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Research Assistant - Smart Cymru - U011191
Job Summary

SMART Cymru partnership between the University of South Wales and Aurora International Consulting

The University of South Wales seeks to appoint a SMART Cymru Associate to be an integral part of its collaboration with Aurora International Consulting (https://www.aurorainternationalconsulting.com/) that seeks to develop an AI based system for reviewing Method Statements and Risk Assessments for the construction industry. The SMART Cymru is funded by Welsh Government.

The Associate will have a strong educational and/or industrial background in software development, ideally with a good knowledge of AI techniques and development. They will be employed by the University of South Wales but will spend the majority of their time in Aurora’s offices in Port Talbot. Moreover, there will be the occasional need to visit London to meet with staff belonging to the IBM Watson team.

This position is based at Aurora International Consulting Limited.

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
Aurora International Consulting Limited
Categories
Research
Salary
*£25,217 - £29,176 per annum
Closing Date
18/06/2020
Full description
Lecturer in Forensic Science - RD-7593
Job Summary

JOB DESCRIPTION

Title:  Lecturer in Forensic Sciences (Crime Scene Investigation and Criminalistics)

 

Type of Contract: Permanent

 

Grade:  F

 

Responsible to: Academic Subject Manager – Forensic and Analytical Sciences

 

Responsible for:

In collaboration with the wider team, the post-holder is responsible for the design and delivery of a broad range of modules and innovative effective student assessment experiences in the areas of crime scene investigation, practical/laboratory-based forensic analysis, and broader intelligence, evidence analysis and interpretation, plus engagement in all related quality assurance and enhancement related tasks.

Main Purpose of the Job:

 

1.  To undertake teaching, assessment, and curriculum development on a range of modules delivering knowledge and skills on the areas outlined above.

 

2. To engage in research and scholarly activity with a principle focus upon crime scene investigation and practical criminalistics.

 

3. To undertake administrative duties as associated with the role of the Module Leader, to provide direction to students with regards to skills and career development in crime scene and forensic investigation. To engage externally with the criminal investigation and forensic sector to ensure the curriculum is relevant, innovative and meets the requirements of professional bodies, the QAA, and the employment sector.

 

4. To work as part of a team to promote USW and its activities and the courses within the broader community.

 

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

 

Teaching and Learning

 

Demonstrate innovative approaches to teaching, learning and assessment through the use of a wide range of learning resources and appropriate pedagogic practice.
Ensure that your teaching is informed by contemporary practise and regulatory standards in the criminal justice and forensic science field and develops the skills and knowledge of students in this area.
Reflect critically on your own teaching practice, implement improvements, disseminate good practice to others, engage actively with the quality monitoring and enhancement processes and with professional accreditation processes as appropriate.
Ensure that students have an effective and engaging learning experience by providing high quality academic guidance and advice and by enhancing their employability.

 

 

Student Experience

 

To promote and implement initiatives, working practices and similar that enhance the student experience.

 

To recognise the critical nature of the National Student Survey (and other league tables) and ensure a positive approach to improvement of the student experience at all times.

 

 

Leadership and Management

 

Work effectively as a team member, taking part in committees and working groups and where appropriate supervising and/or mentoring other members of staff.

 

Take a lead in your own area of expertise and lead/co-ordinate the work of other staff to ensure modules, and enterprise or research projects are delivered to the standards required.

 

Support colleagues with less experience and advise on personal development and training in own area of expertise where appropriate.

 

Undertake professional development in support of teaching and research, and if appropriate in support of enhancing the student experience and curriculum management.

 

 

Scholarly Activity, Research and Income Generation

 

Extend, transform and apply knowledge acquired from scholarship to learning, research and/or appropriate external activities

 

Enhance your academic practice by engaging in one or more of the following activities

Work with a range of external partners and professional bodies/agencies nationally and internationally
Write or contribute to publications in peer reviewed journals
Disseminate academic work/ research findings via presentations at conferences/ exhibitions or other appropriate events
Supervise research students

 

Contribute to the promotion and external profile of the University and adopt a customer/client-focused approach where appropriate

 

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Glyntaff
Categories
Academic
Salary
35,845
Closing Date
18/06/2020
Full description
Lecturer Child Nursing - U011282
Job Summary

