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School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering
Professor and Head of Subject
(Architecture, Design and the Built Environment)
Competitive package will be offered to the successful candidate
The University of East London is a dynamic and rapidly expanding university at the heart of Europe’s largest regeneration area and adjacent to the site of the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. UEL is in the top 10 of modern universities for research in the most recent RAE exercise.
The School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering (ACE) is committed to maintaining high standards of quality and innovation in all our teaching and research activities. This is reflected in the diversity of the programmes we offer. Our industry links are extremely important to us and we work closely with a range of industrial partners and professional bodies to ensure our graduates have the appropriate skills and knowledge to be highly employable. Architecture at UEL is very active in the life of the community and the region and has a very strong reputation for producing highly qualified and productive architects and design professionals.
As a member of the School management team, you will be responsible for managing the staff, budget and operation of the Subject Area, and assisting the Dean in devising and developing the School’s strategic and operational plans. You will ensure that the quality of the teaching in the Subject Areas is first-rate and that academic and research staff in the area are engaged in appropriate research and scholarly activity.
Educated to degree standard with a Doctorate in a relevant discipline or an equivalent professional practice track record with excellent communication, innovation and change management skills, you will have the ability to develop policy, initiate organisational change and implement vision. Experience of staff and budget management and successful academic leadership is essential. You will be a leader capable of developing a dynamic vision for our Architectural Design Programmes and be able to pursue that vision throughout the world. A strong track record of research is highly desirable.
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The closing date for applications is 12 December 2012.
CVs without completed application forms will not be accepted
We are working actively to improve the diversity of our staff