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Web & Digital Content Executive - U10083
Job Summary

The University of South Wales is seeking to appoint a highly skilled and experienced Web & Digital Content Executive to work within the Marketing & Student Recruitment Department. The successful candidate will have extensive online marketing experience with responsibility for developing, implementing and evaluating innovative and engaging website strategies, utilising research and analytics to deliver KPIs.

The successful applicant will have outstanding interpersonal and organisational skills, and experience of effectively managing outcome-focussed teams.

This position is primarily based at the University of South Wales Pontypridd Campus, with extensive presence at the Cardiff, Glyntaff and Newport campuses.

*Appointment will be made at minimum of the scale.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Marketing
Salary
*£35,211 - £40,792 per annum
Closing Date
29/05/2019
Full description
Student Recruitment & Outreach Manager - U001484
Job Summary

The highly-successful Student Recruitment Team within Marketing and Student Recruitment is seeking to appoint a Student Recruitment and Outreach Manager to lead and deliver on its liaison activity with schools and colleges, and the schools/ colleges liaison activity for one of the University’s Faculties. A key element of the role will be to maintain and develop key relationships with internal and external stakeholders (such as school and college contacts) and to develop a strategy for Faculty schools and colleges liaison activity. The post-holder will also be required to initiate and manage intervention and Widening Participation projects which increase awareness and promote the opportunities and benefits of study at the University among underrepresented groups. The successful candidate will develop and lead on a strategy for Widening Participation, in line with the University’s Fee and Access Plan, as well as develop and lead on Widening Participation interventions (working with First Campus and other partnership colleagues in doing so), and work with underrepresented groups from schools and colleges to generate applications and intake to the University. It will also be an expectation of the role to lead on the development of Progression and IAG Plans for each of the University’s Partner Colleges, including the promotion of its HE in FE provision.

Under the leadership of the Head of UK Student Recruitment, the role will involve delivering presentations to large audiences of students, parents and teachers, as well as organising events and outreach activities for school/ college students to gain an insight into life and studying at USW. This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding communicator, who is passionate about the University of South Wales and attracting students to study here. The post-holder will be based within a dynamic, fast-paced team and the role will involve working across a range of marketing functions. The successful applicant will have outstanding organisational and interpersonal skills, be able to innovate and forge partnerships, have experience of delivering activities for young people, and be flexible and hard-working.

This position is based at Pontypridd Campus, Treforest of the University of South Wales, however the post-holder will be expected to work from other campuses when required. Please note that extensive travel is required as part of this role, and the post-holder will be required to work weekends and evenings.

The terms and conditions of the post (including grade and salary) will be those of the University of South Wales.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Marketing
Salary
*£42,036 - £48,677 per annum
Closing Date
04/06/2019
Full description
CAPSE Senior Engineer - U10030
Job Summary

The Centre for Automotive Power Systems Engineering (CAPSE) Senior Engineer role will be to support the delivery of significant levels of commercial programmes and knowledge transfer activities to a number of leading organisation, businesses and sectors on a local, national and international level.

The role will be a demanding senior technical specialist role, with the person to be appointed having a knowledge of research and engineering associated with the low-carbon automotive and renewable energy sectors. The person will have a track record of delivering complex technical programmes of work for multi-disciplinary engineering projects with significant financial and strategic value. He/she should also have significant experience of leading elements of such technical programmes of work, especially in relation to the development of new energy storage solutions for the stationary and automotive sector, with a major focus on battery technologies. They should also be willing to support wider academic duties such as PhD student supervision. For full details please see the full person specification along with job role and / or contact CAPSE Principal Engineer Thomas Stockley via email thomas.stockley@southwales.ac.uk to discuss further.

Applications will be considered on submission and we reserve the right to close the position earlier if sufficient applications are received.

This position is based at Treforest Campus of the University of South Wales.

The terms and conditions of the post (including grade and salary) will be those of the University of South Wales.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Professional / Specialist
Salary
*£42,036 - £48,677 per annum
Closing Date
11/06/2019
Full description
CPE Research Fellow - U10057
Job Summary

The Centre for Photonics Expertise, (CPE), has recently been established at Glyndŵr’s OpTIC Centre in St Asaph. It is funded by the Welsh European Funding Office, (WEFO), through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The CPE Programme is a three-year programme led by Glyndŵr University in partnership with Aberystwyth University, Bangor University, and the University of South Wales.

