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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. All jobs will be listed on this page.

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager

Salary £36,914 – £49,553
Closing date 27 June 2021

This is an exciting key new role that will work closely with the HR Director, the wider HR team, and internal and external stakeholders, to provide strategic planning and problem-solving leadership, and working collaboratively to break down challenges, iterate towards effective solutions, and support change management. The role holder will be responsible for providing a clear direction on all aspects of setting, designing, and implementing Cambridge Judge Business School’s (CJBS) Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) strategy and action plan, which will be closely linked with the University’s Equal Opportunities policy and be compliant with legislation on race, gender, disability, age, religion/belief, sexual orientation and gender reassignment.

The role holder will be required to undertake specific projects relating to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at CJBS, such as identifying and evaluating external best practice and introducing appropriate changes, thereby enabling CJBS to become a leader in EDI within the Higher Educational sector in general, and more specifically as a leading international business school.

You will be educated to a degree level or hold equivalent qualification or have quantifiable experience. You will have substantial experience working in an HR/Equality and Diversity (E&D) role in a busy department, preferably in an academic environment. You will have demonstrable advanced knowledge of HR and E&D involving a critical understanding of relevant theory and principles. It is imperative that you are able to communicate, build and maintain excellent working relationships with a diverse range of people at all levels, both within and outside the University. Experience of working effectively as part of multi-disciplinary team, the ability to empathise with staff and use tact, discretion and diplomacy, and appreciation of different cultures are pre-requisites for this role.

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Summer Programme Assistant (Executive Education) (fixed term)

Salary £18,000 – £18,000
Closing date 27 June 2021

We are seeking to appoint a Programme Assistant, for the duration of the summer, to provide administrative and operational support to our Custom and Open Programmes teams who deliver executive education programmes to senior executives from around the world.

Working within an operational context, the successful candidate will take responsibility for some of the logistical arrangements and requirements of our programme delivery by providing administrative support to programme managers such as collating briefing packs, preparing programme materials, and producing feedback reports for live online programmes, as well as potentially face-to-face programmes towards the end of the summer. In addition, they will provide onsite studio support to faculty where required and will assist generally in the delivery of live online as well as face-to-face programmes as guided by the programme manager. This exposure will provide the successful candidate with experience in managing events in a wide range of venues and environments.

The post will occasionally require long working hours and irregular patterns of work to accommodate support during a busy delivery period. There will be a mixture of onsite and remote working during this period.

This is a three-month post starting immediately until the end of September (start and end dates are subject to negotiation).

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Senior Learning Designer

Salary £36,914 – £49,553
Closing date 4 July 2021

Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) is increasingly using digital learning tools and techniques to support the delivery of world-class innovative teaching across degree programmes. This is an exciting new opportunity for an experienced learning designer to lead and develop the team of learning designers, and to work closely with content developers and learning technologists within the Digital Learning team. The role will focus on the expansion and timely delivery of all online, blended and hybrid teaching projects and will respond to an increasing demand on resources. The role holder will be actively engaged in learning design while also managing the shifting and increasing workload of learning designers within the team, working closely with media and platform specialists in a creative, but pragmatic way in order to deliver a demanding portfolio of projects.

You will be educated to degree level, or equivalent qualification, or have work experience in a relevant area. You will be experienced in managing and developing a team of high-performing, creative individuals and in designing and developing pedagogically robust, engaging online and blended courses. You will be an excellent communicator with strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate specialist technological information to a non-technical audience, and have the proven ability to work collaboratively with tact and professionalism. Additionally, you will have experience of working across a business school or higher education institution to promote the value and benefits of learning design.

This is a full time permanent position.

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Director of Custom Programmes

Salary Competitive
Closing date 11 July 2021

Executive Education is a major activity in Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) operated by JBS Executive Education Ltd. (JBSEEL), a limited company wholly owned by the University of Cambridge. Its activities include a well-established range of open programmes, a large and growing suite of custom programmes, and deep engagements with clients, where the mode will shift from “education” to collaborative problem solving that not only creates value for the client but also helps to generate research questions, data, and publications for the business school.

We are seeking to appoint a Director of Custom Programmes to develop and implement an effective and enduring strategy for our custom executive education business. The successful candidate will be responsible for building scale and diversity of our custom portfolio of programmes, evaluating opportunities by industry sector and geographical location, and identifying new business and potential clients. They will assess strategic risks and future proof our business model within a changing executive education market. The ideal candidate will have exposure and experience of working with faculty and the academic world. Developing deep engagement relationships across all delivery models – in-presence, live online and asynchronous, they will partner closely with CJBS and University faculty in the creation of new and market-leading executive education programmes.

To this end, the Director will lead and manage an established team of Client Directors, Client Relationship Managers, Bid Managers and Learning Design, to execute the strategy, driving the acquisition of new business, from initial enquiry to sale and delivery of client-focused solutions, both nationally and internationally. Providing the team with professional support and guidance, the Director will translate strategy for the customised executive education business into objectives for the team and track progress towards achievement, providing direction, feedback, and support.

The ideal candidate will have strong strategic experience, at a senior level, within a professional services context, and ideally within the global executive education market. They will have a sophisticated understanding of client relationship management and evidence of winning business at the highest level. They will be able to demonstrate evidence of leading an effective team who are working across boundaries and cultures, supporting colleagues to enable the successful development and implementation of strategic plans. With highly developed analytic skills, and the ability to communicate complex ideas in a comprehensible way to diverse audiences, and an ability and enthusiasm to engage and collaborate with teaching and research faculty in the Business School and the wider University.

This is a full-time, permanent role which will involve regular international travel. We offer a competitive salary, bonus scheme, and benefits package. Flexible working arrangements such as working a proportion of time from home are available.

To apply for this role, please submit your CV and cover letter, along with a completed CHRIS/6 from the University of Cambridge jobs website to Martin Hawes.

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