Middlesex University transforms lives. We empower students with the tools, attributes and opportunities to turn potential into success. With a proud history dating back over 140 years, we have grown from a successful polytechnic to be a leading modern university and global institution, with a strong commitment to social justice, diversity and inclusion. We embrace inspirational teaching and learning, creative innovation, practical and forward-thinking research that benefits our students, business, society and the world in which we live.
The University has 20,000 students at its main campus in North London, and a further 21,000 students on our campuses in Dubai and Mauritius and studying with academic partners in the UK and overseas, validated by Middlesex. Our career-focused programmes span the arts, creative industries, professional and social sciences, as well as science and technology, across three faculties.
Middlesex is looking for a new Vice-Chancellor to lead the University. An inspirational, contemporary leader, you will be deeply committed to enhancing what makes Middlesex special and will have the vision and skills required to shape and implement our aspirational future.
You will share our values and possess exceptional communication and relationship-building skills in order to represent Middlesex at local, national and international levels, and provide visible leadership and support to colleagues across the Middlesex community, enabling them to deliver excellence in education, partnership, engagement, research and all other areas of activity. An innovative leader, you will demonstrate exemplary judgement, a strong sense of integrity, as well as energy and drive.
For further details, including a job description, person specification and information on how to apply, please visit https://candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies/ quoting reference 4252. The closing date for applications is at midnight GMT on Wednesday 25th September 2019.
We are particularly keen to hear from candidates from groups currently underrepresented at a senior level in higher education and with a commitment to diversity, inclusion and equality of opportunity.
Location: Hendon Central, London