Appointment of the Director of UK Recruitment and Admissions


Croeso and thank you for your interest in our University. As a relatively recent arrival myself to this wonderful institution, I am aware how exciting embarking on a job application can be.

Bangor is a unique institution, the most Welsh in language and attitude, but also the most international in outlook and ambition. Despite current challenges, the University’s leadership is focused on building our research and teaching strengths to create a strong, confident Civic University which not only serves Bangor and our region, but is also genuinely transformational for Wales and the world.

I joined the University in 2020 and following a strategic review of our marketing, recruitment and communications activity we are now seeking to appoint to the new role of Director of UK Recruitment and Admissions.  This new role, which can be based either in Bangor or Wrexham, will lead a major review of the central student recruitment operation ensuring that future plans are data led, target focussed and sector leading.

The post holder will bring significant experience of UK student recruitment, with evidence of successfully meeting or exceeding recruitment targets.  The role will have a high profile and you will need to proactively and constructively challenge conventional thinking enabling the University to achieve its ambition of increasing UK student recruitment at all levels.

Bangor University has fantastic academic and teaching credentials and we have seen a significant increase in applications numbers this year, this crucial post will play a critical part in leading a new strategic drive to further increase our student intake. I am delighted to have joined this wonderful institution and I do hope you share our aspirations and are excited by the prospect of joining us.

Lorraine Westwood
Chief Marketing Officer and Vice-President International

About us

Our History and Today

The University was founded as a direct result of a campaign in the late nineteenth century for higher education provision in Wales. Funds were raised by public subscription to establish a college of university rank in Bangor. An important feature of its foundation was the voluntary contributions made by local people, including amongst others, many farmers and quarrymen who could ill afford to donate money, but did so despite the difficulties in order to benefit future generations.

The University was founded as the University College of North Wales. It opened its doors on 18 October 1884 in an old coaching inn with 58 students and 10 members of staff. The students received degrees from the University of London until 1893 when the University of Wales, Bangor became one of the three original constituent colleges of the University of Wales.

Bangor has had a long tradition of academic excellence and a strong focus on the student experience. Today around 11,000 students study at the University, and it has approximately 2000 staff, based in fourteen Academic Schools within three Colleges, and supported by a number of Professional Services. In addition, we have 600 students studying at Bangor College China and around 2400 students studying validated programmes in the UK and overseas. We have more than 150 Students’ Union Clubs and Societies which were named best in the UK at the WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2018.

The University is ranked in the top 40 in the UK for research, according to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014. The REF recognised that more than three-quarters of Bangor’s research is either world-leading or internationally excellent, ahead of the average for UK universities.

The most recent National Student Survey results place Bangor amongst the UK’s top 10 mainstream universities for student satisfaction and we are particularly proud of our Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Gold which highlights our staff’s work in providing outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for our students. Sustainability is central to all our activities and we are ranked 8th in the world in the UI Green metric

More recently, the University, alongside many others, is facing challenges. Recruitment has been below target in recent years which has led to associated financial challenges, and we are exploring ways of increasing and diversifying our income streams. Good progress has already been made in addressing these challenges (numbers are improving, particularly in postgraduate) and this provides an opportunity for these two new positions to have a key role in taking the University into the next phase of its development.

Teaching and Learning

The University prides itself on the quality of teaching offered. This was supported in a recent review by the UK Quality Assurance Agency, which resulted in the highest possible endorsement of the University’s academic standards.

Students are enrolled on 324 undergraduate programmes and 125 postgraduate taught programmes. Undergraduate students are registered to 1883 modules. There are 340 undergraduate modules offered through the medium of Welsh, and Bangor is recognised as the leading provider of Welsh medium education in Wales.


Research is central to Bangor University; it is an integral part of our teaching and a passion of our academic staff. The 2014 Research Excellence Framework recognised that more than three-quarters of Bangor’s research is either world-leading or internationally excellent, ahead of the average for all UK universities.

Research in Sports Science; Modern Languages; Welsh; Education; Linguistics; Ocean Sciences; Biological Sciences; Environment, Natural Resources and Geography; Psychology; Healthcare Sciences; and Medical Sciences have all been ranked in the top 20 in the UK.

Research and teaching are closely inter-linked: almost all research academics teach, ensuring that our students benefit from the knowledge created by our research.


