Managers, professionals and administrators at higher education institutions play a key role in shaping and delivering their vision while keeping everything running smoothly, efficiently and cost-effectively. From HR, Marketing and IT to Finance and Property, they provide vital support and are the heartbeat of many universities. However, competition from the private sector and other institutions and organisations locally, regionally and internationally is increasingly fierce. It’s becoming more challenging for higher education institutions to attract the best professional, managerial and support talent. With more recruitment channels and places to look for jobs, the market is also increasingly complex.
So, at jobs.ac.uk we’ve carried out an in-depth study to provide you with a greater insight into the latest recruitment trends and all kinds of information to help you recruit the best talent for your non¬academic roles.
Our report takes a closer look at the 39,888 professional, managerial and support adverts placed by British and Irish higher education institutions on our job board during the academic year 2021/2022.
- 59% of roles were in the salary range of £25,000 – £49,000
- Professional, managerial and support opportunities account for 52% of all opportunities advertised on jobs.ac.uk
- 86% of advertised roles were on a full-time basis and 61% were permanent
- 48% of professional, managerial and support roles were advertised in London and South East England
If you would like to see the complete report, you can download it here.