Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences) – closing 21 Feb

Job reference: 19/108061

Salary: Remuneration will be highly competitive, reflecting our ambition to continue our development.

Job category/type: Academic

The Opportunity

Queen’s is seeking a Pro-Vice-Chancellor for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. This position is a member of the University Executive Board, which has responsibility for the strategic leadership of the University. The University is currently developing its new strategic plan. As well as providing leadership of the Faculty, they will play an important executive leadership role, with other colleagues on the Executive Board, adopting a collaborative and integrated approach to delivering University wide success. The role requires commitment to leading, developing and delivering excellence in both Teaching & Learning, and Research & Innovation, including strategic national and international initiatives and partnerships.

For more information visit: www.qub.ac.uk/pvcrecruitment

To apply

Follow the link below to www.qub.ac.uk and download the full specification (pdf) and apply online.

Pro-Vice-Chancellor

About Queen’s

Queen’s is a member of the Russell Group, currently ranked in the top 200 universities world-wide. As a University proud of its positive impact on society, Queen’s plays a unique social and economic leadership role in Northern Ireland. The University is a leading player in the delivery of the Belfast Region City Deal, an GBP 850m economic growth deal, which includes substantial investment for innovation in creative industries, advanced manufacturing, computer science and health research. Queen’s was recently ranked first in the UK in the Entrepreneurial Impact Ranking, which assessed universities leading the way in creating and commercialising their research. Based in Belfast, a modern capital city known for its quality of life, it is a great place to live and work and was named best place to visit globally, by Lonely Planet, in 2018.

Application closing date is: 21 February 2020

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