Our people tell us that the connections they make, the variety of experiences and the opportunities to work with thousands of the brightest minds in academia make OUI a really rewarding place to work.
At OUI you can be inspired and be inspiring at the same time.
We know that talented people want to be challenged with a variety of projects and opportunitites within their career. We enable our people to play to their strengths and realise their potential.
We believe in empowering our people to enable them to make decisions and participate in continuous learning at all stages. Our people are dedicated and committed to coaching and mentoring, supporting each other and take as much pleasure in the accomplishments of colleagues as they do in their own.
Our culture & values – broaden your skills and your career by working with great people
We offer the successful candidate the opportunity to work with our hugely talented and diverse team in a supportive, collaborative and flexible working environment. Our values of Integrity, Collaboration and Empowerment shape our culture, philosophy and behaviour, and serve as a compass for our actions.
Opportunities for development are abundant with internal seminars, training sessions, shared experiences, and more formal people related courses in the prestigious Saïd Business School. We have the opportunity to work with experienced and highly motivated like-minded people, and in areas at the cutting edge of research. The researchers we serve are at the peak of their careers, trained to solve problems, create new knowledge and develop new ways of thinking. We help the University achieve the same level of international recognition for its innovation activities as it does for its research and teaching. It is a huge and exciting challenge and it always keeps us stimulated and motivated.
We first achieved the Investors in People standard in 2001, and in recognition of our continued commitment to our staff, we were delighted to be awarded the Investors In People Silver Standard against the more challenging framework in December 2018.