Vice-Chancellor

The Vice-Chancellor leads the University and determines its overall direction in consultation with the Senate, SEG and Academic Board.

The Vice-Chancellor also plays a major role in nurturing and sustaining the University’s relationships with its many key external stakeholder groups, including alumni, donors, local, state and federal governments, and leaders in business, industry and the professions.

The Vice-Chancellor is the line manager of all Deputy Vice-Chancellors, the Office of General Counsel, and the Directors of Human Resources, Financial Services, Information and Communication Technologies, and Campus Infrastructure and Services, Strategic Planning, Government Relations and Policy Analysis and Communications.

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Office of the Vice-Chancellor & Principal

Provides support to the Vice-Chancellor in carrying out his statutory and customary duties and who take responsibility for a number of specific areas of activity assigned by tradition or regulation to the Vice-Chancellor.

Level 2
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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Alumni and Events Office

Provides a range of initiatives by building life-long partnerships between the University and its more than 225,000 living alumni based in Australia and abroad.

Level 6
Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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The Events Office provides  professional expertise and support in the areas of concept development, event management, protocols, marketing and publicity, and evaluation of the event. Level 6
Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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Sydney Ideas is a public lecture series featuring leading international and national thinkers, academics and writers on topics as diverse as censorship and water ownership.

Level 6
Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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Campus Infrastructure and Services Refer to the Campus Infrastructure and Services page

Development Provides a University-wide approach to donor relations and identify philanthropic opportunities both within individual areas and, increasingly, across a number of different areas of the University. Level 6
Jane Foss Russell Bldg (G02)
City Road
Darlington Campus
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Advancement Services supports the effectiveness of the University's alumni and fundraising programs by maintaining an accurate database of more than 225,000 alumni, donors and friends. Level 6
Jane Foss Russell Bldg (G02)
City Road
Darlington Campus
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Financial Services Refer to the Financial Services page

General Counsel Refer to the Office of General Counsel page

Higher Education and Government Relations

Assists with the University's policy development processes and enhances levels of communication about external and internal policy matters.

Manages the University's strategic relationships with all levels of Government, agencies and other related bodies.

Level 4 
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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Human Resources (SydneyPeople) Refer to the Human Resources page

Information and Communication Technology Refer to the Information and Communication Technology page

Policy Analysis and Communication

Office of Policy Analysis and Communication

Provide advice to members of the University's senior management team and staff on developments in the external policy environment, coordinates policy input to government,

Level 4 
The Quadrangle (A14)
Camperdown Campus
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