Improving on excellence is a tough job for anyone. That’s why we’re not simply looking for anyone. We’re looking for you.
The Head of Strategic Programmes and Governance is an essential appointment and provides the opportunity to make a strategic and operational contribution to the success of the Estates Department at the University of Warwick. You will be responsible for leading strategic development, key improvement projects, change initiatives, improving operational and governance procedures, whilst leading a large administration function.
It is an exciting time for Warwick as reaches its 51st year as it embarks on a significant ten year capital investment programme, in the order of £1 billion. The University has bold ambitions and a desire to grow and develop to provide world class modern educational and research environments for students to gain a positive foundation and enable them to become global citizens of the future.
This is a new role which requires drive, enthusiasm, commitment and tenacity. You will be an experienced senior manager with a broad knowledge of the University sector (or similar) and its processes. Naturally, you will have experience and be an expert in operational and governance procedures, possess strong interpersonal skills, be able to influence senior stakeholders, lead a large team and have a strong track record in strategic development and implementing new strategies.
If you would like to join the Estates Department at an exciting time and be able to contribute to its growth and campus improvements to ensure that our campus inspires our students and staff, then please get in touch.
For further information visit: https://www.searchhigher.com/warwick/aboutrole.html
SearchHigher has been exclusively retained by the University of Warwick as the executive search firm for this appointment.
The closing date for applications is Midnight on Sunday 17th September.
To apply for the post, please provide a CV and supporting statement to:
If you would like to make an informal enquiry, please contact Mark Holleran via email (as above) or via phone +44 (0)24 7652 2050.
Closing Date: 17/09/2017