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University of the Sunshine Coast

Manager, Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence

  • Classification Level 10 (Salary A$115,788 gross per annum plus up to 17 percent employer superannuation contributions)
  • 2 year fixed term appointment
  • Relocation allowance
  • Location: Sippy Downs (Sunshine Coast)

Supporting the University’s commitment to comprehensive data and information management and enhancing evidence-based decision making, the Manager, Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence, contributes, as a key member of the SIAU, to the delivery of the University’s strategic and operational planning.

The focus for this role is to direct the ongoing implementation and development of the University’s enterprise data warehouse (DW) and business intelligence (BI) solution to further support and enhance evidence-based decision making across the University.

Web link for further information and to apply: https://www.usc.edu.au/connect/work-at-usc/manager-data-warehouse-and-business-intelligence#background

Applications close: 26 April 2017


University of Technology Sydney

Student Load Strategy Manager

  • Sydney CBD location
  • fixed term full-time basis for five years
  • An attractive and competitive remuneration package will be offered (SSS 1)
  • 17% superannuation in addition to base salary.

The university is currently seeking a Student Load Strategy Manager to oversee and coordinate the our student load strategy and planning processes, and to provide related high level analysis and advice. The incumbent will work in the Planning and Quality Unit (PQU) and will collaborate with senior leaders across the university to align the university’s processes for student recruitment, enrolment and management with those for staff planning and space allocation to provide the best student support possible.

Sound modelling and analysis of the university’s student population is critical to the achievement of our vision and strategy in an increasingly competitive operating environment, underpinned by analysis to inform the ongoing strategic development of our student profile. PQU is responsible for provision of a range of reporting and analysis services to assist the university’s strategic decision making and to meet our external reporting obligations.

This is a role that will allow you to exercise your expertise in statistical modelling and analysis in combination with your team leadership, communication and stakeholder engagement skills. Day to day you will be responsible for overseeing the student load planning and monitoring processes and adding value through in depth reactive and proactive complex analysis and forecasting to meet the needs of the Senior Executive and Faculties.

You will see yourself as a proactive, outcome-driven expert data analyst who can effectively communicate with and engage a diverse range of stakeholders. A natural diplomat with an eye for detail and knowledge of the Australian higher education sector, your flair for identifying mission-critical lines of inquiry combined with your skills to undertake the necessary data analysis and distill fresh insights for senior management will see you being successful in the role.

Technically strong, you will have a well-developed working knowledge of statistical analysis and modelling techniques, data structures and contemporary data visualisation practices. In addition you will have high level skills in enterprise reporting tools (such as TM1, Cognos BI suite or equivalent), database applications and Microsoft Excel, and an ability to communicate your team’s insights based on complex modelling and analysis of student load and related variables.

There is scope to broaden the accountabilities of the role based on the skills of the incumbent appointed.

Click here for more information and to apply

Application closing date: 4 May 2017, 11.59pm 


University of Technology Sydney

Rankings Program Manager

  • Sydney CBD location
  • Fixed term full-time basis for three years.
  • Base Salary Range: $110,808 to $116,084 pa (HEW 9).
  • 17% superannuation in addition to base salary.

The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is currently seeking a Rankings Program Manager to manage our international rankings and ratings program as a critical component of the University’s research, external engagement and internationalisation strategies. Based within the University’s Planning and Quality Unit, the manager will develop, communicate and manage the program of activity that supports the University’s participation in a number of rankings and ratings.

As an effective program manager, communicator and influencer, you will develop and manage an integrated program of activity across all faculties and central units. Your data management and analysis skills will be critical as you coordinate and work closely with colleagues who contribute to the data-intensive elements of the rankings program.

Day to day you will be responsible for ensuring that the university’s complex program of activity is delivered, including the delivery of multiple simultaneous projects and activities, and that all team members are clear on their high priority tasks and are supported to achieve them.

You will see yourself as a proactive team player who enjoys collaborating with a wide range of academic and professional staff and is skilled in influencing others to contribute to high priority organisational initiatives. At times this will involve presenting the case for change to university business processes.

As a gifted communicator and planner, you will translate complex and at times ambiguous external requirements into clear, simple requests to specific areas, provided with adequate lead time, and prepare timely and clear status reports and analyses to senior management.

You will be accustomed to anticipating and responding to changing external and internal requirements to ensure your team’s activities remain aligned to the university’s strategy.

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Application closing date: 1 May 2017, 11.59pm


Deakin University

Associate Research Fellow (UNESCO)

  • Reference number: 170188
  • Industry: Education and Training
  • Location: Melbourne Burwood Campus - Australia
  • Salary: AU$63938 - AU$86300 per annum + 9.5% super
  • Position status: Contract, Part-time (29.40 hours per week) and fixed term to 31 December 2017

Job Description


This position will provide high-level research assistance and support to the UNESCO Chair, Cultural Diversity and Social Justice and the Director, Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation.

This will include:

  • Providing high-level support towards the submission of grant applications and reports.
  • Providing high-level editorial support for finalising papers and reports.
  • With limited supervision, providing outstanding research assistance including conducting literature reviews, transcription and drafting documents.
  • Providing an excellent contribution to the Faculty's research programs.


  • PhD in a relevant discipline and/or other relevant qualifications and experience.
  • Demonstrated experience supporting the development of academic publications and grant submissions.
  • Demonstrated experience conducting research tasks including editing, literature reviews, and transcription.
  • Emerging research and scholarship through publications, and/or exhibitions as appropriate to the discipline.

For a full list of the selection criteria please see the position description.

CONTACT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Cayla Edwards, telephone +61 3 9244 6658, email cayla.edwards@deakin.edu.au

We value our staff and understand that they are more than just their jobs, that's why we offer benefits that enhance work life. Further information on Deakin's workplace benefits can be found here: deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/work-at-deakin/why-work-at-deakin/staff-benefits


For a full copy of the position description and to apply online, please visit deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/work-at-deakin

Deakin University values diversity, enables access and promotes inclusion.

Deakin University is an employer of choice for women and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Provide high-level research assistance and support to the UNESCO Chair, Cultural Diversity and Social Justice and the Director, Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation.

About the Company
Deakin University was established in 1974, the first university in regional Victoria and the first to specialise in distance education. Deakin has five campuses: one in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, two in the port city of Geelong, one in Warrnambool on the southwest coast of Victoria and one in the cloud (Deakin’s fastest growing cohort is online). Deakin also has a corporate centre in the Melbourne CBD, a network of technology-rich learning centres across regional Victoria and international offices in India, China and Indonesia. Deakin has always had a strong reputation for innovation, and in this digital age, has been at the forefront of new and emerging technologies in research and teaching. Vibrant, technology-rich spaces both at its campuses and in the cloud are a hallmark of life at Deakin. Deakin is committed to a workplace culture that fosters and supports excellence in teaching, research and administration. It provides an extensive program of capacity building, supporting teaching practice, digital scholarship, career progression and personal growth. Deakin values diversity, enables access and celebrates inclusion. It has a long standing commitment to being flexible, accessible and friendly.

Application URL: http://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=bWF0dGMuOTk0ODAuNzI5OUBkZWFraW51bmlhdS5hcGxpdHJhay5jb20

CLOSING DATE: Sunday 16 April 2017

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