List of guides, briefings and information


A brief guide to career conversations with research staff. Vitae 2015

Guidance for Research Directors and PIs to support succesful career conversations with members of research staff.


A brief guide to career conversations with research staff. Editable version.Vitae 2015

Guidance for Research Directors and PIs to support succesful career conversations with members of research staff. This version can be edited to include resources and opportunities on offer by your organisation.


A brief guide to the Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers for research directors and principal investigators Vitae 2015

The UK Concordat is an agreement between research funders and institutions setting out principles related to employment and career development support for researchers.



Concordat discussion paper, 2016

This briefing is intended to prompt institutions and research institutes to consider how they are supporting all staff engaged in research, particularly early career staff.


Concordat to Support the Career Development of researchers: Vitae briefing for senior managers 2009

Emerging themes and practical examples relevant to senior managers implementing the Concordat.


Concordat to Support the Career Development of researchers: overview of Vitae briefings for stakeholders 2009

A chart summarising the major areas of focus for various groups of staff mapped across the Concordat's main principles.


Concordat to Support the Career Development of researchers: Vitae briefing for career specialists 2009

Emerging themes and practical examples relevant to career specialists implementing the Concordat.


Concordat to Support the Career Development of researchers: Vitae briefing for human resources specialists 2009

Emerging themes and practical examples relevant to human resources specialists implementing the Concordat.


Concordat to Support the Career Development of researchers: Vitae briefing for staff developers 2009

Emerging themes and practical examples relevant to staff developers implementing the Concordat.