About University of Brighton
The University of Brighton is a community of more than 20,000 students and circa 2,600 staff. The quality of our teaching and learning, combined with the excellent employability of our graduates, and our strong research profile help to make us a leading modern University.
We are a thriving, multi-campus coastal university delivering innovative career-focused courses at undergraduate and postgraduate degree level and our research and teaching transforms lives and benefits communities worldwide.
The university offers a wide range of jobs in both academic and support roles, with competitive salaries and flexible working opportunities.
Equality, diversity and inclusion
Inclusivity is one of our core values as can be seen in our University Strategy, Practical Wisdom. We are committed to developing and nurturing a diverse community, that supports not only inclusion in the University but through the impact of our activities in local, national and international communities. In terms of our staff, we recognise the crucial role that diversity plays in enriching the organisation at all levels and enabling the achievement of our staff, our students and our University as a whole.
We are a member of the Race Equality Charter and are committed to improving the representation, progression and success of minority ethnic staff and students at our University. We recognise we have more work to do. More information about Diversity and Inclusion at the University, and our Staff Networks, can be found here: