Employment: Head of School of Histories, Languages and Cultures, The University of Liverpool

Closing date 11th February 2015

Head of School of Histories, Languages and Cultures,
The University of Liverpool.

The University of Liverpool wishes to appoint a Head of School to lead its School of Histories, Languages and Cultures. The School of Histories, Languages and Cultures (HLC) was formed in 2010 and has five academic departments: Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology; Cultures, Languages and Area Studies; History; Irish Studies; and Politics. Research and teaching in the School explore culture and society from the origins of humanity to 21st century politics across a vast number of disciplines and are united by research interests in history and heritage; languages and literatures; and power, conflict and conflict resolution.

You will be an exceptionally talented individual with leadership experience, good knowledge and understanding of the situation of arts and social sciences subjects within the HE sector nationally and internationally, a strong, clear vision for the multidisciplinary School and the ability to represent the School in local, national and global contexts and take overall responsibility for its day-to-day operations.

This appointment will be for 5 years initially, and will be offered in combination with a permanent professorial appointment in one of the School’s departments. A competitive salary will be offered.

Job Ref: A-587378/JAC
Closing Date: 11 February 2015

For full details, or to request an application pack, visit www.liv.ac.uk/working/job_vacancies/

or e-mail jobs@liv.ac.uk, please quote Job Ref in all enquiries.

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