Manager, Government Reporting and Student Load Planning

Location
Darwin, Australia
Posted
29 Nov 2018
End of advertisement period
12 Dec 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
  • Continuing, full time appointment
  • HEW Level 9 Salary, $106,097 to $112,053 per annum
  • Plus 17% Superannuation and 6 weeks annual leave
  • Casuarina Campus

Combine your high level analytical skills with your extensive experience in data reporting and planning in this dynamic role.

Charles Darwin University is ranked 43rd in the top 250 universities under 50 years of age in the world and is identified by Times Higher Education as one of an elite global group of ‘rising stars’ - a new generation of challenger universities quickly rising in world rankings.

University Planning and Performance (UPP) is the central point for the provision of strategic information to decision makers from across the University. The team is responsible for obtaining, manipulating, organising and analysing data from across the University into meaningful, integrated and user-friendly data assets, reports, and business insights. 

As the Manager – Government Reporting & Student Load Planning, you lead a team of analysts who are responsible for meeting all statutory data reporting obligations.  Your ability to interpret, model and advise University stakeholders regarding Government policy and funding changes affecting Higher Education and Vocational Education and Training will actively contribute to the University’s business intelligence strategy.

In addition, you will develop, build and foster partnerships throughout the University to instil a culture committed to continuous improvement through the sharing of knowledge. Experience leading a cohesive and productive team focus on strategic priorities will be critical to your success.

To be successful, you require a postgraduate qualification in statistics, data science, public policy (or similar) with relevant and extensive experience in University and/or Training Provider data reporting and planning, including experience in the analysis, interpretation and scenario modelling of Government policy and funding agreements.

For a confidential discussion please contact Penny Szybiak, Director Planning and Performance on 08 8946 6625 or email penny.szybiak@cdu.edu.au

Closing date: Wednesday 12 December 2018