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Lecturer in Counselling Psychology - U009436
Job Summary

Lecturer in Therapeutic Studies (Counselling Psychologist)

Grade F, *£35,845 - 41,526 per annum

*appointment will be made to the minimum of the scale, pro rata

Permanent Contract, Part Time 0.5 FTE

External Vacancy

The Faculty of Life Sciences and Education is seeking to appoint a Lecturer (part-time) to join the School of Psychology and Therapeutic Studies. The successful applicant will primarily support our Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology, delivering quality learning and teaching, supervision of research students and overseeing the quality of placements. You will also teach elsewhere in our portfolio according to your expertise. The successful candidate must be a Counselling Psychologist.

 

This is an opportunity to join a vibrant and enthusiastic team, which encompasses a wide range of counselling and psychotherapy approaches.  This job may suit you if you are an experienced counselling psychologist with up-to-date knowledge of the subject area and a commitment to training new therapists in best practice. A Doctorate and interest in developing your research profile are strong advantages, as is experience in teaching in Higher Education.

 

The course is based at our light and modern Newport Campus, which has excellent public transport links. Students benefit from placements in our in-house counselling services and a purpose built counselling clinic used by both courses and services.

 

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
Newport
Categories
Academic
Salary
£35,845-£41,526 per annum pro rata
Closing Date
28/02/2020
Full description
CRM & Email Marketing Officer - (U002621)
Job Summary

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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
22/01/2020
Full description
NDEC Trainer - U010403
Job Summary

The NDEC Trainer will be responsible to the NDEC Training Lead, for the delivery of workshops across the South East Wales region. Duties include:

  • Be responsible for organising, developing and delivering workshops based on computational thinking and its applications within other STEM subjects.
  • Establish and maintain contact with all schools and colleges to raise the profile and encourage participation in the NDEC programme.
  • Manage and maintain the regular contact that is required with the schools and colleges to inform them of the topics and format of the workshops, master classes and events available through the NDEC Operation.
  • Work with local schools and colleges to determine their specific needs in respect of tailored activities, including work experience opportunities and school-based workshops.
  • Be responsible for the preparation and upkeep of the NDEC programme of activities for schools and colleges.
  • Engage with local academics to raise the profile of and gain support for NDEC.
  • Explore opportunities to engage local business and industry in NDEC.
  • Engage with STEM representatives from local education authorities to raise the profile of and gain support for NDEC.
  • Engage with the four Regional Education Consortia and other education and young person support organisations to develop collaborative links.
  • Ensure best practice in event management in respect of, e.g., allocation of resources; catering requirements; administration; school access to university campus; and speaker arrangements.
  • Manage and coordinate all regional reporting requirements for the programme and ensure accurate record keeping of all NDEC participant information.
  • Work closely with the Training Lead to ensure all information required to support the project’s audit requirements is collated and maintained appropriately.
  • Attend local and pan-Wales education events representing NDEC for research and promotional opportunities.
  • Recommend and develop appropriate content for the NDEC website.
  • Promote equality and diversity in working practices and to maintain positive working relationships.
  • Lead on the continual improvement of health and safety performance through a good understanding of the risk profile and the development of a positive health and safety culture. 
  • Any other duties as directed by the Training Lead expected within the pay grade definition.
Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
National Digital Exploitation Centre (NDEC), Ebbw Vale
Categories
Academic
Salary
£30,046 - £34,804* per annum
Closing Date
21/02/2020
Full description
Ddarlithydd, BA (Hons) Astudiaethau Cynradd gyda SAC - U011094
Job Summary

The lecturer will be required to:

  • contribute to preparation, teaching and assessment of modular performance by  students on the programme, 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 initial teacher education; contribute to the maintenance and development of existing modules and developing his/her own teaching  materials, methods and approaches, as appropriate;
  • enhancing work with our extensive network of partner schools;
  • assess student teachers’ achievements across the range of modules within the programme,  including assessment of practical, school-based experience;
  • provide professional development tutorial support for students; ensure appropriate levels of pastoral care;
  • contribute to the monitoring, evaluation and review of the programme;
  • develop core research skills, supported by the University’s staff development programme, to work towards Masters or PhD and to inform curriculum design;
  • 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:

The lecturer will be required to:

  • 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
*£35845- £41,526 per annum
Closing Date
31/01/2020
Full description
Alumni Volunteering Officer - U011084
Job Summary

As the University of South Wales embarks on a new strategic vision, we seek an enthusiastic Alumni Volunteering Officer to help devise and deliver a step change in how the University works with and celebrates the impact of its graduate volunteers.

