Head of School of Law and Professor of Law - 54011
University of Strathclyde - Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - School of Law
|Placed on:||14th November 2016|
|Closes:||11th December 2016|
Salary range: The salary offered will be appropriate to the qualifications, standing and experience of the successful candidate and commensurate with the seniority of the appointment.
Term: Initially for 3 years as Head of School, with the possibility of a second term in office. Running in parallel with this appointment, the successful candidate will hold a substantive, open–ended, Professorial post.
As a research intensive School, we have an international reputation for high quality research, teaching and knowledge exchange.
We are looking to appoint an internationally recognised academic leader with a substantial track record in teaching, research and knowledge exchange. You will be expected to provide academic and motivational leadership to enable the Law School to take forward its portfolio of research and knowledge exchange activity, its leading teaching programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and to enhance the School’s national and international reputation.
You will be an excellent communicator, capable of inspiring staff and students and driving forward the School’s ambitions and strategic aims. We welcome applications from high calibre applicants in any area of law.
Appointment as Head of School will be for a fixed term period of 3 years initially and you will also be appointed to an open-ended substantive Professorial post in the School at a level which is in accordance with your qualifications, standing and experience.
You should be able to demonstrate your ability to undertake the full range of activities and responsibilities required of both the Head of School and Professor roles.
Following a long-list meeting of the Selection Panel, successful candidates will be invited to attend preliminary interviews with Harvey Nash during late December and early January. It is anticipated that final stage interviews will take place at the University during February.
Further information on the application process and role can be found at the recruitment microsite or by contacting Imogen Wilde by telephone on 0207 333 1503 or 07791 938533 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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