If you have a commitment to education, training, and research, as well as equal measures of experience, energy and tenacity, then an exciting challenge to lead and govern a university that changes lives awaits.
CQUniversity Australia is looking for our next University Chancellor. The Chancellor will be an influential, inspirational leader who will help the University stand out and be counted within the most competitive and challenging market conditions in the Australian Higher Education sector’s history.
As Chancellor, you will provide leadership and governance to support our strategic plan, our regions and culture. You will also be a champion of inclusion, diversity, and engagement with a deep understanding of the importance of education, training, and research in regional Australia.
To do this, you will capture the imaginations of our stakeholders and influence decision makers. You will value honesty and integrity and be the type of leader that can relate to everyone, regardless of their background. These are the traits that are valued by our people, our students and our communities.
About the Role
The Central Queensland University Act 1998 provides for a Council to be the governing authority of the University, and for a Chancellor to be elected. The Chancellor is the Head of the University, presiding over meetings of the Council, and is an ex-officio member of all bodies of the University. It is the role of the Chancellor to represent and speak on behalf of the Council, to take the lead in key decision making, and to offer support, advice and counsel to the Vice-Chancellor and President.
The Chancellor, champions effective ethical governance, leads a dynamic team of councillors, guides and monitors the management of the University and ensures that the strategic direction of the University is pursued. As a role model, the Chancellor reflects the values of the University to its students and staff, ensuring that the University maintains its high standing in the broader community.
CQUniversity will be supported in the appointment process by the executive search firm Boyden. Boyden will support the selection committee to identify the widest possible field of qualified candidates and to assess candidates against the requirements for the role.
Your application should consist of:
- a comprehensive CV detailing professional and academic qualifications, full employment history (including relevant responsibilities and achievements), along with the contact details of three referees; and
- a brief statement (not more than 3 pages) outlining why the appointment is of interest and what you can bring to the role.
All enquiries should be directed in confidence to:
Phone: 0449 031549
The deadline for applications is 2 May 2022.
21 March 2022.
2 May 2022.
Candidate Discussions and Interviews
From week commencing (anticipated) 4 July 2022.
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