Join the team
Whether you are looking for your first job or to progress your professional career, at the AECC University College we offer career opportunities in both academic and professional services.
Working with us
Committed to our staff
We offer a friendly and diverse working environment. Our staff survey shows that we are firmly committed to improving working lives and we strive to be an employer that is collaborative, caring, ethical, inclusive and innovative in our approach to all that we do.
Apprentices, graduates and student opportunities
If you are a school leaver or graduate looking for your first job opportunity why not consider some of our current vacancies. Students who attend the AECC University College have the opportunity to apply for lots of casual / seasonal jobs, e.g. reception work, library, ultrasound models and students to work on events with our marketing team.
We want to speak to individuals who will continue our commitment to being a global leader in health sciences, education and research. Join a team that has community at its heart, with personal development opportunities you wouldn’t be afforded in larger organisations.
We know it’s our people that make the biggest difference. If you are interested in working for us please follow us on Facebook and Twitter, add yourself to the mailing list, and receive regular vacancy updates.
Assistant IT Officer
AECC University College Full time, 36.25 hours per week (Monday to Friday, 8.45am-5pm) Salary £18,000 per annum. For more details about the post visit the link below or email Steve Goode, IT Manager at: email@example.com.
Assistant Administrator Clinic
AECC University College Full time, 36.25 hours per week (Monday to Friday, 8.45am-5pm) Salary £20,000 per annum. For more details about the post visit the link below or email Rhonda Card, Clinic Practice Manager at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dignity, diversity and equality policy
AECC University College is committed to developing and maintaining an institution where students and staff from all backgrounds can flourish. Everyone has a right to be treated with dignity and respect, and we aim to provide a positive and satisfying learning and working environment, in line with our Dignity, Diversity and Equality Policy (Add PDF).
In admitting and supporting students with disabilities to the chiropractic programme we work in line with our admissions policy and the guidance provided in the General Chiropractic Council’s document Becoming a chiropractor A guide for disabled people (Add PDF - August 2010). If you would like further advice or information please contact our Student Services team.
Accreditation and awards
We are proud to be Investors in People accredited and embrace the Disability Confident and Mindful Employer standards. We keep check on our Equality Standards and work with local organisations to continually improve our approach to diversity and equality in the local community.