Job Offer: College Manager:
Job location: Bristol, Work in the house
In this senior function you will be undertaking strategic leadership abilities with specific accountcapability for business planning and operational delivery. Operationalising the College strategy, the function holder will develop, deliver and monitor plans that ensure the effective allocation and deployment of resources and services, compliance and governance requirements, and provision of a healthy, safe and sustainable work and study environment. The function holder will work closely with the Deputy Head of College to ensure the College's operational and financial vicapability and success (performance, health, effectiveness, sustaincapability).
As a member of both the College executive and the Student Journey Directorate leadership abilities team, the College Manager has a pivotal function in partnering and collaborating across the academic, technical and professional services to ensure coherency, efficiency and effectiveness of the student practice, research and enterprise across the College.
The College Manager will lead on and contribute to University-wide initiatives to explore and solve sector and institutional challenges, representing the University at key external networks, they will develop and promote the profile and reputation of their College and University.
Whilst located within the College, the function holder is expected to take a University-wide perspective in their work in line with UWE values. Through a collaborative approach, they will play a significant function in the implementation of strategic plans.
If this function sounds perfect for you and you are looking to join a diverse and dynamic organisation where you can make a real difference, we would really like to hear from you.
To apply please click 'Apply' to be taken to the UWE website. Complete the short application form there by clicking on the ?Apply online' button to complete your personal details and attach a CV and covering letter.Please explain in your cover letter why you are a appropriate candidate for the function and how you meet the essential/desirable criteria.
There will be a two stage selection process with the first stage scheduled to take placeon a specific date and time between Monday 26th- Wednesday 28thSeptember. The second stage is scheduled to take place on Friday 7thOctober.
For an informal conversation about the function, Contact Us by either:
Dr Sally Moyle, Deputy Dean, Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences -firstname.lastname@example.org
Jo Midgley, Registrar and Pro-Vice Chancellor (Student practice)Jo.Midgley@uwe.ac.uk
This is a full time, permanent post working 37 hours per week.
We offer a wide variety ofemployee benefitsincluding:
» a generous holiday allowance of 35 days
» up to 12.5 bank holiday/closure days per year
» hybrid working
» excellent defined benefit pension schemes
» access to employee assistance programme
» continuing learning and development opportunities
» family friendly policies and wellbeing initiatives
» onsitenurseryat our Frenchay Campus.
» Retail savings via the Wider Wallet scheme
» option to participate in the cycle to work scheme
We are able to sponsor qualifying candidates for this function under the Home Office Skilled Worker visa route.