Associate Dean (Education), Faculty of Engineering & Information Technologies
University of Sydney
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Salary & Benefits: Competitive
Closing Date: 07/06/2019
Formal Interview Date: w/c 15 July
Associate Dean (Education)
Faculty of Engineering & Information Technologies
About the opportunity
The University of Sydney is Australia’s premier University with an outstanding global reputation for academic and research excellence, and employs over 7600 permanent staff supporting over 60,000 students.
The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies at the University of Sydney is one of the largest and preeminent faculties of its kind in the world; ranked in the global top 40 (QS 2018). The Faculty is one of the largest at the University and is known globally for the quality education program and its graduates, its research impact and industry connections. The
Faculty is a world leader in generating smarter technology and driving real impact through engineering and technology innovation.
The Faculty are currently seeking a new Associate Dean (Education) to oversee the Faculty’s Education portfolio. Working with the Dean and the Heads of School the Associate Dean (Education) will implement strategic education initiatives, promote education excellence and lead on education standards for the Faculty. As a member of the faculty leadership team the successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the growth and ongoing success of the Faculty. S/He will be expected to build highly collaborative working relationships with the Associate Deans (Education) from other Faculties and participate in University-wide strategic planning and governance as it relates to the education portfolio. We are looking for someone who is creative and passionate about education and someone who operates at the forefront of innovation in education in the disciplines of Engineering and Information Technologies.
Term and remuneration
Term and remuneration It is the intention that the Associate Dean term be for four years. This will be constructed as an initial two year appointment followed by a performance evaluation and a potential further two year appointment. This position will also be supported
by an underlying continuing position. A competitive salary will be negotiated with the successful applicant. Relocation assistance may also be provided if required.
How to apply
The University has engaged executive search firm Perrett Laver to assist with this appointment. Perrett Laver will support the selection committee to identify the widest possible field of qualified candidates and to assess candidates against the requirements for the role.
For an initial discussion about the role, please contact Arturo Uriostegui at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +612 8354 4027.
For more information and to submit your application please visit the Perrett Laver website at candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies/ quoting reference 4117.
Deadline for applications: Friday 7 June 2019
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LGBTIQ; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged.
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