February 3rd, 2017
The University Council is now inviting applications for the position of Vice-Chancellor, which will become vacant from 1 October 2017 when Professor Sir David Greenaway retires.
You can view the advert on the Times Higher Education website. The position will be advertised until Monday 27 February.
Following the open meetings that took place in January, the University community still has the opportunity to contribute to the recruitment process. To share your views and see full details of the consultation process, visit the Vice-Chancellor search microsite. Once finalised, the full further particulars for the Vice-Chancellor role will be made available on Workspace for members of the University to read.
Tags: appointment, David Greenaway, Perrett Laver, retirement, University Council, University Executive Board, Vice Chancellor
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