete-event or multi-agent simulation.

The research fellow should show strong motivation for independent research, the ability to communicate with other team members, and the ability to assist with preparing future grant proposals and administrative work.

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr. Trung Thanh Nguyen, LOOM research institute, Liverpool John Moores University. Email: t.t.nguyen@ljmu.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

 

Contract Type: Fixed Term Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Research Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:11/06/2017
Ref No:1903


Lecturer or Senior Lecturer / Reader in Policing Studies

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer / Reader in Policing Studies

£39,324 to £48,327 or £49,772 to £55,998

Working in the Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies you will play a key role in developing the research and continuing professional development profile of Policing Studies at LJMU. This is an exciting opportunity for dynamic individuals to play a key role in the development of research and teaching which cuts across a range of disciplines.

You will work across the University with senior staff, from a range of disciplinary backgrounds, to enhance applied research activities in the area of policing. We are seeking to appoint individuals with a PhD or working towards completion. Applicants with significant relevant professional experience will also be considered.  A proven track record in producing high quality research in Police Studies is essential. We are particularly interested in candidates with a specialism in the policing of organised crime, cyber crime or the policing of vulnerable communities. You will also contribute to the development and positioning of our growing portfolio of police studies programmes.

A Readership will be considered for candidates with a strong national research profile, a strong publication record and track record of securing external research funding in the area of Police Studies.

As well as further developing your own research portfolio, you will be expected to make a significant contribution to the development of The Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies.

Applicants should be able to evidence an appropriate level of experience and a commitment to excellence in research and teaching.

Informal enquires may be made to the Director of Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies, Dr Daniel Silverstone, email:  d.m.silverstone@ljmu.ac.uk  or Telephone: 0151 231 3078.

 

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:11/06/2017
Ref No:1900

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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Maritime Transport and Logistics Management

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Maritime Transport and Logistics Management   

£39,324 - £48,327 per annum

The Department of Maritime and Mechanical Engineering is seeking to appoint a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in the area of maritime transport and logistics management.  

You should be able to demonstrate commitment to both teaching and research in the general area of maritime and logistics management and should be able to contribute to the work of the Logistics, Offshore and Marine Research Institute.

You will have a PhD relevant to the management of maritime transport, ports or logistics and an appropriate record of teaching, research, and/or professional achievement in the maritime and logistics sector. Duties will include developing and maintaining an active and internationally recognised research program, teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and advising graduate and undergraduate students.

Informal enquiries may be made to Head of Department Professor Ian Jenkinson, email: i.d.jenkinson@ljmu.ac.uk

 

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:11/06/2017
Ref No:1899


Graphic Designer

Graphic Designer

£26,052 - £31,076

Liverpool John Moores University is seeking an experienced Graphic Designer to join its in-house design studio. You will be a design specialist with expertise creating engaging design for multiple target audience groups. You will be creative and innovative with the ability to bring communications to life.

Passionate about the role of creative design in engaging audiences, you will be highly organised and an outstanding designer, able to deal with multiple projects. You will have extensive experience of working in a professional graphic design role.

You will be responsible for managing the design of the University’s marketing material, including recruitment material, corporate publications and digital media ensuring that the design is engaging, on brand and relevant to target audience.

You will be proficient in InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop.

As part of your application you will be required to provide a brief portfolio of some of your previous design work.

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Admin Vacancy Type: Other Vacancies
Closing Date:31/05/2017
Ref No:1897

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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in International Relations and History

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in International Relations and History

£39,324 - £48, 327

The School of Humanities and Social Science is seeking to appoint a dynamic academic with a proven track record in teaching and research to contribute to our expanding group of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in History at LJMU.

