Jobs at the University of Plymouth
  • University Subsidiary Company vacancies for nursery, catering and enterprise:

Our subsidiary organisations, UCSP and UoPEL, offer a range of opportunities in the commercial and enterprise sectors. See the vacancy links below for specific job opportunities or sign up for job alerts within these organisations.

UCSP: University Commercial Services Plymouth Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary company of University of Plymouth which provides commercial services to a range of clients. This currently includes retail catering, hospitality, early years' education and childcare.

Vacancies for nursery, catering and hospitality in a University commercial environment

UoPEL: University of Plymouth Enterprise Limited offers dedicated support and expert advice to businesses across the South West. With offices in Redruth, Truro, Penryn and Plymouth; UoPEL offers a variety of locations to work from in the enterprise, innovation and growth sectors.

Vacancies in enterprise, research and consultancy, with University of Plymouth Enterprise Ltd

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As an employee, you’ll play a crucial part in building our impressive reputation in education, innovation and research.

In return, we’ll support, nurture and reward you with generous benefits, from training and development to childcare and flexible working. 

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Head of School of Nursing and Midwifery

Competitive salary and benefits package

The University is seeking to appoint a Head for the School of Nursing and Midwifery to provide bold and strategic leadership to the School. Reporting to the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health, the Head of School role will be primarily responsible for formulating and operationalising academic strategy, and ensuring appropriate plans and resources are in place for their delivery. This is a truly exciting time to lead the School of Nursing and Midwifery, building on its existing strengths and developing new and innovative ways of taking the School forward.

The School of Nursing and Midwifery has a long-established record of delivering high-quality learning, teaching and research, with an extensive portfolio of undergraduate nursing programmes including Adult, Child and Mental Health at BSc and MSc levels. These are delivered over three sites in Truro, Plymouth and Exeter and we collaborate and work closely and strategically with our NHS partners throughout the peninsula.




The successful applicant, already an established professor and leader in their field, will have considerable academic and personal credibility in a relevant discipline, as well as a commitment to working collaboratively and in partnership with staff and students across the School, the Faculty and more widely. You will bring with you strong leadership and management experience and an ability to engage staff, peers and students as you work collaboratively to deliver results, navigating and leading others through change. You will have a clear understanding of the opportunities and challenges amidst a context of rapid change within the University and HE sector as a whole, which will be critical to the success of the School.

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The University of Plymouth is a diverse, welcoming community and we celebrate the contribution that diverse voices bring to our University. Become part of a team where everyone makes a difference, and enjoy a host of valuable benefits designed to enhance your lifestyle at work, and at home. From our vibrant staff networks to our commitment to the Athena Swan gender equality charter and the Race Equality Charter we value diversity in our staff community and celebrate all you can bring to the University of Plymouth.

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"An important part of our University is the value we place on being a diverse and inclusive community, where we learn and benefit from our rich variety of background and beliefs. This in part is why the University of Plymouth is such an enriching place to work."

Professor Judith Petts CBE

Vice-Chancellor, University of Plymouth

Equality, diversity and inclusion

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