The University’s Arts and Innovation Centre, Pontio (meaning ‘to bridge’ in Welsh), provides a wide variety of high quality activities and entertainment for both the University and the local community, championing Welsh language and culture. The University has a dedicated Widening Access Centre that provides a vital link between the University and its surrounding community. We are also committed to the principles of sustainable development and global citizenship and to ensuring that all our functions reflect this.


A strong, confident institution recognised regionally, nationally and internationally as a centre of excellence for its varied portfolio of teaching and research, and for the unique, multicultural, inclusive experience it provides for its staff and students.

Further Information

Click here for the recent annual review and accounts.

Language and culture

Since its inception in 1884, the University has a tradition of integral links with its local community. Our identity is inextricably associated with our location and we play a leading role in the Welsh culture and economy and in fostering the Welsh language. We are the leading provider of higher education through the medium of Welsh, in terms of volume, breadth of courses and expertise, and we are the sector’s standard-bearer for Welsh Language services and support.

The University actively supports staff to learn Welsh and in using it at all levels of University work. This support will be made available to the successful candidate, if required.


The academic activities of the University are grouped into three Colleges.

The College of Arts, Humanities and Business comprises the following schools and academic centres:

  • Bangor Business School
  • School of History, Philosophy and Social Sciences
  • School of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
  • School of Law
  • School of Music and Media
  • School of Welsh and Celtic Studies

The College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering comprises the following schools and academic centres:

  • School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering
  • School of Natural Sciences
  • School of Ocean Sciences
  • The BioComposites Centre

The College of Human Sciences comprises the following schools and academic centres:

  • School of Education and Human Development
  • School of Health Sciences
  • School of Medical Sciences
  • School of Psychology
  • School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences

Please click here to view the Marketing, Communications and Recruitment Directorate structure chart, and for the Department of UK Recruitment and Admissions structure chart you can click here.

The role

Role title: Director of UK Recruitment and Admissions
Job reference: AQ1201

Job purpose

The new role of Director of UK Recruitment and Admissions will have senior leadership responsibility for all aspects of UK student recruitment. This will include the entire lifecycle from enquiry generation through to enrolment. Reporting directly to the Chief Marketing Officer and Vice-President International (CMO), the post holder will directly input to and influence the development of a University wide, fully integrated, marketing, communications and recruitment strategic plan.

This is a complex role of high strategic importance, having a direct and significant impact on the University’s core source of funding.

The University has ambitious plans for UK student recruitment, this post holder will be expected to develop and deliver recruitment activity which is data led, target focused and highly creative. They will be required to build high performing teams who deliver sector leading recruitment activity that get Bangor University noticed.

By proactively and constructively challenging conventional thinking, the post holder will enable the University to achieve its ambition to increase UK student recruitment at all levels and to increase market share.

The ultimate aim of this post is to significantly increase the number of UK applications to Bangor University and ensure that conversion of these applications is maximised.

This post can be based at our Bangor or Wrexham campus, the postholder can decide, however travel to the other campus will be required.

Main duties and responsibilities

UK Student Recruitment

  • Lead a major review of the central student recruitment operations of the University.
  • Strategically lead the development of student recruitment plans for England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, these plans should be data led.
  • Develop a new delivery model for student recruitment activity which is creative and innovative in its approach.
  • Review all available data to ensure a full understanding of the current market context and the ambition of the University, developing plans to bridge the gap.
  • Develop an agile and responsive student recruitment team who are highly creative and engaged.
  • Work with this team to develop a modern, highly effective student recruitment service which can effectively meet the broad University needs and specific School or subject needs.
  • Lead a strategic review and redesign of advertising programmes for undergraduate student recruitment. These need to be highly creative, multi-channel and planned and booked in a timely way, with clear calls to action and ability to measure impact designed in.
  • Review and re-design the undergraduate on-campus event offer. To include a complete redesign of on campus open days to increase capacity, increase visitor satisfaction and increase conversion to applications. Also review visit days to provide a clearer distinction between these and open days. To also review the online event offer and complimentary on campus visit offers. Also review and redesign the timings of these events to better meet the needs of the market.
  • Review and re-design recruitment activities targeting postgraduate recruitment. Events, content, advertising to all be specifically designed for this market and not adapted from the UG activity.
  • Lead a strategic review of all outreach activities across the whole University. As a result, refocus and reprioritise all outreach activity to ensure that impact and return on investment is maximised – prioritising quality over quantity.
  • Review all recruitment event participation and lead on strategically redesigning the programme to maximise impact and maximise enquiry levels.

