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Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Research, Development and Industry)

Recent appointments: Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Vice-President (Research, Development and Industry)

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Congratulations to Professor Heather Cavanagh on her appointment as the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Research, Development and Industry) at Charles Sturt University. Professor Cavanagh was previously Pro Vice Chancellor, Global Engagement (Research and Partnerships) & Professor at Charles Sturt University. About the Position Charles Sturt University is seeking a leader who can steward the development of collaborative connections between CSU and industry, end-users and stakeholders to strengthen and expand the research agenda. They will seek closer strategic partnerships based on the internationally competitive nature and relevance of CSU research and the opportunity to provide Higher Degree by Research students with…

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Recent appointments: Director of the UNSW Defence Research Institute

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Congratulations to Vice-Admiral Paul Maddison on his appointment as the Director of the Defence Research Institute at UNSW Canberra. Vice-Admiral Maddison was previously the High Commissioner to Australia for the Canadian Government, and former Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy.   Through the UNSW Defence Research Institute, UNSW aspires to be known internationally for its broad based defence research, with domains of excellence based on specific cross-disciplinary applications such as space, cyber security, systems engineering, logistics, defence-related public-sector management, and conflict studies. The Director is responsible for translating this vision into reality. The inaugural Director will foster Defence research and…

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Massey CIO

CIO at Massey – New Zealand’s defining university

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Transform IT capability at New Zealand’s defining university With a distinctive mix of campus-based, distance and international teaching, and a proud 80-year tradition of academic excellence, Massey University is committed to innovation. The university boasts nearly 18,000 students enrolled on three main campuses in New Zealand, and approximately 17,000 national and worldwide distance learning (extramural) students. Its forward-thinking spirit, research-led teaching, and cutting-edge discoveries make Massey New Zealand’s defining university. Tiriti-led, Massey is upholding Tiriti o Waitangi principles through the University’s practice.   About the role The Chief Information Officer (CIO) leads an enthusiastic team of 170 FTE staff to…

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Western Sydney University

Recent appointments: University Librarian – Western Sydney University

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Congratulations to Pete Maggs who joins Western from Lancaster University, where he was Director of Library Services. Lancaster University Library came first in the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017. Pete brings to Australia extensive higher education library experience from the United Kingdom, including roles as Deputy Librarian at Durham (2011-2015), Academic Development Librarian at UWE (2010-2011), Faculty Librarian at Newcastle U (2001-2009), Subject Librarian at Exeter (1995-2001) and Assistant Librarian at University of Southhampton. About the role As the library for Western Sydney University (WSU), Western Library has a worldwide reputation for leadership in information, spaces, collections and…

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Recent appointments: Professor of Education (Schooling, Innovation and Educational Technologies)

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Congratulations to Professor Peter Twining, who joins University of Newcastle from the Open University UK, where he was Professor of Education (Futures) since 2013. Previous roles at the OU include, Head of the Department of Education,  Co-Director of the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology, and Associate Dean Research and Scholarship. Career highlights include being awarded the Times Higher Education ‘Outstanding ICT Initiative’ for his work on virtual worlds, and being awarded government funding for large scale projects to enhance digital technology strategies in schools. About the role The University of Newcastle School of Education is seeking a…

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Head of Institute, Wollotuka | IS THIS YOUR NEW?

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The University of Newcastle is seeking an academic leader to envision and enable a better future for Indigenous students, academics and partners through Indigenous education and research. The University is recognised as leading the way in the higher education sector in Indigenous education, staffing and research, and is fully committed to continuing to build on its long and proud record of achievement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander enablement through higher education and academic achievement. The University’s NeW Futures Strategic Plan 2016-2025 continues that commitment with a strong focus on social justice and Indigenous knowledge and community issues for staff…

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Research and Projects Assistant

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We are growing our team at our offices in Sydney’s Waterloo. We offer opportunities for you to develop and grow your skills and career, while making a real difference to education, research and people’s lives and futures. A combination of research, marketing, client and candidate care, and project management, operating on a global scale, are all aspects of this role. Beyond induction, we offer training, development and career progression opportunities to share in our team’s success. About you The real you You are a self-starter and have grit and determination You can think laterally to gather information and to analyse,…

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Academic leader in Cryo-EM at University of Auckland

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Associate Professor/ Senior Lecturer in Biological Sciences and Molecular Imaging (Cryogenic Electron Microscopy) This newly created, continuing role is being appointed at a time of increased investment and developments in cryo electron microscopy (cryo-EM) at University of Auckland (UoA  www.auckland.ac.nz ) and throughout the Australasian region. This new role will help build the University’s capacity and leadership in molecular imaging for research in biological sciences, as part of multidisciplinary approaches to research problems aligned with strategic funding priorities. About the Faculty of Science and biological sciences at UoA The Faculty of Science is the leading science faculty in New Zealand and…

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Join our team!

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We are looking to grow our team at our offices in Sydney’s Waterloo (in the hub of the suburb’s revitalisation). We offer opportunities to grow and evolve together, and to make a real difference to education, and people’s lives and futures. About us At De Sailly Search we help universities and knowledge-intensive organisations find leaders who can transform education, and futures, at the intersection of ideas, and the new world. Our team combines 50 years of experience in the sector, while remaining dynamic and agile, always scanning the horizon for new emerging talent, technologies, trends and opportunities to help our…

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Search for an Executive Dean, Faculty of Science at Charles Sturt University

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‘Yindyamarra Winhanganha’  (the wisdom of respectfully knowing how to live well in a world worth living in) This phrase from the Wiradjuri, the traditional custodians of the land of the original CSU campuses, describes the university’s ethos. CSU is ‘a university of the land and people of its regions’. Around half of CSU students are from rural and regional locations. Australia’s largest regional university, CSU is also the country’s leading provider of distance education. The Faculty of Science is home to eight Schools, the Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health and a range of business enterprises (The Equine Centre, Environmental…

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