Find out if you're eligible and how to claim relocation expenses.
Starting work at Bath
Information and resources to help you get settled into life at the University.
Find out if you're eligible and how to claim immigration expenses.
Apply for an interest-free loan to cover Home Office visa application fees and legal advice, to secure a legal right to live and work in the UK.
Read the guidance to understand what is required from you to complete a DBS check as part of your role.
If you are considering relocating, read our guide to find out more about what Bath has to offer.
Practical information and guidance for new staff joining the University of Bath.
The Welcome Pack is full of useful information to help you as a new member of staff at the University.
Find out more about the course, review pre-work, online tools and course dates.
Use this map to find buildings and car parks on the campus.
Use our interactive map to help find your way around.
Understand the restrictions of your Student/Tier 4 visa so you can work in accordance with the terms of your visa.
Review and complete the University staff training which is relevant to your role.
Find out how to use the Development Toolkit to access online resources to support your professional and personal development.
Determine if the University coaching service is a suitable approach to help you address your career development or a specific work-related challenge.
The People Management Curriculum 2023-2024 provides focus on core management capabilities.
Employee guidance on how to use ESS.
ESS is part of iTrent, the University's HR and Payroll system which allows you to securely view and update your personal information.
The annual leave staff are entitled to and how to calculate it.
How to book annual leave and the authorisation process.
Log in to MSS to securely view and update information on your team.
Our Staff Networks are dedicated spaces for colleagues sharing particular circumstances or characteristics to connect with others and share their experiences.
Discover how the University can help all staff with a wide range of work, family and personal issues.
As a University member of staff, there are a number of services available to you to promote wellbeing and improve your work-life balance.
Probation is a period of time at the start of your employment for the University to assess your performance, conduct and suitability for your job.
What is required from new members of staff and their line managers during the probationary period.
Understand more about the probation arrangements and processes for Lecturers.
The Effective Behaviours Framework (EBF) describes the behaviours that distinguish effective performance and are highly valued in the University.