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King’s College London is amongst the top 40 universities in the world and top 10 in Europe (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2024) and is one of England’s oldest and most prestigious universities. King’s has over 40,000 students (including more than 19,000 postgraduates) from some 150 countries, and over 10,000 employees. King’s has an important relationship with its Health Partners (King’s Health Partners), which brings together research, education and clinical practice together across three NHS Foundation Trusts, Guy’s and St Thomas’, King’s College Hospital and South London and Maudsley. Based across five campuses in the heart of London, King’s offers an intellectually stimulating environment, where staff are dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and learning in the service of society. We are a multi-faculty institution, providing high-quality research, education and innovation across the social sciences, humanities, medicine, law, dentistry, and sciences. As a member of the Russell Group, we are committed to maintaining the highest standards in research and education. King’s vision is to make the world a better place through world-leading education, research and service to society. King’s provides world-class education which enables students to become rounded critical thinkers, set up for success and with the character and wisdom to strive for social change. Through enquiry-driven research, King's delivers transformative insights and solutions that have the power to advance and accelerate global progress. In the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 exercise, King’s maintained its 6th position for ‘research power’ in the UK, 6th by Quality Index, and was ranked 3rd amongst multi-Faculty universities for impact. “King’s aspires to tackle global challenges and serve society in a way that is contemporary, forward-looking and unrestrained.” Vision 2029

Appointment details

Salary

Competitive salary

Terms

5 year fixed term with potential for renewal

Hours of work

Full time (35 hours per week)

Closing date for applications:

22 April 2024 11:00

Vacancy ID

085145

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The Role

King’s is looking for a new Executive Director of Philanthropy & Alumni Relations (working title), to join at an exciting time as the team transitions to a new structure. For a number of years, the F&SD team has, in addition to our own fundraising activities, undertaken fundraising and supporter engagement activities for, and in partnership with, the Guy’s & St Thomas’ Foundation (the Foundation) in support of Guy’s & St Thomas’ Charity, Evelina London Children’s Charity and Guy’s Cancer Charity (the Charities). This has been a successful partnership, with over £46m raised in the last five years. To build on this success, the Foundation has signed-off a new fundraising strategy and after a period of careful consideration has decided to bring its fundraising activities in house. Together, the Foundation and King’s are in a process of transition which will establish their respective fundraising teams for the future. This transition will conclude by 31 July 2024. The end of this partnership model with the Foundation provides us with an opportunity to refocus our philanthropy and alumni relations function at King’s to ensure we can continue to meet our future philanthropic ambitions. We are therefore looking for an Executive Director who will actively drive forward strategic priorities, develop a plan to deliver them, and will ensure that the new Philanthropy & Alumni Relations team is best configured to deliver its new, focused mission. Reporting directly to the Vice Chancellor & President the successful candidate will lead a team of nearly a hundred staff responsible for securing transformational gifts for King’s as well as overseeing the further development of our alumni network and engagement programme. As Executive Director you will be an active member of the University Executive and expected to work across the nine academic faculties to support colleagues in identifying and developing projects for philanthropic support. All roles respond to their times and unique opportunities, for this role we anticipate that the following areas may require particular attention: • King’s is coming up to its 200th anniversary in 2029. This provides a wonderful opportunity for a focused campaign to rejuvenate alumni relationships and seek marquee gifts to capitalize on this once in a century opportunity. Conceptualizing and delivering on this campaign will be an important responsibility. • While we are separating the Foundation team from the University fundraising, it remains the fact that donors are drawn to giving to King’s on the Health side for its clinical academic relationships. It is also likely that some philanthropic projects will require working across King’s Health Partners to maximise the opportunity and the benefit to patients. The Executive Director will have a critical role in shaping and coordinating these relationships with our hospital partners. • King’s fundraising has been remarkably successful in raising money from around the world, but as a world-leading university in the heart of London has probably not tapped the possibilities of London as well as its potential would suggest. London is a competitive place for fundraising with significant opportunity. Positioning King’s in this complex and competitive environment will be a particular goal for the Executive Director. • King’s has been successful in securing big Principal Gifts and supporting its signature projects. As fundraising becomes more intrinsic to the university, we will have to build a much wider pipeline of donors and projects at all levels. This will require a scalable and disciplined approach to fundraising optimising relationships with our global alumni community, the available data and resources. This is an area that will require particular attention of the Executive Director.

