Here we look at the types of roles available in medical technology research and development, career paths into this diverse and exciting field of the health and medical sector and where to find jobs. Medical technology (known as ‘MedTech’) research is vital to the development of life-saving treatments and medical…>
You may have heard the expression ‘The Great Resignation’ before. It describes a trend of people choosing to resign from their jobs as a result of the pandemic.
Looking for academic jobs in the Health and Medical sector?
Perhaps you’re a doctor, dentist or nurse and want to make the move into lecturing and research. Or maybe you’re just starting out in the Health and Medical sector and are interested in routes to academia.
There are many reasons why people might choose to work in academic art jobs. Working in the field, you could enjoy a wide range of opportunities for self-expression, learning and broadening your horizons. You could interact with people who share similar artistic interests. Having a varied and interesting job will…>
Whether you have worked in the Higher Education sector for a few years or decades, it is absolutely possible to change your career. You can take some small steps immediately to start your journey. A career change may seem like a daunting experience to you at the start.
Navigating the Challenges faced by Early Career Researchers In support of National Inclusion Week 2022, on Wednesday 28th September jobs.ac.uk and The British Academy Early Career Research Network hosted a webinar, ‘Navigating the Challenges faced by Early Career Researchers’, to highlight a variety of issues ECRs face as…>
Universities and academic institutions need web developers who can create engaging websites and maintain them. In the following article, I have highlighted some guidance on how to create a successful CV if you are applying for a web developer role within the Higher Education sector.
Have you recently stepped into a management role or have you been managing people for a few years? Many people working in Higher Education (HE) agree that keeping your team happy and motivated is challenging. In the following article, I have collected some guidance to help to keep your team…>
Many Higher Education (HE) managers face a variety of challenges such as limited careers support, job uncertainty, anxiety and working in isolation. Support for mental health awareness and wellbeing is becoming a priority within the HE sector.
An inclusive work culture is supportive, collaborative and inspiring. In an inclusive environment, people see diversity as a form of strength. They celebrate individual differences in academic, cultural and professional backgrounds and respect different ways of looking at challenges.