Professor in Governance and Development and Director

Associate Director of Development Services- Birmingham University

University of Birmingham has released a notification in which they’re inviting candidates for the post of Associate Director of development services. The University is one of the world leaders in university development. Candidates will be work closely with key colleagues across our IT and Legal Services and procurement. Their practices, policies and processes are optimized and leveraged effectively.

Position Details:

  • Location: University of Birmingham
  • Salary: £56,021 to £64,914
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Terms of Employment: Permanent
  • Work Schedule:
  • Start & Close Date: 1st November 2023 to 27th November 2023
  • Languages: English

Job Responsibilities:

  • Candidates will be outstanding in teaching.
  • They will be world-leading research.
  • They will be lead three key areas of our work – Data and Insight, Prospect Research and Philanthropic Finance.
  • They will be ensuring our infrastructure of systems.

Job Requirements:

  • Candidates must have been educated to degree level.
  • They must have extensive experience of working in a complex.
  • They must have analytical and problem-solving skills.

Work Setting:

  • Candidates must have a proven record of supporting the business.
  • They must have adopted technology in medium to large organizations.
  • They must have proven problem-solving capability.


  • Company is paying a high scale of money to the candidates.
  • We are providing health and wealth care facilities.
  • We are given a silent environment to do this job.

How to Apply:

Those candidates are interested in this job. Check the apply link which is given below. For further information please contact our official site [email protected] or +44(0) 203617 9240.

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