The guidance below should be considered whenever a vacancy arises to attract and secure the best candidates, and ensure equality of opportunity for all.
The following wording should be included in FBMH adverts:
FBMH Introduction (long version)
"The integrated structure of our Faculty enables a truly translational approach to biology, medicine and health - from pure discovery science through to clinical application and patient care. It also encourages collaborative working, enabling staff to deliver innovative, world-leading research that has a very real and positive impact on people’s lives, as well as high-quality education and training to over 11,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students."
FBMH Introduction (short version)
"Our Faculty’s integrated structure enables a truly translational approach to biology, medicine and health, and provides its staff with a unique opportunity to have a very real and positive impact on people’s lives."
Recruitment and selection flow chart
An overview of the process from start to end including access to all the documents you will need
Roles and responsibilities
There are many colleagues who work together to make the process run smoothly. Find out more about their roles
Post and contract management (PCM) guidance, approvals process and form
FBMH guidance note on completing a PCM form
The process to be followed for the submission and approval of PCM’s
A post and contract management form to be completed to start the recruitment process
Information regarding staff or students who will require access to the BSF as part of their role
Academic Technology Approval (ATAS) Scheme
Guidance on The Academic Technology Approval Scheme
New Appointment Form
The new appointment form is to be completed for all new substantive staff appointments
Directorate of People and Organisational Development
University wide policy and guidance on recruitment and selection