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Key Responsibilities

• Advance the vision and strategy of King’s through ambitious fundraising initiatives and the development of a vibrant alumni community. • Devise and implement a strategy to co-ordinate fundraising activity across the University, including delivering the next campaign, as well as specified strategic priorities in line with King’s ambitions. • Build and nurture effective relationships with key stakeholders including the University Executive team, King’s Health Partners, our NHS partners, and Council. • Cultivate and manage relationships with key donors and supporters as appropriate, ensuring they are consulted regularly and kept up to date of key developments. • Manage relationships with a newly formed Philanthropic Advisory Board. • Plan, develop and manage relationships with senior-level alumni, other individuals, and companies in order to seek high-level financial support for the strategic objectives of the University. • Have direct responsibility for an annual budget of c. £6 million used to support the directorate and related activity. • Lead, develop, manage, and inspire the team. • Advise the University’s Executive and Council as appropriate on all matters relating to philanthropy and alumni relations. • Demonstrate a strong commitment to King’s values including Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. • Be a vocal champion, internally and externally, of the value of philanthropy and the difference philanthropy makes to individuals’ lives. • Represent King’s externally in a variety of fora and work closely with, and influence a variety of stakeholders, both internal and external. • Ensure all gifts comply with the standards on ethics, scrutiny and other relevant policies. • Work closely, and in collaboration with the Communications, External Affairs, and Marketing teams across King’s.

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Background and experience

• Extensive experience of successful major gift fundraising, at a senior level, including securing significant gifts, developing proposals, and creating innovative cultivation and solicitation strategies. • A natural leader with expertise in managing teams effectively and able to work in a large and complex environment. • The ability to quickly develop an understanding of King’s, its strategy, ambitions, and operations. • Strategic and imaginative thinker able to translate ideas into systematic and achievable plans. • Excellent communication skills, with an ability to present, negotiate and influence. • Highly creative with an innovative approach to discussions and negotiations. • Maturity, tact, and diplomatic skills in engaging with senior-level alumni, major donors (previous, current and prospective) and industry partners. • Outstanding listening skills, with the ability to absorb and assimilate detailed and complex information from a wide variety of sources, to identify broad themes and key statistical indicators. • Well-developed political and diplomatic skills, with the ability to listen and learn from important contributors both internally and externally and to create consensus of support for the fundraising strategy. • Strong financial management, with a proven track record of managing budgets to high standards of probity. • Ability to work to tight deadlines and to manage multiple tasks and balance priorities. • Team player with a high level of motivation and drive and the ability to motivate and inspire a high calibre team. • Personal resilience, able to work well in a changing environment, sometimes under pressure and managing conflicting priorities.

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About King's

King’s College London is amongst the top 40 universities in the world and top 10 in Europe (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2024) and is one of England’s oldest and most prestigious universities. King’s has over 40,000 students (including more than 19,000 postgraduates) from some 150 countries, and over 10,000 employees. King’s has an important relationship with its Health Partners (King’s Health Partners), which brings together research, education and clinical practice together across three NHS Foundation Trusts, Guy’s and St Thomas’, King’s College Hospital and South London and Maudsley. Based across five campuses in the heart of London, King’s offers an intellectually stimulating environment, where staff are dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and learning in the service of society. We are a multi-faculty institution, providing high-quality research, education and innovation across the social sciences, humanities, medicine, law, dentistry, and sciences. As a member of the Russell Group, we are committed to maintaining the highest standards in research and education. King’s vision is to make the world a better place through world-leading education, research and service to society. King’s provides world-class education which enables students to become rounded critical thinkers, set up for success and with the character and wisdom to strive for social change. Through enquiry-driven research, King's delivers transformative insights and solutions that have the power to advance and accelerate global progress. In the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 exercise, King’s maintained its 6th position for ‘research power’ in the UK, 6th by Quality Index, and was ranked 3rd amongst multi-Faculty universities for impact. “King’s aspires to tackle global challenges and serve society in a way that is contemporary, forward-looking and unrestrained.” Vision 2029

