The newly established Malawi University of Science and Technology is looking to fill two vacant top management positions; those of vice-chancellor and academic deputy vice-chancellor.
The vice-chancellor will handle the overall management of the university, specifically in raising funding and other resources for the institution. The deputy vice-chancellor will steer the development of the university’s research and teaching strategies.
The university was set up by the Malawi government in December 2012 on the outskirts of Blantyre City and can house a maximum of 5,000 students. It is a public university with faculties of technology, earth science and climate change, Africa studies and medical sciences.