The University of Strathclyde is home to around 3,500 staff and over 20,000 students from more than 100 countries, and our alumni community carry with them our global outlook throughout their careers in business, healthcare, academia, industry, politics and the media.
We are a top 20 UK university for research intensity, and our work is international in scope and impact, whether helping UK businesses to compete internationally, or improving quality of life for communities around the world.
Our enviable connections with business, industry and the public sector enable us to work together to improve health, secure energy supplies, set new standards in manufacturing, create the technologies of tomorrow, and support society and policy.
It's an approach that led to us being named UK University of the Year 2012, Entrepreneurial University of the Year 2013, Business School of the Year 2016 and Workplace of the Year 2017 by Times Higher Education - and with multi-million pound investments underway on our campus, it's an exciting time to join our team.
We are recruiting global talent for a wide range of positions across our four faculties and we recognise and reward people for work that is bold, ambitious, people-orientated, collaborative, and innovative. As a socially progressive University, we are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion, and we offer excellent conditions and family-friendly policies.
What Benefits do you offer?
We offer a wide range of fantastic benefits to our staff members. These include a competitive salary package, generous annual leave allowance, flexible working opportunities, pension scheme, discounted membership to our sports centre and access to a nursery on site. For further information, please read our Reward and Benefits section on our webpages.
Are you a family friendly employer?
The University has a variety of policies in place, to support our working parents, and recognise the importance of work/life balance. In addition to our generous maternity and shared parental leave benefits, we have various policies such as Family-Friendly research leave for our academics and a family-friendly mentoring scheme. For further information, please read our Reward and Benefits section on our webpages.
How do I apply for a vacancy?
To apply for a vacancy in the Strathclyde Global Talent Programme, please go to our Strathclyde Global Talent Programme webpages and select the level of vacancy that you are applying for.
Our vacancies are advertised online here and applications should be made using this online system, where you can upload your CV and other supporting documents. You will also find information on the application process on our webpages and contact information if you require assistance with your application.
What Learning and Development Opportunities are available?
We understand that development and career progression is a vital component that not only leads to increased job satisfaction in our employees but that is crucial to the ongoing success of the University. We encourage development at every level, for every member of staff. Our Organisational Staff Development Unit (OSDU) offer a range of courses, seminars, workshops and lectures covering a variety of different areas such as leadership, project management, personal effectiveness and organisational skills. As well as this, we support our employees taking part in University-wide projects and activities to develop their skills and professional networks. For further information on specific learning and development for Professors / Readers and Strathclyde Chancellor's Fellows recruited under the Strathclyde Global Talent Programme, please read our Reward and Benefits section on our webpages.
How does the University of Strathclyde support equality and diversity?
We are committed to achieving and promoting equality of opportunity in our working environments, and ensuring these environments support positive relations between people, and a culture of respect. As a provider of employment and education, we value the diversity of our staff and students and are committed to encouraging everyone to realise their full potential. We currently hold a Bronze institutional Athena SWAN award which recognises our commitment to gender equality in higher education. We welcome and value the diverse workforce we create, understanding that this workforce drives the university forward and is one of the reasons for our success.
What are the University of Strathclyde Values?
The University of Strathclyde is a place of useful learning where we're recognised as being:
We endeavour to out these values into practice. To find out more about how we make our values real, please visit our Values page on our Website.
- People-oriented: committed to our staff and students, providing opportunities and investing in their development.
- Bold: confident and challenging about what we do, and supportive of appropriate and managed risk in our decision-making.
- Innovative: focused on discovering and applying knowledge with impact, and encouraging creative thinking and new ideas.
- Collaborative: working together, internally and externally, with integrity and in an open, respectful way.
- Ambitious: for our institution, staff and students as well as supporting the ambitions of our partners.