‘All people are equal; it is not birth, it is virtue alone that makes the difference’. Voltaire.
Since its foundation in 1839 as one of the UK’s first providers of higher education, the University of Chester has always believed in the importance of equality of opportunity for all staff, students and stakeholders – and recognising and rewarding their talents.
We offer a friendly and considerate workplace with attractive terms and conditions of employment for 1,400 staff, including lecturers, researchers, technicians, administrators, caterers and cleaners … to name but a few. Our campuses in Chester and Warrington are noted for their sense of community and have recently benefited from multi million pound investment in new and refurbished buildings.
Approaching 16,000 students are currently studying 300 different subject combinations, covering Applied and Health Sciences; Arts and Media; Business, Management and Law; Health and Social Care; Humanities; Lifelong Learning and Social Science up to research degree level.
We welcome and celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an environment in which people are treated fairly and feel valued and respected.
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