At Edinburgh Napier University we are currently recruiting for a Dean of the School of Engineering & the Built Environment.
We have bold ambitions – growing our academic reputation, delivering an exceptional student experience, building innovation and enterprise, and ensuring our work makes an impact around the world.
Join us and you’ll find that we support ambition, recognise achievement and encourage innovation in every one of our people.
We’re proud of our achievements, but we’re aiming higher. The difference is yours to make.
As the Dean, you’ll have a broad responsibility to drive and support our 2020 strategic aims: building our academic reputation, providing an exceptional student experience, working closely with industry and growing the school’s income.
You’ll set out your own vision and strategy for the school and provide the leadership to help us attract, retain and motivate the best possible academic staff, instilling the right behaviours and inspiring outstanding performance. You’ll look to drive the growth of our research, public engagement and enterprise and make sure this is matched by a suitably high profile.
The progress of the modern world depends on the calibre of the engineers, technologists and built environment professionals that our School of Engineering & the Built Environment produces.
We have a long history of innovative applied research, working with industry and government on projects that are not only highly valued, but rated as internationally excellent and world leading.
Our Engineering courses and Building and Surveying courses are designed to meet the needs of employers and most are accredited by relevant professional bodies, furnishing our graduates with sought-after skills and paving the way for the best possible careers.
For a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity, please contact Cathy Harcourt, Director at Harcourt Michaels:
To apply, please send a covering letter and an up to date copy of your CV to the email address above.
Closing date for applications will be midnight on Monday 16 July 2018.
Interviews will take place in Edinburgh on the following dates in August 2018:
First stage - 2 & 3 August
Final panel stage - 15 August
Edinburgh Napier University is committed to the creation of an inclusive culture. We currently hold a bronze Athena SWAN Institutional Award.
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