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The Warburg Institute is seeking an Assistant Librarian to join their team and lead on a number of key initiatives and elements for the Warburg Library Online project.
The University of London is seeking a Deputy Financial Controller (Academic) to join the Finance and Planning Department on a full time, open ended basis.
The University of London is seeking a Financial Services Officer (Property) to join the Finance and Planning Department on an 18 month contract.
The Institute of English Studies (IES), in the School of Advanced Study (SAS) at the University of London, wishes to appoint a Lecturer in the field of Digital Approaches to Literature. The successful person will have expertise in the technical skills essential to digital research, digital scholarly editing, expertise in any area of literary studies and a broad outlook across the whole field.
As the University embarks on a period of transformation implementing their new ERP solution over the next 2 years we require a Project Support Officer to provide support across this large programme.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Property Manager to join the University’s Student Homes team. As the Property Manager, you will carry out the day to day management for designated properties from the Student Homes accomodation portfolio, and will provide an efficient, effective and customer focused service to all.
The Warburg Institute requires a scanner operator for six months to produce high quality scans of materials from the Institute’s collections as part of its digitization strategy. The scanner operator will work on the first of the Institute’s intended projects which will involve scanning several hundred books from the early twentieth century.
As the University embarks on a period of transformation, implementing a new ERP solution over the next 2 years, we require a Senior Business Analyst to work directly with key stakeholders across the University
The University of London Computer Centre are now seeking a Service Operation and Support Manager to join the Software Services team on a fixed term contract. This role will involve managing the provision of ULCC software services to agree SLAs with customers. This position is a 15 month fixed term contract in the first instance.
A fantastic opening has arisen for a Technical Account Manager to join the Customer and Corporate Services Team in CoSector, University of London Computer Centre. This is a vital position within the centre, with responsibility for increasing income with both new and existing customers whilst maintain a high level of customer satisfaction.