The Faculty of Life Sciences and Education, School of Care Sciences, is seeking to appoint a lecturer in child health nursing to join an existing team of academic staff and to contribute to a range of modules and courses across pre and post-registration programmes. The post holder will support the Course Leader and Specialist Lead for Child Health Nursing and assume the role of practice placement link lecturer for a number of clinical areas The post holder must have two years or more post-registration professional experience of delivering and managing services for children needing neonatal or critical care interventions and have active registration with the NMC. The post holder must also have current experience of facilitating the learning of students across a range of settings. This post is open to a three year fixed term secondment from suitably qualified applicants This position is based at Glyntaff Site 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. For informal enquiries please contact Dr Mark Broom Academic Subject Manager, mark.broom@southwales.ac.uk direct line 01443 483131 or Professor Ruth Northway Head of Research ruth.northway@southwales.ac.uk direct line 01443 483177 .

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Glyntaff
Categories
Academic
Salary
£35,845 - £41,526 per annum
Closing Date
11/06/2020
Full description
Senior Research Assistant - RD-7552
Job Summary

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of South Wales would like to appoint to a Senior Research Assistant position for a British Academy funded research project titled ‘Exploring the Experience of Violence and Loss of Dignity Among Rohingyas in Bangladesh and Internally Displaced People in Afghanistan’. 

We welcome applications from highly motivated candidates with good working knowledge of current and ongoing developments in the field of research work.

For informal enquiries, please contact Palash Kamruzzaman on Skype or email at: palash.kamruzzaman@southwales.ac.uk or Tim John on Skype or email at tim.john@southwales.ac.uk

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
Treforest
Categories
Research
Salary
£30,046
Closing Date
09/06/2020
Full description
Lecturer in Law - U011309
Job Summary

The Faculty of Business and Society is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Law, with a specialism in contract law.


The successful candidate would join a strong team of committed staff and contribute to the delivery of contract law and foundation law subject modules, with teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.


The School has a vibrant student population with high levels of student satisfaction across a strong portfolio of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses. Alongside this is a well-established Legal Advice Clinic that provides volunteering opportunities for students to provide pro bono advice to the public under the supervision of professionally qualified staff.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Treforest
Categories
Academic
Salary
35,845
Closing Date
26/06/2020
Full description
Lecturer in Law - U011310
Job Summary

The Faculty of Business and Society is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Law, with a specialism in criminal law.


The successful candidate would join a strong team of committed staff and contribute to the delivery of criminal law and criminal litigation modules on both academic and professional courses, with teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. There will also be opportunity for the candidate to contribute to the law foundation subjects.


The School has a vibrant student population with high levels of student satisfaction across a strong portfolio of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses. Alongside this is a well-established Legal Advice Clinic that provides volunteering opportunities for students to provide pro bono advice to the public under the supervision of professionally qualified staff.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Treforest
Categories
Academic
Salary
35,845
Closing Date
26/06/2020
Full description
Lecturer in Law - U011308
Job Summary

The Faculty of Business and Society is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in Law, with a specialism in commercial and corporate law.


The successful candidate would join a strong team of committed staff and contribute to the delivery of commercial and corporate law, and foundation law subject modules, with teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.


The School has a vibrant student population with high levels of student satisfaction across a strong portfolio of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses. Alongside this is a well-established Legal Advice Clinic that provides volunteering opportunities for students to provide pro bono advice to the public under the supervision of professionally qualified staff.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Treforest
Categories
Academic
Salary
35,845
Closing Date
26/06/2020
Full description
Research Fellow in Materials Chemistry and Catalysis - RD-7640
Job Summary

A postdoctoral research associate position, funded by the Leverhulme Trust for a period of up to 36 months, is available within the group of Dr Andy Graham at the University of South Wales, UK. The position, which is part of an on-going collaboration with Professor Stuart Taylor, (Cardiff Catalysis Institute, Cardiff University) is available from 1st July 2020.


The two research groups have a successful track record of innovative research at the interface of catalysis, inorganic materials, and synthetic organic chemistry. This project seeks to further extend this relationship to develop strategies to access a new class of hierarchical hybrid inorganic/organic materials, produced by surface functionalisation of nanotubular structures, and to harness their potential as novel catalytic materials.


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

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Glyntaff
Categories
Research
Salary
35,845
Closing Date
02/07/2020
Full description