Would you like to be a lecturer in career development

My colleagues at the University of Derby are advertising for a lecturer in career development.

It’s a great place to work and you’ll be working on the new Masters as well as some other things.

Well worth a look.


Associate professor at iCeGS

At the International Centre for Guidance Studies we are recruiting a new Associate Professor.

The Associate Professor will lead the development of research and consultancy work relating to career and/or the relationship between education and work.

Applicants should have a national or international reputation in a relevant field, a strong track record of attracting funding, be able to contribute to the University REF submission and doctoral supervisions.

This is a hugely exciting new opportunity. I’d encourage people to pass it on to anyone who might be interested.

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Job vacancy: Researcher at The Careers & Enterprise Company

We are currently looking to recruit someone to work as part of a research team at The Careers & Enterprise Company building the evidence base about ‘what works’ in careers and enterprise activities and undertaking underpinning research for the activities of the Company.

We’re ideally looking for an enthusiastic, mixed methods research with a passion for the careers field.

Have a look at the job ad

Come and be a Research Assistant at iCeGS

We are currently recruiting a Research Assistant to work in the International Centre for Guidance Studies.

In the role you will get to work with other researchers in the Centre to undertake fieldwork, data analysis and writing.

For informal enquiries about the role, please contact Siobhan Neary, Deputy Head of ICeGS, Education – S.Neary@derby.ac.uk.

The deadline for applications is the 8th January.

Further details on the Research Assistant role

We are recruiting a new Senior Research Fellow – It could be you?

We are recruiting a new Senior Research Fellow at iCeGS. We are really looking for someone who has spark and enthusiasm and an interest in undertaking research and consultancy on the relationship between learning and work.

This will be one of our key posts in taking iCeGS forward for the next few years.

To find out more view the job description. I’m happy to answer any informal inquiries about this post.