History at LJMU is a well-established subject with a strong research profile and a score of 97% overall satisfaction in the 2016 National Student Survey. It currently comprises fourteen members of staff teaching a broad range of innovative modules from the eighteenth century onwards and covering Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Africa, the USA, Latin America and Asia. Details of the current research interests in History at LJMU can be found at History Research Group

We are seeking to appoint a lecturer with a particular focus on delivering our new MA in International Relations, as well as making a significant contribution to our undergraduate history programme. We are especially interested in candidates who have expertise in International Relations theories. You should have completed a PhD in the field of history or politics and international relations, and have teaching experience at undergraduate level.

Informal enquires may be made to the Acting Head of History Dr David Clampin, email D.J.Clampin@ljmu.ac.uk  or telephone 0151 231 5939.

 

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:12/06/2017
Ref No:1896


Faculty Research and Enterprise Administrator

Faculty Research and Enterprise Administrator         

£21,220 - £25,298

Working in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, you will provide local administrative support to research activities including: organisation of conferences, seminars and workshops, providing administrative/secretarial support for Senior Research staff and liaison with various internal and external contacts.

Excellent interpersonal skills are required together with the ability to work flexibly and independently.  You will have excellent IT and communication skills, hold a HNC/HND (or equivalent qualification) and have relevant administrative experience.

Informal Enquiries may be made to Elizabeth Hoare, email: E.Hoare@ljmu.ac.uk

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Admin Vacancy Type: Other Vacancies
Closing Date:29/05/2017
Ref No:1892


Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering - maternity cover

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering – approx 1 year fixed term Maternity cover

£39,324 - £48,327 per annum

We are looking for a Civil Engineer who is either a member or is in the process of applying to the Institution of Civil Engineers or any other Professional institution. A PhD in a Civil Engineering or a related discipline within Civil Engineering is essential.

You should be able to teach within your specialisation and any other Civil Engineering discipline, conduct research to a high level in these topics and publish in reputable journals the results from such research. You should also be able to supervise students both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and be prepared to help other staff with any duties as specified by the Head of Department and/or the Programme Leader.

Contract Type: Fixed Term Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:04/06/2017
Ref No:1895

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History - Subject Leader

History - Subject Leader

£57,675 - £63,008

The School of Humanities and Social Science - which consists of six discipline areas, employing over 80 academic staff and delivering an excellent student experience to more than 1800 students - seeks to appoint a Subject Leader in History. The search is open to outstanding scholars of any field of History from 1800 onwards who are in an existing leadership role or seeking to move into the management of a vibrant subject area. You should be able to articulate clear strategies around the current HE environment and the teaching and research challenges faced. You will sit within the senior management structure of the school and be able to think and act strategically to deliver on the University’s vision.

The History subject area in HSS has a proven-track record of research excellence and delivering an exceptional student experience (the most recent NSS satisfaction score was 97%). With a large UG portfolio and growing PG programme, the subject area is committed to research-led teaching and offering students the ability to develop a wide-range of transferable skills and the opportunity to engage with local, national and international cultural and heritage experiences. We seek a dynamic, inspirational individual with a proven academic and leadership track-record who can articulate a clear strategy for strengthening further the research, teaching and civic engagement of the subject area in the local, national and international arena.

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Alex Miles, Director of the School of Humanities and Social Science, email:  a.miles@ljmu.ac.uk

 

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:31/05/2017
Ref No:1890

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Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Sociology

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Sociology

£39,324 - £48,327  

The School of Humanities and Social Science seeks to appoint a dynamic, creative and experienced individual to this Lecturer or Senior Lecturer post.  

You should have a good first degree and a PhD in a relevant area, coupled with teaching experience at HE level.   You will have relevant research experience and publications and will be able to make a valuable contribution to the research culture of the subject area.  

You will contribute to a group of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Sociology.  An ability to teach on a contemporary, critical sociology programme is essential.  We require expertise to be able to teach in all of the following areas: Sociological Theory, The Sociology of the Life Course and Research Methods (Quantitative). 

It is anticipated that the successful candidate will take up the post in September 2017,

 

Contract Type: Permanent Hours: Full Time
Job Type: Academic Vacancy Type: Academic / Research Vacancies
Closing Date:31/05/2017
Ref No:1891

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