|Hiring Organization||Leeds Trinity University|
|Post Name||Deputy Head of School of Sport & Wellbeing|
|Employment Type||Full Time|
|Work Hours||8 Hours|
|Salary||GBP 53353 To GBP 54949 Per Year|
|Location||Leeds, England, United Kingdom LS18 5HD|
Deputy Head of School of Sport & Wellbeing
The University is making a significant investment in leadership to prepare for predicted growth, in existing and new programs, and to embrace the University’s strategy of expanding Research and Knowledge Exchange.
As part of this transformation, Deputy Heads of School are required to work alongside the relevant Heads of School to drive forward their strategic and, in particular, operational agendas.
We are looking to appoint a Deputy Head of the School of Sport & Wellbeing in the Faculty of Social and Health Sciences. You will support the Head of the School of Sport & Wellbeing in leading the teams to ensure that targets are met for student recruitment, retention, experience, and satisfaction.
You will also encourage excellence in academic and operational performance of the School, ensuring the delivery of KPIs, in areas including portfolio development and delivery, developing Research and Knowledge Exchange activity, and quality assurance.
As Deputy Head of School, you will have strong leadership and management experience, demonstrable evidence of developing and motivating colleagues, and will combine the role with a reduced teaching load (in an area of sport and exercise science, sports therapy, physical activity, exercise and health, physical education and/or sports coaching).
You will also play a key role in contributing to the Faculty achieving its strategic objectives as well as to the wider academic leadership of the University. Informal inquiries may be addressed to Christopher Sellars, Head of the School of Sports & Wellbeing email@example.com
Leeds Trinity University values diversity and inclusion and particularly encourages applications from the following groups as they are currently under-represented at this level within the University: Women, LGBT+ and Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic applicants, as well as candidates with disabilities, whether hidden or otherwise. The University will consider all forms of flexible working arrangements.