 

The project will offer academic support to companies across all sectors in order to provide process and product developments using photonics technologies.

 

CPE’s aim is to unify the Wales Photonics research capability to deliver cross sector, industry driven photonics solutions, strengthening the Photonics market penetration of Wales “PLC” worldwide via a shared pan Wales Photonics Technology Presence. Leading to effective improvement in new product / process development for Welsh industry and creating a solid organisational foundation for future inward investments to build the Welsh economy.  

 

 Introduction

 

This position offers the post holder the opportunity to join an exciting and innovative ERDF funded Project designed to support Welsh companies deliver their next generation of products and processes.  The program offers academic support and resources in exploring and establishing Photonics based solutions to companies across all sectors based in the West Wales and Valleys region.   Working directly with the industrial and business communities in Wales the post holder will identify, establish and support collaborative R&D programmes. This is both a challenging and extremely rewarding position.  CPE aims to be instrumental in the delivery of Photonics based solutions in order to grow and support Welsh companies to succeed on the global market.

 

The University of South Wales is seeking two experienced Research Fellows for our new CPE Centre based at the University of South Wales in Treforest.  Large, medium and small enterprises within West Wales and the Valleys will be able to access leading academic knowledge and research facilities. CPE will be demand-led by companies, researching and piloting new innovative technologies, products and processes, specifically deploying photonic solutions.

The Research Fellows will undertake and where appropriate lead research activities within CPE sub-projects, including the development of personal, group or collaborative CPE project objectives and outputs. 

For full details, please see the full person specification along with job role. For any informal enquiry regarding the role, please contact Prof. Nigel Copner (nigel.copner@southwales.ac.uk) or Dr. Hatef Dinparasti Saleh (hatef.dinparastisaleh@southwales.ac.uk ).

Applications will be considered on submission and we reserve the right to close the positions earlier if sufficient applications are received.

This position is based at Treforest Campus of the University of South Wales.

The terms and conditions of the post (including grade and salary) will be those of the University of South Wales.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Research
Salary
*£35,211 - £40,792 per annum
Closing Date
04/07/2019
Full description
Aircraft Maintenance Lecturer - U010006
Job Summary

The Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science are seeking an Aircraft Maintenance Lecturer (Mechanically biased) to join the team responsible for the delivery and development of modules relating to Aircraft Maintenance Engineering. The Aviation Academy delivers courses from foundation to masters level. The subject area is a CAA/GCAA approved Part 147 organisation allowing us to embed and assess the theoretical and practical elements necessary for graduates to go on and achieve their Part 66 Category B1.1 Basic License.


The successful applicant will be experienced within the Aviation Industry and will have the ability to apply theory to practice.


He/she will have a commitment to excellence in teaching, learning and professional practice and will have experience of teaching or training, preferably in Higher Education. 


The successful candidate will report to the Academic Subject Manager of the Aviation Academy, liaising with the training manager and other academic staff about the awards offered.


This position is based at the Treforest Campus of the University of South Wales.
The terms and conditions of the post (including grade and salary) will be those of the University of South Wales.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Academic
Salary
*£35,211 - £40,792 per annum
Closing Date
05/06/2019
Full description
Lecturer, BA Primary Studies - (U007608)
Job Summary

The successful applicant will be required to:

  • contribute to preparation, teaching and assessment of modular performance by  students on relevant undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, including the design of teaching materials, the use of relevant teaching, learning support and assessment methods, which may include module leadership.
  • contribute to the development of the curriculum within the subject area of Primary ITE; contribute to the maintenance and development of existing modules and developing his/her own teaching  materials, methods and approaches, as appropriate;
  • assess student teachers’ achievements across the range of modules within the QTS course,  including assessment of practical, school-based experience;
  • communicate effectively with colleagues and students using internal systems, including web-based applications;
  • provide professional development tutorial support for students; ensure appropriate levels of pastoral care;
  • undertake administrative and organisational duties associated with academic courses;
  • contribute to the monitoring, evaluation and review of the programmes named above;
  • undertake research and scholarly activities with particular emphasis on developments in primary education;
  • participate in the academic life of the School of Education, Early Years and Social Work, the Faculty of Life Sciences and Education and the University as a whole.

