Mentoring scheme

Mentoring provides an enabling relationship based on an exchange of knowledge, experience and goodwill.

The School of Chemistry recognises the challenges in launching an independent academic career, and it provides experienced mentors to support all new staff. The mentors advise on all aspects of career development, from teaching to running a research group and applying for external funding. They offer feedback on applications for fellowships and research grants. Mentors can advise on procedures for progression and promotions, help colleagues to develop the portfolio of teaching and research achievements necessary, and encourage them to apply for accelerated progression or promotion when ready.

Further information on the principles of mentoring is available through the Staff Development team.

Find out more about mentoring at the University

Acceptable Workplace Behaviour Advisory Service

The University has a network of trained volunteers who provide an informal advisory service to staff who feel they may be experiencing unacceptable behaviour, bullying or harassment at work. The Advisors help people accused of unacceptable behaviour as well as those who are unhappy with behaviour.

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