Vice-Dean, School of Medicine (Postgraduate, International and Intercalation Pathways)

Salary Negotiable

Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Location: Liverpool

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The University of Liverpool is looking to appoint a Vice-Dean (Postgraduate, International and Intercalation Pathways) to support strategic leadership and management within the School of Medicine.  The appointee will work in partnership with other Vice-Deans and support the Dean in the overall development and management of the School, advising on opportunities and risks, across the postgraduate and international portfolio.  Key priorities will include growing the international partnerships and activities of the School, and working with colleagues across the institution to enhance our own intercalation programmes and opportunities.  

The School of Medicine in the Institute of Life Course and Medical Sciences has recently undergone a £7million investment programme to support the delivery of a first-class student experience. A pioneering and exciting place to learn, equipping graduates with the knowledge, skills, and values essential for a confident medical career in a 21st-century healthcare environment. Home to over 250 clinicians, academic, and professional services staff, the School is one of the largest medical education providers in the UK.    

Applications are invited from clinicians and clinical academics with a track record of senior leadership in a university setting and a demonstrable track record in strategic and operational management and planning in higher education.  A proven track record in research, including in a field of education is essential along with experience in curriculum and assessment development and evaluation.

The appointee will join an innovative University that is passionate about inspiring people to learn and achieve, that celebrates individuality and ingenuity, energy and enterprise, and is committed to enhancing both student experience and research excellence. 

How to Apply

The closing date for all applications, which should be in the form of a CV and cover letter and addressed to is 19 May 2023

Interviews will be held on the 21 June 2023.

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The University of Liverpool is committed to being an inclusive employer. We welcome applications from everyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, faith or disability.

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