At Queen’s, our people are at the centre of everything we do.
As a Queen’s employee, you’ll be part of a supportive, collaborative community that has ambitions to shape a better world through our teaching, research and influence.
We’ve been innovating since 1845.
We are a member of the prestigious Russell Group of UK research intensive universities.
We know our success is down to our outstanding staff who share our commitment to excellence and our student-centred ethos.
Our support for the personal, professional and career development of our researchers has led to us retaining the European Commission’s HR Excellence in Research Award until 2020.
What you could be working on
We understand the importance of investing in people, so you’ll receive great benefits and rewards and access to cutting-edge resources and to a community of over 4,000 staff and 24,000 students.
The leafy Queen’s Quarter, just a short walk from Belfast city centre, is perfectly laid out to help you maximise your work-life balance, with a cinema, art gallery, gym, swimming pool and wellbeing spaces right on your doorstep
Get some headspace in Botanic Gardens in your lunch hour or taste the flavours of the world on Botanic Avenue.
“My career has developed rapidly, and I have achieved a healthy work-life balance.” Professor Teresa McCormack
Head of School for Psychology
We are committed to providing a positive culture throughout the University that celebrates diversity and is welcoming and inclusive.
We are one of only 18 UK universities to hold Athena Swan Silver status, an accolade that recognises our commitment to progressing gender equality. At Queen’s, you will find a working culture that supports and celebrates remarkable women and provides an opportunity for women to aspire to leadership roles.
Thanks to a multimillion pound economic growth programme, there has never been a better time to live and work in Belfast.
At Queen’s, you’ll be working in a capital city with innovation at its heart; a mine of knowledge, investment and enterprise.
As one of Northern Ireland’s biggest employers, we enable our staff to achieve by embracing change, applying new technology and investing in the advancement of knowledge.
“I was initially encouraged to move to Queen’s because of the strong research that was already being carried out, as well as the state-of-the art lab facilities, which include virtual reality technology. Once at Queen’s, I was particularly impressed with the supportive environment for new lecturers, including mentorship from more senior academics.” Dr Ioana Latu
“I moved to Queen’s from Belgium to join the strong group of researchers specialising in my area and because of the state-of-the art facilities and labs. I very much enjoy living in Northern Ireland. People here are very friendly, the city provides a variety of activities and cultural events, and areas of supreme natural beauty are only a short drive away. I find living and working here very rewarding.” Dr Mihalis Doumas
“Queen’s is a fertile ground for research. The University’s investment, coupled with internal and external collaborations in my area have led to significant, high quality research outputs. As an academic, it is important to me that I can conduct excellent applied research in a supportive environment.” Dr Martin Dempster
Queen's University Belfast is committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
For more information please read our Equality and Diversity Policy.
Queen's University Belfast is registered with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC101788
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