Our Vice-Chancellor’s Executive is a key advisory committee to the Vice-Chancellor on all matters relating to the management of the University and on the setting of strategic directions and the development of policy.
The Vice-Chancellor’s Executive provides advice to the Vice-Chancellor on the following matters:
- the management of the University
- the relevance, implementation and modification of existing policies and strategies, and on the development of new ones considered desirable
- the development and review of strategic and operational planning through the review of plans, and negotiation of planning outcomes
- institutional performance in all areas of its operation
- the development of the University’s budget methodology and budget allocation
- the academic and infrastructure planning and development of the University
- the assurance of regulatory compliance and ethical accountability for the institution
- reports containing recommendations and advice from its standing committees
- the continued development of University-wide communication and cooperation
- other strategic matters referred to the Committee by members.
Further information is available on the roles and functions of the Vice-Chancellor's Executive .
The membership of the Vice-Chancellor's Executive includes:
- Vice-Chancellor (Chairperson)
- Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Enterprise Services)
- Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation)
- Chief Financial Officer
- Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education)
- Executive Dean, Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts
- Executive Dean, Faculty of Health, Engineering and Sciences
- Head (Students and Communities)
There are a number of management committees established to assist with portfolio responsibilities. These are:
- University Safety Committee
- ICT Strategy Board
- Social Justice Strategy Board
- Education Management Committee
- Markets and Partners Management Committee
The Vice-Chancellor's Executive meets every two weeks at specific dates and times as outlined in the University Meeting Schedule (PDF 304KB).