The Directorate of Technology, Estates & Facilities (DTEF) is responsible for ‘providing outstanding work, study, research facilities, and facilities to enhance the student experience, on campus and online’.
Our directorate consists of three sections which are:
Technology: IT Infrastructure: Networks, Faculty IT and Security, Systems, Desktop and Print.
Digital: Software, Projects, BA/change management.
Estates: Estates Operations: Asset Management, Policy & Assurance, Operations & Maintenance.
Estates Development: Estates Programmes, Projects, and DTEF Engagement.
Facilities: Campus Services: Facilities, Admin. & Customers, Accommodation & Room Bookings
Commercial Services: Retail, Catering, Conferences, Nursery, Copy & Print, York Sport, York Science Park Ltd & Guildhall.
This role is within Space Planning and will report to the Head of Space Services and will assist in providing advice, support and guidance on all matters relating to space allocation, efficiency and utilisation with regards to the timetable.
Your key role will be to ensure the effective and efficient delivery of a quality timetable whilst considering space efficiency. You will ensure that you and your team supports the Head of Space Services in building strong relationships with faculties, academic departments, students, and hosted businesses and that your team use sound judgement to develop, allocate and control space in line with the University’s strategies, policies and procedures. You will lead by example and provide excellent support and guidance to your team.
Interview date: To be confirmed
For informal enquiries: please contact Sian Brown at email@example.com
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