In our 2010 Employee Opinion Survey, 86% of respondents said their motivation and satisfaction at work was generally high; 93% said the University is a good place to work; 92% said they feel proud to work for the University.
As you would expect from an internationally recognised University, we are fully committed to equality and diversity. We welcome applications from suitably qualified applicants, no matter what their background or status.
We pay close attention to monitoring our key processes, such as recruitment, and it is therefore important to us that candidates complete the monitoring form. We are also committed to ensuring that all our staff and students should enjoy dignity at work and study.
At Newcastle University, we are committeed to promoting the health, safety and wellbeing of all our staff. We try to take a broad view – offering support, advice and assistance whether in relation to physical health, mental health, stress, financial wellbeing, dignity issues, carers’ needs or personal safety.
As well as the expertise available from our Occupational Health Service and Safety Team, we have set up a dedicated website to help our staff and students access the resources and information that can help them.
The University is a Fair Trade organisation and provides many Fair Trade products in its catering outlets.
It is also committed to caring for our environment and actively promotes the practice of sustainability alongside world class research.