Free open Job in Wales Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Construction at University of Wales, Trinity Saint David

Grade: 7 (£34,520 – £39,993 per annum) / 8 (£41,212 – £49,149 per annum)

Swansea Campus

The University of Wales Trinity Saint David is looking to recruit a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Construction. The post will be located within the School of Architecture, Built and Natural Environments, Swansea.

The post is primarily concerned with learning and teaching at all levels, and may include where relevant, postgraduate research student supervision to PhD level. The main purpose of the job is to provide specialist expertise in construction, and related disciplines across the School of Architecture, Built and Natural Environments’ portfolio of programmes.

The areas of Construction Project Management, Logistics, Procurement, Civil Engineering and Building Services as applied to larger and or more complex construction projects, are considered important areas of development within the School. Having experience of the practical application of BIM processes throughout the phases of an asset’s life from Development to Facilities Management would be particularly welcome.

The post holder will work closely with colleagues to ensure appropriate support is provided to students at all levels, as well as undertake administrative duties. Professional qualifications e.g. MCIOB, MRICS, or MICE) and site experience are considered vital to this role.

Full details of the roles can be found in the Job Descriptions on the University’s website.

Closing date: 20th September 2018, 5pm

For further information about the position and an application form, visit the University’s website: or alternatively contact the Human Resources Department on 01267 676842 or   

Please note: in order to apply and be considered for the post you will need to complete an application form, as CVs are only accepted as supporting documents to a completed form. 

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