Deputy Vice President, Global Business Development

WC2R 2LS, London (Greater)
03 Dec 2019
End of advertisement period
08 Jan 2020
Academic Discipline
Business & Economics
Full Time

King’s College London is a multi-disciplinary, research-led university with over 31,000 students from more than 150 countries. Based across five campuses in the heart of London, King’s is a world-leading civic university with 8,500 employees and a turnover of £841 million (2017-2018 financial year).

Global reach is a core pillar of King’s Internationalisation strategy; it is King’s ambition to engage and work collaboratively in every region of the world, through the development of equitable partnerships with like-minded institutions.

King’s is seeking to appoint a Deputy Vice President, Global Business Development to work across the university to develop and grow third stream income through international business development, and large-scale international education and research initiatives. The Deputy Vice President, Global Business Development will work in collaboration with faculties to identify and develop revenue generating opportunities for King’s in key regions such as Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

The successful candidate will have experience of identifying and nurturing relationships in order to develop a pipeline of new business opportunities. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to engage with key external stakeholders across the globe are essential. This role will require extensive international travel.

For further information and to apply for this role, please go to the King’s College London Job Opportunities page and submit the specified documentation. Informal enquiries may be made to the King’s Search Team; please contact Victoria Sanders-Clarke at or call +44(0)20 7848 2050.

The deadline for applications is midnight on Wednesday 8th January 2020. The selection process will include a presentation and panel interview. Interviews are scheduled for Tuesday 18th February 2020.  

King’s College London is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and through this appointment process it is our aim to develop candidate pools that include applicants from all backgrounds and communities. King’s particularly welcomes applications from women, people from black and minority ethnic communities, the LGBT+ community and from disabled people.