Founded in 1888, we pride ourselves in offering industry-relevant courses for both today and the future. We were granted University title in 1994 and have around 4,000 students on our Dundee city centre campus, offering a range of programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and research level.
We're also proud of our friendly and informal approach - here you'll play a real part in the direction of our University and the future of our students, as you are key to our success.
For details of our current vacancies, please see our Jobs page.
As an Abertay employee, you are entitled to:
Abertay Pay Scales (from August 1, 2018).
As a new member of staff you'll be welcomed to our friendly institution where we enjoy an informal culture.
Abertay is passionate about inclusion, equality and diversity for staff as well as students, and we're proud that we've been recognised with Bronze Awards for both Athena SWAN and Race Equality Charter. In addition, we have signed the UK Armed Forces Covenant, committing to ensuring no disadvantage to members of the armed forces, veterans or their families.
We have an array of family friendly policies which include, flexible working, enhanced maternity/paternity/adoption leave and carers’ leave. We also operate a flexi-time scheme to help employees get the right work-life balance.
We have a free external counselling service available to all staff and an on-site professional Occupational Health Advisor.
We have an on-site quiet contemplation room, multi-faith space and Islamic Prayer Rooms.
We have a sports centre on campus with regular classes available to staff and students at very low cost and a range of staff benefits including ‘AberSave’ a discount website for Abertay staff.
We support our staff’s continuous professional and personal development with an active learning and development programme and resources for all staff, including induction, mentoring, regular development reviews, e-learning, both on-line delivery and face to face.
We are committed to academic development and mentoring with research and teaching training and development opportunities provided though our Graduate School and Teaching and Learning Enhancement service.
We have a range of policies and benefits to support you during your working life at Abertay. For more details, or to receive a copy of any of our policies, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Leave and Working Time Framework offers a number of benefits and flexible working options, including flexi-time and Time Off in Lieu (TOIL), Parental Leave, which includes Adoption Leave and Special Leave, and our Buying Additional Holidays Scheme, allowing staff the freedom and flexibility to add more days to their annual leave allowance via a pre-tax salary contribution.
Members of staff who are also in the Reserve Forces will be appropriately supported by the University, as outlined in our Reserve Forces Policy, and we also have policies to support Time Off for Voluntary Activities, and Sabbatical Leave.
As part of our Equality and Diversity Framework, we have launched a Lead Voices programme, which has recruited volunteer staff and students to act as advocates for the wider staff and student community who identify as having protected characteristics. More information on how we support Protected Groups can be found in our Equality and Diversity section.
The University's Role and Grading Framework provides information on our Grading Procedure, Senior Grade / Professorial Pay Review and Academic Promotion Policy. We also have a Visiting and Emeritus Titles Policy for academics interested in visiting the University or being conferred an Emeritus Professor upon retirement.
We have a small and friendly professional HR team who can support you with your career journey to Abertay and once you get here.
Led by Eilidh Fraser, Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development, you can contact the team here:
T: 01382 308961
Dundee is Scotland’s 4th largest city with a population of around 148,000. Voted the Best City to Live in Scotland by the Sunday Times (2019), regarded as the UK’s ‘coolest little city’ (GQ magazine 2017) and a designated Unesco City of Design, this city has a lot to offer: