To search for a current vacancy, please use the fields below. Alternatively, please leave all fields blank if you want to view all our current vacancies.

If you don't see any vacancies that are appropriate to what you're currently looking for then don't forget you can sign up for Email Alerts to receive details on future opportunities. Either way thank you for your interest in University of South Wales.

We welcome applications in Welsh and an application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English. 

(Hold the ctrl (pc) or cmd (Mac) keys for multi-selects)

(Hold the ctrl (pc) or cmd (Mac) keys for multi-selects)


There are 9 results that match your search.

Don't forget that you can refine or revise your search above, or if there's nothing appropriate then use our Register Interest facility for Job Alerts.

Senior Lecturer in Analytical Toxicology - U010932
Job Summary
  1. To utilise their expertise in the fields of analytical toxicology and quality in the forensic laboratory to: design and deliver teaching and assessment and be responsible for curriculum development in this field; to engage externally with relevant authorities and service providers to ensure the curriculum is relevant, innovative and meets the requirements of professional bodies and the employment sector; to lead on the skills and career development of students in the areas of analytical toxicology, laboratory management systems and quality.
  2. To work in the capacity of Course Leader for the BSc/MSci Forensic Science course (plus any other courses assigned by the Academic Subject Manager) acting as a figurehead for the course internally and externally, and being responsible for the quality of the course through quality assurance reviews and enhancement processes and leading on issues such as recruitment, retention and progression of students, skills and career development of students in the areas of analytical toxicology, laboratory management systems and quality
  3. Contribute more generally to the delivery of a wider range of crime investigation and analytical science based modules, especially within the field of forensic chemistry and undertake administrative duties as associated with the roles of the Module Leader.
  4. To lead on the marketing of the BSc/MSci Forensic Science course and to work as part of a team responsible for the recruitment and progression of students from schools and colleges, and from USW’s collaborative partners.
  5. To engage extensively in external engagement with the forensic science service sector, and to secure opportunities for collaboration, research, student projects, student placements and other learning experiences.
  6. To engage in applied research and potential income generation with a principle focus upon analytical toxicology or broader forensic science disciplines.
Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Academic
Salary
£42,792-£49,553 per annum
Closing Date
10/01/2020
Full description
Hourly Paid Lecturer - Engineering - Hourly Paid Lecturer
Job Summary

To contribute to the delivery and development of courses at undergraduate and post graduate level.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Treforest
Categories
Academic
Salary
£44.65 per hour
Closing Date
29/11/2019
Full description
Estates Building Surveyor - U010895
Job Summary

The Estates Building Surveyor will ensure the delivery of high quality estates services to all campus buildings focussing on condition survey work, asset tagging, and development of Planned Preventative Maintenance plans. The post will also undertake some project management functions including minor building works, refurbishments, and repairs. The role is integral to the department and wider University, and the post holder will work across various teams, including projects, sustainability, and maintenance. The post holder will be expected to be highly technically competent and knowledgeable with regards to building fabric and services. The position will continually monitor the performance of the physical estate, analysing maintenance costs and trend analysis through the effective delivery of a computer aided facilities management system (CAFM).

The role will ensure the physical condition of the estate is understood together with the implication on the Universities estates strategic plans, cyclical, planned and reactive maintenance and the budget allocation decisions that are taken as a result.

The role will also support the business planning process for new projects and investments into the University Estate, and will support the appraisal of requests from internal business partners. Following an initial appraisal of viability by the building surveyor, projects will then be developed and implemented by colleagues in the Projects team, and on occasions by the Estates Building Surveyor.

Profile:

The post holder will possess significant experience of condition surveying large and complex buildings and project management skills and will be familiar with the RICS guidance documents on maintenance management, condition surveying and other related technical legislation.  Additionally the post holder will have good communication skills and significant experience of working with and managing internal and external stakeholders.

The post holder will join us in sharing, supporting and owning our department vision of: Working Together; Enabling Success. The vision reflects our role, our aspirations and our behaviours in providing the infrastructure and investment allowing our staff and our students to engage with each other and deliver for themselves and the University. In challenging ourselves individually and collectively, we aim to be the best we can be; accountable and empowered to continually improve and deliver solutions across our Estate. This aligns with the University core values of Inspiring, Responsible, Creative and Professional.

