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Director, University Planning & Performance

University of New South Wales

Director, UNSW Planning & Performance (UPP) Employment Type: Full time (35 hours per week) Duration: Continuing Remuneration: Confidential Competitive Total Package Location: Kensington, NSW About UNSW: UNSW is a large organisation with a diverse and talented community that is doing extraordinary things. Together, we are driven to be thoughtful, practical and purposeful in everything that we do. Taking this combined approach is what makes our work matter.

We are one of the top 50 universities in the world and a member of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight. If you want a career where you can thrive, be challenged and do meaningful work, UNSW is the right place. About UNSW Planning and Performance (UPP): UNSW Planning and Performance (UPP) is a key strategic resource for the University providing management information, analysis and insights on the data it manages through ownership of the enterprise data warehouse, Information Hub and Data and Information Governance.

UPP builds capability in key areas of business intelligence and planning based on the reliable and robust data that it manages and provides reports on behalf of the University to the Commonwealth Government and other statutory bodies. Why Your Role Matters: The Director of UPP is responsible for the creation, implementation and oversight of the UNSW-wide business intelligence, planning, reporting and data governance goals, standards, practices, and processes aligned with the goals of the University. The role is required to build strong and constructive engagement between UPP and internal and external stakeholders across the University to ensure close alignment between UPP’s outputs and stakeholder needs.

This position reports to the Provost and has 4 direct reports. To be right for this role, you would ideally have the following: A relevant degree, preferably with a postgraduate qualification Experience within the University sector High-level conceptual and analytical skills for investigating issues, problem-solving and interpreting trends in data Demonstrated ability to convert findings into detailed reports and recommendations Demonstrated ability to compile, manipulate and report on complex data-sets Working knowledge in the areas of Data Quality, Privacy, Compliance, Security and data lifecycle management. Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, collaboration and communication skills Highly organised and autonomous, able to prioritise work to meet timelines Ability to adapt and respond to new reporting requirements Benefits and Culture: UNSW offer a competitive salary and access to UNSW benefits including: Flexible work options Additional 3 days of leave over the Christmas Period Access to lifelong learning and career development Progressive HR practices How to Apply: Submit your application online before 11:55pm on 22 nd November 2022.

A copy of the Position Description can be found on JOBSUNSW. For more information, please contact: Georgia Grinnell Senior Talent Acquisition.


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