Why we invite you to ‘ become a global candidate ’

We suggest that you register as a candidate, even if you are not actively looking for a new role right now.

Maybe you are not actively searching for a job right now, just keeping an eye on the fascinating roles that our member universities post in your discipline. Perhaps you don’t feel like a ‘candidate’ at all, just an interested observer?

Here’s why we invite you to register
Universities often ask us to help them recruit for a particular role, or to tell candidates in a specific region or discipline about a new research or teaching project. We can only do this if you have registered and given us your basic profile information.

Don’t worry, we will never share your details without your permission. We will use your profile to occasionally send you details of roles that may interest you, or perhaps be relevant for one of your colleagues.

Please let us know if you have questions about this and, in the meantime, go ahead and register. It only takes a moment and helps us send you information relevant to your teaching or research field.

Wendy Stone

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