Director Of Risk Management

Imperial College London is one of the world’s top 10 universities (ranked #8 in the QS World University Rankings 2018). The College consistently achieves the highest rankings nationally and internationally for delivering world class scholarship, education and research in science, engineering, medicine and business. Based in South Kensington, with further campuses spread across London, the College has a profound impact on the world.

Imperial College London strives for excellence in everything it does. Risk Management plays an essential role in supporting academic and professional services departments to achieve excellence. The College is currently seeking to appoint a new Director of Risk Management to work across the whole institution to create a first class risk management environment. This is an exciting opportunity to apply best practice in one of the most cutting edge and innovative organisations of its kind anywhere globally. The Director will work closely with the College leadership team to advise on all aspects of risk management, delivering an adaptive Risk Management Strategy which helps to embed risk management across the College. 

The successful candidate will have expertise in risk management in a complex environment, probably combined with a wider managerial career, and a track record evidencing successful senior leadership influencing. He/she will be a leader in accordance to the seven principles of Imperial College leadership; Imperial Expectations. The Director will possess the ability to build credible and long term relationships with all university stakeholders and external partners whilst evidencing up to date knowledge of risk management and best practice.

Closing date for applications will be Wednesday 12th July 2017 at noon.

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