Dean of Faculty of Science and Technology
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Faculty of Science and Technology
Dean of Faculty of Science and Technology (FST)
Major Duties: Reporting to the President, the Dean of FST provides leadership in all aspects of Faculty operations and development to effect its strategic objectives, including but not limited to: academic and business planning, staffing, financial performance, resource allocation, service and programme delivery, learning and teaching quality, applied research and scholarly practice. The Dean ensures the holistic development of students and the alignment of the Faculty's programmes to the changing needs of the community. The Dean develops local and international network of partnerships with the community, professional bodies and industry sectors both locally, regionally and internationally to benefit the profile of the Faculty and the Institute as a whole.
Requirements: The successful candidate should have: (i) a Doctoral qualification in a related field or equivalent professional standing; (ii) proven academic or professional leadership and management experience with business acumen including the development and implementation of strategic and operational plans; and (iii) knowledge of professional and industry issues and trends in areas relevant to the Faculty.
Applications: Please apply by email with a resume and a cover letter, setting out your background and achievements in meeting the position requirements to Asianet Consultants.
Closing date for application: 20 December 2019
For confidential enquiries, please contact Mr. Peter Liu, Managing Director of Asianet Consultants at (852) 2530-0137.
Applicants not invited for interview within 10 weeks from the closing date may consider their applications unsuccessful. The Institute reserves the right not to fill the post(s). Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purposes only and will be destroyed 12 months after the completion of the recruitment exercise.