|Placed On:||31st January 2023|
|Closes:||10th March 2023|
The Fellows of Exeter College, Oxford will elect a new Rector (head of the College) in June 2023, to take up the position in October 2024. The new Rector will succeed Professor Sir Rick Trainor, who has held the role since 2014 and will complete his term of office at the end of September 2024.
The College was founded in 1314. Today the College has more than 60 Fellows with research interests that span the full range of human inquiry, and over 700 talented students coming from all parts of the world and from a wide range of social and educational backgrounds.
As head of the College, the Rector is central to its governance, and is a visible presence in its academic, intellectual and social life. The role of Rector is full-time. With the permission of the Governing Body, the Rector may pursue additional professional or academic interests that are compatible with the post.
We are seeking as wide a pool of candidates as possible and welcome excellent applicants with a proven record from all backgrounds and walks of life. You will have a deep understanding of and respect for academic values. You will have a substantial reputation of achievement in your chosen field, will be able to command the intellectual respect of fellows and students, and will possess a wholehearted commitment to the role and to the academic, intellectual and social life of the College.
For further information about this opportunity, including details of how to apply, please visit www.odgers.com/87704.
The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 10th March 2023.
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