Your opportunity to lead as our Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)
USC is enjoying an exciting period of growth and development and this is your chance to use your strategic leadership abilities and experience to drive and contribute to USC's agenda of innovation, growth and engagement into the future.
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) will provide strategic leadership of USC's academic activities and play a key role in advancing the development of one of the world's top 150 young universities.
The role will set the focus and direction for the achievement of growth and expansion whilst maintaining quality and professional accreditation standards. The successful applicant will be a strategic thinker, able to exercise leadership and create a vision to develop and empower a dynamic team that is responsive to challenges and change in order to deliver the goals of the University.
If you do join us, you will be part of a community that drives innovation and helps to build better lives.
Comprehensive information about this opportunity, including the Role Statement, is containted in the Candidate_Information_Pack.pdf
Confidential enquires about the role should be directed to:
Professor Greg Hill
Vice-Chancellor and President
Telephone: +61 7 5430 1101
For additional information about the University, visit the USC website www.usc.edu.au or contact Mark Nugent, Director, Human Resources on +61 7 5430 1112 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should include a full curriculum vitae and a statement on how your experience, abilities, knowledge and qualities are relevant, taking into account the responsibilities of the role. Applicants should provide the names and contact details of at least three referees. These referees will not be contacted without the prior consent of the applicant.
Applications marked 'confidential' and quoting Reference No: 17091 should be submitted via email to email@example.com
The University reserves the right to fill the position by invitation.
Thursday, 11 January 2018
USC values diversity, enables access and promotes inclusion.
USC strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.