College Manager - College of Science, Engineering and Food Science
College Manager, College of Science, Engineering & Food Science
Following a decision of Governing Body, a new structure was implemented which saw the establishment of four Colleges.
- College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences
- College of Science, Engineering and Food Technology
- College of Medicine and Health
- College of Business and Law
The College is now the key point of resource allocation and academic decision making, marking a shift from centralised decision making to a devolved model.
To support the Head of College, who now has overall leadership, budgetary and strategic management responsibility for the College, the post of College Manager has been created, reporting directly to the Head of College.
The College Manager will have overall responsibility for the management and delivery of the academic administrative support services within the College, to ensure it operates to the highest international standards of best practice in academic organisations. The role will include that of change agent, not just in the initial development of the College identity, structures and systems, but also on an ongoing basis to ensure the development and delivery of new opportunities and initiatives. The College Manager will assist and advise the Head of College in the formulation and implementation of the College Strategic Plan.
The successful candidate will play a key role in developing and maintaining interfaces of the highest quality between the College and the Offices of the University senior management. S/he will work closely with the Managers of the Academic Units and Senior Administrators to develop and maintain excellent working relationships between the College and the Academic Units.
The successful candidate will have strong academic qualifications to Masters Degree level (or equivalent), a demonstrated record of success and accomplishment as a manager and senior administrator in a position of responsibility, and comprehensive knowledge and understanding of higher education
[A full list of criteria is provided in the post particulars attached below].
Salary scales €84,313 - €101,352 (Scale B) €80,099 - €96,285 (Scale A)
Closing date: Friday 3rd April 2009 at 12 noon
An application form must be completed and returned to
Department of Human Resources,
University College Cork,
No 2 Elderwood, College Road, Cork
Tel: 021 4903073 / Fax 021 4276995
University College Cork is an equal opportunities employer