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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.

Subject Group Administrator

Salary £21,843- £25,298
Closing date 16 July 2017

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This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, enthusiastic and team-orientated professional to join the research team, providing administrative support to members of the Finance & Accounting, Operations and Technology Management and Economics & Policy subject groups. The role holder will co-ordinate research seminars and workshops, arrange conference and fieldwork travel, monitor and approve research expenditure, process expense claims, make arrangements for academic visitors, and provide editorial support to prepare articles for journal submission. 

A team player with previous experience in an administrative role, you will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills at all levels. You will have the ability to prioritise your own workload, use your initiative to problem solve under pressure, and multi task to meet deadlines set by multiple members of the group. 

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External Engagement Administrator (fixed term)

Salary £25,298 - £29,301
Closing date 16 July 2017

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The External Engagement Team is the primary external-facing department within the School. The role will provide administrative support to the Director of External Engagement and the Alumni Relations Team. This crucial role will help to coordinate, organise and deliver regular activities taking place within the School. The role holder will also work closely with the other administrators across the School along with other key individuals in the External Engagement Team.

You will be educated to degree standard and have significant PA and administration experience, preferably within a University setting. You will have experience showing the capacity to take independent action, preferably gained in an academic or business environment. You will be highly literate and have excellent attention to detail. Good time management and ability to prioritise a diverse and changing workload is a prerequisite for this role. 

The funds for this post are available for three years in the first instance.

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Senior MBA Programme Coordinator (fixed-term)

Salary £27,629 - £32,958
Closing date 11 July 2017

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An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a dynamic team ensuring the efficient operational delivery of the MBA programme, which is our flagship programme attracting the highest number of students on any Masters level course within the University. You will ensure the effective and efficient operational delivery of the MBA programme, including associated events and off-site activities. In addition you will support students, visitors, teaching faculty and the wider School. You will be jointly responsible for the smooth, professional and timely delivery of almost all aspects of the student learning experience during their time on the MBA programme, with particular emphasis on event planning and course management.

Educated to degree level or equivalent, you will have relevant previous experience ideally in the Higher Education sector, have an understanding of the University’s policies and procedures and experience of working with mature, professional students. Organisational skills and strong customer service and budget management experience are a pre-requisite of this role. The ability to prioritise work to meet deadlines and work with an internationally diverse group of students, faculty and staff are essential for this role. 

The funds for this post are available for two years in the first instance. Applicants from the University of Cambridge wishing to undertake a secondment are welcome to apply.

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Research Associate in Behavioural Science of Catastrophe Risk (fixed term)

Salary £30,175 - £38,183
Closing date 9 July 2017

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We are looking to recruit a Research Associate 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 support and maintain the Centre’s national and international reputation for excellence in research. The Research Associate will be a member of the research team carrying out research under the direction of a principal investigator to include data collection, analysis and some interpretation.

You should be educated to postgraduate level in experimental psychology or related behavioural science discipline. Previous research experience will include research methods and techniques, including the creation of large detailed datasets from publicly sourced data, statistical analysis, and visual data modelling. You should have a good understanding of catastrophe risk from corporate and behavioural viewpoints. 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 one year in the first instance. 

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MFin Careers Lead (fixed term)

Salary £29,301 - £38,183
Closing date 2 July 2017

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The Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) is one of the premium fee degree programmes currently taught at the School. This is an exciting new opportunity within the programme team. The role holder will guide the growing cohort of post experience MFin students who largely undertake the programme for career impact purposes in achieving their career goals by ensuring that they develop their employability skills, and by connecting them with a large number of suitable employers. The role will focus on establishing, growing, and maintaining relationships between the School’s MFin programme and external companies who are or might be recruiters of MFin talent. The role will also include leading projects and events related to MFin recruitment as well as treks and other careers focused activities involving industry outreach and engagement. The role holder will work closely with the MFin Executive Director whose overall responsibility is to guide the business development direction for the programme.

You will have a career development and/or career coaching qualification, knowledge of the finance labour market, the ability to design and facilitate career events, and strong programme management and communication skills. You will have experience in career mentoring, development, coaching or training. In addition, you will have experience in or knowledge of MFin/experience hire employment markets, hiring practices, job opportunities and career paths. You will have intellectual and personal self-confidence to deal with the wide range of talented students and customer service orientation, and commitment to continual process improvement.

The funds for this post are available for six months in the first instance.

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MFin Programme and Careers Support Co-ordinator

Salary £25,298 - £29,301
Closing date 2 July 2017

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This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic team ensuring the effective delivery of one of the main degree programmes currently taught at Cambridge Judge Business School.

Working with the Executive Director of the School's Master of Finance Programme, the role holder will be responsible for the operational running of the teaching programme and careers. The role holder will have excellent organisational and prioritisation skills with the ability to work under pressure. Educated to A level the ideal candidate will have experience of working in a higher education environment. A professional can-do attitude is a pre-requisite of this role as is confidence managing the needs of different stakeholders.

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Programme Manager

Salary £27,000 - £30,000
Closing date 25 June 2017

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Executive Education is a limited company that operates within Cambridge Judge Business School. We provide customised and open enrolment programmes which are designed and delivered by our expert academic faculty and business practitioner network. 

We are looking for a programme manager to work with our clients and faculty members, joining our innovative and supportive teams of executive education programme managers. This is a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same and where all our teams provide excellent customer service.

You will be planning executive education courses, working in collaboration with our faculty and supplier network. You will have the opportunity to hone your project management skills and gain unrivalled experience organising events in Cambridge or wherever our clients need us. 

We would welcome applications from candidates with strong experience in any service sector or people-focused environment. 

Demonstrable experience of project and/or event management will be essential. 

Fluency in written and spoken English is an essential requirement of this role and Mandarin or Arabic speaking is desirable. 

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Online Communications Assistant

Salary £25,298 - £29,301
Closing date 25 June 2017

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The Online Communications Assistant sits within the Online Communications Team, part of the wider Corporate Communications and Marketing Team at Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS). The online environment is the key communication and marketing channel for CJBS and an effective digital strategy is essential to raise the profile of the business school's reputation in a highly competitive market. 

The Online Communications Assistant provides technical and general support to the rest of the Online Communications Team and wider Corporate and Communications and Marketing Team, assisting in web edits, image processing, training, social media, analytics and statistics, email marketing and many other systems supported by the team. Attention to detail is paramount and the role holder, with the rest of the team, has a responsibility to ensure consistency and quality of online content including adherence to the School's brand and SEO guidelines. The role holder reports to the Online Communications Manager.

You will have qualifications or demonstrable experience in digital communications, the ability to ensure concise, engaging copy for the web and be capable of extracting and summarising information from a variety of sources. An eye for effective online copy and design as well as great attention to detail is of key importance. Experience of using content management, email marketing and other online systems is essential as well as an excellent knowledge of Photoshop, familiarity with major social media channels and experience and understanding of Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) techniques. 

You will be enthusiastic, flexible and with positive approach to work. Strong analytic skills with an emphasis factual correctness as well as the ability to work systematically on a number of tasks simultaneously and then deliver to deadline are prerequisite for this role.

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