UK Recruitment Marketing

  • Strategically lead the development of recruitment assets which are highly creative, clearly articulate the brand and which fully comply with the University corporate identity regulations.
  • Strategically lead the review and redesign the publication portfolio to support UG and PG recruitment.
  • Strategically lead the development of content related to courses and students to support student recruitment.
  • Strategically lead collaborative working with Brand Marketing and Alumni to develop the resources to support student recruitment.
  • Review all conversion activity at both UG and PG level and develop conversation plans which are fully integrated with School conversion activity. These should consider enquirer conversion to applicant and applicant to enrolment. They should be designed for maximum impact with quality taking precedent over quantity.
  • Take lead responsibility for the provision of the University CRM system, working with ITS to ensure it is fit for purpose.
  • Ensure that all opportunities to capture enquirer data are maximised and that this data is utilised effectively and efficiently.
  • Lead on the management of key agency contracts as and when required.

UK Admissions

  • Strategically lead on the development and provision of a sector leading admissions process which puts the students needs at its centre.
  • The post holder should stay sector engaged to understand and anticipate competitor behaviour and to build this in to system design and delivery.
  • Design an admissions service which is efficient, effective and timely, with the highest levels of customer service internally and externally.
  • Anticipate and plan for peaks and troughs in demand and ensure that the service is designed to cope with this.
  • Strategically lead on the planning, management and delivery of all Clearing operations, including the Clearing helpline service.
  • Build strategic alliances internally with academic Schools to enable effective collaborative working.
  • Strategically design and build a reserve team from outside of the admissions staff who can act as a back up at times of very high demand.

Widening Access

  • Work with the CMO on the development of the University Fee and Access Plan.
  • Take lead responsibility for key deliverables within the Fee and Access Plan.
  • Take the strategic lead and the development of a Widening Access Plan and to ensure that this is fully integrated into the wider student recruitment activity.
  • Record all widening access activity and report on its delivery and impact.

Other duties and responsibilities

  • Management of significant and complex budgets.
  • The post holder will be expected to participate in performance review and developmental activities.
  • The post holder will be expected to comply with the University equal opportunities policies, Dignity at Work and Study Policy and the University’s Welsh Language Policy and the Welsh Language Standards.
  • The post holder has a general and legal duty of care in relation to health, safety and wellbeing and must take all reasonable steps to ensure a safe and healthy working environment for him/her self and for other members of staff, students and visitors affected by his/her actions or inactions.  The post holder is also required to comply with all applicable health and safety policies, procedures and risk assessments.
  • The post holder must comply with relevant legal and financial policies and procedures and be aware of their responsibilities in terms of the legal requirements of their posts.




  • Educated to degree level or equivalent in a related subject, or have significant technical experience in directly related fields.
  • Evidence of continuing professional development in directly related fields.
  • Postgraduate qualification, or significant relevant experience in a similar complex role.
  • Membership of a relevant professional body (desirable).


  • Significant experience of the strategic development and leadership of UK student recruitment, with evidence of successfully meeting or exceeding recruitment targets.
  • Significant experience of being the senior advisor to executive management on all areas that fall under your remit.
  • A track record of successful leadership of student recruitment operations within higher education.
  • A track record of working collaboratively across a complex organisation to ensure full and effective integration of service provision.
  • Experience of creating and leading high performing teams that deliver sector leading services.
  • Significant senior leadership experience in customer service operations with evidence of very high satisfaction ratings.
  • Experience of leading successful admissions operations which have actively increased recruitment.
  • Significant experience of designing student recruitment activities, including advertising and events, that are highly creative, high impact and sector leading.
  • Externally engaged, aware and well networked within higher education.
  • Highly skilled in commissioning and utilising data to inform decision making.
  • Experience in strategic leadership of widening access strategies and plan delivery.
  • Significant knowledge of the higher education sector.
  • Experience of the development and delivery of award winning student recruitment related activity (desirable).
  • Experience of the development and design of CRM systems (desirable).
  • Marketing experience (desirable).
  • Experience of recruitment in both English and Welsh (desirable).

Skills/ abilities

  • Highly creative with the ability to innovate and standard set.
  • Ability to monitor and evaluate progress and return on investment.
  • Ability to form, develop and maintain high performing teams.
  • Exceptional people skills, enabling the development of relationships internally and externally.
  • Exceptional networking skills, particularly externally, within higher education and beyond.
  • Self-motivated and resilient.
  • Ability to recognise the importance of recruitment activity delivered in the Welsh medium and to facilitate this seamlessly.
  • Ability to work across a wide age range from primary school to mature students (desirable).


