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.
Universities are under pressure to meet increasing student target numbers, they face global competition as well as strive to promote inclusion for employees.
It’s World Environment Day on June 5th and this year’s theme, ‘Only One Earth,’ focuses on how we can live and work more sustainably. This article focusses on how you can be more sustainable whilst working from home. Working from home – either hybrid or full time – is a…>
A lot of people limit their consideration of careers in universities in lecturing or research, but universities offer opportunities for you to pursue other career paths too.
Video Q&A with Neil Buttery, an HR Business Partner at the University of Bristol. Name, role and university My name’s Neil Buttery, I work for University of Bristol as an HR Business Partner. Please could you tell us about your role at the University? Yes, so as HR Business Partner,…>
I’m Executive Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development here at Aston University. So, what does that mean? I’m responsible for the human resources function, which looks after all aspects of people and people management here in the University.
Many of us may have reflected on how our day-to-day roles have altered since March 2020 but what of our Continuing Professional Development (CPD)? In this article, I’ll explore how professional services staff in the HE sector have adapted their CPD to changing circumstances and the challenges and opportunities that have come with new ways of working.
When it comes to mistakes, our default is to do anything to avoid the pain of addressing the failure. As a result, we often blame others, make excuses or suppress the vulnerability it has caused.