- Executive role with one of the largest business schools in the Asia Pacific region
- Enjoy a high level of autonomy and accountability
- Drive quality and innovation in learning and teaching
RMIT University has established a reputation for excellence in business education and applied research, providing industry responsive programs that are relevant to both students and the future needs of employers. The University seeks to appoint an outstanding leader to the Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor, Learning and Teaching position.
Driving high level strategic leadership in learning and teaching, the Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning and Teaching (DPVC) is responsible for the development, implementation, maintenance and quality assurance of innovative program development across higher education at all locations globally. Reporting to the Pro Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President, College of Business and a part of the College of Business Executive Team, this key role works collaboratively within the College, across the University globally and with external stakeholders.
The successful candidate will bring skills in the leadership and contemporary development of learning and teaching initiatives, with experience developing innovative programs and a current knowledge of the trends and best practice in teaching and learning. With outstanding communication skills and the ability to engage widely and foster relationships and networks, the successful candidate will be a PhD-qualified career academic, with significant professional standing in a relevant discipline.
RMIT is a global university of technology, design and enterprise in which teaching, research and engagement are central to achieving positive impact and creating life-changing experiences for its students.
With an international reputation for excellence in professional and vocational education, applied and innovative research, and engagement with the needs of industry and the community, RMIT is ranked in the top 250 universities globally (2019 QS World University rankings). It has three campuses in Melbourne, two in Vietnam and a Centre in Spain and offers programs through international partners. RMIT also has strong links with industry that allows close collaboration to aid the development of highly skilled, globally focussed graduates.
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- Applications close: 29 November 2019.