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Nottingham Trent University recruits smart women

Nottingham Trent University recruits smart women

NTU is a world-class employer with a global reputation for excellence in teaching, research, and academia. A place where women can thrive in their careers with opportunities to get involved in initiatives that have international reach, NTU has lots to offer. 

Core benefits 

Besides working for a University with a world-class reputation, NTU has plenty to offer to experienced hires. 

Pay: NTU undertakes regular pay benchmarking, comparing University salary levels with both the Higher Education and private sector, so you can be sure you're receiving the most competitive pay for your skills and experience. 

Holiday: NTU staff benefit from a generous holiday entitlement of between 28 - 40 days per year (depending upon grade) inclusive of University closure days.

Pension: The University offers attractive Pension Schemes to all staff via either the Local Government Pension Scheme or Teachers Pensions, to which they make a significant contribution on your behalf.

Recognition of contribution: The University values the commitment and achievement of its staff and the contribution they make towards organisational aims, and will reward you for exceptional contribution.

Recognition of continuous service: In certain circumstances, NTU will count your service at other recognised institutions, such as in HE/FE within the UK, as continuous service. This means your entitlement to enhanced benefits based on length of service will be calculated taking into account service accrued at these institutions.

Personal and professional development: NTU encourages all staff to develop their skills to get the most out of working at the University. They also support staff wishing to undertake external courses and attain professional qualifications.

Academic development: NTU is committed to developing academic practice to ensure that students are provided with quality learning experiences. We provide a range of development opportunities for those who teach and support learning.

Volunteering: The Univerity offer a range of volunteering opportunities for both individual staff and departmental teams. These opportunities can be as diverse as helping in a school breakfast club to being a trustee of a charity, and provide staff with an opportunity to develop new skills and support the local community.

Health and wellbeing: The health and wellbeing of staff is a high priority and the University offer a range of confidential services including face to face training and online advice and guidance.

Sports facilities: Gym membership is available to staff and their family members and offers activities at both the City and Clifton Campus

Flexible working: The University is committed to supporting the work/life balance of its staff and offers a range of employment practices to provide part-time and flexible working, enabling staff to combine their work responsibilities with caring responsibilities.

 

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