Court Appointments

Court Appointments will be listed here when vacancies arise.

People & Organisational Development Committee - External Lay Member

Appointment of External Lay Member to People & Organisation Development Committee

(Unremunerated position)

The University of Glasgow is seeking an appropriately qualified senior People & OD or HR professional with significant organisational leadership experience and a strong commitment to Higher Education, to serve on its People and Organisation Development (OD) Committee.  The People & OD Committee is one of nine Committees of the University Court (the governing body of the University).  The Committee is responsible for the oversight, approval and ongoing development, implementation and delivery of the University’s People & Organisational Development Strategy and its related plans, aligned with the strategic imperatives of the University of Glasgow. 

Glasgow is one of the world's top 100 universities and a member of the prestigious Russell Group of leading UK research universities. It has a student population of c.38,000 at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and an annual turnover in excess £900m, with research income of c.£196m.  The University welcomes students from more than 140 countries worldwide, with excellent ratings for student satisfaction.  You will be joining and contributing to the University at an exciting time, with a series of major capital projects already underway or under consideration as part of the substantial re-development of our expanding campus; and during the development of the  institution’s strategic plan for the forthcoming 10 year planning cycle.

You will be in a position to commit to between 5 and 8 half-days per year in order to undertake the duties associated with role with requisite senior P&OD or HR leadership experience ideally within a large, complex organisation

The University of Glasgow is wholly committed to diversity and inclusion with ambitious KPIs in this sphere, and would particularly welcome applications from ethnic minority, women and traditionally under-represented groups.

The position available from March 2024, is non-executive and unremunerated,  with expenses paid, including travel, child/dependent-care and any loss of earnings.   The appointment will be for four years in the first instance.  Candidates must not be employees or students of the University of Glasgow.  

Further information, including essential requirements for the position, and information on how to apply, is available from P&OD Committee Further Details

Individuals with relevant experience may contact the University Secretary, Dr David Duncan, david.duncan@glasgow.ac.uk Tel 0141 330 4246, to discuss opportunities on an informal basis.

Further information is available with regards to the governing body of the University and its committees is available from https://www.gla.ac.uk/myglasgow/governance/corporategovernance/ 

The deadline for applications (in the form of a CV and a covering letter) is 5pm on Tuesday 2 April 2024. Please submit applications via e—mail to uofg-court@glasgow.ac.uk

The interviews are due to take place on 24 April 2024.

 

Remuneration Committee - External Lay member

Appointment of External Lay Member to Remuneration Committee

(Unremunerated position)

The University of Glasgow is seeking an appropriately qualified external member, to serve on its Remuneration Committee, which is a committee of the University Court (the governing body). 

The Remuneration Committee is one of nine Committees of the University Court (the governing body of the University).  The Committee is responsible for considering and reviewing the salaries, terms and conditions, and any severance payments, for senior members of staff of the University.

Glasgow is one of the world's top 100 universities and a member of the prestigious Russell Group of leading UK research universities. It has a student population of c.38,000 at undergraduate and postgraduate level, and an annual turnover in excess £900m, with research income of c.£196m.  The University welcomes students from more than 140 countries worldwide, with excellent ratings for student satisfaction.  You will be joining and contributing to the University at an exciting time, with a series of major capital projects already underway or under consideration as part of the substantial re-development of our expanding campus; and during the development of the institution’s strategic plan for the forthcoming 10 year planning cycle.

You will be in a position to commit to between 4 and 6 half-days per year in order to undertake the duties associated with role with requisite senior P&OD or HR leadership experience ideally within a large, complex organisation

The University of Glasgow is wholly committed to diversity and inclusion with ambitious KPIs in this sphere, and would particularly welcome applications from ethnic minority, women and traditionally under-represented groups.

The position available from March 2024, is non-executive and unremunerated, with expenses paid, including travel, child/dependent-care and any loss of earnings.   The appointment will be for four years in the first instance.  Candidates must not be employees or students of the University of Glasgow.  

Further information, including essential requirements for the position, and information on how to apply, is available here Remuneration Committee Further Details

Individuals with relevant experience may contact the University Secretary, Dr David Duncan, david.duncan@glasgow.ac.uk Tel 0141 330 4246, to discuss opportunities on an informal basis.

Further information is available with regards to the governing body of the University and its committees is available from https://www.gla.ac.uk/myglasgow/governance/corporategovernance/ 

The deadline for applications (in the form of a CV and a covering letter) is 5pm on Tuesday 2 April 2024. Please submit applications via e—mail to uofg-court@glasgow.ac.uk

The interviews are due to take place on 24 April 2024.