|Commensurate with professorial experience plus a £10,000 per annum Allowance
|30th November 2023
|21st January 2024
The Department of Biology is one of the UK’s most successful biological sciences departments, ranked in the Top 10 in the UK for research in the Times Higher Education's ranking of the latest REF results (2021), and with highly regarded Undergraduate taught programmes in Biology, Biomedical Sciences and Biochemistry We are now seeking to appoint a new Head of Department to succeed Prof James Moir following the conclusion of his term of office in September 2024.
Heads of Department at York have three roles of equal weight. They are, first, academic leaders of their departments, responsible for the highest possible standards in research and impact, teaching and student experience. Second, they are a crucial component in Faculty-level decision-making, working with the Dean, their team, and fellow HoDs to build ambitious Faculty-wide academic strategies and to generate and manage the resources needed to deliver them. Third, they are Senior Leaders of the University as a whole, representing the university to local, national and international stakeholders, and building and sharing the experience and expertise that enables us to meet our commitments as a University for Public Good.
Interview date: 12/02/2024
We particularly welcome applications from women and candidates who identify as Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic or Global Majority who are currently under-represented at the University.
Applicants interested in an informal discussion regarding the position are encouraged to contact the University Recruitment Adviser; Paul Ellison (email@example.com). For department-related enquiries, please contact Prof. James Moir (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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