The University of Plymouth is going places. Ranked second in the UK in the Times Highers’ global young universities, we are looking for people who can bring fresh perspectives and new ideas.
It is in our nature to innovate – both in our teaching and our research. We strive for the highest quality in all we do – pushing boundaries, isn’t just encouraged, it is expected. At Plymouth, every employee is an explorer in the pursuit of excellence. We ignite our students’ imagination and drive innovation.
We are passionate about potential. We invest in our employees, inspiring creativity and new ideas that transform the future of education and research.
If you’re seeking an employer who values curiosity, innovation, and creativity; if you have a passion to learn; a desire to educate and share new discoveries; if you are looking for colleagues who are big thinkers; if you are eager to take on fresh challenges and build your career at a university which has ambition, then we are looking for you.
Thank you for your interest, join us and be part of our exciting journey, we would be delighted to hear from you.
About the University of Plymouth
Our roots go back 150 years, but our modernity and contemporary thinking give us energy and direction. Our teaching emphasises practical ‘real world’ experiential learning, and our stimulating student experience facilitates personal challenge and development. Our curriculum is built around employment success. Plymouth graduates are highly capable, confident and adaptable global citizens – we give our students the freedom to define the world they will help to build.
We’re 18 months into our refreshed strategy and we’ve just been ranked second in the UK: Times Higher Education young universities 2018 – and we’ve just started.
Plymouth, Britain’s Ocean city, is a pretty special place, GQ magazine was recently quoted as saying: ‘Plymouth is the coolest little city by the sea’.
Plymouth has everything you would expect from the largest city in the South West – major high street stores, theatres, multiplex cinema, art cinemas, and a wealth of small clubs and venues.
Our University campus is at the centre of this thriving, oceanfront city in one of the UK’s most beautiful regions. A ten-minute stroll from the campus will take you to Plymouth Hoe - a Victorian promenade descending along the waterfront to the Barbican - Plymouth’s old town. Here, clustered around Sutton Harbour on cobbled, Elizabethan streets, you will find a wonderful mix of quirky shops, galleries, pavement cafés and eateries, bars and nightclubs.
Between Dartmoor and the sea, the reward for living in Plymouth is the outdoors. To be outdoors in summer or winter is compelling because the landscape is breath-taking. Barbeques on the beach, picnics on the Hoe, hikes along the coastline, long bicycle rides on vehicle-free paths that traverse the moors – if being in nature is a source of regeneration for you, this is the place to live and work.
"I have never before, in my long and eclectic career, been gifted with such an abundance of natural beauty as I experienced filming War Horse on Dartmoor." Steven SpielbergPlymouth was named the second safest place to live in Britain in Provident’s Unbroken Britain Survey 2017 and was voted safest place in the UK for a night out 2018 by BEST Bar None.