Career Opportunities Made Easier – Launch of the YUFE Job Portal

The partner institutions of our YUFE Alliance share a commitment towards staff development, career progression and personal growth along their YUFE Staff Journey – with equality, diversity and inclusivity at the heart of everything we do. We believe that staff members at all career levels are the key to the successful creation and development of our YUFE European University.

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Guided by our vision and shared commitment, we are launching the YUFE Job Portal as part of the YUFE Staff Portal on the YUFE Virtual Campus. By doing so, our Alliance aims to facilitate local and international job searches, and to substantially widen the recruitment area and talent pool across our and other European regions within a global context. Our job vacancy platform offers an opportunity to list job advertisements and funding opportunities in one place to universities, other education providers, research institutes, companies, public bodies and non-governmental organisations in the YUFE regions. In the first stage of the launch, only job vacancies from the YUFE partner institutions will be published on the portal. In the long term, the portal will be gradually expanded to allow other stakeholders to post their job openings as well.

Join a YUFE partner institution and create your own YUFE career journey with us: YUFE – Career Opportunities.

Source: YUFE

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