Recruitment of five Faculty Pro-Vice-Chancellors


February 4th, 2015

The University is recruiting five Faculty Pro-Vice-Chancellors.

These new roles arise from the University’s Global Strategy 2020, which sets a bold and challenging agenda for the next five years and beyond. Central to the delivery of this strategy is a new leadership structure for the University’s academic activity in the UK, with the creation of five Faculty Pro-Vice-Chancellors (for Arts, Engineering, Medicine and Health Sciences, Science and Social Sciences).

As members of the University Executive Board, the PVCs will provide executive leadership to each Faculty and will be integral to the strategic management and success of the University. Accountable for overall performance of their faculty, they will align the ambitions and aspirations of their colleagues with those of the other faculties and in support of the University’s vision, goals and strategy.

The PVCs will have an outstanding record of academic achievement with international standing. As leaders, they will already have experience in academic units of significant size and scope, and in working as an effective member of a high performing team. They will be expected to represent the University nationally and internationally.

Internal applications are welcome. For further information or to discuss the role, please contact Perrett Laver through their website quoting the appropriate reference number:

Faculty of Arts (Ref: 1921)
Faculty of Engineering (Ref: 1922)
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (Ref: 1923)
Faculty of Science (Ref: 1924)
Faculty of Social Sciences (Ref: 1925)

Please note that Perrett Laver will not proactively approach colleagues within The University of Nottingham, but would be delighted to discuss the appointment with those who are interested in submitting an application.

The deadline for applications is midday (GMT) on Thursday 5 March. Formal interviews will take place at the University during the weeks commencing Monday 20 April and Monday 27 April.

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