Cambridge Judge Business School seeks to attract, develop and retain the most talented people. We offer a challenging and rewarding work environment in a great business school at the heart of the University of Cambridge.
When you join the School you become part of a community that is committed to advancing knowledge and leadership through people who leave a mark on the world. We strongly value and respect our people and encourage collaboration with a rich diversity of organisations and practitioners.
At the heart of the University of Cambridge
As a fully integrated department of the world-renowned University of Cambridge, you will be able to take advantage of over 70 special benefits including family-friendly, financial, personal and professional development benefits, as well as staff discounts on a wide range of services.
Make an impact
If you are looking for stimulating work and an opportunity to make an impact on business education in an intellectually inspiring environment, you should consider a career at Cambridge Judge Business School.
A committment to staff development
Cambridge Judge Business School actively encourages personal and professional development in order to help staff realise their full potential.
The University's Staff Development department offers a wide range of courses free of charge to all academic and support staff, varying from half-day sessions to multi-day programmes and residential courses.
Course themes include leadership and management development, communication and presentation, professional skills in the workplace, personal and career development.
As well as providing courses, the University offers support to staff wishing to undertake training outside of the University, such as:
- Job-related training - funding for support staff to work towards nationally recognised vocational qualifications
- CareerStart@cam - support and vocational training for employees in the early stages of their career
- The Accelerated Experience Scheme - promotes career and work flexibility by providing money to support secondments
- Researchers Development Programme - addresses the development issues for contract research staff
All members of staff are also invited to attend many of the lectures and seminars organised by the University's various departments and societies.
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