Pro Vice-Chancellor, Research and Innovation
Sheffield Hallam is one of the largest universities in the UK, with an excellent track record and an exciting future. Over the last two years we've developed and implemented our Creating Knowledge Implementation Plan, strengthening the research culture, enhancing support for researchers and adopting a strategic approach to funding applications. We've seen significant funding successes and we're well-placed to improve on our REF2014 performance in REF2021.
We're looking to recruit a Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research and Innovation, an exceptional research leader to build on the momentum we’ve achieved and to drive further improvements in our research and innovation performance. You'll join a leadership team which is committed to its own development – to being an exemplar of creative and collaborative leadership.
You'll be joining a University that aims to excel in achieving outstanding outcomes for all students, a University that puts quality and equality first, a University that secures the highest standards of research, learning and teaching.
We aim to be a great university creating opportunity, leading social, economic and cultural change in the region, and establishing a model of what imaginative and ambitious universities can do. If you are excited by our vision and have the passion and determination to make a real difference to the University, its students and its region, we want to hear from you.
Sheffield Hallam welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, pregnancy and maternity, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.
For this job we particularly welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates who are underrepresented in senior executive roles at Sheffield Hallam.
For non-EU applicants, we may be able to offer a certificate of sponsorship for this job if required.
We welcome applications for job-share, part-time and flexible working arrangements