Working closely with the Head of Alumni Relations and Development, this role will deliver significant impact on student recruitment and the student experience, and is integral to the University’s drive to develop its philanthropic engagement.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Administration
Salary
£25,217-£29,176
Closing Date
03/02/2020
Full description
Senior Lecturer Midwifery - U000688
Job Summary

Title:  Senior Lecturer Midwifery

 

Type of Contract: Permanent

 

Grade:  G

 

Responsible to: Academic Subject Manager, Pre Registration (Professional Regulation), School of Care Sciences

 

Responsible for: learning

 

Main Purpose of the Job:

 

Undertake teaching, learning and assessment processes, curriculum development and module/course leadership supporting the School’s activities across Midwifery and core specialist clinical activities
Engage in applied research and scholarly activity and to support the School in strategies for income generation
Develop and maintain links with Partner Health Service Providers and other external partners

 

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 learning/teaching activities are informed by contemporary evidence and research and facilitate students to engage in debate, critical discourse and rational thinking in practice based settings
Reflect critically on own clinical, managerial and teaching practice, implement improvements, disseminate good practice to others and engage actively with the quality monitoring and enhancement processes and with professional body and accreditation processes
Ensure that students have an effective learning experience by providing high quality academic and clinical guidance and advice and by enhancing their employability

Scholarly Activity, Research and Income Generation

Extend, transform and apply knowledge acquired from scholarship to learning, research and appropriate external activities
Make a substantial contribution to bids and tenders for external projects or contracts and contribute to a strategy for commercialisation

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

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

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

 

Student Experience

Promote and implement initiatives, working practices, academic and clinical experiences, actual and simulated, that enhance the student experience
Recognise the critical nature of the National Student Survey (and other league tables) and ensure a positive approach to improvement the student experience at all times
Lead course initiatives that will result in a positive impact on the NSS and general student experience

 

Leadership and Management

Work effectively as a team member, chairing committees curriculum development and working groups and where appropriate supervising and/or mentoring other members of staff
Lead in own area of expertise and lead/co-ordinate the work of other staff to ensure module, course programme, enterprise or research projects are delivered to the standards required
Support colleagues with less experience and advise on personal development; train/advise on own area of expertise where appropriate; coach and support colleagues in developing scholarly activity/research
Undertake professional development in support of teaching, research/scholarly activity. Utilise this to support the enhancement of the student experience and curriculum development and management

 

 

Student Experience

Promote and implement initiatives, working practices, academic and clinical experiences, actual and simulated, that enhance the student experience
Recognise the critical nature of the National Student Survey (and other league tables) and ensure a positive approach to improvement the student experience at all times
Lead course initiatives that will result in a positive impact on the NSS and general student experience

 

Leadership and Management

Work effectively as a team member, chairing committees curriculum development and working groups and where appropriate supervising and/or mentoring other members of staff
Lead in own area of expertise and lead/co-ordinate the work of other staff to ensure module, course programme, enterprise or research projects are delivered to the standards required
Support colleagues with less experience and advise on personal development; train/advise on own area of expertise where appropriate; coach and support colleagues in developing scholarly activity/research
Undertake professional development in support of teaching, research/scholarly activity. Utilise this to support the enhancement of the student experience and curriculum development and management

 

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd - Glyntaff
Categories
Academic
Salary
£42,792 - £49,553*
Closing Date
09/02/2020
Full description
Senior Lecturer (Cyber Security) - U009156
Job Summary

The Senior Lecturer in Cyber Security will contribute to the delivery of the School’s cyber security awards specifically through research and in the delivery of computer security modules at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. You will be responsible for undertaking applied research, knowledge transfer and income generations activities, as well as effective, high quality teaching and scholarly activity. There may be a requirement to undertake teaching at City Campus in Newport in addition to Treforest Campus. Willingness to deliver content overseas is desirable.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Academic
Salary
£42,792-£49,553
Closing Date
25/02/2020
Full description
Examination Invigilator - x 30
Job Summary

The University has a pool of Examination Invigilators who supervise the running of examinations, undertaking duties on all campuses.

Examination Invigilators are responsible for ensuring the examination is conducted according to the University’s regulations and quality standards. This includes responsibility for the management of the examination venue, candidate experience,  running of the examination and ensuring all materials are returned to the Exams, Certification & Graduation office.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Professional / Specialist Administration
Salary
£11.23 per hour
Closing Date
04/02/2020
Full description
First Campus Operations Manager - U010593
Job Summary

To lead the First Campus Hub team, overseeing the financial reporting, monitoring, tracking, evaluation, and communication functions of the partnership.

This role is responsible for monitoring performance against targets, ensuring we maximise the collective strengths of the partnership.  They will network extensively, raise standards and provide support to the partnership’s three delivery strands.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd - Treforest
Categories
Managerial
Salary
*£35,845 - £41,526 per annum
Closing Date
05/02/2020
Full description