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Project Administrator - U009404
Job Summary

The University of South Wales has secured ERDF funding and is looking for an enthusiastic Project Administrator to join the team.

Directly responsible to the Research Project Co-ordinator, the Project Administrator will provide clerical support to the ERDF funded RICE and FLEXIS Projects. Applicants will have excellent communication and administrative skills with experience in corresponding and working with external partners, including SMEs.

The Project Administrator will help administer all the activities relating to the FLEXIS and RICE projects. The post holder will help organise events and meetings with various stakeholders and will liaise with external collaborators. The post-holder will manage the collation of project related output forms and other documentation related to funding and reporting requirements.

The post holder will be responsible for the administration of orders, equipment, consumables, payments and providing expenditure records for claims and budgets. The post holder will compile notes, draft minutes of meetings and will organise attendance of the team members to external events and site visits.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Administration
Salary
£20,411 - £23,557 per annum
Closing Date
27/07/2018
Full description
Hourly Paid Lecturer - Welsh - HPL-LSE-WELSH
Job Summary

The School of Education, Early Years and Social Work is looking to appoint Hourly Paid Lecturers to assist the Primary Initial Teacher Education team at undergraduate level. The successful candidate(s) will join an established team focused upon developing its taught provision, to enhance the student experience.

This post holder(s) will be a Welsh speaker and have experience of teaching Welsh as a second language to students on the English medium pathway and/or be able to deliver Gloywi sessions for students on the Welsh medium pathway.

Payment will be via an Hourly Paid Lecturing contract.

Successful candidates will be offered an hourly paid lecturing contract with the University of South Wales at an hourly rate ranging from £21.62 to £43.00 The hourly rate is determined by the nature of the teaching and learning role undertaken.

If you are interested in applying, please send your CV and cover letter to Jonathan Barry (ASM/Head of Primary Initial Teacher Education) via email: jonathan.barry@southwales.ac.uk by 31/07/2018.  Applications will be considered on submission and we reserve the right to close the positions earlier if sufficient applications are received. For more details about the Primary ITE programme, please contact Jon Barry, on jonathan.barry@southwales.ac.uk.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Newport
Categories
Academic
Salary
£21.62-£43.00 per hour
Closing Date
31/07/2018
Full description
Hourly Paid Lecturers - Maths - LSE/HPL/Maths
Job Summary

The School of Education, Early Years and Social Work is looking to appoint Hourly Paid Lecturers to assist the Primary Initial Teacher Education team at undergraduate level. The successful candidate(s) will join an established team focused upon developing its taught provision, to enhance the student experience.

This post holder(s) will have experience of teaching mathematics to GCSE standard and experience in preparing/coaching students for GCSE mathematics would be beneficial.

Payment will be via an Hourly Paid Lecturing contract.

Successful candidates will be offered an hourly paid lecturing contract with the University of South Wales at a hourly rate ranging from £21.62 to £43.00 The hourly rate is determined by the nature of the teaching and learning role undertaken.

If you are interested in applying, please send your CV and cover letter to Jonathan Barry (ASM/Head of Primary Initial Teacher Education) via email: jonathan.barry@southwales.ac.uk by 31/07/2018.  Applications will be considered on submission and we reserve the right to close the positions earlier if sufficient applications are received. For more details about the Primary ITE programme, please contact Jon Barry, on jonathan.barry@southwales.ac.uk

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Newport City Campus
Categories
Academic
Salary
£21.62-£43.00 per hour
Closing Date
31/07/18
Full description
Senior Lecturer in Public Service Management - U009424
Job Summary

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of South Wales is seeking to appoint a Grade G Lecturer in Public Service Management. We are seeking applications from highly motivated candidates committed to teaching and to supporting students through innovative teaching practice to lead our BA Public Services.

The successful candidate will join the wider Social Policy subject team, and will be expected to contribute, in particular, to teaching on and leadership of the BA Public Services. We are seeking an experienced teacher who will share the team’s commitment to applied pedagogic practice and who will contribute to the growth public services provision at the university. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate evidence of their experience of innovative practice in teaching, learning and assessment and of working to deliver a high standard of student experience. We are particularly seeking applications from individuals with expertise in public service leadership and governance or cognate fields, but will consider applications from candidates from the wider Public Services subject area.

