The University of Bolton

United Kingdom

About The University of Bolton

About The University of Bolton

The University of Bolton continues to build on its growth and development of recent years and is now seeking to increase the capacity of its key academic area of Engineering through its new build £13M National Centre for Motorsport Engineering (NCME).

To this end, the University of Bolton is seeking outstanding individuals who can best lead in the manufacture and design of the latest race and supercar as part of Keating Kinetics and teaching. The role is charged with considerable operational responsibilities in a modern university that thrives on innovation and high quality teaching, learning and student experience.

As a modern, post 1992 university, The University of Bolton is proud to have established itself as a university set in the heart of Bolton’s town centre in Greater Manchester. The University of Bolton is focused on a Teaching Intensive and Research Informed approach to deliver academic programmes. Our origins and other facts about the university can be gleaned from our website  As a thriving University that has around 11,000 students with an annual income of £50M, the University’s immediate growth trajectory is impressive and current plans with the mergers and partnerships with colleges will witness the student base growing to 25,000 with an annual income of £70M in the next 6 months.

The University is structured into eight academic schools and one off campus division. The NCME will house three main areas of Mechanical Engineering, Centre for Advanced Performance Engineering and Electronic/Electrical Engineering. The University has secured a fixed term contract the role of Director who is assisting the Provost in shaping the development and in leading in the establishment of NCME.

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