Deputy Director, Research
Institute for Molecular Bioscience, The University of Queensland
As one of the world's leading universities, The University of Queensland (UQ) engages in the creation, preservation, transfer and application of knowledge. The University's Institute for Molecular Bioscience is a leading global research institute. IMB was established in 2000 as UQ's first research institute and is the cornerstone of one of the largest bioscience research precincts in Australia.
The Deputy Director (Research) is responsible for: the development, facilitation and reporting of the strategic direction of research within the Institute, the quality and impact of that research, the growth of local, national and international research collaborations, and engagement and impact with a broad range of stakeholders, including academia and industry. The Deputy Director (Research) will conduct leading-edge research in his/her field of expertise at a national and international scale.
The Deputy Director (Research) should have high level academic credibility in a field of research aligned to that of the Institute. They should have outstanding strategic skills, including the ability to develop, articulate and sustain shared vision, strategy and to implement it across the Institute to achieve research excellence with tangible outcomes of output, engagement and impact.
The position is full-time, fixed-term for five years with the potential for renewal and subject to the completion of a satisfactory probation for new appointees. A competitive salary package will be negotiated with the successful applicant.
For information about the position or the application process, please contact Dr Rachel Lucas, Director RLCSearch, +61 (0) 402 891 029 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications will close on 17 November 2017. Please do not apply through the 'Apply Now' button.
The University of Queensland values diversity and inclusion. Applications are particularly encouraged from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This role is a full-time position; however flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.