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Whitelands College


London and Home Counties

Ref: JN008956

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An exciting opportunity as Head of Whitelands College, one of the four constituent colleges of the University of Roehampton. The College and the University share a vision, sense of purpose and mission that underpin everything we do together. The College and University are committed to developing all of our students as individuals, supporting them in an inclusive community of learning and equipping them with the confidence, knowledge and adaptability they need to lead a successful career and fulfilling life when they graduate, whatever path they choose to take. In addition to supporting our students, the College also fulfils a leading role in enhancing the experience of staff colleagues, contributing to a strong sense of community across our campus, both at Whitelands College and across the University.


The Head of Whitelands College is responsible for the leadership of the College and for ensuring its continued success. Broadly, the Head of College will:


  • Maintain and develop the ethos and values of the College, inherited from its Anglican foundation, and enhance relationships and connections between the College, the Governing Body, the local community particularly the Alton Estate in which the College is set, the University and the Anglican Communion, both at a national and international level and in relation to the Anglican Parish of Roehampton.
  • Build a community that meets the needs of students and staff, both residential and non-residential, of faith or none, and which enriches their experience of University life and the College and University’s academic culture.
  • Support and promote a collegiate environment with the aim of enriching the student and staff experience and contributing to the nurturing of graduates.
  • Be an entrepreneurial ambassador of the College and the University and raise their profiles locally, nationally and internationally, in Anglican-related networks and more widely.

The role is part-time (0.5fte) and may be combined with an existing role at the University. For applications from outside the University, an additional 0.5 FTE may be available as a member of staff of an academic department of the University, up to Professorial level, depending on the candidate’s expertise and resourcing needs within the Department.


If you are interested in this exciting opportunity to join the College, please visit our website to review the application pack in further detail.


The salary will be that of £40,580 –£43,989 p.a. (pro-rata, inclusive of London Weighting Allowance).


Closing date: 1st March 2021


Please contact: James Drummond, HR Officer

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Closing date: 01 March 2021


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