Employer Spotlight - University of Birmingham

University of BirminghamEmployer spotlight: University of Birmingham

Occasionally we’ll be focusing on a key employer, asking them to tell us about their institution or department and the exciting opportunities they have available. This time, we hear from the University of Birmingham, UK, about their fellowship programme and the work it’s doing to help early-career researchers excel in their field. 

Research that takes place at Birmingham impacts the lives of people regionally, nationally and globally. Our academic experts continue to break new ground to address the key challenges facing the world today.

Our sector-leading Birmingham Fellowship programme offers five years of protected time for high-quality research, allowing outstanding, high potential, early-career researchers of all ages to establish themselves as rounded academics who will go on to excel in their academic discipline across research, teaching and wider citizenship. All Fellowships come with a permanent academic post at the University.

Our research areas

Uni of Birmingham - Fellows

Our vision is one where the transfer of knowledge and technology - generated from our research into the economy, policy and society - is an embedded and natural component of our activity, as important and relevant as the knowledge generation itself.

We support knowledge transfer as a broad spectrum of activity - including dissemination to our peers, engagement of the public, support to government and industry, and commercialisation of our intellectual property. 

We aim to build on individual excellence and to capitalise on our distinctive multi- and inter-disciplinary research strengths to address key national and global challenges; recognising that the complexity of these requires the productive bringing together of different perspectives and skills.

We are currently looking for Fellows in the following areas:

 

Explore all of the University of Birmingham’s positions on Mendeley Careers here.

 

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