  • The ability to communicate through the medium of Welsh is desirable for this role. (If applicants are not able to speak / write in Welsh at present, there are many opportunities to learn if the successful candidate wishes to do so.)

A significant amount of the student recruitment activity has to be made available in both Welsh and English and therefore capacity for communication in Welsh is essential within the wider team as a whole. Even if the postholder does not speak Welsh they will be expected to ensure that sufficient capacity is always maintained within the teams for which they are responsible.


The University is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity and to creating an inclusive working environment. We believe this can be achieved through attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse range of staff from many different backgrounds.  We strive to develop a workforce from all sections of the community regardless of sex, gender identity, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, trans identity, relationship status, religion or belief, caring responsibilities, or age. We promote and facilitate the use of the Welsh language through our progressive Welsh Language Policy. We comply with the Welsh Language Standards and are committed to equality of opportunity. You are welcome to apply for any job in English or Welsh and all applications submitted will be treated equally.

We are a member of Advance HE’s Athena SWAN Gender Equality charter and hold a Bronze award in recognition of our commitment to and progress towards gender equality within the University’s policies, practices, and culture. We are proud to be a Disability Confident employer.

All members of staff have a duty to ensure their actions are in line with the overall environmental aims of the University and minimise their environmental impact.

All offers are made subject to proof of eligibility to work in the UK and receipt of satisfactory references.

All candidates must meet the requirements of UK ‘right to work’ requirements *** If you require Home Office permission to work in the UK, or need to switch your visa status in order to take this job, please note that following the introduction by the Government of immigration limits on skilled workers we recommend you use the following link to information about the routes into employment and to check eligibility requirements:

Please note that, in the event of applications being received from candidates on the University’s Redeployment Register with a reasonable skills match to the post specification, these applicants will be given prior consideration.

Y rôl

Teitl y rôl: Cyfarwyddwr Recriwtio a Derbyn y DU
Cyfeirnod swydd: AQ1201

Diben y swydd

Bydd swydd newydd Cyfarwyddwr Recriwtio a Derbyniadau yn y Deyrnas Unedig yn gyfrifol ar lefel uwch arweinydd am bob agwedd ar recriwtio myfyrwyr yn y Deyrnas Unedig. Bydd hyn yn cynnwys y broses gyfan, o gynhyrchu ymholiadau hyd nes bod myfyrwyr yn ymrestru. Bydd deiliad y swydd yn adrodd yn uniongyrchol i’r Prif Swyddog Marchnata ac Is-lywydd Rhyngwladol, ac yn dylanwadu ac yn cyfrannu’n uniongyrchol at ddatblygu cynllun strategol integredig ar gyfer marchnata, cyfathrebu a recriwtio ledled y Brifysgol.

Mae hon yn swydd gymhleth o bwysigrwydd strategol uchel, a fydd yn cael effaith uniongyrchol a sylweddol ar brif ffynhonnell gyllid y Brifysgol.

Mae gan y Brifysgol gynlluniau uchelgeisiol o ran recriwtio myfyrwyr yn y Deyrnas Unedig a bydd disgwyl i ddeiliad y swydd ddatblygu a chyflawni gweithgarwch recriwtio sy’n cael ei arwain gan ddata, sy’n canolbwyntio ar dargedau, ac sy’n hynod greadigol. Bydd yn ofynnol iddynt feithrin timau sy’n perfformio’n dda ac sy’n darparu gweithgarwch recriwtio sy’n arwain y sector ac yn denu sylw at Brifysgol Bangor.

Drwy herio syniadaeth gonfensiynol yn rhagweithiol ac mewn modd adeiladol, bydd deiliad y swydd yn galluogi’r Brifysgol i gyflawni ei huchelgais i gynyddu recriwtio myfyrwyr yn y Deyrnas Unedig ar bob lefel a chynyddu ei chyfran o’r farchnad.

Nod pennaf y swydd hon yw cynyddu’n sylweddol nifer y ceisiadau i Brifysgol Bangor gan ddarpar fyfyrwyr yn y Deyrnas Unedig a sicrhau y gwneir y defnydd gorau posibl o’r ceisiadau hynny.

Gall deiliad y swydd ddewis cael y swydd wedi ei lleoli ar ein campws ym Mangor neu yn Wrecsam, ond bydd angen teithio o’r naill gampws i’r llall.

