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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.

Front-End Developer (HTML/CSS/Javascript) - The Psychometrics Centre (fixed term)

Salary £35,000 - £45,000
Closing date 24 November 2019

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The Psychometrics Centre at the University of Cambridge publishes tests and data visualisations that are used by millions of people worldwide. We are seeking to hire a Front-End Developer to take these tools to the next level. You will contribute design thinking and creative flair to our multidisciplinary team, helping to translate ground-breaking research into beautiful applications for the public, academia and business. The Psychometrics Centre is part of Cambridge Judge Business School and the role is administered in JBS Executive Education Limited. Executive Education offers a wide range of open-enrolment and customised programmes.

You will also be working closely with our two other software engineers and the leadership team to support the development of innovative assessment products. Your personal and professional development will be continuously supported by a diverse and vibrant atmosphere in the University of Cambridge, and by the Centre’s collaborative culture.

You will have demonstrable experience in developing front-end applications and user interfaces in a professional working environment and strong knowledge of JavaScript/TypeScript (with experience or a willingness to learn Angular). You will have the ability to write semantic HTML5 mark-up and output CSS3 with SASS/LESS pre-processors and be comfortable using graphics software (e.g. Adobe Photoshop) for design, mock-ups and templating.

This is a full-time, fixed term post for one year in the first instance with possibility for further extension. The post is based in Central Cambridge.

Candidates are asked to complete the CHRIS/6 cover sheet (parts 1 & 3) available on the How to apply page and send it, with a full curriculum vitae and a covering letter explaining your interest in the position and how your experience would help them to fulfil the role, to Helen Machin, HR Advisor, Cambridge Judge Business School, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1AG, or email h.machin@jbs.cam.ac.uk.

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Learning Designer

Salary £80,000
Closing date 22 November 2019

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The most successful Executive Education programmes are designed as a result of a creative process, which has its foundations in clients’ needs and the academic and research strengths of our faculty. To maximise innovation and excellence in our work, we are looking for a Learning Designer to help us build solutions which support the transfer of learning from programme to workplace – at whatever level and wherever we work.

Collaborating with our faculty, business development teams and clients, the post holder will have the opportunity to explore creative ways to introduce new learning solutions which combine the academic and research strengths of the University of Cambridge with practical and grounded delivery models. The successful applicant will work closely with client organisations; with world-class faculty from the School and the University of Cambridge and its network; and with experienced and knowledgeable colleagues in the executive education department. We foster a collaborative culture within the department and we encourage team working and peer support on all our projects. This role purposefully intersects with other functions and the post holder will work flexibly in multiple project teams.

The ideal candidate should be educated to degree level or equivalent, preferably with a postgraduate degree. They will have credible, extensive experience of curriculum design and be able to design learning solutions for complex problems. A knowledge and understanding of learning styles and appropriate pedagogical approaches which facilitate understanding and the transfer of learning are crucial. Equally, the successful candidate will need to demonstrate a clear understanding of current methodology to assess, measure and report on meaningful impact. They will have excellent communication and presentation skills, able to demonstrate accuracy and fluency in spoken and written communications. Above all, they will be skilled in drawing together stakeholders collaboratively to achieve a common purpose, ensuring that clients' and stakeholders' needs are met and exceeded within the scope of the project.

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Social Media Manager

Salary £30,942 - £40,322
Closing date 21 November 2019

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Cambridge Judge Business School leverages the power of academia for real world impact to transform individuals, organisations and society. Since 1990, Cambridge Judge has forged a reputation as a centre of rigorous thinking and high-impact transformative education, situated within one of the world's most prestigious research universities, and in the heart of the Cambridge Cluster, the most successful technology entrepreneurship cluster in Europe.

The Corporate Communications and Marketing team is a primary external-facing department within Cambridge Judge Business School. The team includes the Corporate Communications, Brand, Media Relations, Corporate Marketing & PR, Social Media and Online Communications functions. The team exists to promote the work, mission and vision of Cambridge Judge. They ensure that all stakeholders have a shared understanding of the achievements and impact of CJBS in order to make Cambridge Judge the business school of choice for students, faculty, potential donors and promote thought leadership with real-world impact. The Corporate Communications and Marketing Team engages with multiple audiences, including students, faculty, alumni, the general public, media agencies, social media influencers and national and international media.

