Working life at Leeds Trinity University is friendly, inclusive and ambitious. Whether you plan to join us as an academic or professional support member of staff, we strive to create a respectful and open-minded place to work that is underpinned by our Catholic ethos.

Leeds Trinity has a growing student population and employs enthusiastic and engaging colleagues to further develop our vision as one of the UK's leading universities for graduate employability and student-centred learning.

Find your perfect role at Leeds Trinity, learn more about our great location, campuses, and facilities. And join a committed and hardworking group of colleagues.

Main Campus (Horsforth, Leeds)

Whether you love sweating it out in the gym, lunching with colleagues or just some quiet time with a good book, our Main Campus in Horsforth is so much more than just a place to work.

Trinity Fitness, our on-campus fitness centre, offers a gym and a full timetable of exercise for a significantly discounted monthly membership. Our other sports facilities, such as the tennis courts, athletic track and pitches, are also all available to hire.

The dining room puts on a delicious spread of cooked breakfasts as well as lighter options, followed by lunch to suit a range of tastes and requirements.

We also have a Starbucks café, where you can sit with a coffee and enjoy the green space from the glass-fronted Atrium, and there's a staff room with kitchen facilities.

We also have a multi-faith prayer room for staff and students of all faiths to use.

On-campus subsidised parking is available and a regular free shuttle bus service to Horsforth train station with lines to Leeds, Harrogate and York makes our location highly accessible for your daily commute.

Horsforth is one of West Yorkshire’s most popular communities and is just six miles from Leeds city centre and a similar distance from Bradford.

If you’ve not thought about a working life outside of the city, take a look around - with a variety of restaurants, pubs, shops and local sports grounds, all set in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, it’s a great place to be.

Enjoy socialising after work at a one of the local bars or restaurants just down the road from the University, or take advantage of the fantastic shopping opportunities and nightlife in Leeds city centre, easily reached by a 12-minute direct train route.

Explore the region's fascinating ancient Viking history in York or drive less than an hour to get into the quaint villages and spectacular scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Discovering the local area is easy - Horsforth train station has regular services to York, Leeds and the beautiful spa town of Harrogate.

If you want to travel further afield, Leeds and York both offer national rail connections and Leeds Bradford Airport is your ticket to Europe and beyond, just a five-minute taxi ride from campus.

Leeds City Campus

The Leeds Trinity University City Campus will be located at Trevelyan Square, in the heart of the city and just minutes away from Leeds train station.

Leeds City Centre offers a blend of professional and personal opportunities. Explore the vibrant arts scene, indulge in the thriving music culture, and discover a range of trendy cafes, restaurants, and shops just steps away from the campus. Whether you seek professional growth, a lively social scene, or a convenient lifestyle, our Leeds City Centre Campus offers it all in abundance.

As we come closer to opening the doors to our City Campus in the 2024/25 academic year, we look forward to sharing updates on the exciting facilities and opportunities that will be available to students studying subjects that will be taught there.

The City Campus will offer a range of modern facilities and services to ensure students can make the most of their studies.

Our City Campus will provide a range of teaching, study spaces and specialist facilities for the programmes we will run there, including a trading room, board room and business engagement centre, law court and custody suite, and specialist labs for our Computer Science and Construction and the Built Environment courses.

Students will also have access to study resources and a wide range of study and open learning spaces to support collaborative working.