The role-holder will manage resources, governance and change. The role directly or indirectly oversees a team of approximately 70fte non-academic staff currently supporting the operations of three complex Departments (Archaeology & Anthropology, Politics & International Studies, and Sociology) and the Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology. The operation as a whole is currently grouped within one Faculty and as such is the largest unit in the School of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
The requirements for the role include: substantial experience in a senior administrative role in a complex organisation, Higher Education or similar; experience of managing staff, of servicing high-level committees, of financial forecasting and managing financial and other resources, and of managing change; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; well-developed negotiating and moderation skills; and, at minimum, a good quality Degree.
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