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Hourly Paid Lecturers / Dissertation Supervisors in Financial Management

Flexible Location

Job Ref
50025
Location
Flexible Location
Salary
£38.19 per hour (excluding holiday pay)

- THE ROLE -
The post of Hourly Paid Lecturer will be located within the Institute of Management and Health. The post of Lecturer is primarily concerned with learning and teaching on the MSc Financial Management programme. In particular, delivery on the module ‘Contemporary Issues in Performance Management’ and / or supervision of students’ research projects and dissertations in the area of Financial Management. The post holder will be expected to deliver academically challenging, vocational related content incorporating innovative teaching and assessment methods to develop students’ competence and capability in a variety of areas.

The post holder will offer both academic and pastoral feedback and support to students to the highest professional standards and with regard to the ongoing enhancement of the student experience.

Please view the Job Description for further details, where you will also find a list of the essential and desirable ‘Person Specification’ criteria.

- REQUIREMENTS -
You must have significant professional work experience within a relevant field and be able to deliver online as well as face-to-face across UWTSD campuses in South Wales, primarily Swansea and Carmarthen. An honours degree and a post graduate qualification in a finance related subject are essential. A teaching qualification OR experience of delivery of post compulsory education / training / development within a learning environment is also essential.

- HOW TO APPLY -
Please click the ‘Apply Now’ button to start your application. Each page of your application will be saved when you click ‘Next’ or ‘Previous’.

Please note, this application process does not include the option to submit a CV. Therefore, your application will be assessed based on your answers to the application questions only and, in particular, your Supporting Statement.

Note: Your correspondence language will be determined by the language you apply in.

Closing date: 10th March 2021, 11:59 pm

Hourly Paid Lecturers (Institute of Management and Health)

Flexible Location

Job Ref
50020
Location
Flexible Location
Salary
£38.19 per hour (excluding holiday pay)

- THE ROLE -
The post of Hourly Paid Lecturer will be located within the Institute of Management and Health. The post of Lecturer is primarily concerned with learning and teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including supervision of student research projects/dissertations/theses. The post holder will be expected to deliver academically challenging, vocational related content incorporating innovative teaching and assessment methods to develop students’ competence and capability in a variety of areas. Depending on the Lecturer role, these may include:
• Marketing
• Financial Management
• Health
• Nursing
• Law
• Human Resource Management
• Hospitality / Hotel Management
• Sports Therapy

The post holder will offer both academic and pastoral feedback and support to students to the highest professional standards and with regard to the ongoing enhancement of the student experience.

Please view the Job Description for further details, where you will also find a list of the essential and desirable ‘Person Specification’ criteria.

- REQUIREMENTS -
You must have significant professional work experience within a relevant field and be able to deliver online as well as face-to-face across UWTSD campuses in South Wales, primarily Swansea and Carmarthen. An honours degree and a post graduate qualification in a relevant discipline OR equivalent professional qualifications / experience, are essential. A teaching qualification OR experience of delivery of post compulsory education / training / development within a learning environment is also essential.

- HOW TO APPLY -
Please click the ‘Apply Now’ button to start your application. Each page of your application will be saved when you click ‘Next’ or ‘Previous’.

Please note, this application process does not include the option to submit a CV. Therefore, your application will be assessed based on your answers to the application questions only and, in particular, your Supporting Statement.

Note: Your correspondence language will be determined by the language you apply in.

Closing date: 6th April 2021, 11:59 pm

Administration

Senior International Admissions and Immigration Services Officer

Swansea

Job Ref
50030
Location
Swansea
Salary
£26,715 - £30,046 pro rata per annum

- THE ROLE -
The Senior International Admissions and Immigration Services Officer will work as part of the Immigration
Services and Visa Compliance Team. The role is principally responsible for managing a case load of
applications from International Students who have applied to the University for a course of study. This will
include undertaking the management of cases from an Admissions and Immigration perspective for the
whole life cycle of the student at the University. It will include the admission, enrolment, Visa and record
management of International students on all of the University’s campuses.

The post holder will be required to develop an in-depth knowledge of the University’s International
admissions policies and UKVI student route requirements and the correct procedures for dealing with
International applications. This includes all admissions and related immigration matters and checks from
application stage through to the student leaving the University.

