King's College London



About King's 


King's College London is one of England's oldest and most prestigious universities, a multi-faculty research-led institution based in the heart of London, and one of the world's top 25 universities. King's has over 27,600 students (including nearly 10,500 postgraduates) from some 150 countries and over 7,000 employees. King's provides an intellectually rigorous environment in which to work.


King’s is committed to providing a stretching and outstanding experience that harnesses the talent within our diverse community of students, staff and alumni and ensures our graduates fulfil their full potential.  We aim to achieve this by building a network for life through an explicit golden thread of engagement which connects potential applicants, current students and alumni to King’s.  This means that we expect all King’s staff to care and be cared for, to empower and be empowered and to be proud to be held to account for their part in achieving our shared vision.  King’s recognises that our students deserve the best experience and we take personal and collective responsibility for improving the experience of our students as a core institutional value.   We are committed to equipping our students to influence their experience and take advantage of all that King’s as a global London university has to offer them.


Confidentiality


In the course of your work you may have access to personal or confidential information which must not be disclosed or made available to any other person unless in the performance of your duties or with specific permission from your Dean of Faculty/ Division /Department. (In particular if your work involves the handling of clinical samples and/or patient data, NHS policies for the maintenance of security and confidentiality of NHS systems and data must be observed). Breaches in confidentiality may lead to disciplinary action.


Diversity and inclusion 


We would be grateful if all candidates would complete the equal opportunities monitoring information. This helps us develop policies and action plans for promoting and celebrating diversity and inclusion at King's. Thank you.

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