Head of the Department of Engineering and Mathematics

Sheffield Hallam University - Faculty of Arts, Computing, Engineering and Sciences

At the heart of a vibrant city, and with some of the very best teaching, learning and research facilities, we are one of the UK's leading providers of engineering, mathematics and physics education. We've achieved significant recent growth in research, enterprise and student recruitment. Now we're growing and improving our provision - backed by an ambitious £24m investment programme.

As Head of Department, and part of the faculty leadership team, you will develop a compelling vision around our key objectives:

  • Excellent academic provision and high student satisfaction.
  • The development of research capacity and capability that delivers 3 and 4 star outputs.
  • Continuing our excellent undergraduate recruitment.
  • Opportunities for students to broaden their horizons.

Strong industry links are an essential part of what we do, so you will need to be skilled at developing partnerships and connections that enrich our delivery in the UK and internationally.

We are also looking for someone with:

  • Strong academic leadership skills
  • A PhD in a relevant discipline
  • A significant personal academic profile

A strategic thinker, you will also be adept at planning and allocating resources for both teaching and research.

For non-EU applicants, we may be able to offer a certificate of sponsorship for this job if required.

Please quote job number: 022902

Closing date: 08/01/17 at 23.30pm

To find out more about working at Sheffield Hallam University please visit http://www.shu.ac.uk/jobs

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