Help with applying

We are proud to be a Disability Confident employer and value, promote and celebrate inclusion, challenging discrimination and putting equality, diversity and belonging at the heart of everything we do. 

We aim to be an inclusive university, where difference is celebrated, respected and encouraged. We truly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and backgrounds will lead to a better environment for our employees and students, so we encourage applications from all genders, backgrounds, and communities, particularly from under-represented groups such as Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) and disabled people, and value the positive impact that will have on our teams. 

We are positive about employing disabled people and are committed to building disability confidence and supporting disabled staff. You can find further information on discussing your disability and how we can help you apply on this page.

Below, Otter Baker a Teaching Fellow within the Skills Centre discusses her experiences at the University of Bath.

Finding vacancies

Finding Vacancies

Our current vacancies are listed on this website and can be viewed by

Department OR Type of role 

  • Education & Research
  • Management, Specialist and Administration
  • Operations & Facilities Support
  • Technical & Experimental

Alternatively if you wish to explore all current vacancies, you can select the option to view them all.

You can also be alerted to vacancies via email updates or an rss feed

How to apply

Once you’ve found a role that’s a good fit for your skills and experience,  click the Apply Online button and you’ll be asked to register and set up an account on the site (Why do I have to register?) or log into the account you’ve already created. Be sure to provide an email address you use regularly, because that’s how we’ll keep in touch with you about your application.

We prefer to receive online applications, but please email jobs@bath.ac.uk or call the ad-line on 01225 386924 if you are unable to submit an online application.

All applications must be received by the closing date. Vacancies close at midnight UK time.

Application Form

We request that all applicants apply for vacancies via the specific application form for the role. During the application process you’ll be asked a series of questions that you can answer on-line.

Application forms help to ensure that all applicants provide the information in the same format, enabling the selection panel to more easily compare the applications that they receive.

The online application form can be completed in stages and you can login/logout at any time. The form automatically saves as you enter your information and it is simple to move backwards and forwards within the form at any time prior to submission. Help is available at each stage to guide you through the form.

Before final submission, you can preview your application and can then choose to refine or submit the form.

After Applying

Once you have submitted your application, you will see in your My Applications area, that the status of your application will be "submitted" and it will also show the date of submission.

The following day, you will receive an acknowledgment email.

After Closing Date

The selection panel will assess all applicants against the requirements of the job description and person specification and then notify Human Resources of their decision.

Human Resources will then contact the applicants as appropriate


 

Discuss your disability

We are very proud to be a Disability Confident employer and as part of our commitment we ask all applicants if they want to be considered under the Guaranteed Interview scheme. By opting-in to this scheme, you are disclosing that you have a disability solely for the purpose of the interview guarantee. In order to ensure this, you should detail in the Equality of Opportunity section of your application if you wish to be given consideration under this scheme and if you need any adjustments to be made to the interview / selection process. 

A disability is not only physical but can also be mental, and is one which has a long-term and substantial effect on your daily life.

Ambassadors for Autism

We are an Autism friendly University.  All of our Recruitment Team are Ambassador's for Autism, please speak to them in confidence on how we will endeavour to adapt our process for you

Reasonable Adjustments to our recruitment process.

If you would like to discuss any reasonable adjustments we can make to our candidate application process please do get in touch with one of our Recruitment Team. Adjustments could include, but are not limited to, availability of job descriptions and application forms in different formats such as large print or braille; correspondence or anything you may need when visiting us for an interview, adjustments could include, but are not limited to, additional time for those with Dyslexia, a job coach to attend and support you and the provision of assistive technology. 

If I am shortlisted for interview, do I have to disclose my disability?

You are under no legal obligation to disclose that you have a disability (unless there are very specific health and safety risks) however, you may wish to inform a Recruitment Coordinator of your disability so that we can support you and ensure any reasonable adjustments are put in place.

If I am appointed, how will the University of Bath support me?

We are positive about employing disabled people and are committed to building disability confidence and supporting disabled staff. If you are appointed, we will work with you to make any necessary reasonable adjustments to how and where you work.

Our campus and city buildings are disability friendly with lifts and ramps for ease of access to wheelchair users. We have multiple disabled parking bays available to staff who require these across all our car parks.