The post holder will be required to hold, or be willing to develop, experience of processing International
applications, issuing CAS statements, identifying and resolving potential problems with admission
procedures. They will be required to offer Visa advice to all International Students via the Short Term
Study Visa, Student route and other relevant Visa categories. It is paramount that the post holder ensures
the University remains compliant with Home Office UKVI immigration laws and statutory requirements.

You will work remotely whilst the current COVID-19 situation necessitates working from home, but your primary location will be Swansea.

Please view the Job Description for further details, where you will also find a list of the essential and desirable ‘Person Specification’ criteria.

- REQUIREMENTS -
You will need to have:
• Excellent customer service skills in a high paced, high application volume environment
• Knowledge of relevant immigration regulations
• Knowledge of HE International admissions procedures
• Experience of dealing with International applicants
• Previous experience in providing high quality administrative support
• Previous experience of customer care
• Previous experience of accurate data entry
• Experience in using MS Office and IT systems

- FURTHER INFORMATION -
• Annual leave entitlement is 28 days annual leave per year, pro rata (plus 8 bank holidays & 4 University closure days, pro rata)
• Please note that immigration sponsorship under the UK Government’s Skilled Worker visa route is not available for this role

- HOW TO APPLY -
Please click the ‘Apply Now’ button to start your application. Each page of your application will be saved when you click ‘Next’ or ‘Previous’.

Please note, this application process does not include the option to submit a CV. Therefore, your application will be assessed based on your answers to the application questions only and, in particular, your Supporting Statement.

Note: Your correspondence language will be determined by the language you apply in.

Closing date: 11th March 2021, 11:59 pm

Project Officer

Flexible Location

Job Ref
50031
Location
Flexible Location
Salary
£26,715 - £30,046 per annum

- THE ROLE -
The post holder will work specifically on projects in the field of Work Welsh on behalf of Rhagoriaith and will be responsible for converting language learning materials that are already in existence into distance learning or blended learning materials. This post offers an exciting opportunity for an individual to use their current skills to create creative and imaginative materials in the field of language learning or to receive training and an opportunity to upskill to a quickly developing new field. The ability to communicate and work through the medium of Welsh is essential for this post.

This is a key post for the Centre and more broadly for the University as it fulfils specific duties that are predicted to be in great demand in the future. For several years the Centre has attracted a number of national projects in connection with the Welsh language and it is considered that this post will build on that success.

The successful candidate will be responsible for managing key aspects of specific project work, including coordinating progress from day to day, communicating with stakeholders who contribute to projects, organising film and animation work, and programming online courses by using software such as Articulate 360 and film editing software.

Managing the interaction between partners and individuals who contribute to projects individually will be a key part of the work. This may mean being involved from day to day with key clients of Rhagoriaith such as the Welsh Government, including effective management of progress reporting between parties. Therefore, the post holder will be able to communicate operational processes and report on specialist projects that involve several different strands. This role is key to the success of individual projects and relevant experience of managing and being involved in coordinating a project and fostering a monitoring relationship would be very advantageous.

The Project Officer will work closely from day to day with the Project Manager / Senior Lecturer who is responsible for Rhagoriaith Work Welsh projects. Attendance will be required at project related meetings as the need arises as well as the establishment of methods of managing daily progress of individual projects, including maintaining a database, filing key documents, and accessing copyright when necessary.

This post provides a special opportunity for an individual who is keen to build or develop programming and animation skills in the context of Welsh language teaching. Previous experience in the field is welcomed but training opportunities could also be obtained for individuals who exhibit creativity, enthusiasm, and ambition.

Ideally, the post holder will have experience of marketing and promotion and will be an organised and conscientious individual. They will work closely with all members of the Rhagoriaith team and more widely with Canolfan Peniarth, and any other department in the University in connection with Rhagoriaith project work. This could include Registry, Student Services, Finance, Marketing etc., to ensure that any issues that could arise are solved effectively and professionally, with the main objective being to ensure expedient operation and a positive experience for all stakeholders involved in Rhagoriaith project work.

You will work remotely whilst the COVID-19 situation necessitates working from home, but your primary location will be in Carmarthen, Lampeter or Swansea (base negotiable).

Please view the Job Description for further details, where you will also find a list of the essential and desirable ‘Person Specification’ criteria.

