In order to attract, motivate and retain highly talented people we are putting in place a culture that weaves together the ambition of the university with the aspirations of the individual; a place that empowers you and rewards collaboration.

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We asked colleagues to describe working at NTU in one word. This is what some of them had to say.

At NTU we listen to you, we get to know what inspires you because we understand the direct relationship between your performance and our collective success. By connecting these two we can redefine what’s possible for us both, you and our University. To that end, we are breaking the mould by what we do and how we do things.

At NTU we:

  • recognise and reward an individual’s contribution through commercially competitive salaries and an inclusive bonus scheme across every grade
  • create opportunities within your career for personal contribution, development and growth
  • make the transition for joining and being part of this amazing place as easy and desirable as possible for those who can make an impact.

“NTU has broadened my horizons in so many ways”

Kat Whitehouse-Tedd, Senior Lecturer at the School of Animal Rural & Environmental Sciences
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