|Salary:||£54,949 to £61,823|
|Placed On:||2nd February 2023|
|Closes:||27th February 2023|
Glasgow is one of the oldest universities in the English-speaking world. Our inventions, interventions and innovations have helped to shape the social, cultural and economic prosperity of our city, our country and civilisation itself. We have been changing the world since 1451. Today, as well as being one of the best universities in the world, we are one of the best universities for the world: Glasgow is ranked in the world’s top 20 universities for our contribution to the UN Sustainable Development goals.
Academic Policy & Governance (APG) plays a leading role in supporting the evolution and progress of the University through the implementation of its strategic ambition, particularly in the spheres of both Learning & Teaching, and Internationalisation. An opportunity has arisen for a Deputy Director of Academic Policy & Governance (Strategy & Collaborations) to join us on a full time, open-ended basis. The postholder will be a vital contributor in leading delivery as a key member of our management team working alongside the Director of APG, and Deputy Director (Standards & Quality).
As the Deputy Director of Academic Policy & Governance (Strategy & Collaborations), you will directly support the leadership of Academic Policy & Governance (APG) services in a complex, rapidly changing and developing context, supporting the University’s vision and strategic plans including those of the Student and Academic Services directorate. You’ll provide effective leadership and management of the University’s strategic delivery relating to academic partnerships (formal collaborative agreements) and delivery of aspects of the Learning & Teaching Strategy.
The postholder will provide authoritative and expert advice and guidance to the senior University team across areas of responsibility. You’ll develop long-term strategies and implement plans to optimise efficiency and embed service excellence.
We are seeking someone with shared purpose, shared values and a strong team ethos, to provide effective leadership and service excellence. We’re keen to hear from candidates who have extensive experience of leadership of academic administration in (UK) higher education, as well as wide ranging experience of strategy development and delivery. You’ll have expert knowledge of the UK higher education sector, including academic governance and policy and procedures for quality enhancement and assurance, and awareness of wider global developments, coupled with the ability to lead decisively and motivate others in a complex and fast-changing environment.
To apply online, please visit the below link: https://my.corehr.com/pls/uogrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=108608
Closing Date: Monday 27th February 2023
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