Highly organised, the post holder will possess excellent inter-personal, analytical, communication and negotiation skills; these being key attributes required for success in the role. Additionally, the post holder will be comfortable working in a cross-functional role and be adept at working as an individual and part of a team, be prepared to challenge professional colleagues and contractors. The post holder will be the expert in building surveying and lead, support and encourage all members of the department in working together to enable success.

Staff Management Responsibility:

The Estates Building Surveyor will report to the Head of Estate Development and Maintenance and be part of an immediate team of mixed professionals including architects, project managers, space planners and maintenance specialists. There are no direct reports for this post, but cross-departmental working is essential.

 

 

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd - Treforest
Categories
Professional / Specialist
Salary
Grade F *£35,845-£41,526 per annum
Closing Date
22/11/2019
Full description
Lecturer in Policing Practice - U010948
Job Summary

The Lecturer in Policing Practice will contribute to the delivery of the School’s growing undergraduate and postgraduate policing related awards. The post holder will be responsible for providing effective and high quality learning opportunities for students/ student officers off and on campus. The post holder will also be required to contribute to an excellent student experience for all students, and provide appropriate support and pastoral care for them. A key part of this role will be scholarly activity and the undertaking of applied research to enable knowledge transfer to internal and external stakeholders. Income generation activities may also be required.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Devon and Cornwall police training facilities
Categories
Academic
Salary
£35,845-£41,526
Closing Date
28/11/2019
Full description
Senior Lecturer in Policing Practice - U010949/U010950
Job Summary

The Senior Lecturer in Operational Policing 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.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Gloucestershire and Wiltshire
Categories
Academic
Salary
£42,792-£49,553
Closing Date
28/11/2019
Full description
Energy and Sustainability Analyst - U010894
Job Summary

To collate and analyse utility and carbon data, identifying trends and to make recommendations on how improvements to energy efficiency can be made.

To assist the Energy and Sustainability Manager in driving forward the University’s energy, carbon and sustainability agenda, through the delivery of environmental projects and initiatives. 

Assist with the preparation and production of sustainability reports with a specific focus on energy efficiency. Communicate the trends and outcomes of reports with internal stakeholders.

The post holder will join us in sharing, supporting and owning our department vision of: Working Together; Enabling Success. The vision reflects our role, our aspirations and our behaviours in providing the infrastructure and investment allowing our staff and our students to engage with each other and deliver for themselves and the University. In challenging ourselves individually and collectively, we aim to be the best we can be; accountable and empowered to continually improve and deliver solutions across our Estate. This aligns with the University core values of Inspiring, Responsible, Creative and Professional.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Administration
Salary
£21,236-£24,461
Closing Date
02/12/2019
Full description
Lecturer in Photography - U009571
Job Summary

1. To develop and deliver high-quality teaching material in the field of Photography.

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
Cardiff
Categories
Academic
Salary
£35,845-£41,526
Closing Date
02/12/2019
Full description
Regional Student Recruitment Officer (South West) - U010402
Job Summary

You will work with schools and colleges in the South West of England and other regions in England as required. Under the leadership of the Head of UK Student Recruitment, the role will involve in providing information, advice and guidance and delivering presentations to students, parents and teachers, and generating new leads in schools and colleges in England for the University of South Wales.

You will innovate and forge partnerships and have experience of delivering activities for young people.

This position will involve extensive travel and will be based primarily in the field. You will be required to work from home on occasion, in addition to the University’s campuses.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
South West England
Categories
Professional / Specialist
Salary
£30,046-34,804
Closing Date
26/11/2019
Full description
Conversion Officer - (U002621)
Job Summary

.

Working closely with the CRM Manager, generate and distribute high quality content which will aid conversion of enquirers to applicants and applicants to enrolled students

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

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd - Treforest
Categories
Administration
Salary
*£25,217.00 - £29,176.00 per annum
Closing Date
28/11/2019
Full description