Welcome to Human Resources
The departmental mission of Human Resources is to support the University in the accomplishment of its strategic business objectives by providing a high quality, continuously improving and comprehensive service to clients.
The Human Resources Department have adopted the University’s dynamic working practices. Staff are present on campus, in Bryn Afon, on varying working days and also working from home. We would encourage that should you have any query or request for information that you continue to send these electronically. To assist you in directing your queries to the most appropriate team member please see the page titled ‘Staff Contacts and Office Location’.
Should colleagues wish to meet with a representative from HR in person, then this must be arranged in advance. HR staff are similarly available for meetings/discussions over TEAMS.
Thank you for your continued understanding and co-operation.
Bangor University Bridging Support Scheme
The Bridging Support Scheme (developed jointly with UCU as part of the work of the Anti-casualisation Working Group) aims to encourage the retention of experienced and skilled staff (research and research support staff) in order to sustain research teams and expertise, avoid the break in employment and careers, and maximise the opportunity for producing high-quality outputs and/or research impact at the end of funded contracts/grants.
Full details of the scheme and how to apply can be found here. Please note that the application form must be completed by the Principle Investigator on behalf of the staff member seeking bridging support.
If you have any questions about the Bridging Support Scheme please contact the Athena Swan and Research Concordat Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the designated HR Officer for the area concerned.
Race Equality Charter
In April 2022 Bangor University joined Advance HE's Race Equality Charter. Our journey towards becoming an anti-racist University as part of the Race Equality Charter requires sustained commitment and dedicated resources. To this end, we have created an additional permanent Equalities Officer within HR to lead this work and Danielle Williams was appointed to this role in October this year
Staff Privacy Notice
Click here to view Bangor University’s Staff Privacy Notice.