|Placed On:||30th January 2023|
|Closes:||27th February 2023|
The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at the University of Liverpool is looking to appoint an academic leader with a strong research profile as the new Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor of Postgraduate Affairs and International Partnerships (APVC) to the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences (FHLS). This role offers an exciting opportunity as it is unique to the University of Liverpool.
The appointee will be joining the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences which provides research-connected teaching that drives health innovation. It is responsible for training 80% of GPs in the Liverpool City Region and the majority of allied health professionals. The faculty works across the field to train and inspire scientists, dentists, doctors and veterinarians.
The APVC would lead the newly established Postgraduate Affairs and International Partnerships Directorate (PGAIPD), which was created to enable the Faculty to deliver its strategic ambitions for postgraduate education. The APVC will be directly responsible for the development and oversight of the postgraduate strategy within the FHLS. The ideal candidate will have vision, enthusiasm and a proven track record of translating strategy into impactful actions. They will help to bring a sense of community to postgraduates within the faculty, ideally being a visible and warm leader to students and staff alike. The faculty is looking to expand its international relationships and so key to this role is the vision and ability to grow international partnerships and increase postgraduate student recruitment.
The ideal candidate will be comfortable working closely with others in a tight-knit professional and academic community, as they will be joining a strong and united team. They will be a people-focused leader who is able to bring others with them. The Faculty is seeking a candidate that will be enthusiastic about continuing to participate in research and teaching. The role is research-intensive and the appointee will be able to demonstrate extensive experience as a principal investigator.
The appointee will join an innovative University that is passionate about inspiring people to learn and achieve, that celebrates individuality and ingenuity, energy and enterprise, and is committed to enhancing both student experience and research excellence.
The role of APVC will be offered for an initial period of 3 years with potential to extend for a further 3 year period. The position includes a substantive permanent academic Professorial appointment.
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The closing date for all applications, which should be in the form of a CV and cover letter and addressed to email@example.com is 27th February 2023.
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