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Job Summary

AUT has a 100 plus year history in the New Zealand market and we are known as the University for the Changing World. We are ranked in the top 300 Universities in the World with over 25,000 students, supported by over 2,500 staff across 5 Faculties and 5 Directorates on 3 Campuses.

The Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies (DCT) is the largest of these Faculties with over 6000 students and 450 staff. DCT is a Faculty which thrives on innovation. It is the collaboration between Communication Studies, Art and Design, Engineering, Computer & Mathematical Sciences and Creative Technologies.

We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Lecturer International Development, reporting to the Director of Engagement. In this role, you will develop an international strategy roadmap and identify potential international partnerships that will be mutually beneficial. You will foster key relationships with national and international stakeholders to influence and deliver on... business objectives. You will represent and uphold the university brand and reputation on a global scale.

The successful applicant will possess the following experience and skills:
• A PhD relevant to the area of teaching and International Development
• Experience with curriculum development
• Experience writing and developing strategic plans
• Experience identifying opportunities locally and internationally
• Demonstrable experience developing international partnerships with universities, industry and government organisations
• Experience writing MoU's and partnership agreements
• External relationship building, with commercial negotiation experience
• Demonstrated skills and experience in relationship building and cultural competency

Our culture here at AUT is more of a community and there is real purpose and meaning underpinning what we do. The complexity of our environment will expose you to unique opportunities and challenges
Auckland New Zealand


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