|Location:||Newcastle upon Tyne|
|Placed On:||25th March 2020|
|Closes:||1st June 2020|
Newcastle University Business School is located in Newcastle City Centre and at the gateway to the Newcastle Helix, a £350million partnership between Newcastle University, Newcastle City Council and Legal and General, where business meets Science.
Home to 4000 students, Newcastle University Business School is one of an elite group of Business Schools worldwide to hold triple accreditation from the three internationally recognised accreditation bodies: AMBA, AACSB, and EQUIS. This places the School in the top 1% of business schools worldwide and is testament to our reputation for Teaching and Research. Our vision is to be globally renowned for the Future of Work and developing students for a future they can shape.
The Deputy Director of School (Academic) is a senior appointment and the Director is looking for an experienced academic leader who is are passionate about leading and developing academics and who is keen to take on a challenging senior leadership position in a research-intensive culture. The role will suit an academic who has the vision, innovation and leadership skills to support strategic and academic development in a globally renowned international business school that delivers excellence in the Future of Work and develops leaders for a future they can shape
You will be a confident and resilient leader and manager who has experience of leading change and delivering results in a business school and working collaboratively with colleagues across the University. Working extensively with the Director of School, two Deputy Directors of Education and the Senior Executive Board, you will provide inspirational and visible School-wide leadership to academics across the four Subject Groups:
You will make a significant contribution to successful strategic implementation and the future success of the Business School.
Candidates must have experience of recruitment and selection, leadership, promotion and development of academics and of operationalising academic workloads. The ability to persuade, influence, motivate, and establish credibility with a wide range of stakeholders, is essential. We are particularly interested in candidates with successful interdisciplinary research collaborations and an interest in the Future of Work or Leading on Leadership.
This senior academic appointment is open-ended and the Deputy Director role is for five years in the first instance. The Deputy Director role is a key focus, with the remainder of your time allocated to Professorial research and impact and some inspirational teaching as agreed with the appointee and in line with the School’s priorities.
Applicants should hold a PhD in a relevant subject and have a record of excellence in research, engagement and impact (including PhD supervision and research funding). Salary will be at an appropriate point on the Professorial salary scale.
Further details about the School are available on the School website at http://www.ncl.ac.uk/nubs
For further information about this role, please visit the Campaign Microsite here https://www.dixonwalter.co.uk/higher-education/opportunities/nubs-deputydirector/ and/or contact Kiersten Avery, at our retained search Partner Dixon Walter at email@example.com
Informal enquiries concerning the post can be made to the Director, Professor Sharon Mavin, at Sharon.Mavin@newcastle.ac.uk
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