About Philanthropy & Alumni Relations

The King’s Fundraising and Supporter Development Team (F&SD), as it has been traditionally called, brings together fundraising activity across the following areas: major and principal gifts; trusts & foundations; legacies; corporate engagement and annual giving. We also focus on engaging with King’s College London’s worldwide alumni community. Our work is underpinned and enhanced by a range of dedicated professionals in areas such as donor relations, project development, events, communications, prospect research, finance, data, supporter services, governance, and general administration. Fundraising & Supporter Development (F&SD) has raised almost £300m since the end of the previous World Questions | King’s Answers campaign and runs a well-regarded Alumni Relations programme. The team is also well regarded by its staff scoring amongst the highest in the 2023 King’s Staff Survey on measures of employee engagement. F&SD has worked particularly closely with the Vice-Chancellor and senior leadership to establish philanthropy as a key component of strategic delivery, and last year’s record £68m raised in philanthropic income for King’s and its Health Partners was an outstanding achievement. Of particular note is the fundraising for the Pears Maudsley Centre, a partnership between King’s, Maudsley Charity, and South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust to create Europe’s largest children’s mental health centre. Working with clinicians and academics, the team has exceeded its capital fundraising target, raising almost £30m, and a further £5m (to date) to support the clinical, academic, and educational work within the Centre. The successful fundraising has enabled a further £11m grant from Research England and the hiring of an internationally renowned Centre Director. Other significant recent gifts include: • a £15m gift to create the Qatar Centre for Global Banking & Finance in the King’s Business School. This has led to further funding from Qatar for the Business School and for King’s Global Health Partners’ work internationally. • a £12.5m gift to establish a permanently endowed Chair in Immuno-oncology. This significant commitment will boost and accelerate the existing human immune-oncology programme, and fund the development of laboratory space embedded in the clinical environment. This is a collaboration between King’s and Guy’s Cancer Centre. • A £10m donation for a new Centre which will enable young Africans to access education and opportunities otherwise not available to them. The Centre will offer blended and online programmes for students who have had their journey to higher education disrupted by conflict, displacement, or other transitions. • A £14m gift to conduct a six-year research programme into the effects on children of maternal prenatal exposure to infection, with a focus on children conceived during the initial years of the COVID-19 pandemic. The funding will provide visionary support and make the programme a reality, for the potential benefit of a unique generation of children and wider populations.

Kings Students Jan 2019-237

Philanthropy has played a critical role in the success of King’s and will play a vital role in the delivery of the 5-year strategy to 2029, the 200th Anniversary of King’s. External benchmarking identified the ability for King’s to double its level of philanthropic income (with associated investment). To help secure this, championed by the Vice-Chancellor, F&SD has led a process of academic engagement at faculty level and across the university to identify projects of strategic importance where philanthropy can have the greatest impact. This two-year process has resulted in significant engagement in support of this enhanced ambition across the whole university including teaching, research, service, students, and estates. Following this university-wide consultation we have agreed five King’s Impact Priorities which represent urgent global issues where we have the expertise, skills and knowledge to deliver meaningful and lasting change: • A thriving and sustainable planet • Whole-life health for mind and body • Advancing equality and social mobility • Peace and justice in a turbulent world • Technology for good Fundraising & Supporter Development (F&SD) is a values-driven team with a commitment to building a supportive culture and making F&SD “the place to work” for those in the sector. Our F&SD values: • Collaboration – we work in partnership. Everything starts with the team. • Ambition – we are inspired to raise the bar, achieving the best for the causes we care about. • Respect – we work respectfully, inclusively, and openly with everyone. • Accountability – we take responsibility for our actions and are committed to delivering excellent results.

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Please quote the vacancy id: 085145 in all correspondence.

Closing date for applications: 22 April 2024 11:00
Interview date: 05 June 2024

Application process

To apply for this post you will need to register on the King’s College London jobs page and submit the application form, along with the following: • a concise statement setting out your reasons for applying for the post and highlighting the particular skills and experience which you feel you would bring to the role (two pages maximum) • a curriculum vitae

Contact the team

For an informal discussion or to find out more about the role please contact the King’s Search Team.

