Nottingham Trent University is seeking a director of digital technologies to help deliver "world-class" information and digital services based on student and staff needs.
The new director will report to the chief operating officer and registrar, and will be tasked with championing and delivering a transformational vision for digital information systems and technology.
"The role requires an exceptional and visionary technology leader with an outstanding record of achievement in a highly complex, multi-faceted organisation," said the job ad.
"With an embedded customer-first ethic you will be able to enthuse and convince many stakeholders with disparate requirements."
The university said that the director will bring a strong strategic perspective to the role and drive service-related operational improvements across the university.
Higher education experience isn't essential but "empathy and appreciation of the challenges and drivers of a sector undergoing substantial market-driven change" would be useful.
"You will champion and deliver, through a large centralised team, a transformational vision for digital information systems and technology," it added.
Applications close on 8 June. Details of pay are not revealed.
The rise of senior digital executives in organisations all of types has been growing for some time, particularly around the chief digital officer, as the need to modernise business processes is seen as crucial to the future of operations.
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