Bond UniversityJob No: DP_SLADE Classification level: N/A Contract type: Full time, fixed term appointment for 5 years Location: Bond University, Gold Coast Salary will be negotiated commensurate with skills and experience
About the position:
An exciting opportunity exists for a Director, Planning, reporting directly to the Executive Director (Strategy, Systems and People). The Director will be responsible for effective University-wide planning frameworks.
Delivering high quality analytics and reporting to inform management and support innovation, the Director will also monitor and engage with the external environment to inform strategy and to assess and report changes that impact the University to the Senior Executive.
Working to support the strategic goals of the University, they will provide effective analyses and timely advice to Managers and Senior Executives on key aspects of the University’s business.
About the person:
The ideal applicant will have leadership experience with the demonstrated ability to engage a broad range of stakeholders both internally and externally. They will also have a proven ability to manage staff, resources, relationships, change and projects effectively.
It is essential that the successful applicant has the capability to work collaboratively with others, to be responsible for providing University-wide planning, information management analytics and reporting including Quality Assurance and Government and third-party reporting. With a strong commitment to the culture, mission and values of Bond University, the ideal candidate will have a cultural awareness and sensitivity that forms the basis of their professional relationships.
For a confidential discussion and to obtain the Information Booklet that contains full details of the role and the application requirements, please contact Chris Cheesman.
Applications Closing Date: 21 Nov 2018 at 5:00pmExplore
AAIRContract type: 2 years (negotiable) Location: Virtual Office Voluntary position with perks!
Are you looking for a little something extra to add another string to your bow, show off your skills, learn some new ones, while also helping your Association?
Imagine what it would be like if everyone in your Association knew your face and knew your name. Your profile would instantly be raised amongst your peers.
AAIR is seeking an Editor for the Association’s monthly Newsletter. The current Editor, Tracy Creagh, will step down at the end of 2018 after two years in the role.
This is a fantastic professional development opportunity to increase your knowledge of the sector and gain an in-depth understanding of higher education issues at both international and domestic levels. It is hoped that the incoming Editor could shadow the outgoing Editor for the last issue of the year (November 2018), and then formally commence in January 2019.
The incoming Editor is welcome to take the Newsletter in new directions – to put a personal stamp on the Newsletter. We are open to your ideas and happy to discuss how AAIR can best support you in the role. The key for AAIR is that the content keeps our members informed and is of interest to our broad readership, which now numbers over 900 subscribers.
The outgoing Editor will provide the necessary resources to the incoming Editor regarding where topical information can be sourced and will receive any necessary training during the handover period.
This is great opportunity for you to advance your own professional development and become more involved in your Association.
Applications Closing Date: 23 Nov 2018 at Expressions of interest are open until an appropriate candidate is appointed.
Enquiries: Liesha Northover - AAIR Executive Officer - email@example.com -Explore
University of the Sunshine CoastJob No: 18126 Classification level: HEW Level 10 Contract type: 2 years Location: Sunshine Coast $141,000, plus Includes superannuation of 17%
The University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) is on an exciting data warehouse/business intelligence journey. Do you want to lead our development into the next phase?
You will lead an established, respected and agile DW/BI team. You will continue to build on existing developments and work closely with our service partners to prioritise emerging business requirements and translate these into solutions to enhance the University’s evidence-based decision-making capabilities.
Applications Closing Date: 26 Nov 2018 at 12:00AMExplore
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