General duties

  • To comply with university policies relating to health and safety, equality of opportunity, safeguarding and data management
  • To be reviewed under the Staff Appraisal and Development and Performance Review Scheme.
  • To undertake any other duties as maybe assigned from time to time commensurate with the grade and as required by the Director of ITE,  Deputy Head or Head of School.
Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Newport
Categories
Academic
Salary
*£35,211- £40,792 per annum
Closing Date
30/05/2019
Full description
Senior Lecturer/ Course Leader in Operational Policing - U10104
Job Summary

This position is based at one of our partnered police forces across the South West. The forces include Dorset and Devon & Cornwall. Please indicate, in order of preference, the Force(s) you wish to work with.

The post holder will contribute to the delivery of the School’s growing award base in the operational policing arena, particularly the College of Policing’s Policing Education Qualifications Framework (PEQF) entry routes. The post holder will be responsible for providing effective and high quality learning opportunities for students off campus. The post holder will also be required to contribute to an excellent student experience for all student officers and policing apprentices, and provide appropriate support and pastoral care for them. A key part of this role relates to the collaborative aspect of delivering operational policing programmes and will involve ensuring that key stakeholders work together to deliver programmes that align to the requirements of police force(s), the College of Policing and USW. Part of this role will also include scholarly activity and the undertaking of applied research to enable knowledge transfer to internal and external stakeholders.

The terms and conditions of the post (including grade and salary) will be those of the University of South Wales.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd- Glyntaff
Categories
Academic
Salary
*£42,036 - £48,677 per annum
Closing Date
05/06/2019
Full description
Armed Forces Liaison Officer - U003751
Job Summary

To manage the day-to-day activity of Armed Forces applicants ensuring that all enquiries and admissions response deadlines are met and that processes are carried out in line with standard operating procedures.

The effective management of inbound and outbound communications to enquirers, applicants, their advisors and agents.

Overseeing key recruitment activity that has a direct impact on the University's ability to convert student enquiries into enrolments.

This position is based at Pontypridd Campus (Glyntaff) of the University of South Wales.

The terms and conditions of the post (including grade and salary) will be those of the University of South Wales.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd - Glyntaff
Categories
Professional / Specialist
Salary
*£24,771 - £28,660 per annum pro rata
Closing Date
29/05/2019
Full description
Lecturer in Quantity Surveying and Project Management - U001347
Job Summary

The University of South Wales seeks a lecturer in Quantity Surveying and Project Management to contribute in a number of key areas across the Built Environment subject.

Main Purpose of the Job:

1. To develop and deliver high-quality teaching material in the fields of Quantity Surveying and Project Management with particular focus on Contract Management, Financial Management, Construction Management and Cost Management.

2. To contribute to the planning, design and development of programmes and short courses.

3. To engage in scholarly activity and undertake scholarly activity, research and income generation.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Academic
Salary
*£35,211 - £40,792 per annum
Closing Date
11/06/2019
Full description
Lecturer in TV and Film Set Design - (U005517)
Job Summary

 

Bydd y Darlithydd Dylunio yn cyfrannu at gyflawni profiad addysgu ac ysgolheigaidd effeithiol i fyfyrwyr y Brifysgol, ac yn helpu i hybu ei huchelgeisiau o ran ymchwil a throsglwyddo gwybodaeth. Yn benodol, bydd y rôl yn cynnwys trefnu, goruchwylio ac addysgu i mewn i fodiwlau allweddol yn seiliedig mewn stiwdio, yn nisgyblaeth Dylunio Setiau Teledu a Ffilm. Bydd hyn yn cynnwys addysgu i bob grŵp blwyddyn, dilyn gweithdrefnau sicrwydd ansawdd, a chydlynu â chydweithwyr academaidd a thechnegol eraill.

The Lecturer in Design will contribute to the delivery of an effective teaching and scholarly experience for the University’s students, and to help further its ambitions in research and knowledge transfer.  In particular the role will involve the organisation, overseeing and teaching into key studio based modules within the discipline of TV And Film Set Design. This will include teaching to all year groups, following quality assurance procedures, coordinating with other academic and technical colleagues. 

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Cardiff
Categories
Academic
Salary
*£35,211 - £40,792 per annum /pro rata
Closing Date
06/06/2019
Full description