Prif Ddyletswyddau a Chyfrifoldebau

Recriwtio Myfyrwyr yn y Deyrnas Unedig

  • Arwain adolygiad sylweddol o weithrediadau canolog recriwtio myfyrwyr y Brifysgol.
  • Arwain yn strategol ar y gwaith o ddatblygu cynlluniau recriwtio myfyrwyr ar gyfer Cymru, Lloegr, yr Alban ac Iwerddon, a dylai’r cynlluniau hyn fod wedi eu harwain gan ddata.
  • Datblygu model darparu newydd ar gyfer gweithgarwch recriwtio myfyrwyr sy’n greadigol ac yn arloesol o ran y dull gweithredu a ddefnyddir.
  • Adolygu’r holl ddata sydd ar gael i sicrhau dealltwriaeth lawn o gyd-destun presennol y farchnad ac uchelgais y Brifysgol, gan ddatblygu cynlluniau i bontio’r bwlch.
  • Datblygu tîm recriwtio myfyrwyr hyblyg ac ymatebol sy’n greadigol ac ymroddgar iawn.
  • Gweithio gyda’r tîm hwn i ddatblygu gwasanaeth recriwtio myfyrwyr modern, hynod effeithiol a all ddiwallu anghenion amrywiol y Brifysgol ac anghenion penodol ysgolion a phynciau.
  • Arwain adolygiad strategol ac ailgynllunio rhaglenni hysbysebu ar gyfer recriwtio myfyrwyr israddedig. Bydd angen iddynt fod yn hynod greadigol, yn aml-sianel ac wedi’u cynllunio a’u harchebu mewn modd amserol, gan roi pethau pendant ar waith a bod â’r gallu i fesur yr effaith yn rhai o’u dyluniad.
  • Adolygu ac ail-ddylunio’r digwyddiadau israddedig sy’n cael eu cynnal ar y campws. Dylai hyn gynnwys ailgynllunio’r diwrnodau agored ar y campws yn llwyr er mwyn cynyddu capasiti, cynyddu boddhad ymwelwyr a chynyddu’r broses o drosi ymholiadau’n geisiadau. Hefyd adolygu diwrnodau ymweld i wahaniaethu’n gliriach rhwng diwrnodau ymweld a diwrnodau agored. Adolygu hefyd y digwyddiadau sy’n cael eu cynnig ar-lein a’r cyfleoedd ychwanegol i ymweld â’r campws. Hefyd adolygu ac ailgynllunio amseriad y digwyddiadau hyn er mwyn diwallu anghenion y farchnad yn well.
  • Adolygu ac ail-ddylunio gweithgareddau recriwtio sy’n targedu recriwtio ôl-raddedigion. Cynllunio digwyddiadau, cynnwys a hysbysebu yn benodol ar gyfer y farchnad hon ac nid addasu gweithgarwch israddedig.
  • Arwain adolygiad strategol o’r holl weithgareddau estyn allan ar draws y Brifysgol gyfan. Ailffocysu ac ail-flaenoriaethu’r holl weithgarwch estyn allan er mwyn uchafu’r effaith a’r adenillion ar fuddsoddiad – gan flaenoriaethu ansawdd dros faintioli.
  • Adolygu pob cyfraniad mewn digwyddiadau recriwtio ac arwain ar ailgynllunio’r rhaglen mewn modd strategol er mwyn sicrhau’r effaith fwyaf posibl a chynyddu lefelau ymholiadau i’r eithaf.

Marchnata a Recriwtio yn y  Deyrnas Unedig

  • Arwain yn strategol ar y gwaith o ddatblygu asedau recriwtio hynod greadigol sy’n mynegi’r brand yn glir ac sy’n cydymffurfio’n llawn â rheoliadau hunaniaeth gorfforaethol y Brifysgol.
  • Arwain yr adolygiad yn strategol ac ailgynllunio’r portffolio o gyhoeddiadau i gefnogi recriwtio israddedigion ac ôl-raddedigion.
  • Arwain yn strategol ar y gwaith o ddatblygu cynnwys sy’n ymwneud â chyrsiau a myfyrwyr i gefnogi recriwtio myfyrwyr.
  • Arwain yn strategol ar waith cydweithredol gyda’r uned Marchnata Brand a’r uned Cyn-fyfyrwyr wrth ddatblygu’r adnoddau i gefnogi recriwtio myfyrwyr.
  • Adolygu’r holl weithgarwch trosi ar lefel israddedig ac ôl-radd a datblygu cynlluniau sgwrsio sydd wedi’u hintegreiddio’n llawn â gweithgarwch tebyg mewn ysgolion. Dylent ystyried trosi ymholwyr yn ymgeiswyr a throsi ymgeiswyr yn fyfyrwyr cofrestredig. Dylid eu cynllunio i gael yr effaith fwyaf posibl gan roi blaenoriaeth i ansawdd dros faintioli.
  • Cymryd y prif gyfrifoldeb am ddarparu system Rheoli Cysylltiadau Cwsmeriaid y Brifysgol, gan weithio gyda’r Gwasanaethau Technoleg Gwybodaeth i sicrhau ei bod yn addas i’r diben.
  • Sicrhau y manteisir i’r eithaf ar yr holl gyfleoedd i gasglu data ymholwyr a bod y data hwnnw’n cael ei ddefnyddio’n effeithiol ac yn effeithlon.
  • Arwain ar reoli contractau asiantaethau allweddol yn ôl yr angen.

