|Posting||Head and Dean, School of Education and Professional Studies|
|Job Employer||Griffith University|
|Location||CBD & Inner Suburbs|
|Salary||Competitive Salary Pac000age|
|Job posted||May 29, 2022|
|Job Sector||Management – Universities|
Make it matter.
Ranked in the top 2% of universities world-wide, Griffith is well known for our values, outstanding student experience, high impact research, commitment to social justice and a welcoming environment which values excellence, equity, diversity, and innovation. As Griffith approaches our 50th anniversary in 2025, we remain steadfast in being a leading university of influence and impact.
Griffith’s Arts, Education and Law Group is the largest and most diverse academic group in the University, encompassing creative and performing arts, law, education, criminology, social science and humanities, and has presence across all six campuses. Focusing on developing programs to prepare students for a changing world, it is also an environment where research can flourish, and our academic community can undertake outstanding scholarship research that makes a major contribution to society.
The School of Education and Professional Studies is ranked in the top 150 of similar schools worldwide and our graduates have employment success such that one in five teachers working in Queensland graduated from Griffith University. The School is also home to the Autism Centre of Excellence and additionally, is aligned with the Griffith Institute for Educational Research that provides research leadership to professions facing complex educational challenges.
Reporting to the Dean Academic (Arts, Education and Law), the Dean and Head of School Education and Professional Studies position is a key leadership role within the University, ultimately responsible for the achievement of high-quality outcomes in all activities in the School. Application of your quality leadership and management proficiencies will advance the School’s vision and direction, particularly its commitment to quality, achievement and distinctiveness.
To be successful in this role you will be a PhD qualified innovative leader with a clear vision and strategic focus, who can promote, enhance and expand the School’s eminent profile and reputation across Queensland and Australia.
If you are seeking a new challenge and a leadership role where you can make an impact, then we would like to hear from you.
For confidential enquiries and to apply, please contact Dr Rohan Carr by phone +61 3 9654 3288 or [email protected] or Ms Emily Witts by phone +61 3 9654 3288 or [email protected]. Applications will close on 31 May 2022 and all applications must be submitted via The Insight Group.
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