- Strategic opportunity, partnering with key senior stakeholders
- A dynamic workplace that values and recognises the diversity of skills and experiences
- Key leadership role
The Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) is Australia’s independent national
quality assurance and regulatory agency for higher education. TEQSA’s role is to ensure that all higher
education providers meet set quality standards so that the interests of students and the reputation
of Australia’s higher education sector are promoted and protected.
TEQSA is seeking a passionate and experienced professional to contribute to the success of the higher education sector.
Reporting to, and working closely with, the CEO, the Executive Director is a key member of the Executive Leadership Team and assists in advising the TEQSA Commission on a range of strategic regulatory matters, and in representing TEQSA to a range for external stakeholders.
The Executive Director, Regulatory Operations will build and lead an outstanding team of professionals across Regulatory Operations and will be responsible for delivering TEQSA’s core priority of undertaking regulatory assessments and compliance assessments and investigations.
With relevant tertiary qualification and experience (preferably in the higher education sector), the ideal candidate will have demonstrated strong leadership qualities and the ability to drive efficiency and effectiveness in an operational environment. In addition, they will be a strategic thinker with a focus on achieving results and will also need excellent people management skills to nurture both internal and external relationships.
Why work with TEQSA?
TEQSA values workplace diversity and is committed to providing a supportive, inclusive, and respectful work environment. TEQSA welcomes people with diverse skills, experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds, and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, people with disabilities, people that identify as LGBTIQ+, and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
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Thursday, 11 November 2021