Page 1: Expression of Interest for staff in STEMM who have protected characteristics interested in reverse mentoring senior staff

Are you a staff member working in a STEMM faculty and have a protected characteristic? This means LGBTQ staff, staff with disabilities, BAME staff, women and people with caring responsibilities or flexible work patterns. Could you reverse mentor a senior University of Nottingham leader?

 

If you would be willing to undergo the training and become a reverse mentor to a UoN leader please proceed to the next page and complete the expression of interest form by Monday 3 February 2020.

Completing the expression of interest form should take about 10 minutes. You do not have to complete the form all at once. You can save and return to it later. Just click "Finish Later" and follow the instructions to save. 

If you would like to discuss the opportunity further, contact lucy.williams@nottingham.ac.uk

Thank you for considering participating in this important work.

 

Collection of Personal Information. 

In the form, we will be collecting personal information about you, including gender, disability, sexual orientation and ethnicity data, in order to be able to contact you to give you further information about the reverse mentoring scheme, to help with pairing you up with a reverse mentee and to arrange preparation and support for you. We will also use the data to monitor how many staff with different characteristics participate in the scheme and to evaluate the success of the scheme. Your name will be removed from the monitoring data. We will be evaluating the scheme and you will be offered the opportunity separately to participate in the evaluation. You will not be identifiable in any evaluation reports.  All questions are optional and you can withdraw from completing the form at any time. 

 

Privacy Notice: The University of Nottingham processes your personal data in order to provide its service to you.

Please visit https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/utilities/privacy/privacy.aspx

For our Privacy Notices, which explain how we process your personal data and the rights you have with respect to your personal information.

Specific information on the purposes for which we process your data and the legal bases for this is available at

https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/utilities/privacy/privacy-information-for-research-participants.aspx

 


Proceed to the next page if you would like to sign up for the reverse mentoring scheme.