Career Development

The University provides a wide range of development opportunities and support for staff:

Professional Development:

Staff Development Web site
Academic Development Unit
Development for research students

Mentoring:

Bangor University is developing and internal mentoring scheme for staff and is currently piloting a scheme with early career research staff.  For women, the University is involved with the Women in Universities Mentoring Scheme (WUMS).

Performance Development Review:

Performance Development Review Policy and Guidelines

Applying for Promotion:
Information regarding applying for promotion have been revised and further information is noted below.

Senior Lecturer

Reader and Professor
 

Networking:

GetSET Women: is a community of women from all walks of science, engineering, the built environment and technology.  Visit http://www.theukrc.org/get-involved/networks/getset-women for more information.

Funding:
There are a number of research funding opportunities aimed at women in science.

The L’Oreal women's science award is funding that specifically recognises the achievements and contributions of exceptional females across the globe, by awarding promising scientists with Fellowships to help further their research. More information about this can be found HERE.

The Daphne Jackson Trust is an independent charity which offers flexible, part-time, paid fellowships to scientists, engineers and technologists who have taken a career break of two or more years for family, caring or health reasons. More information about this can be found HERE.