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London: Warburg: Director
05.08.2014 at 10:36:01
The Warburg Institute seeks a new director: http://www.saxbam.com/appointment-details/236-director .The deadline for applications is 2014-09-22.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate a track record of successful academic and managerial leadership and of securing external research funding. They will be a scholar of international standing in an area of study relevant to the Institute and be able to communicate in at least one of the following languages: German, French, Italian. This is a professorial appointment and a secondment will be considered.

We particularly welcome female applicants and those from an ethnic minority, as they are under-represented within the University of London at this level.

At http://www.saxbam.com/DownloadFile.aspx?file=http://www.saxbam.com/_ClientFiles/ Uploads/Vacancy_236/dd02baf8-74ed-42f0-bdfc-39666d915e2b.pdf you can read i.a.:
The appointment is offered as either:
A secondment for five years to the role of Director of the Warburg Institute
A substantive permanent appointment with the University of London, with five years as
Director of the Warburg Institute followed by a permanent Professorial appointment.

Professorial salaries in the School of Advanced Study are set by negotiation and will
be offered subject to the skills and experience of the successful candidate.

An appointment with the University of London is offered on the Terms and Conditions of
employment for Academic Staff of the Central University: http://www.london.ac.uk/4238.html

All offers of appointment are subject to the University receiving satisfactory references.
References will be taken up prior to interview.

The appointment is terminable by three months notice on either side, where the notice will
take effect in the period 1 July to 30 September. In other cases e.g. where it is necessary to
preserve the integrity of academic programmes, the period of notice required may be
extended to six months.

There is also:
The current strategy of the Warburg Institute includes
* Maintaining and improving the excellence of its open-stack library.


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