The role holder will be the in-house social media expert working across the Business School; they will be actively involved in the creation of the Business School's evolving social media strategy and responsible for its implementation and measurement. They will work with external agencies, and in-house marketing teams, acting as lead in-house social media trainer. They will closely monitor activity on Business School accounts and provide a customer-facing response to queries and handle reputational risk issues arising on social media.

Candidates are required to have extensive experience of using social media as part of the marketing mix and of managing the execution of social media campaigns. Expert knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn in a business context is a must, as are excellent analytical and communications skills to evaluate the effectiveness of campaign performance. Demonstrable success of working on digital content delivery in a client-focused environment is a must. The role holder will be required to work on multiple projects simultaneously, to deliver to deadlines and to work well with multiple stakeholder groups.

We anticipate that interviews will be held during the first week of December 2019.

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Research Assistant (fixed term) - The Entrepreneurship Centre

Salary £26,715 - £30,942
Closing date 20 November 2019

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We are seeking to recruit a Research Assistant for the Entrepreneurship Centre, which is based in Cambridge. The purpose of the role is to support and maintain the School's national and international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. Contribution to excellence in research will be as a member of the research team carrying out research project under the direction of a principle investigator to include project co-ordination, data collection and management, and analysis and some interpretation.

The project is a one-year research to provide managers of small and medium-size enterprise (SMEs) digital training programme and measure the extent to which the digital training helps these managers improve their companies' productivity.

In this post, you will co-ordinate between multiple stakeholders involving in the project; preparing, setting up, and recording the outcome of training. You will conduct literature and database searches, collecting and analysing relevant documentation (e.g. newspaper articles, council reports), contribute to the production of research reports and publications, and actively participate in recruiting CEOs and other top managers of the SMEs to join the training programme.

You should have experience of working in dynamic environment and the ability to independently organise and contact business managers or hard-to-reach CEOs to recruit for the project. You should be educated to first degree level and be familiar with Microsoft office package with intermediate skill to work with Excel in analysing the secondary data. In addition, you should have some experience conducting research projects with the corporate sector and the necessity to translate research results into managerial insights. Good time management and planning skills with a commitment to delivery are a prerequisite of this role. Precision, accuracy and an interest in the subject matter are also essential.

Fixed term: The funds for this post are available for one year in the first instance.

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EMBA Programme Assistant

Salary £23,067 - £26,715
Closing date 17 November 2019

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This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, enthusiastic and team-orientated professional to join the Executive MBA (EMBA) programme team. The role will play a crucial part in course administration and event management for the EMBA College dinners, Orientation week, electives and graduation. The role holder will therefore interact with a diverse customer base of professional students, faculty, staff, University and external event services. As such, the Programme Assistant plays a central role in the high level of customer service necessary to maintain the excellent reputation of the School.

You will be a team player preferably with previous experience of working on small and large-scale events. You will have the ability to prioritise your workload, multitask to meet deadlines set by multiple team members and have great attention to detail. You will enjoy using your initiative to problem solve, and be at ease with technology. Experience of working with a diverse customer base from various cultural backgrounds as well as excellent interpersonal skills will be also be required.

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Research Assistant (fixed term) - The Entrepreneurship Centre

Salary £26,715 - £30,942
Closing date 17 November 2019

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We are seeking to recruit a Research Assistant for the Entrepreneurship Centre, which is based in Cambridge. The purpose of the role is to support and maintain the School’s national and international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. Contribution to excellence in research will be as a member of the research team carrying out research under the direction of a principle investigator to include data collection, analysis and some interpretation.

You will undertake basic research; preparing, setting up, conducting and recording the outcome of experiments and field work. You will conduct literature and database searches, write up results of own research, and contribute to the production of research reports and publications. You will also make internal and external contacts to develop knowledge and understanding and to form relationships for future collaboration.

You should be educated to first degree level and be familiar with basic and intermediate econometric analysis techniques for secondary data types of analyses. In addition, you should have basic knowledge of entrepreneurship, SME growth, business models and general principles of management. You should have some experience conducting research projects with the corporate sector and the necessity to translate research results into managerial insights. Good time management and planning skills with a commitment to delivery are a prerequisite of this role.

Fixed term: the funds for this post are available for two years in the first instance.

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