Selection process

Applications will be shortlisted by a selection committee drawn from across the Vice-Chancellor’s senior team and wider University representatives. The interview panel will be chaired by the Vice-Chancellor & President and include representatives from across Professional Services, Faculties & Council. King’s College London is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and through this appointment process it is our aim to develop candidate pools that include applicants from all backgrounds and communities. King’s particularly welcomes applications from women, people from black and minority ethnic communities, the LGBTQ+ community and those with disabilities. If you have special needs in relation to your application, please contact Jack Richards (jack.richards@kcl.ac.uk).

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A photo of the entrance to a King's building surrounded by blossom

The Role

King’s is looking for a new Executive Director of Philanthropy & Alumni Relations (working title), to join at an exciting time as the team transitions to a new structure. For a number of years, the F&SD team has, in addition to our own fundraising activities, undertaken fundraising and supporter engagement activities for, and in partnership with, the Guy’s & St Thomas’ Foundation (the Foundation) in support of Guy’s & St Thomas’ Charity, Evelina London Children’s Charity and Guy’s Cancer Charity (the Charities). This has been a successful partnership, with over £46m raised in the last five years. To build on this success, the Foundation has signed-off a new fundraising strategy and after a period of careful consideration has decided to bring its fundraising activities in house. Together, the Foundation and King’s are in a process of transition which will establish their respective fundraising teams for the future. This transition will conclude by 31 July 2024. The end of this partnership model with the Foundation provides us with an opportunity to refocus our philanthropy and alumni relations function at King’s to ensure we can continue to meet our future philanthropic ambitions. We are therefore looking for an Executive Director who will actively drive forward strategic priorities, develop a plan to deliver them, and will ensure that the new Philanthropy & Alumni Relations team is best configured to deliver its new, focused mission. Reporting directly to the Vice Chancellor & President the successful candidate will lead a team of nearly a hundred staff responsible for securing transformational gifts for King’s as well as overseeing the further development of our alumni network and engagement programme. As Executive Director you will be an active member of the University Executive and expected to work across the nine academic faculties to support colleagues in identifying and developing projects for philanthropic support. All roles respond to their times and unique opportunities, for this role we anticipate that the following areas may require particular attention: • King’s is coming up to its 200th anniversary in 2029. This provides a wonderful opportunity for a focused campaign to rejuvenate alumni relationships and seek marquee gifts to capitalize on this once in a century opportunity. Conceptualizing and delivering on this campaign will be an important responsibility. • While we are separating the Foundation team from the University fundraising, it remains the fact that donors are drawn to giving to King’s on the Health side for its clinical academic relationships. It is also likely that some philanthropic projects will require working across King’s Health Partners to maximise the opportunity and the benefit to patients. The Executive Director will have a critical role in shaping and coordinating these relationships with our hospital partners. • King’s fundraising has been remarkably successful in raising money from around the world, but as a world-leading university in the heart of London has probably not tapped the possibilities of London as well as its potential would suggest. London is a competitive place for fundraising with significant opportunity. Positioning King’s in this complex and competitive environment will be a particular goal for the Executive Director. • King’s has been successful in securing big Principal Gifts and supporting its signature projects. As fundraising becomes more intrinsic to the university, we will have to build a much wider pipeline of donors and projects at all levels. This will require a scalable and disciplined approach to fundraising optimising relationships with our global alumni community, the available data and resources. This is an area that will require particular attention of the Executive Director.

funding award

Key Responsibilities

• Advance the vision and strategy of King’s through ambitious fundraising initiatives and the development of a vibrant alumni community. • Devise and implement a strategy to co-ordinate fundraising activity across the University, including delivering the next campaign, as well as specified strategic priorities in line with King’s ambitions. • Build and nurture effective relationships with key stakeholders including the University Executive team, King’s Health Partners, our NHS partners, and Council. • Cultivate and manage relationships with key donors and supporters as appropriate, ensuring they are consulted regularly and kept up to date of key developments. • Manage relationships with a newly formed Philanthropic Advisory Board. • Plan, develop and manage relationships with senior-level alumni, other individuals, and companies in order to seek high-level financial support for the strategic objectives of the University. • Have direct responsibility for an annual budget of c. £6 million used to support the directorate and related activity. • Lead, develop, manage, and inspire the team. • Advise the University’s Executive and Council as appropriate on all matters relating to philanthropy and alumni relations. • Demonstrate a strong commitment to King’s values including Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. • Be a vocal champion, internally and externally, of the value of philanthropy and the difference philanthropy makes to individuals’ lives. • Represent King’s externally in a variety of fora and work closely with, and influence a variety of stakeholders, both internal and external. • Ensure all gifts comply with the standards on ethics, scrutiny and other relevant policies. • Work closely, and in collaboration with the Communications, External Affairs, and Marketing teams across King’s.

