Job No.: 567069
Work type: Fixed Term
About the position
Reporting to the Associate Dean, Partnerships, the Senior Manager will specialise in developing strategic partnerships for the School of Education. They will possess proven experience in driving business growth and fostering innovation. The role will entail engagement with a range of external stakeholders, involving the forging of ties with education, government, industry and community-based organisations. A keen understanding of business and development opportunities is essential for excelling in the role.
A significant aspect of the Senior Manager's role is the operational management of the award-winning Nexus program, an innovative component of the High Achieving Teachers Program (HAT) that offers an employment-based teaching pathway. Operational management includes overseeing all administrative aspects of the Nexus program, including budget development and maintenance, expenditure monitoring, and government reporting on program outcomes. They will monitor and ensure compliance with all aspects of Nexus and the School's other partnerships agreements, including the agreement(s) with the federal Department of Education. This position is fixed-term, until the end of December 2025, with the possibility of extension.
A selection of your duties will include:
Skills & Experience
Please refer to the Position Description for other duties, skills and experience required for this position.
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How to apply
Closing date: Sunday 25th February, 2024 @ 11:55pm
Position Enquiries: Miriam Tanti, Associate Dean, Academic Partnerships, School of Education, Email: [email protected],
Recruitment Enquiries: Vicki Stavrou, Senior Talent Acquisition Business Partner, Email [email protected], Phone (03) 9479 5191
Position Description below:
PD-Senior Manager, Partnerships 09.02.2024.pdf
Please note, this opportunity is open only to applicants who hold the full rights to work in Australia.
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