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Kingston University
53–57 High Street
Kingston upon Thames
United Kingdom

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Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 3118

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Welcome to the job pages of Kingston University, an established institution with a well-earned reputation.

Here you can discover more about Kingston University, our location and what it is like to work for us, as well as finding details of all our current jobs and applying for them online. If you have any questions about the application process, please see how to apply.


Search for jobs at Kingston University and apply online.

You can also view the vacancies at our partner institution St George's University of London.

Diversity and equality

The University prides itself on embracing diversity and promoting equality. We welcome applications regardless of gender, race, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, disability or religious belief. For more information, please see our equality page.

Information to assist disabled job applicants can be found in Supporting Disabled Job Applicants (PDF).

Kingston University is proud to have a diverse and varied workforce. At the same time, we are committed to ensuring that we have thoroughly pursued potential applications from resident workers before appointing an overseas candidate. Please refer to the Home Office website for more information. 

Right to work in the UK

If you are successful in your application you will be required to demonstrate your right to work in the UK before you start work with us. Please read our document on the right to work in the UK (PDF) for more information.

Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) procedure

The University is committed to safeguarding and protecting children and vulnerable groups. The majority of our posts will not require a DBS disclosure and requests will be made in accordance with the eligibility criteria as set out by the Vetting and Barring Scheme.

All applicants will need to disclose any unspent (current) convictions at the outset of the recruitment process. However, roles which require a DBS check and are therefore exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act, applicants will need to disclose both unspent and spent convictions.

The University is legally entitled to ask applicants of the details of any spent and unspent conviction.

Our DBS Procedure for Staff (PDF) will ensure a fair process is applied to all our recruitment and is in line with the Rehabilitation of Ex-Offenders Act 1974. Please read the DBS procedure and Recruitment of Ex-Offenders Policy (PDF) for more information.


Kingston University is based across four campuses in and around Kingston upon Thames, a busy riverside town on the borders of London and Surrey. In addition, our Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education is operated jointly with St George's, University of London, which is partly based at their campus in Tooting.

Find out more about our location and campuses.

About Kingston University

Watch our Kingston Stories videos to find out more about Kingston University:

  • 1348 – Head of School of Education
    Naturally you will have an abundance of skills and attributes that you will bring to the role. But in particular you will need an excellent track record of improving efficiency management budgets and financial planning, an in-depth understanding of the national and international contexts of teacher education, as well as experience of academic leadership, successful income generation, and managing and chairing committees. Your leadership, management and organisational skills will be vital to the success of the role.
  • 1355 – Hourly Paid Lecturer Urbanism, Spatial Planning and Sustainability
    We are looking for an experienced teacher with either a good post-graduate degree, or professional experience, in a closely related field of Urbanism, Spatial Planning and Sustainability. It is also important that you bring strong communication, organisational and practice / research skills, alongside the abilities to really get students to engage with your lessons and the course.

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