china-student-life-kings

About King's

King's College London provides a dynamic habitat for individuals looking to expand their career prospects.

Vision 2029

King's Vision builds upon our history of service to society and takes us to our 200th anniversary in 2029.

Back to top

Kings Students Aug 2022-138

Background and experience

• Extensive experience of successful major gift fundraising, at a senior level, including securing significant gifts, developing proposals, and creating innovative cultivation and solicitation strategies. • A natural leader with expertise in managing teams effectively and able to work in a large and complex environment. • The ability to quickly develop an understanding of King’s, its strategy, ambitions, and operations. • Strategic and imaginative thinker able to translate ideas into systematic and achievable plans. • Excellent communication skills, with an ability to present, negotiate and influence. • Highly creative with an innovative approach to discussions and negotiations. • Maturity, tact, and diplomatic skills in engaging with senior-level alumni, major donors (previous, current and prospective) and industry partners. • Outstanding listening skills, with the ability to absorb and assimilate detailed and complex information from a wide variety of sources, to identify broad themes and key statistical indicators. • Well-developed political and diplomatic skills, with the ability to listen and learn from important contributors both internally and externally and to create consensus of support for the fundraising strategy. • Strong financial management, with a proven track record of managing budgets to high standards of probity. • Ability to work to tight deadlines and to manage multiple tasks and balance priorities. • Team player with a high level of motivation and drive and the ability to motivate and inspire a high calibre team. • Personal resilience, able to work well in a changing environment, sometimes under pressure and managing conflicting priorities.

780 Bush House

About King's

King’s College London is amongst the top 40 universities in the world and top 10 in Europe (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2024) and is one of England’s oldest and most prestigious universities. King’s has over 40,000 students (including more than 19,000 postgraduates) from some 150 countries, and over 10,000 employees. King’s has an important relationship with its Health Partners (King’s Health Partners), which brings together research, education and clinical practice together across three NHS Foundation Trusts, Guy’s and St Thomas’, King’s College Hospital and South London and Maudsley. Based across five campuses in the heart of London, King’s offers an intellectually stimulating environment, where staff are dedicated to the advancement of knowledge and learning in the service of society. We are a multi-faculty institution, providing high-quality research, education and innovation across the social sciences, humanities, medicine, law, dentistry, and sciences. As a member of the Russell Group, we are committed to maintaining the highest standards in research and education. King’s vision is to make the world a better place through world-leading education, research and service to society. King’s provides world-class education which enables students to become rounded critical thinkers, set up for success and with the character and wisdom to strive for social change. Through enquiry-driven research, King's delivers transformative insights and solutions that have the power to advance and accelerate global progress. In the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 exercise, King’s maintained its 6th position for ‘research power’ in the UK, 6th by Quality Index, and was ranked 3rd amongst multi-Faculty universities for impact. “King’s aspires to tackle global challenges and serve society in a way that is contemporary, forward-looking and unrestrained.” Vision 2029

