The International Centre for Guidance Studies is recruiting a new Associate Professor

The International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS) is looking to recruit an Associate Professor to lead the development of research and consultancy work relating to career and/or the relationship between education and work. The post holder will work closely with other staff in the Centre and will be encouraged to develop innovative new areas of research and consultancy. Applicants should have a national or international reputation in a relevant field, a strong track record of attracting funding, be able to contribute to the University REF submission and doctoral supervisions.

For more information about the post please follow this link: https://jobs.derby.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=0059-16

 

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Nicki Moore

Nicki qualified as a Careers Adviser in 1996. During her 12 years with Derbyshire Careers and then Connexions service, Nicki worked with a range of disadvantaged groups including young people with learning difficulties and disabilities, the traveller community, and those from minority ethnic backgrounds offering both in depth and ongoing support and coaching. She has developed career learning projects in primary and secondary schools and colleges. During her time with Connexions she worked as an operational team leader with responsibility for supporting and mentoring careers and personal advisers in their practice and ensuring quality in the delivery of front line guidance services. Prior to leaving Connexions Nicki held the post of Curriculum Development Manager and was the Regional Development Manager for Career Mark- The East Midlands quality award for careers education and guidance Nicki now holds the post of Senior Lecturer and researcher in Career Development at the International Centre for Guidancr Studies (iCeGS) at the University of Derby . She has extensive experience of research, consultancy and teaching in the field of career development. Nicki’s international portfolio includes work in Croatia where she was involved in the implementation of the national careers service. She has expereince in the Middle East and Kosovo and on a number of European funded projects supporting the development of professional practice. Nicki currently leads a number of accredited university undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in career development including the level 6 Advanced Diploma in career development, The Bachelors in Education Studies, Career Development Pathway and the Masters in Education Career Learning Pathway. She has also written a number of professional guides for those practitioners working in an operational context most recently to support the widening participation agenda. Nicki has worked at a national level in the United Kingdom for many years, Chairing the Institute for Career Guidance (now the CDI) committee for Careers Education for six years as well as being an active Council member. Nicki is a Legacy Fellow of the Career Development Institute and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

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