For this position, it is an expectation the candidate will be able to demonstrate a commitment to research and to be eligible to be contribute to the Research Excellence Framework. The successful candidate would also be expected to add to the extensive experience in Social Policy of advising government and other external stakeholders through contract research and consultancy.

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

For informal enquiries please contact Dr. Andrew Thompson, Head of School, andrew.thompson@southwales.ac.uk or Mr. Tim John, Deputy Head of School, tim.john@southwales.ac.uk

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
£41,212-£47,722
Closing Date
01/08/2018
Full description
Placement Officer (Counselling Psychologist) - U123444
Job Summary

Rydym ni’n chwilio am Swyddog Lleoliadau rhan-amser i gynorthwyo myfyrwyr ar y cwrs Doethuriaeth Broffesiynol mewn Seicoleg Cynghori a rhaglenni astudiaethau therapiwtig eraill. Bydd deiliad y swydd yn gweithio’n agos â’r timau cwrs i drefnu, goruchwylio a monitro lleoliadau myfyrwyr. Oherwydd yr angen i ehangu a datblygu’n barhaus gysylltiadau â sefydliadau therapiwtig a’r gymuned ehangach, bydd gofyn i’r sawl a benodir fod ag agwedd hyderus a chyfeillgar. Bydd gan yr ymgeiswyr radd, byddant yn Seicolegwyr Cynghori cymwysedig a bydd ganddynt sgiliau cyfathrebu llafar ac ysgrifenedig da. Mae trwydded yrru lân yn hanfodol. Mae’r gallu i flaenoriaethu tasgau, cwblhau gwaith erbyn dyddiadau a bennwyd, a gweithio’n effeithiol mewn tîm bach ac ar eich pen eich hun yn hollbwysig hefyd. Byddai’r swydd hon yn addas ar gyfer Seicolegydd Cynghori sydd newydd gymhwyso.

Mae’r swydd wedi’i lleoli ar Gampws Casnewydd, Prifysgol De Cymru.

Telerau ac amodau’r swydd (gan gynnwys gradd a chyflog) fydd telerau ac amodau Prifysgol De Cymru.

We are seeking to recruit a part time Placement Officer to support students on the Professional Doctorate Counselling Psychology course and other therapeutic study programmes. The post holder will work closely with the course teams to organise, oversee and monitor the placement of students. The need to continuously expand and develop links with therapeutic organisations and wider community settings will require a confident and out-going approach. Candidates will be educated to degree level, will be a qualified Counselling Psychologist and possess good verbal and written communication skills. A clean current driving licence is essential. The ability to prioritise tasks, meet deadlines and work effectively in a small team as well as on own initiative will be essential. This post would be suitable for a newly qualified Counselling Psychologist.

This position is based at Newport 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
U123444
Categories
Academic
Salary
£28,936-33,518
Closing Date
02/08/2018
Full description
Employability Adviser GO Wales (Part Time 0.6 FTE) - U192341
Job Summary

The Careers and Employability Service are looking for a suitably qualified / experienced adviser to work on the pan-Wales ESF funded GO Wales Achieve through Work Experience student employability programme.

Advisers work intensively with students who may be disadvantaged in the labour market (students who have a disability or work limiting health condition; are from a BME background; who have caring or child care responsibilities; are a care leaver or are from a low HE participation neighbourhood), and face barriers in gaining work experience. They facilitate employability skills development through conducting intensive one to one coaching, careers guidance, delivering workshops and other events, and by proactively engaging with employers to organise work experience placements.

This post will work across both the Convergence (West Wales & the Valleys) and Competitiveness (East Wales) programmes and on all University campuses in Pontypridd, Cardiff and Newport. (70% Convergence and 30% Competitiveness).

Working as part of a small team, the successful applicant will be self-motivated with excellent interpersonal & communication skills, be comfortable working with students and building links with employers.  They will have a good understanding of employability issues in Higher Education and the graduate labour market and experience of working with disadvantaged students in an employability context.  Experience of working in a target driven project based environment as well as experience in a role related to organising work placements / recruitment is essential.

