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The Human Resources department (HR) will have sent you your offer of employment along with a welcome pack. HR can offer support and advice in relation to your terms and conditions of employment and your move to the University of Nottingham.
You will find your contact within HR on their staff pages.
Video: Jaspal Kaur
Director of Human Resources
Transcript (pdf, 52KB)
As well as offering a professional and confidential advisory service both pre and post arrival, the International Office also co-ordinates a range of events and activities to ensure that international staff and academic visitors and their families make the transition to living and working in the UK as quickly and easily as possible and get the most out of their time at the University - for more information please contact the International Support Services team.
The University is committed to supporting and promoting training and staff development, recognising that it represents an investment in the University's most important asset, its staff. Planning and provision of University-wide training and staff development activities is co-ordinated through Professional Development. The mission of the unit is to promote achievement of the principal aims of the University and its units, whilst at the same time providing opportunities for all staff to fulfil their potential.
The Payroll Section has overall responsibility for the payroll functions at the University of Nottingham. Our aim is to ensure that all employees are paid in a timely and accurate manner. Payroll staff provide a quality customer service through a commitment to excellence and continuous improvement.
If you are a new academic member of staff the library staff would be pleased to hear from you so that they can help you to make the best use of library resources. Please contact the relevant subject staff.
To access the National Health Service you first have to register with a doctor (often referred to as a GP).
Doctors in the United Kingdom have catchment areas. The NHS doctors at The University of Nottingham Health Service have a very large catchment area so you may find this the easiest practice to register with.
Details of all NHS doctors are available from public libraries, post offices, the local Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) and on the website http://www.nhs.uk/.
Nottingham is a very multicultural city and there are a variety of specialist food retailers proving e.g. halal / kosher food, Eastern European food, Chinese food etc. In addition to this, many of the larger shops and supermarkets provide produce and spices to cover a wide range of cultural tastes. Use Google to search for specific shops around Nottingham.
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