Part 1.6: The Deputy Vice-Chancellors and Pro-Vice-Chancellors


 

1.6.1  The Deputy Vice-Chancellors other than the Provost and Pro-Vice-Chancellors shall be
          appointed by the Council on the recommendation of an Appointments Panel established by the              Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive. Candidates (whether external or internal) for the post of
          Deputy Vice-Chancellor or Pro-Vice-Chancellor shall be interviewed by an Appointments Board
          comprising a majority of Academic members drawn from the Senate, and at least one
          independent member of Council; the Board will be chaired by the Vice-Chancellor and Chief
          Executive. All such appointments shall be reported to Council and Senate

1.6.2  The office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellors and Pro-Vice-Chancellors shall typically be held by
          members of staff of professorial status for a term of up to five years. Their terms of office may be
          extended by further specified periods by the Council on the recommendation of the Vice-
          Chancellor and Chief Executive.

1.6.3  In addition to the duties specified in the Charter and Statutes the principal duties of the Deputy
          Vice-Chancellors and Pro-Vice-Chancellors shall be determined by the Vice-Chancellor and
          Chief Executive.

1.6.4  Any Deputy Vice-Chancellor or Pro-Vice-Chancellor may undertake additional duties from time to
          time at the request of and on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive. 

1.6.5  The Deputy Vice-Chancellors and Pro-Vice-Chancellors shall be empowered to confer Degrees.

1.6.6  A Deputy Vice-Chancellor or Pro-Vice-Chancellor may resign in writing addressed to the Vice-
         Chancellor and Chief Executive.