Developing Science Globally
Developing Science Globally

Dean, Schulich School Of Engineering

A new era is unfolding at the University of Calgary in Canada's most enterprising city. Eyes High is the University of Calgary's strategic direction, a bold and ambitious vision to become one of Canada's top five research universities, grounded in innovative learning and teaching and fully integrated with the community of Calgary by the University's 50th anniversary in 2016. With strong leadership, the University of Calgary is energized, determined, and focused on its goals.

Located in the engineering capital of Canada, the Schulich School of Engineering is one of Canada's top engineering schools, propelled by a strategic focus on research excellence, a well supported student experience and connections to community. As Dean you will mentor and inspire 300 scholars and staff and over 4,300 students in undergraduate and graduate programs through a period of unprecedented growth and expansion.

Qualifications

Reporting to the Provost, you will embody the passion, pride, and ambition of the University and the Schulich School. That spirit is reflected in the culture of the School and the success of its graduates. Connection to industry is an integral part of our academic programs and groundbreaking research in areas including energy, oil and gas, environment, and biomedical engineering. The curricular and experiential learning opportunities offered to students create an integrated and interdisciplinary experience that positions graduates to be engaged community leaders.

In addition to your advanced degree and research credentials, your visionary and inspirational leadership experience prepares you to elevate this school to achieve the University's Eyes High ambitions. You will become the Schulich School's chief advocate and relationship builder, working with the senior leadership team, alumni and donors to strengthen connections in local and global communities and build on a foundation of innovative discovery and entrepreneurial spirit.

Employer

University of Calgary
City: Calgary
Country: Canada

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Apply for this Position

To explore this exciting opportunity contact 403-410-6700 or calgary@odgersberndtson.ca. To be considered for this position, submit your CV online at www.odgersberndtson.ca/en/careers/11788.

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