The University of Exeter employs a wide range of staff and skills to provide a huge variety of services.
Vacancies and how to apply
The University needs a wide range of staff providing for our academic, administrative, domestic, grounds, IT, professional, research, technical and trade needs.
There are a wide variety of posts available at the University of Exeter. Please visit our Vacancies pages for available posts.
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Apply for a position at the University of Exeter
We aim to make applying for a job at the University of Exeter as easy as possible. Vacancies are displayed on our website, placed in relevant publications and displayed on other websites such as jobs.ac.uk.
For speed and convenience, we use a web-based recruitment system. This allows us to contact you quickly by email throughout the application process. If you apply for another post with us some of the fields will be pre-populated with your information, making a repeat application quick and easy. Our research recruitment is not currently online, if you apply for this type of post there will be clear instructions on the advert stating how to apply If you have any queries you can contact us at email@example.com, quoting the position reference number.
What happens next?
Shortlisting is usually within two weeks of the post closing, we will contact you to let you know the outcome. Interviews usually take place approximately two weeks later.
Want to know more about the post?
We provide an informal contact for the post so that candidates can find out more about the post, this is usually found in the Job Description and Person Specification document. You should be aware that the University normally contacts referees for shortlisted candidates without further advice to applicants. When advising of referees, please ensure you supply an email address which enables us to contact them (if necessary) without delay.
We do recognise the time and effort it takes to apply so we will contact you to let you know the status of your application. As an employer of choice we receive a high number of applications so we are unable to offer feedback if you are not shortlisted.
Data Protection Act 1998
Information which makes up your application is being requested to enable the University of Exeter to make employment decisions and meet statutory obligations. Any information provided to the University in this context will be treated confidentially and used only by managers, members of the University, Human Resources, superannuation and payroll during the course of your employment. Note that for some academic applications it may be necessary to share your application with non panel members who have expertise in the relevant academic discipline.