University of Strathclyde
As a leading international University, we pride ourselves in recruiting the best academic and professional staff to support our ground-breaking, impactful research, and our first-class student experience.
Our research changes people’s lives as we work with business, industry and government to find the solutions to the problems which face today’s society. We are committed to useful learning and to being a socially inclusive institution and this guides the way we deliver our teaching, learning and research.
Strathclyde is home to world-class academics who are offered career opportunities which are sector leading. Our range of career choices, from administrative and professional services staff to highly-trained technical staff, will surprise you. Our staff come from almost 100 different countries and we work together to make our University a dynamic and innovative place to work.
The University of Strathclyde is a place of useful learning where we’re recognised as being:
- People-oriented: committed to our staff and students, providing opportunities and investing in their development.
- Bold: confident and challenging about what we do, and supportive of appropriate and managed risk in our decision-making.
- Innovative: focused on discovering and applying knowledge with impact, and encouraging creative thinking and new ideas.
- Collaborative: working together, internally and externally, with integrity and in an open, respectful way.
- Ambitious: for our institution, staff and students as well as supporting the ambitions of our partners.
Making our values real
- Project SEARCH at the University of Strathclyde provides training or education leading to employment for individuals with disabilities.
- Students in Law act in conjunction with experienced mediators to provide free mediation services for those in the greater Glasgow area.
- The Strathclyde Medal recognises people who’ve made an important contribution to the University values in their work, relationships and achievements.
- Cleaning Services with the help of our colleagues in Procurement and Energy Management, have developed a segregated waste system that has helped us reach – and surpass – the government target for refuse away from landfill.
- Finance Directorate – first to pilot the Strathclyde Business Improvement and are continuing this with further implementing process change.
- Stardust is a unique training and research network devoted to developing and mastering techniques for asteroid and space debris monitoring, removal/deflection and exploitation.
- Get InTernational Week is a programme of cultural and educational events that provides opportunities for students to socialise, share experiences and inspire each other to embrace activities that will contribute to the development of a global mind-set.
- Athena Swan charter and awards are given to recognise commitment and progress towards advancing gender equality in UK academia. Four departments currently hold awards including a Silver for Civil and Environmental Engineering.
- We created the University of Strathclyde-GSK Doctoral Training Centre.
- The development of the HemoSep cell salvage device represents a new approach to blood salvage during major surgery.
- The Weir Advanced Research Centre, is an exemplar of academic-industry partnership in which Weir engineers work with Strathclyde academics on research and knowledge exchange projects.
- Our widening access strategy is reflected in the Children’s University and the Age Friendly initiative.
- We had a record number of Strathclyde Business School students selected as Saltire Foundation interns, working with leading and entrepreneurial companies around the world.
- Strathclyde was presented with the Green Gown Award in 2014 for “institutional change and continuous improvement”.
More information on the University can also be accessed via the University site.