Employability and Professional Skills Adviser
Post Type: Part Time
Closing Date: 23.59 hours GMT on Wednesday 08 December 2021
We are seeking an Employability and Professional Skills Adviser to support our undergraduate and postgraduate physics students. The Adviser will provide training and advice to students seeking work placements (summer and year-long). The Adviser will liaise with employers to maintain relationships and to establish new ones. The Adviser will organise seminars, information sessions and lectures by external professionals to create a vibrant employability culture within the Department of Physics. The appointee will work closely with the Director of Employability in Physics, with Careers staff at the University of Surrey, and with colleagues within the South East Physics Network (SEPNet)
The ideal post-holder will have experience in careers advising, a knowledge of employer needs, and a track record in supporting the professional development of science students.
The University of Surrey is a global university with a world-class research profile and an enterprising spirit, located in one of the safest counties in England, within 35 minutes of London by train and minutes away from the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Recent investments have seen the opening of a world-class Sports Park and important updates to central facilities.
The University is committed to equality and diversity and we can offer access to a variety of staff development opportunities.
This is a fixed term contract for up to 18 months.
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The University of Surrey is committed to providing an inclusive environment that offers equal opportunities for all. We place great value on diversity and are seeking to increase the diversity within our community. Therefore we particularly encourage applications from under-represented groups, such as people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic groups and people with disabilities.