|Salary:||From £53,353 per annum|
|Placed On:||15th November 2022|
|Closes:||9th January 2023|
The University of South Wales (USW) takes pride in being a vocationally focused University, preparing students for jobs in key sectors in Wales and beyond. We have an ambitious 2030 strategic plan for growth, sustainability, and excellence in student outcomes that have included the reshaping of our faculty structures and the creation of Heads of Subject, who will lead our subject teams in providing the highest levels of student outcomes and developing industry-ready graduates.
The Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science (CES) is one of three faculties at USW. Offering courses in the main STEM subjects as well as more niche areas such as cyber security, forensic science and sustainable environment. All our courses are industry-linked with an emphasis on employability.
Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering is a subject area within USW’s Faculty of Computing, Engineering, and Science. We offer a wide range of courses in Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. All the courses are accredited by the IMechE and the RAeS, and the Subject Area has an active research culture, with a number of applied, industry-linked projects, and an opportunity to develop cross-disciplinary links to our Aircraft Maintenance Engineering subject.
This role is based principally at USW’s Pontypridd campus but with an expectation to attend USW’s other campuses from time to time.
The role offers the opportunity to work with the Faculty’s leadership team and to provide leadership to the subject area, drive the strategy for the portfolio, and grow student numbers in this crucial subject area
This is a full-time permanent post.
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To find out more about USW including our Strategies click here: https://www.southwales.ac.uk/about/
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