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Cambridge Judge Business School seeks to attract, develop and retain the most talented people from around the world to complement our diverse community of academic, professional, administrative and operational staff. We offer a challenging and rewarding work environment with a range of special benefits and discounts.

If you are looking for stimulating and collaborative 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.

Contracts Manager (part-time)

Salary In the region of £60,000 per annum (full-time equivalent)
Closing date 13 January 2017

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Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education offers a wide range of open enrolment and customised programmes. These programmes are designed for organisations, business professionals, managers, leaders, and executives from a wide variety of business sectors who strive for professional and personal growth. Programmes are developed to help executives and organisations from both the private and the public sectors achieve operational excellence and results. 

Based in Cambridge, the Contracts Manager will provide legal advice on contracts, and the terms and conditions for agreements between Executive Education and national and international clients. This is a part-time position working two days per week (16 hours).

You will be a qualified lawyer and educated to degree level with legal contract experience. Experience of initiating, negotiating and executing legal agreements in the Higher Education or related sector is highly desirable. An understanding of English legal contract requirements is a prerequisite of the role. You will have strong communication skills with demonstrable experience of interpreting and negotiating legal and contractual terms.

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Research Assistant/Associate in Cyber Terrorism Risk - fixed-term

Salary £25,298 - £38,183
Closing date 03 January 2017

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We are looking to recruit a Research Associate/Assistant based in central Cambridge to work at the Centre for Risk Studies: a multidisciplinary research centre of excellence for the study of the management of economic and societal risks. The Centre's focus is in the analysis, assessment, and mitigation of global risk for the advancement of political, business and individual decision makers.

The purpose of this role is to develop tools and capability to monitor and interpret the UK’s vulnerability to potential acts of cyber terrorism, and to develop metrics to further quantify the risk of cyber events, beyond our current industry sector and company size categorisations. The field of cyber terrorism contains many unknowns and is yet to be well established, though there is considerable interest from political and industry parties to understand the threat before it arrives. The successful candidate will be instrumental in contributing to this understanding and crucial preparation process. The successful candidate will use various modelling techniques to estimate vulnerability and impacts of cyber terrorism risks to the UK’s physical infrastructure. In addition, he/she will contribute to group discussions in the development of cyber terrorism catastrophe scenarios for one of the Centre’s major research partners. 

You should be educated to postgraduate or PhD level in a relevant specialist subject such as computer or political science, engineering, physics or applied mathematics and will have experience in developing complex models from the ground up. You should have previous research experience in either cyber vulnerability assessment or terrorism/geopolitical analysis, and a willingness to expand and advance this subject matter to analyse a new dimension of techno-political risk. You will also be familiar with risk analysis, economic impact analysis and/or catastrophe science. Strong quantitative, time management and planning skills are all essential requirements for this role. In addition you should be an enthusiastic team member who is driven and committed. 

The salary will be in the range of 25,298 - £29,301 per annum for appointment at Research Assistant level or £29,301-£38,183 per annum for Research Associate level (PhD holders). Successful candidates at Research Associate level who have not been awarded their PhD by the appointment date will be under-appointed as a Research Assistant (Grade 5) employed on a salary of £28,452 per annum. Upon award of the PhD the individual will be promoted to Research Associate (Grade 7). 

This is a fixed term appointment for two years in the first instance. 

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Research Assistant in Applied Analytics - fixed-term

Salary £25,298 - £29,301
Closing date 03 January 2017

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We are looking to recruit a Research Assistant based in Central Cambridge to work at the Centre for Risk Studies; a multidisciplinary research centre of excellence for the study of the management of economic and societal risks. The Centre's focus is in the analysis, assessment, and mitigation of global risk for the advancement of political, business and individual decision makers.

The purpose of this role is to provide support for several research projects analysing catastrophic risk from a corporate and insurance perspective. The Research Assistant will aid in data analysis including data gathering and modelling, additionally compiling data into datasets useful for decision making.

You should be educated to first degree or postgraduate level with a data science, engineering or mathematics background. Previous research experience will include data analysis, data modelling, and data visualisation. You should have a good understanding of the way the global economy is made up of the economic outputs of interconnected organisations in a variety of industry sectors, and will have the experience to demonstrate this. Strong quantitative, problem solving and Excel skills are essential. Good time management and planning skills with a commitment to delivery are a pre-requisite of this role. 

This is a fixed term appointment for two years in the first instance. 

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Digital Learning Programme Manager

Salary £34,956 - £46,924
Closing date 11 Dec 2016

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The School is increasingly using digital learning tools and techniques to deliver its world class, exciting and innovative teaching. This is an exciting new opportunity within the CJBS Digital Learning Team. The successful candidate will champion the role of effective digital pedagogy to colleagues across the School and associated departments by coordinating and facilitating the sharing of best practice and learning. The role holder will also work in partnership with key stakeholders to help design, develop and promote a range of curricula and digital learning technology solutions.

The role holder will be expected to perform some acting up duties as the role of Head of Digital Learning is currently vacant (this will include additional line management responsibilities, platform development and stakeholders engagement duties).

You will be educated to degree level and will have a relevant work experience. You will have a strong understanding and appreciation of learning theory and pedagogy within instructional design and knowledge of current and emerging issues and trends in digital learning technologies. In addition you will have evidenced experience of design at the level of programme, course and activity. You will be solution focused and a creative thinker.

Interview dates: 14 and 16 December 2016.

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Research Assistant/Associate in Energy Economics and Industrial Policy

Salary £28,452 - £38,183
Closing date 11 December 2016

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We are looking to appoint a Research Associate within the economics and policy subject group based in Central Cambridge. The Research Associate will support a new project focused on (i) energy and industrial economics, (ii) economic geography of industrial clusters, and (iii) green consumer products and supply chains. The successful candidate will be based within the Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG).

The research is being conducted as part of the EPSRC-funded project CCSInSupply, which is a joint project with Newcastle University and Imperial College London, on reducing carbon dioxide emissions from international industrial clusters, with a particular focus on UK clusters such as Tees Valley. In addition, the research associate will be expected to contribute to other aspects of EPRG’s work programme, participate in their weekly seminars, publish in their working paper series, and engage with other researchers at EPRG and the School more widely. 

A PhD in a related area such as energy economics, industrial policy, economic geography or operations management (e.g., supply chains) is essential. Strong quantitative skills, particularly in applied econometrics and demonstrated ability to design, conduct, analyse and write up survey research is essential. Additional knowledge or background in adjacent areas would be an advantage. Good writing skills and attention to detail are prerequisite for this role.

Successful candidates at Research Associate level who have not been awarded their PhD by the appointment date will be under-appointed as a Research Assistant (Grade 5) employed on a salary of £28,452 per annum. Upon award of the PhD the individual will be promoted to Research Associate (Grade 7). 

This is a fixed term appointment for two years in the first instance.

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Please contact hr@jbs.cam.ac.uk with general enquiries.