Here at The Bartlett we pride ourselves on being a great place to work. We continually seek ways to improve the working environment for our people, because we know they are our greatest asset.
The Bartlett is an Equal Opportunities employer (see UCL’s Equal Opportunity Policy) and is committed to ensuring that all individuals have equal opportunities for employment and promotion.
In 2016, The Bartlett was awarded Athena Swan Bronze status, which demonstrates our commitment to improve the career equality within the faculty. UCL's Dignity at Work policy and support provision protects staff from unacceptable behaviour.
The Bartlett supports formal and informal arrangements for flexible working at all levels. The Bartlett has various arrangements through which work-life balance can be achieved and staff are able to meet their responsibilities outside of work, making the department a family-friendly place to work.
Various flexible working options are on offer, including: flexitime; annualised hours; job sharing; part-time working; remote working, etc. You can find more detailed information about UCL staff benefits, as well as further details on UCL’s Work-Life Balance policy, on the UCL Human Resources website.
The Bartlett’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Group has been setup to progress the departments' vision to produce a high performing student pipeline, achieve parity across all academic levels and professional services and promoting a culture where all staff and students can reach their full potential.
A commitment to equality and staff support
- Black and minority ethnic (BME) staff
UCL is proud of being one of the first universities in the UK to receive a Race Equality Charter Bronze Award (in January 2016) in recognition of its efforts to address racial inequality in Higher Education.
Staff can access to a range of support and resources:
- Staff with disabilities
UCL staff who have a disability can have access to comprehensive support in the workplace.
Find out more:
- LGBTQ+ staff
UCL was the first university to join Stonewall’s Global Diversity Champions programme in 2014.
LGBTQ+ staff at UCL can have access to a range of support and resources:
- Women at UCL
UCL has a Silver Athena SWAN award for its efforts to tackle gender inequality in Higher Education:
- Religion and belief equality
UCL has comprehensive policies to ensure that all students and staff practising religions at UCL are treated with respect:
Work-life balance and staff benefits
Work-life balance is vital to promote job satisfaction, and the recruitment and retention of skilled and competent employees.
The Bartlett has various arrangements through which work-life balance can be achieved and staff are able to meet their responsibilities outside of work, making the department a family-friendly place to work.
- Flexible working
The Bartlett supports formal and informal arrangements for flexible working at all levels. Various flexible working options are on offer, including; flexitime, annualised hours, job sharing, part-time working, remote working, etc.
- You can find more detailed information on UCL’s Work Life Balance policy
Meet some of our staff who use flexible working arrangements:
Kim Novelli, Enterprise and Research Project Manager at The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources
In the short term it is allowing me to visit my Mum on regular basis. In the long term I am able to better manage my health issues and still have an amazing job“
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