Associate Head of School (AHoS) – International, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health

Opening Date:
28 Feb 2017
Closing Date:
20 Mar 2017
Salary Range:

The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health has a broad provision of health professions related courses across Dietetics, Nursing, Midwifery, Occupational Therapy, Operating Department Practice, Paramedic, Physiotherapy, leading to professional registration, along with a large portfolio of CPD courses at UG and PG levels. We have strong international links e.g. for Transnational Education, student/staff mobility including online international learning and field trips, within China, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Lithuania, Florida, Malawi and Sri Lanka.

Reporting to the Head of School with a functional reporting line to the Faculty’s Associate Dean – lnternational, you will have specific responsibility for developing the internationalisation agenda across the School, ensuring portfolio objectives are understood and applied effectively in fulfilment of the University’s Mission Statement and Corporate Plan.

With guidance from the Associate Dean – International (ADI), you will interpret and apply the Faculty internationalisation strategies throughout the School. You will work closely with colleagues across the Faculty, the Centre for Global Engagement and the Academic Partnership Unit to support academic colleagues to realize these strategies and associated targets. You will work closely with fellow Associate Heads of School assigned differing portfolios, both within their Faculty, School and with the Associate Deans and peers carrying internationalisation responsibilities to ensure best practice across the University.

You will be expected to network proactively and develop public and private education and health sector related partnerships at a national and international level to ensure opportunities for the School are identified and delivered.

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Interviews will be held on 31 March.

Informal enquiries: Philip Scullion,