Director, Little Hall

at University of Melbourne

Salary: negotiable, equivalent to an Academic position at Level D or Level E, or a Professional position at Senior Manager level. Employer superannuation contribution of 17% applies.

Little Hall is a new and unique hall of residence for students of The University of Melbourne. It is situated in an attractive and prominent location at the corner of Swanston St and Lincoln Square South in Carlton. Opening in mid-2020, Little Hall is a state of the art, purpose-built student accommodation facility and will be home to 669 students from around Australia and the world. Some of these students will be recipients of Hansen Scholarships (named in honor of major benefactor Jane Hansen).

Little Hall (named in honour of major benefactor Paul Little, AO) will be led by a Hall Director. The Director is responsible for enacting the vision, values and strategic aims of the University as they relate to the individual and communal student experience and success within Little Hall. They will have oversight of the Little Hall enrichment program; supporting students to successfully transition to university life, achieve their academic potential and make informed decisions about career paths and further study. The objective will be to make residency at Little Hall a highly enriching and developmental experience for students, both personally and academically.

The appointee will possess a strong background in leadership and the educational qualifications and experience appropriate for leading an exciting residential scholarly community. Critical is their capacity to develop the enrichment program and set the overall learning culture of the Hall.

Please do not apply via the University website. For further information, please contact Dr Rohan Carr or Ms Emily Witts at The Insight Group, the consultants assisting the University with this recruitment program, by phone +61 3 9654 3288 or email Applications should be forwarded to

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