Part 1.7: The Executive Deans of Colleges

1.7.1 The Executive Deans of Colleges shall be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive,
          subject to the approval of the Council and shall be designated as Pro-Vice-Chancellors.
 
1.7.2 The Executive Dean of each College shall be appointed for a period of five years.  Candidates
         (whether external or internal) for the post of Executive Dean of College shall be interviewed by an
         Appointments Board comprising a majority of Academic members, and one lay member of Council; the
         Board will be chaired by the Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive.
 
1.7.3 The period of office may be extended for further specified periods by Council on the recommendation
          of the Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive.
 
1.7.4 An Executive Dean may resign in writing addressed to the Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive.
 
1.7.5 An Executive Dean shall:

         (i)    act as the Chair of the College Management Team.
         (ii)   be responsible within the College for the implementation of University policy.
         (iii)  be directly responsible to the Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive for the management and
                administration of all resources that may be allocated to the College.
         (iv)  present the recommendations of the College to such bodies as may be concerned with its work. 
         (v)   adjudicate where necessary on matters concerning admission of students.
         (vi)  be a member ex officio of the Senate and of such committees as may be determined from time to
                time.
        (vii)  be a member ex officio of the boards for the appointment of Academic Staff within the College.
        (viii) assist the Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive in the administration and development of the                          University and undertake any other duties as appropriate to the office of Executive Dean and to
                the work of the College.
        (ix)   make regular reports to the members of the College.