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Massey University - CIO
Transform IT capability at New Zealand’s defining university
With a distinctive mix of campus-based, distance and international teaching, and a proud 80-year tradition of academic excellence, Massey University is committed to innovation. The university boasts nearly 18,000 students enrolled on three main campuses in New Zealand, and approximately 17,000 national and worldwide distance learning (extramural) students. Its forward-thinking spirit, research-led teaching, and cutting-edge discoveries make Massey New Zealand’s defining university. Tiriti-led, Massey is upholding Tiriti o Waitangi principles through the University’s practice.
About the role
The Chief Information Officer (CIO) leads an enthusiastic team of 170 FTE staff to deliver IT capabilities at Massey, improving experiences for both students and staff.
The CIO is responsible for the information, analytical, and data integrity services for all IT functions of the University. The CIO enables the business to achieve its strategies by providing a broad range of information and digital solutions and services.
The CIO is a transformation leader responsible for:
• instilling a culture of digital innovation;
• understanding emerging trends in the education industry;
• assessing emerging traditional and non-traditional competitive threats from technology-oriented education models;
• creating a technology centric brand image of Massey;
• cultivating IT/business partnerships;
• studying market trends/customer needs to identify opportunities for value creation;
• identifying opportunities for competitive differentiation and advantage; and
• designing an open, agile, student and business-engaged service to create efficiencies and new value from digital initiative.
The right candidate
The next CIO will enable the delivery of robust systems to support the success of staff and students by applying technology to core business problems and opportunities. Ideally with experience in higher education, or in a similar complex and scaled environment, the CIO be able to run a complex, scaled and multi-site IT operation.
The CIO will be agile and able to lead transformative change in cultural orientation. A business strategist, the CIO will create a digital vision and initiate IT change and transformation, taking advantage of digital opportunities to innovate business models and enable the digitalisation Massey’s business.
The CIO will be a capability developer, instrumental in building an inclusive and customer centric culture and mindset in the IT service and creating a greater sense of shared purpose, connectedness and cohesion among the staff.
How to Apply?
To learn more and to apply
A candidate booklet is also available. All enquiries and applications are to be directed to the search firm assisting the university in this appointment, and may be contacted via MasseyCIO@desailly.com.au
Contact Name: Dr Rosalind De Sailly
Contact Email: MasseyCIO@desailly.com.au
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