Dean of Academic Programmes
4 April 2018 12:00
We now wish to appoint a new Dean (AP) to oversee, manage, support and develop our four programmes in Fashion; Jewellery and Textiles; Product, Ceramics and Industrial Design; and Spatial Practices.
The role of the Dean for Academic Programmes (AP) is central to the success of Central Saint Martins and to its smooth operation. With subject-specific leadership coming from the programme directors, the two Deans (AP) work with these communities to promote effective management and enable productive relationships with administrative, technical and other central teams. The role is thus about empowering and enabling, as well as managing, and is therefore collaborative in nature. The Dean (AP) also oversees the work and output of the programmes in relation to TEF, REF and Knowledge Exchange activities.
In this appointment we are looking for an inspirational leader, with experience of leading teams effectively and promoting collaboration across functions, and a strategic thinker. Strong candidates will bring experience of running innovative and successful design/creative industries courses, as well as thinking creatively about opportunities for income generation and external engagement.
The Dean (AP) will need to be able to plan effectively, shape and influence developments, and prioritise and manage complex projects in order to achieve the College’s long term strategic objectives. In order to succeed, a detailed understanding of wider sector and disciplinary trends, and the ability to anticipate their potential impact on CSM, will be crucial.
For further details, including job description, person specification and information on how to apply, please visit https://candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies/, quoting reference 3502.
The deadline for applications is midday (BST) on Wednesday 4th April 2018.
Candidates are advised to submit applications early to avoid disappointment as we reserve the right to close vacancies prior to the advertised closing date.
This opportunity is closed to applications.