About Philanthropy & Alumni Relations

The King’s Fundraising and Supporter Development Team (F&SD), as it has been traditionally called, brings together fundraising activity across the following areas: major and principal gifts; trusts & foundations; legacies; corporate engagement and annual giving. We also focus on engaging with King’s College London’s worldwide alumni community. Our work is underpinned and enhanced by a range of dedicated professionals in areas such as donor relations, project development, events, communications, prospect research, finance, data, supporter services, governance, and general administration. Fundraising & Supporter Development (F&SD) has raised almost £300m since the end of the previous World Questions | King’s Answers campaign and runs a well-regarded Alumni Relations programme. The team is also well regarded by its staff scoring amongst the highest in the 2023 King’s Staff Survey on measures of employee engagement. F&SD has worked particularly closely with the Vice-Chancellor and senior leadership to establish philanthropy as a key component of strategic delivery, and last year’s record £68m raised in philanthropic income for King’s and its Health Partners was an outstanding achievement. Of particular note is the fundraising for the Pears Maudsley Centre, a partnership between King’s, Maudsley Charity, and South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust to create Europe’s largest children’s mental health centre. Working with clinicians and academics, the team has exceeded its capital fundraising target, raising almost £30m, and a further £5m (to date) to support the clinical, academic, and educational work within the Centre. The successful fundraising has enabled a further £11m grant from Research England and the hiring of an internationally renowned Centre Director. Other significant recent gifts include: • a £15m gift to create the Qatar Centre for Global Banking & Finance in the King’s Business School. This has led to further funding from Qatar for the Business School and for King’s Global Health Partners’ work internationally. • a £12.5m gift to establish a permanently endowed Chair in Immuno-oncology. This significant commitment will boost and accelerate the existing human immune-oncology programme, and fund the development of laboratory space embedded in the clinical environment. This is a collaboration between King’s and Guy’s Cancer Centre. • A £10m donation for a new Centre which will enable young Africans to access education and opportunities otherwise not available to them. The Centre will offer blended and online programmes for students who have had their journey to higher education disrupted by conflict, displacement, or other transitions. • A £14m gift to conduct a six-year research programme into the effects on children of maternal prenatal exposure to infection, with a focus on children conceived during the initial years of the COVID-19 pandemic. The funding will provide visionary support and make the programme a reality, for the potential benefit of a unique generation of children and wider populations.

Kings Students Jan 2019-237

Philanthropy has played a critical role in the success of King’s and will play a vital role in the delivery of the 5-year strategy to 2029, the 200th Anniversary of King’s. External benchmarking identified the ability for King’s to double its level of philanthropic income (with associated investment). To help secure this, championed by the Vice-Chancellor, F&SD has led a process of academic engagement at faculty level and across the university to identify projects of strategic importance where philanthropy can have the greatest impact. This two-year process has resulted in significant engagement in support of this enhanced ambition across the whole university including teaching, research, service, students, and estates. Following this university-wide consultation we have agreed five King’s Impact Priorities which represent urgent global issues where we have the expertise, skills and knowledge to deliver meaningful and lasting change: • A thriving and sustainable planet • Whole-life health for mind and body • Advancing equality and social mobility • Peace and justice in a turbulent world • Technology for good Fundraising & Supporter Development (F&SD) is a values-driven team with a commitment to building a supportive culture and making F&SD “the place to work” for those in the sector. Our F&SD values: • Collaboration – we work in partnership. Everything starts with the team. • Ambition – we are inspired to raise the bar, achieving the best for the causes we care about. • Respect – we work respectfully, inclusively, and openly with everyone. • Accountability – we take responsibility for our actions and are committed to delivering excellent results.

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Pears Maudsley Centre

The Pears Maudsley Centre is set to be the world-leading centre for child and adolescent mental health.

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Please quote the vacancy id: 085145 in all correspondence.

Closing date for applications: 22 April 2024 11:00
Interview date: 05 June 2024

Application process

To apply for this post you will need to register on the King’s College London jobs page and submit the application form, along with the following: • a concise statement setting out your reasons for applying for the post and highlighting the particular skills and experience which you feel you would bring to the role (two pages maximum) • a curriculum vitae

Contact the team

For an informal discussion or to find out more about the role please contact the King’s Search Team.

Selection process

Applications will be shortlisted by a selection committee drawn from across the Vice-Chancellor’s senior team and wider University representatives. The interview panel will be chaired by the Vice-Chancellor & President and include representatives from across Professional Services, Faculties & Council. King’s College London is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and through this appointment process it is our aim to develop candidate pools that include applicants from all backgrounds and communities. King’s particularly welcomes applications from women, people from black and minority ethnic communities, the LGBTQ+ community and those with disabilities. If you have special needs in relation to your application, please contact Jack Richards (jack.richards@kcl.ac.uk).

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