If you would like to find out more about this part-time (0.6 FTE) role then please contact Matthew Evans, matthew.evans1@southwales.ac.uk

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
pontypridd
Categories
Professional / Specialist
Salary
£34,520-39,992 per annum
Closing Date
22/07/2018
Full description
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Construction Management - U78780
Job Summary

We are seeking a Lectuer (Grade F) or Senior Lecturer (Grade G) to fullfil this role - Job descriptions for both roles are attached.

The School of Engineering at the University of South Wales is seeking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Construction Management.  We are seeking applications from highly motivated candidates with an interest in teaching and developing the next generation of construction professionals.

The successful candidate will join the Built Environment subject team and will be expected to contribute to teaching on our wide range of courses in this sector and develop research within the subject area.  Applications are welcomed from current industry practitioners, who hold or are working towards appropriate professional qualifications, as well as those with an academic background.

For informal enquiries please contact Mrs Emma McGivern, Academic Subject Manager for Civil Engineering and the Built Environment, emma.mcgivern@southwales.ac.uk.

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
£34,520- £47,722 per annum
Closing Date
05/08/2018
Full description
Apprentice Technician Control and Instrumentation - U0000468
Job Summary

The University of South Wales, Faculty of Computing Engineering and Science, is currently seeking an Apprentice Technician, to contribute to the provision of technical support in Control and Instrumentation. The post holder will be trained in a range of techniques that will support teaching and projects within the Engineering disciplines. As a member of a large technical team, the post holder will work with technical staff providing support and assistance to both staff and students and to contribute towards consultancy based projects.

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
Professional / Specialist
Salary
£15,417 - £16,983
Closing Date
02/08/2018
Full description
Lecturer in Photography - U008356
Job Summary

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Lecturer position within the Photography subject area in the Faculty of Creative Industries at the University of South Wales Cardiff campus.

The post holder will contribute to the teaching within the BA(Hons) Photography course and throughout the School and Faculty, contributing to the development and delivery of an effective teaching and scholarly experience for the University’s students, and to help further its ambitions in research and knowledge transfer.

The role will focus on teaching within the area of photography and will require subject expertise and knowledge in commercial photographic practice, including photographic lighting and professional studio practice.

Informal inquiries can be addressed to Carol Hiles, Academic Subject Manager, fcirecruitment@southwales.ac.uk

This position is based at Cardiff 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
Cardiff
Categories
Academic
Salary
£34,520 - £39,992 pro rata
Closing Date
24/07/2018
Full description
International Student Advisor - U0000073
Job Summary

USW International is looking for an enthusiastic and proactive International Student Advisor to join the busy and dynamic Immigration and International Student Advice team which consistently scores highly in the International Student Barometer.

The Immigration and International Student Advice team (IISA) provides a wide-range of specialist advice and information services to the University of South Wales' staff and student population as well as external stakeholders.

You will support the delivery of a first-class and professional service and carry out a range of different roles including:

Providing the University with specialist immigration advice, including Tier 4 and other relevant immigration categories, to ensure USW meets its obligations under the University’s Tier 4 sponsor duties

Supporting the International Recruitment Team and contributing to the University’s international vision to include welcoming international and EU students to the University

Ensuring international activities comply with UKVI requirements and that applicants, students and staff are accurately advised and supported

Supporting initiatives to enable students to have the best experience at USW

You will undertake all aspects of immigration casework and enquiry work, assist in the design and maintenance of online resources, and develop and adhere to IISA administrative systems  The role also includes significant responsibility in the development and delivery of a rolling programme of social activities, including comprehensive twice yearly International Welcome Programmes and the University’s Arrival Services and support with managing the Global Assistants (student volunteers).

You will be a graduate or have equivalent experience and a self-motivated individual with a strong attention to detail. You will be able to deal with multiple demands concurrently and be able to prioritise your work independently and efficiently. You will appreciate the importance of maintaining accurate student records, especially when dealing with immigration processes driven by external agencies such as UK Visas and Immigration. You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, a strong empathy for, and awareness of, international student issues and a desire to constantly improve student experience.

You will be willing to work evenings and weekends as required and to support IISA activities across all USW sites.

You will appreciate the opportunity to work in a positive and ‘can do’ team with high productivity and an excellent reputation for service quality.

Name of Institution
University of South Wales
Location
Pontypridd
Categories
Academic
Salary
£28,936-£33,518
Closing Date
07/08/2018
Full description