- REQUIREMENTS -
You will need to hold:
• A good honours degree or equivalent qualification

You should also have:
• High competence in Welsh including the ability to speak and write Welsh to a specific level
• Previous experience of managing, operating and monitoring creative projects
• Experience of managing positive work relationships with partners and stakeholders, both internally and externally
• A high level of professionalism and commitment to ensure an excellent level of service for clients
• Experience of collecting data and using database / spreadsheet software
• Excellent IT skills (Microsoft Suite and digital platforms)

- FURTHER INFORMATION -
• Annual leave entitlement is 28 days annual leave per year (plus 8 bank holidays & 4 University closure days)
• Please note that immigration sponsorship under the UK Government’s Skilled Worker visa route is not available for this role

- HOW TO APPLY -
Please click the ‘Apply Now’ button to start your application. Each page of your application will be saved when you click ‘Next’ or ‘Previous’.

Please note, this application process does not include the option to submit a CV. Therefore, your application will be assessed based on your answers to the application questions only and, in particular, your Supporting Statement.

Note: Your correspondence language will be determined by the language you apply in.

Closing date: 8th March 2021, 11:59 pm

Function
Administration
Status
Full Time
Type
Fixed Term Contract
Hours
37 hours, 1.0 FTE


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Design / Print

Assistant Graphic Designer

Flexible Location

Job Ref
50044
Location
Flexible Location
Salary
£19,612 to £21,814 per annum

- THE ROLE -
The main purpose of the post will be to provide support to the Graphic Design team within the Technology Enhanced Learning department to develop printed and online content to support the University’s learning and marketing activities. You will work remotely whilst the COVID-19 situation necessitates working from home, but your primary location will be in either Carmarthen or Swansea (base negotiable).

- THE PROJECT -
This vacancy has been funded by HEFCW Graduate Support Funding project to enhance the employability of our graduates. The funding includes eligibility criteria and only candidates that meet the eligibility criteria can be considered for this vacancy.

Applicants will need to meet each of the following criteria, in accordance with HEFCW Circular W20/34HE: https://www.hefcw.ac.uk/en/publications/circulars/w20-34he-2020-graduate-support-fund/
• Have graduated from a UWTSD programme in 2019 or 2020;
• Are unemployed or employed in a low skilled/non-graduate role;
• Have had employment prospects impacted by the coronavirus pandemic;
• Belong to a group under-represented in HE (as defined by HEFCW), or from a socially disadvantaged background. (This refers to applicants in one or more of the following categories: with a disability, from a Black or minority ethnic group, care leavers, carers, from a low participation area (assessed by postcode), from a widening access area (assessed by postcode), Graduates whose parents had no HE qualifications.

- MAIN DUTIES -
• Assist with developing creative design solutions to facilitate communication with target audiences using a variety of online and print media.
• Assist with developing the University’s sub brand designs including logos and other visual identifiers.
• Assist with designing the visual appearance of the University’s corporate publications, annual reports, promotional materials, prospectus and exhibition materials, as well as University stationery and internal documents.
• Assist with creative input into the development of digital learning content from the inception stage of design through to final production and across all media.
• Be responsible for ensuring that all work from a design perspective is executed accurately by applying attention to detail and checking proofs before work is published.

- FURTHER INFORMATION -
• Annual leave entitlement is 28 days annual leave per year, pro rata (plus 8 bank holidays & 4 University closure days, pro rata)
• Please note that immigration sponsorship under the UK Government’s Skilled Worker visa route is not available for this role

- HOW TO APPLY -
Please click the ‘Apply Now’ button to start your application. Each page of your application will be saved when you click ‘Next’ or ‘Previous’.

Please note, this application process does not include the option to submit a CV. Therefore, your application will be assessed based on your answers to the application questions only and, in particular, your Supporting Statement.

Note: Your correspondence language will be determined by the language you apply in.

Closing date: 17th March 2021, 11:59 pm

Function
Design / Print
Status
Full Time
Type
Fixed Term Contract
Hours
37 hours, 1.0 FTE


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Marketing

Web Development Assistant

Flexible Location

Job Ref
50045
Location
Flexible Location
Salary
£19,612 to £21,814 per annum

- THE ROLE -
The main purpose of the post will be to provide web development support for the main University Website and other related websites which are managed by the University’s Web Services team. You will work remotely whilst the COVID-19 situation necessitates working from home, but your primary location will be in either Carmarthen or Swansea (base negotiable).

- THE PROJECT -
This vacancy has been funded by HEFCW Graduate Support Funding project to enhance the employability of our graduates. The funding includes eligibility criteria and only candidates that meet the eligibility criteria can be considered for this vacancy.

