Director, Business Intelligence and Reporting

at Macquarie University

Macquarie University is looking for an expert Business Intelligence leader to lead the design and delivery of impactful information solutions that transform the University to a data-driven culture – where decisions are reached, and growth is achieved, through fact-based findings and insights.

Macquarie University is located in the heart of Australia’s largest high-tech precinct bringing together more than 44,000 students and 3,400 staff. The campus spans 126 hectares with open green space and more than $1bn has recently been invest in facilities and infrastructure to that students and staff can thrive in an inspiring environment that is switched on the latest digital technologies. Despite its youth, the University has risen to be a progressive and influential institution and is highly regarded both locally and internationally. This Director role presents an exciting opportunity for an experienced, dynamic and visionary Director, Business Intelligence and Reporting.

The role requires a strong ability to translate integrated data solutions into tangible and actionable insights and recommendations for a wide range of stakeholders, in language that makes sense to them. The Director will work cross functionally and influence at all levels to drive successful adoption and integration of advanced analytics for informed decision making. The Director will develop a high performing ream that supports the University’s information and business intelligence requirements.

High quality candidates have a proven track record in leading the development and implementation of data and information strategy, including data governance, data lifecycle management and data policy development. The Director will partner with senior management and stakeholders to deliver results that expand growth in alignment with the university’s strategic direction.

How to Apply for this job

To obtain the Information Booklet, including the role description, or to apply, please DIRECTLY email quoting J15695 Should you require further information after reviewing that document, and the website, please contact Dr Marianne Broadbent or Grant Nichol at NGS Global on either of the following numbers: 1300 138 863 or +61 3 8626 0600. Applications are requested as soon as possible, preferably by COB Wednesday 18 September, 2019.

Sydney New South Wales Australia

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