Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous)
- Strategic leadership position across portfolios and faculties
- Enhance Indigenous engagement, education and research
- Engage and advocate widely in representing Monash on Indigenous matters
Monash University seeks an outstanding individual to provide leadership as Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous) (PVCI). The position will play a significant role in driving the University’s achievement of its Impact 2030 goals to enhance the visibility and impact of the University’s Indigenous engagement, education, research and employment.
Reporting to, and working closely with, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) and Senior Vice-President, the PVCI will be responsible for leading institutional policy, strategy, advice and external engagement in relation to Indigenous matters. Working in collaboration with the William Cooper Institute, this role leads engagement with internal and external stakeholders on Indigenous priorities and matters, working to establish and strengthen partnerships and engagement across the University.
With a high-quality academic track record and scholarly reputation, the ideal candidate will be a collegiate leader with outstanding communication and influencing skills, able to foster relationships with diverse stakeholder groups, and in particular with Indigenous communities, government and industry. With a well-developed understanding of higher education and its interface with government, policy and business contexts, the PVCI will be able to provide expert advice and leadership at a senior level. An entrepreneurial mindset and the ability to apply strategy to implement sustainable change and create opportunity will be key to success.
This is an Identified position and is open to Indigenous Australians in line with Special Measure Provision, Section 12 (1) of the Equal Opportunity Act 2011 (Vic).
For further details, please view the prospectus here.
With around 86,000 students from over 160 countries, Monash is Australia’s largest university. A leading member of the Group of Eight, it is committed to the highest quality in teaching, learning, research and a wide range of professional and community activities. Monash believes in the value of free and rational inquiry, and in the pursuit of knowledge as a key to understanding and improvement of the human condition. Monash students and its graduates are spirited and ready to take the initiative – they are self-reliant, egalitarian, contemporary and international in perspective.
For more information about the University visit: monash.edu.
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