University Executive Board
The University Executive Board (UEB) is the senior management committee of the University, whose primary focus is to consider, approve and monitor the effectiveness of University strategic objectives and operations, including:
- the effective strategic management of the University’s financial, human and physical resources
- setting and monitoring of targets and benchmarks for the University and faculties
- assessment and monitoring of risk
Chaired by the Vice-Chancellor, the membership of the University Executive Board includes the Provost, Deputy Vice-Chancellors, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Deans, and the University Secretary and Chief Operating Officer. The Governance team provide secretariat support.
View profiles of the University's Senior Management Team.
For queries relating to the University Executive Board, contact Elaine McMillan, Clerk to the Court of Governors: [email protected]
The University’s Executive work in close partnership with the Senior Leadership Group, which includes UEB members, Professional Services Directors, academic Heads of Department and the Head of Organisational Development.
The purpose of the Senior Leadership Group is to facilitate a regular exchange of strategic information between the executive and operational leadership groups in the University. The Group is responsible for developing and implementing new ways of working, leading the activities required to deliver our key priorities, and ensuring work is carried out in ways that are aligned to our organisational behaviours and values.
The group does not have collectively any approval or decision making role but members are expected to contribute their respective strategic and operational leadership in both academic and professional service areas.
Leadership roles and responsibilities
The diagram below shows the strategic portfolios held by UEB members.