Derbyniadau yn y Deyrnas Unedig

  • Arwain yn strategol ar ddatblygu a darparu proses dderbyniadau sy’n arwain sector ac sy’n rhoi lle canolog i anghenion myfyrwyr.
  • Dylai deiliad y swydd gynnal ei ddiddordeb yn y sector er mwyn deall a rhagweld ymddygiad cystadleuwyr ac ymgorffori hyn yn rhan o gynllun a gweithrediad y system.
  • Cynllunio gwasanaeth derbyniadau sy’n effeithlon, yn effeithiol ac yn amserol, gan gynnig y lefelau uchaf o wasanaeth i gwsmeriaid yn fewnol ac yn allanol.
  • Rhagweld a chynllunio ar gyfer cyfnodau brig a chyfnodau tawel o ran galw a sicrhau bod y gwasanaeth wedi’i gynllunio i fedru ymdopi â hyn.
  • Arwain yn strategol ar gynllunio, rheoli a darparu holl weithrediadau’r drefn Clirio, gan gynnwys gwasanaeth llinell gymorth Clirio.
  • Meithrin cynghreiriau strategol yn fewnol gydag ysgolion academaidd er mwyn galluogi cydweithredu effeithiol.
  • Mynd ati’n strategol i gynllunio a meithrin tîm wrth gefn y tu allan i’r tîm staff derbyniadau a all gynorthwyo ar adegau pan fo’r galw’n fawr.

Ehangu Mynediad

  • Gweithio gyda’r Prif Swyddog Marchnata ar ddatblygu Cynllun Ffioedd a Mynediad y Brifysgol.
  • Cymryd y cyfrifoldeb arweiniol am ddarpariaethau allweddol yn y Cynllun Ffioedd a Mynediad.
  • Arwain yn strategol ar y Cynllun Ehangu Mynediad a sicrhau bod hyn yn cael ei integreiddio’n llawn yn rhan o’r gweithgarwch recriwtio myfyrwyr ehangach.
  • Cofnodi’r holl weithgarwch ehangu mynediad ac adrodd ar y ddarpariaeth a’i heffaith.

Dyletswyddau a Chyfrifoldebau Eraill

  • Rheoli cyllidebau sylweddol a chymhleth.
  • Disgwylir i ddeiliad y swydd gymryd rhan mewn adolygiadau perfformiad a gweithgareddau datblygu.
  • Disgwylir i’r ymgeisydd llwyddiannus gydymffurfio â pholisïau cyfle cyfartal, Polisi Urddas yn y Gwaith ac wrth Astudio, a Pholisi Iaith Gymraeg y Brifysgol a Safonau’r Iaith Gymraeg.
  • Mae gan ddeiliad y swydd ddyletswydd gofal cyffredinol a chyfreithiol mewn perthynas ag iechyd, diogelwch a lles, a rhaid iddo/iddi gymryd yr holl gamau sy’n rhesymol i sicrhau amgylchedd gwaith diogel ac iach iddo/iddi’i hun ac i aelodau staff eraill, myfyrwyr ac ymwelwyr y mae ei (g)weithrediadau neu ei (d)diffyg gweithredu yn effeithio arnynt.  Mae’n ofynnol hefyd i ddeiliad y swydd gydymffurfio â’r holl bolisïau, gweithdrefnau ac asesiadau risg perthnasol sy’n ymwneud ag iechyd a diogelwch.
  • Rhaid i ddeiliad y swydd gydymffurfio â’r polisïau a’r dulliau gweithredu cyfreithiol a chyllidol perthnasol, a bod yn ymwybodol o’r cyfrifoldebau sydd arni/sydd arno o ran gofynion cyfreithiol y swydd.




