CEO - ICT & Creative Group

  • Auckland

ACG Education

Our ICT & Creative Group is part of ACG Education, New Zealand’s leading independent education provider. We educate over 17,000 students each year in preschools, schools, university pathway programmes and vocational colleges at 50 campuses across three countries.

ICT & Creative Group is a multi-brand cluster of career education colleges, operating in the creative / technology sector across seven campuses in Auckland, Manukau, Rotorua, Wellington and Christchurch. This group includes Yoobee School of Design, Animation College, AMES IT and South Seas Film & Television School. All of these providers are Category 1 - NZQA’s highest possible ranking.

Yoobee, the largest specialised digital design school in the country, and Animation College, New Zealand’s specialist provider offering degrees and diplomas in both
2D and 3D character animation, have both been named amongst the 2018 Top 100 International Animation Schools.

ACG is seeking to appoint an experienced CEO to lead the ICT & Creative Group. With a passion for, and experience in, technology and design, the successful appointee will be forward-thinking with a demonstrated track record of turning strategy into action. This individual will have strong commercial acumen and the leadership skills to develop and further grow this group.

The CEO should also have the ability to proactively identify, evaluate and implement new initiatives that contribute to high quality programmes, successful student outcomes and strategic growth. Experience in, and an understanding of, education would be advantageous.

Applications for this role close on Wednesday, 28 February 2018.

All responses to Caldwell Partners are confidential. Enquiries can be made to Barbara Taylor at enquiriesnz@caldwellpartners.com. All applications will be acknowledged by email.

Phone: +64 9 306 6638
www.caldwellpartners.com

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