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Manager - Teaching Revenue

University of New South Wales - Sydney, NSW

Source: uWorkin


Job no: 501115
Work type: Full-time
Location: Sydney, NSW
Categories: Finance
  • FTC
  • Level 10 TRP
  • 10-month parental leave


The Manager Teaching Revenue is the primary financial contact point for teaching revenue (c$1.2b) and works in partnership with UNSW Planning & Performance (UPP) to provide analytical insights on student load and teaching revenue performance and with Group Financial Control (GFC) to provide controllership around the University’s teaching revenue income streams. The position delivers accurate and timely reporting on teaching revenue to key stakeholders including the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic (DVCA), Faculty Leadership, Senior Management in Finance and the Management Board to support the financial planning and management decisions of the University in relation to teaching revenue.


This position reports to the Manager, Management Reporting and Analysis (Central Reporting). The position has the following direct report: Senior Teaching Revenue Analyst.


Service Delivery

  • Provide leadership on Teaching Revenue financial management and lead staff to deliver at a standard of excellence and be accountable for the Teaching Revenue financial processes.
  • Be the central knowledge point in explaining the University’s teaching revenue financial performance from both a Management Accounting and Financial Accounting perspective.
  • Facilitate, drive and be accountable for the Preliminary Financial View, the Financial Plan and the Triennium Forecast for Teaching Revenue.
  • Ensure that the student load and teaching revenue actual and forward outlook information is timely, relevant, reliable and in-line with the modelling undertaken by UPP. Also, the student load (EFTSL) and revenue data in the General Ledger (NSF) and Management Information System (Calumo) is maintained consistently.
  • Work in conjunction with the UPP team to ensure the underlying assumptions in the StuPlan System is relevant and accurate and the drivers of forward projections are clearly articulated.
  • Provide comprehensive insights around teaching revenue data, and partner with the Finance Business Partners to understand shifts in student behaviour and demand.
  • Support the DVCA, Finance & Faculty Leadership of UNSW to understand and explain the teaching revenue performance to the Vice-Chancellor.
  • Proactively identify teaching revenue risks and opportunities, raise compliance breaches and issues with the management as soon as they become apparent.
  • Actively seek opportunities to increase the knowledge of UNSW teaching revenue amongst the wider finance community and the faculties. Embraces Diversity – Values individual differences and contributions of all people and promotes inclusion. Displays Respect – Treats others with dignity and empathy. Communicates with integrity and openness.

Service Improvement

  • Develop and monitor the data captured in Calumo meets the evolving and dynamic requirements of the University.
  • Work collaboratively with the UPP to develop and implement strategies to minimise data errors and maximise opportunities to align with best practice.
  • Continuously monitor the tools available to the faculties for student load and revenue analysis.
  • Proactively ascertain opportunities to improve accuracy and efficiency of Financial Planning and Triennium Forecast processes.

Stakeholder Management

  • Work in partnership with UPP, Faculty and Finance Leadership to ensure availability of quality student load and teaching revenue both actuals and forward outlook information to support decision making for the business.
  • Build and facilitate strong working relationships and a culture of open communication with relevant stakeholders across the University and University Sector to ensure finance needs are understood and expectations are both managed and met.
  • Undertake special projects or any other relevant duties as directed by the Manager Management Reporting and Analysis (Central Reporting).
  • Leverage relationships and forums across the University to keep abreast of developing financial trends and issues. People Management
  • Lead, assist, and mentor direct reports to continuously develop capability, optimise staff engagement, motivation and productivity and maintain a customer-centric culture of continuous improvement.


Level 10

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in accounting and CPA/CA qualifications (or similar) with significant post qualification experience.
  • Demonstrated management reporting, forecasting and budgeting experience in large, complex, multi-faceted organisation.
  • Ability to analyse, interpret and integrate complex data and provide strategic direction and analysis to senior management together with proven ability to provide effective financial advice on strategic planning.
  • Self-motivation and a personal drive to succeed combined with intellectual curiosity and a history of demonstrable continuous improvement.
  • Excellent attention to detail and an ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines.
  • A demonstrated ability to both lead and work effectively as part of a senior finance team with strong interpersonal and negotiation skills.
  • Sound knowledge of computer applications, reporting tools and in particular, a high level of proficiency in Microsoft Excel

To Apply: Please submit your CV & Cover Letter (addressing the selection criteria section is not mandatory for this position)

Applications sent to the email address will not be considered.

Corrie Buchanan
Talent Acquisition Consultant
E: corrie.buchanan@unsw.edu.au

Applications Close: Sunday the 14th of February 2020 at 11.55PM

UNSW aspires to be the exemplar Australian university and employer of choice for people from diverse backgrounds. UNSW aims to ensure equality in recruitment, development, retention and promotion of staff, and that no-one is disadvantaged on the basis of their gender, cultural background, disability, sexual orientation or identity. We encourage everyone who meets the selection criteria to apply.

Position Description

Advertised: 03 Feb 2021 AUS Eastern Daylight Time
Applications close: 14 Feb 2021 AUS Eastern Daylight Time