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Employability Managers

Student and Academic Services
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Full or part-time (see job details)
Contract status
Salary within the range: 38,183 - 40,523 a year, (reduced pro rata for part-time working)
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Role Description

This is an exciting time to be joining the University as we embark on the implementation of our new Employability Strategy, which is focused on student leadership – an innovative approach to employability within the UK. 

The newly structured Careers Education, Advice and Guidance team seeks two Employability Managers to be accountable to the Faculty Operations Manager.  The Careers, Advice and Guidance team is comprised of Careers Professionals who provide services to students centrally, and bespoke services to students in a caseload of academic departments.  The new faculty aligned roles will have strategic responsibility and an opportunity to make a significant impact on the university’s graduate outcomes.  In addition, our team works closely with staff in our nine Colleges, and with our students’ union, all of whom share our commitment to enhancing our student’s employment prospects. 

If you have the skills and passion to be part of a team transitioning through an exciting period of change, then I would strongly encourage you to apply for this challenging and rewarding opportunity. 

Starting salary: £38,183 - £40,523 a year, reduced pro rata for part-time working.  One role is full-time, working 37 hours per week and the second role is part-time, working 29.6 hours per week (80% of full-time).

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