  • Addysg i lefel gradd neu gymhwyster cyfatebol mewn pwnc cysylltiedig, neu fod â phrofiad technegol sylweddol mewn meysydd perthnasol.
  • Tystiolaeth o ddatblygiad proffesiynol parhaus mewn meysydd perthnasol.
  • Cymhwyster ôl-radd, neu brofiad perthnasol sylweddol mewn swydd gymhleth debyg.
  • Aelodaeth o gorff proffesiynol perthnasol (dymunol).


  • Profiad sylweddol o ddatblygu ac arwain yn strategol ar waith recriwtio myfyrwyr yn y Deyrnas Unedig, gyda thystiolaeth o lwyddo i gyflawni neu ragori ar dargedau recriwtio.
  • Profiad sylweddol o fod yn uwch-gynghorydd i reolwyr gweithredol ym mhob maes sy’n rhan o’ch cylch gwaith.
  • Profiad llwyddiannus o arwain gweithrediadau recriwtio myfyrwyr mewn addysg uwch.
  • Profiad o gydweithio ar draws sefydliad cymhleth i sicrhau bod y gwasanaethau sy’n cael eu darparu wedi eu hintegreiddio’n llawn ac yn effeithiol.
  • Profiad o sefydlu ac arwain timau sy’n perfformio’n dda ac sy’n darparu gwasanaethau sy’n arwain y sector.
  • Profiad sylweddol fel uwch arweinydd mewn gweithrediadau gwasanaethu cwsmeriaid gyda thystiolaeth o sgoriau boddhad uchel iawn.
  • Profiad o arwain gweithrediadau derbyniadau llwyddiannus a lwyddodd i gynyddu recriwtio.
  • Profiad sylweddol o gynllunio gweithgareddau recriwtio myfyrwyr, gan gynnwys hysbysebu a digwyddiadau hynod greadigol, a gafodd effaith sylweddol ac a oedd yn arwain y sector.
  • Diddordeb ac ymwybyddiaeth mewn materion allanol gan feddu ar rwydweithiau da ym maes addysg uwch.
  • Medrus iawn wrth gomisiynu a defnyddio data i lywio’r broses o wneud penderfyniadau.
  • Profiad o arwain yn strategol ar strategaethau ehangu mynediad a chynllunio’r gwaith o’u cyflawni.
  • Gwybodaeth sylweddol am y sector addysg uwch.
  • Profiad o ddatblygu a chyflawni gweithgarwch llwyddiannus wrth recriwtio myfyrwyr (dymunol).
  • Profiad o ddatblygu a dylunio systemau Rheoli Cysylltiadau Cwsmeriaid (dymunol).
  • Profiad o farchnata (dymunol).
  • Profiad o recriwtio yn Gymraeg ac yn Saesneg (dymunol).


  • Hynod greadigol gyda’r gallu i arloesi a gosod safonau.
  • Y gallu i fonitro a gwerthuso cynnydd ac adenillion ar fuddsoddiad.
  • Y gallu i ffurfio, datblygu a chynnal timau sy’n perfformio’n dda.
  • Sgiliau eithriadol wrth ymdrin â phobl, er mwyn datblygu cysylltiadau’n fewnol ac yn allanol.
  • Sgiliau rhwydweithio eithriadol, yn enwedig yn allanol, ym maes addysg uwch a thu hwnt i hynny.
  • Blaengar a gwydn.
  • Y gallu i gydnabod pwysigrwydd gweithgarwch recriwtio sy’n cael ei ddarparu yn Gymraeg a hwyluso hynny i ddigwydd yn esmwyth.
  • Y gallu i weithio ar draws ystod oedran eang o ysgolion cynradd i fyfyrwyr hŷn  (dymunol).


  • Mae gallu cyfathrebu yn Gymraeg yn ddymunol ar gyfer y swydd hon. (Os nad yw ymgeiswyr yn gallu siarad/ysgrifennu Cymraeg ar hyn o bryd, mae llawer o gyfleoedd i ddysgu os bydd yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus yn dymuno gwneud hynny.)

Rhaid darparu llawer iawn o weithgarwch recriwtio myfyrwyr yn Gymraeg ac yn Saesneg ac felly mae bod â’r gallu o fewn y tîm ehangach yn ei gyfanrwydd i gyfathrebu yn Gymraeg yn hanfodol. Hyd yn oed os nad yw deiliad y swydd yn siarad Cymraeg bydd disgwyl iddynt sicrhau bob amser bod digon o gapasiti yn cael ei gynnal o fewn y timau y maent yn gyfrifol amdanynt.


