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Coventry University is a diverse and exciting place to work and we share the enthusiasm of our staff and students to be the best at whatever they choose to do. As one of the City’s biggest employers, we offer some impressive benefits for our staff and are committed to delivering the very best opportunities. We have a comprehensive training, personal and professional development programme that provides our employees with the skills to enhance their performance in the workplace and grow in their careers. There are pension schemes, a generous holiday allowance and flexible working opportunities as well as lifestyle benefits including childcare vouchers, discounted membership to the £4 million sports and recreation centre and schemes such as Cycle to Work and the CU Car Share initiative.

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    Students offer free ESA representation to tackle legal aid cuts
    Students offer free ESA representation to tackle legal aid cuts

    Law students will help hundreds of people appeal benefit cuts by offering free advice and legal representation across Coventry.

    New books address important issues surrounding global food crisis
    New books address important issues surrounding global food crisis

    A selection of books which address important issues surrounding the world food crisis are to be launched by Coventry University academics this month.

    Research by Coventry University based on analysis of 6,714 cases of professional misconduct by health and care professionals has identified three types of perpetrator, including the self-serving 'bad apple'.

    Watching a scary movie this Hallowe’en? This is what happens to our brain and bodies when we view a frightening film
    Watching a scary movie this Hallowe’en? This is what happens to our brain and bodies when we view a frightening film

    Coventry University academic also explains why we want to be scared by films – and why psychological thrillers are sometimes more scary than gory horror-fests.

    People who show characteristics of autism are more at risk of attempting suicide, according to a Coventry University study whose results are being presented to a United States federal advisory committee tomorrow.

    HORIBA MIRA and Coventry University Secure Grant Funding for the Creation of World Class Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Testing Facilities
    HORIBA MIRA and Coventry University Secure Grant Funding for the Creation of World Class Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Testing Facilities

    The new project is one of four announced today to create a global Connected Autonomous Vehicle test and validation ecosystem in the UK. Government to co-invest with industry to establish £80m globally leading centre of excellence.
    White working-class Americans feel in nation’s “slow lane”, new study shows
    White working-class Americans feel in nation’s “slow lane”, new study shows

    America’s white working-class communities feel they are being kept in the “slow lane” of social mobility while other groups speed past, according to a year-long study by UK and US researchers into their social and political views.

    University plugs regional skills gap with 125 new apprenticeships in health and construction
    University plugs regional skills gap with 125 new apprenticeships in health and construction

    Coventry University will tackle shortages in healthcare, construction and engineering across the West Midlands with 125 new degree apprenticeships.

    ‘Social Saturday’ offers chance for some community conscious shopping
    ‘Social Saturday’ offers chance for some community conscious shopping

    City shoppers are being encouraged to buy goods and services from a range of not-for-profit businesses that ‘trade for good’ at a special pop up market in Coventry this Saturday, 14 October.

    €4m funding win for West Midlands cities’ migration-friendly plan
    €4m funding win for West Midlands cities’ migration-friendly plan

    Three West Midlands cities have won over four million euros to help the region's communities get the maximum benefit from migration and improve migrants’ and refugees’ sense of belonging.

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