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Inclusive Practice Partner - School of Sport and Health Sciences

The Learning and Teaching Hub

Location:  Brighton and Eastbourne
Salary:  £10.43 per hour
Closing Date:  Friday 10 June 2022
Interview Date:  Friday 01 July 2022
Reference:  LTCASIPP22-HE

Do you feel your racial, ethnic or cultural identity is represented on your course? Do you see your lived experiences reflected in your learning? What could we do differently to improve your sense of belonging?

Inclusive Practice Partners are students who are employed to work with staff in their School to review what is taught at the university with a fresh set of eyes, to help diversify and decolonise our curriculum. 

If you have an interest in working on this, why not apply to be an IPP?

Applications to become an IPP for your School next year are now open. You will receive full training at the start of the academic year, an hourly rate of £10.43, and work an average of two hours a week, up to a maximum of 44 hours, during term time. 

To find out more about the IPP role, meet current IPPs, and get guidance on the application and interview process, come along to one of our drop-in information sessions:

+ Eastbourne:

Thursday 19 May 1 - 2pm, Hillbrow 122 

+ Moulsecoomb:

Tuesday 24 May, 1 - 2pm, Elm House 403 

+ Online:

Thursday 26 May, 1 - 2pm, Join via Teams

If you want to find out more about what it means to be an IPP before then, you can watch this video from School of Applied Sciences IPP Neesha or read a selection of blogs from other IPPs about how they feel this work has benefited their studies and their future.

For more information and full job description, please go to the LINK to apply. 

The closing date for applications is 3 June 2022 and there are several vacancies available.

Further details:

The University is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive environment for all staff regardless of age, disability, family or caring responsibilities, gender identity, marital status, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief (including non-belief), sex and sexual orientation. We embrace equality and diversity in our working, learning, research and teaching environment and are committed to maintaining a supportive and inclusive community. We particularly encourage applicants from Minority Ethnic backgrounds because the University is under-represented by Minority Ethnic staff.

For the vast majority of our roles, we operate an agile working system with time split between working on campus and at the employee's home. It is the University's expectation that home working will take place within the UK.

Further information about working for us, as well as the wide range of benefits we offer, can be found in the working with us section of our vacancies page.



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