Jobs | Chief Financial Officer

  • Key leadership role in the University of Divinity
  • Direct involvement in driving the vision, mission and strategy
  • Support the commercial objectives of eleven Colleges

The University of Divinity promotes the highest standards of scholarship in theology, philosophy and ministry. It promotes a vision across its learning community to address the issues of the contemporary world. With a long history of pursuing and achieving its goals, the University is dedicated to educational excellence in learning, teaching and research. The University is constituted by eleven Colleges which are supported by a wide range of churches and religious orders that together resource the University as a whole.

Reporting to the Vice-Chancellor, the appointee’s primary purpose is to provide strategic and operational support to the Vice-Chancellor and University Council in the areas of finance and risk management.  The CFO will be responsible for financial reporting, annual budgets, business planning, risk management and associated policies, and will also serve as a member of the Finance & Investment Committee and the Risk Management & Audit Committee.

You are CA/CPA qualified, driven, passionate and an energetic leader with exceptional communication skills.  With a highly collaborative approach, you are strategic and commercially astute.  Your ‘can-do’ attitude will see you thrive in a values-driven environment with a resolute commitment to its vision, mission and strategy.  A natural leader with a deep respect for the mission, you can build deep rapport with the eleven Colleges, balancing educational outcomes with the commercial imperatives of an esteemed educational institution in an increasingly competitive environment.

For more information, please contact Tony Citera at SHK Asia Pacific on +61 3 8620 8036 or apply online quoting reference JO-1802-26379.  Direct and third-party applications will be forwarded to SHK Asia Pacific.


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