Applicants will need to meet each of the following criteria, in accordance with HEFCW Circular W20/34HE: https://www.hefcw.ac.uk/en/publications/circulars/w20-34he-2020-graduate-support-fund/
• Have graduated from a UWTSD programme in 2019 or 2020;
• Are unemployed or employed in a low skilled/non-graduate role;
• Have had employment prospects impacted by the coronavirus pandemic;
• Belong to a group under-represented in HE (as defined by HEFCW), or from a socially disadvantaged background. (This refers to applicants in one or more of the following categories: with a disability, from a Black or minority ethnic group, care leavers, carers, from a low participation area (assessed by postcode), from a widening access area (assessed by postcode), Graduates whose parents had no HE qualifications.

- MAIN DUTIES -
• Add and edit website content.
• Develop bilingual websites using Terminal FOUR Content Management System and WordPress.
• Customise websites where needed using web development languages such as HTML and CSS.
• Use the University’s Site Governance Software to fix issues such as broken links.
• Design and manage digital content such as website assets and landing pages.
• Provide day-to-day website support.

- FURTHER INFORMATION -
• Annual leave entitlement is 28 days annual leave per year, pro rata (plus 8 bank holidays & 4 University closure days, pro rata)
• Please note that immigration sponsorship under the UK Government’s Skilled Worker visa route is not available for this role

- HOW TO APPLY -
Please click the ‘Apply Now’ button to start your application. Each page of your application will be saved when you click ‘Next’ or ‘Previous’.

Please note, this application process does not include the option to submit a CV. Therefore, your application will be assessed based on your answers to the application questions only and, in particular, your Supporting Statement.

Note: Your correspondence language will be determined by the language you apply in.

Closing date: 17th March 2021, 11:59 pm

Function
Marketing
Status
Full Time
Type
Fixed Term Contract
Hours
37 hours, 1.0 FTE


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Student Services

Disability Officer

London

Job Ref
50037
Location
London
Salary
£30,942 to £34,804 pro rata per annum

- THE ROLE -
The main purpose of the job is to provide advice and support to disabled students. Your duties will include: assessment activity to identify Specific Learning Differences; disability review interviews with disabled applicants; and all aspects of administration of support for disabled students at the London campuses. This will include, where appropriate, supporting students in their application for Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA). You will act as a point of contact for all disabled students, including those not eligible for DSA support.

You will be required to liaise with a range of external agencies including assessors and funding bodies. Internally, you will be required to liaise with a range of colleagues including other members of professional support and academic staff, to ensure that the needs of disabled students are met. As a key member of the Learning Support Team, you will participate in the University’s regulatory procedures for supporting disabled students including Statements of Compensatory Measures and Extenuating Circumstances procedures.

You will have an in-depth understanding of learning support in a higher education context, and in undertaking your responsibilities will be expected to lead by example and to promote Equality and Diversity and the Dignity at Work ethos.

The role may involve working at other campuses and might require duties outside of normal working hours. You will work remotely whilst the current COVID-19 situation necessitates working from home, but your primary location will be London.

Please view the Job Description for further details, where you will also find a list of the essential and desirable ‘Person Specification’ criteria.

- REQUIREMENTS -
You will need to hold:
• An honours degree or equivalent
• Level 5 qualification in SpLDs

You should also have:
• Evidence of current experience of disabled student support at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level
• Excellent knowledge of disability legislation
• Experience of interpreting diagnostic and Needs Assessments reports
• Good interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels
• Ability to demonstrate effective IT and organisational skills

- FURTHER INFORMATION -
• Annual leave entitlement is 28 days annual leave per year, pro rata (plus 8 bank holidays & 4 University closure days, pro rata)
• This post is subject to a Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check. A satisfactory DBS certificate must be provided before a start date can be confirmed
• Please note that immigration sponsorship under the UK Government’s Skilled Worker visa route is not available for this role

- HOW TO APPLY -
Please click the ‘Apply Now’ button to start your application. Each page of your application will be saved when you click ‘Next’ or ‘Previous’.

Please note, this application process does not include the option to submit a CV. Therefore, your application will be assessed based on your answers to the application questions only and, in particular, your Supporting Statement.

Closing date: 8th March 2021, 11:59 pm

Function
Student Services
Status
Part Time
Type
Permanent
Hours
22.2 hours per week, 0.6 FTE


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