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A position has arisen within the Catering department of the Estates team at our headquarters in Keyworth, Nottingham for a Deputy Catering Manager to assist with the provision of a catering service to the site.
Closing date for receipt of application forms is 25th April 2014.
A vacancy has arisen for a Team Leader in Mineralogy and Petrology to be based at our headquarters in Keyworth, Nottingham.
Closing date for receipt of application forms is 5th May 2014.
A number of Research Fellowships are now available based at our offices in Keyworth, Nottingham.
Closing date for applicants: 9th May 2014.
The BGS is part of the NERC which strives to be an equal opportunity employer. Our policy is that there shall be no discrimination against candidates on the grounds of sex, transexuality, race, nationality, religion, religious belief, sexual orientation, age, disability or marital status. Candidates will be assessed solely on their merits and personal qualities.
We welcome applications from all sections of the community. People with disabilities and those from ethnic minorities are currently under-represented and their applications are particularly welcomed.
We have a guaranteed interview scheme for applicants with disabilities. This means that you will be invited for interview if you meet the essential specified requirements of the job. If you need special facilities or equipment, please advise us in advance.
We are pleased to have been awarded an Athena SWAN Bronze award and are one of the first research institutes to be accepted within this framework.
Our Dignity at Work Policy clearly states that ‘bullying or harassment by any member of NERC staff is considered as unacceptable behaviour and will not be tolerated’.
Staff have access to a very competitive pension scheme provided by JSS.
All staff are entitled to 30 days annual leave per annum plus 10.5 public and privilege days (pro rata for part-time staff). Staff have access to paid and unpaid special leave to assist with unforeseen domestic events and medical appointments.
A range of flexible working opportunities are available; depending on your role.
A reasonably priced staff restaurant (Keyworth and Wallingford), provides cooked meals and snacks.
All staff are eligible to join the national Civil Service Sports and Social Club. The club organises national and local sporting and social events and gives members various discount options including cut-price cinema tickets.
Members of the Keyworth sports and social club can use the club’s outdoor tennis courts and indoor sports centre for badminton, aerobics and football. Members can also join the fitness centre, which is fully equipped with high quality gym equipment. The club also organises around 20 social events each year including sports competitions, theatre trips, wine tastings and coach trips.
Staff in Edinburgh can benefit from discounted rates on the University sports and fitness facilities and can also access discounted rates for alternative therapies delivered on-site, such as Reiki, Indian Head massage and aromatherapy.
Staff in Wallingford can benefit from discounted gym membership as well as an active sports and social society that includes subsidised swimming, yoga/pilates and five-a-side football activities.
Access to the Aviva Health Cash Plan can be arranged as a deduction from payroll.
Independent financial advice is available at on-site clinics in Edinburgh and Keyworth approximately twice a year.
We have an extensive geological library (both at Keyworth and Edinburgh), with a small selection of fiction books on loan.
The library at Wallingford has a wide range of publications on hydrology and hydrogeology.
The Civil Service Motoring Association (CSMA) — for a small annual charge, access to a wide range of staff discounts.
The Charity for Civil Servants provides support, advice and direct financial assistance to civil servants when they are most in need.
The Civil Service Retirement Fellowship is a registered charity that is dedicated to helping former civil servants, their partners, widows, widowers and dependants. Its principal aim is to help members through friendship and support to enjoy a better and more fulfilling retirement.