Mae’r Brifysgol wedi ymrwymo i gefnogi a hyrwyddo cydraddoldeb ac amrywiaeth ac i greu amgylchedd gwaith cynhwysol. Credwn y gellir cyflawni hyn trwy ddenu, datblygu a chadw amrywiaeth eang o staff o nifer o wahanol gefndiroedd. Rydym yn ymdrechu i ddatblygu gweithlu o bob rhan o’r gymuned beth bynnag fo eu rhyw, hunaniaeth rhyw, ethnigrwydd, anabledd, cyfeiriadedd rhywiol, hunaniaeth drawsryweddol, statws  perthynas, crefydd neu gred, dyletswyddau gofalu, neu oedran. Rydym yn hyrwyddo ac yn hwyluso’r defnydd o’r Gymraeg trwy ein polisi iaith blaengar. Rydym yn cydymffurfio â Safonau’r Gymraeg ac yn ymrwymo i gyfle cyfartal. Mae croeso i chi wneud cais am unrhyw swydd yn Gymraeg neu yn Saesneg, a chaiff pob cais ei drin yn gyfartal.

Rydym yn aelod o siarter Cydraddoldeb Rhyw Athena SWAN Advance HE ac rydym wedi derbyn gwobr Efydd i gydnabod ein hymrwymiad i gydraddoldeb rhyw a’r cynnydd a wneir ym mholisïau, arferion a diwylliant y Brifysgol. Rydym yn falch o fod yn Gyflogwr Hyderus o ran Anabledd.

Mae’n ddyletswydd ar holl aelodau’r staff i sicrhau bod eu gweithredoedd yn cydymffurfio ag amcanion amgylcheddol cyffredinol y Brifysgol a’u bod yn lleihau eu heffaith ar yr amgylchedd.

Gwneir pob cynnig yn amodol ar weld tystiolaeth eich bod yn gymwys i weithio yn y Deyrnas Unedig ac ar dderbyn geirdaon boddhaol.

Rhaid i’r holl ymgeiswyr ateb gofynion y Deyrnas Unedig o ran ‘hawl i weithio’ *** Os oes arnoch angen caniatâd y Swyddfa Gartref i weithio yn y Deyrnas Unedig, neu fod angen newid statws eich fisa er mwyn cymryd y swydd hon cofiwch, ers i’r llywodraeth gyflwyno cyfyngiadau ar fewnfudo o ran niferoedd y gweithwyr medrus, ein bod yn argymell i chi ddefnyddio’r cyswllt canlynol i gael gwybodaeth am y llwybrau i gyflogaeth ac i wirio gofynion cymhwysedd:

Sylwer, os cawn geisiadau gan ymgeiswyr sydd ar gofrestr adleoli’r brifysgol sydd â sgiliau sy’n cyfateb yn weddol i ofynion y swydd, caiff yr ymgeiswyr hynny eu hystyried yn gyntaf.

Terms of appointment

The post is offered on a full time, permanent basis. It is a grade 10 position with a salary up to £75,000.

The post can be based at our Bangor or Wrexham campus, the postholder can decide, however travel to the other campus will be required.

All other terms and conditions will be in accordance with the standard terms and conditions of employment at the University for professional services staff.

How to apply

Anderson Quigley is acting as an advisor to Bangor University. An executive search process is being carried out by Anderson Quigley in addition to the public advertisement.

Should you wish to discuss the role in strict confidence, please contact Ed Pritchard on +44(0)7980 817 927.

The closing dates for applications is noon on Monday 2 August 2021.

Applications should consist of:

  • A full CV.
  • A covering letter (maximum of 3 pages) setting out your interest in the role and details of how you match the person specification.
  • Please include current salary details and the names and addresses of two referees. Referees will not be approached until the final stages and not without prior permission from candidates.
  • Please complete the following confidential online Equal Opportunity Monitoring Form.

Completed applications should be uploaded at using the reference number AQ1201.

Bangor University is committed to creating a supportive and inclusive environment for all our students, staff and our partners. We aim to take every opportunity to progress equality and diversity and celebrate the enrichment this brings to our community.

Search timetable 

Closing date: noon on Monday 2 August
Shortlisting: Tuesday 10 August
Final Panel Interviews: Monday 23 August (pm)