Associate Dean (Community), ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science

The College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) is seeking to appoint an Associate Dean (Community), providing leadership to the College in the development of an open and inclusive community.

The Associate Dean (Community) will work with the College executive to advance the objectives embodied in the Colleges Strategic Intent 2019 - 2025. The College is a dynamic environment that is committed to creating a better future through engagement with students, industry and government; whilst also seeking people who also share such values.

Candidates will be considered regardless of their background and sector of experience; with an emphasis placed on experiences collected and future intentions. A diverse set of expertise is also valued. The role will be critical in building a vibrant and extended community of allies, supporters and champions. The role will permit possibilities for new ways of working and engaging more generally. You will have a genuine interest in fostering an inclusive culture and inspiring of best practice to build a strong community in line with the goals of the College and the University.

The Associate Dean (Community) will engage broadly within and beyond the University to lead and foster a culture of inclusion and implement outreach initiatives (with the support of a skilled team of professional staff). Our environment will allow students to thrive as we target demographic representational parity in admissions and hiring, along with a commitment to diversity and ongoing acknowledgment of the special relationship with the traditional owners of the land on which our University is situated.

 

Applications close: 8 August 2021, Midnight AEST
 

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Audience

Public

Network

ANU

Date posted

Thursday, 29 July 2021

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