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Corporate governance & risk
The Corporate Governance and Risk Office manages the corporate and academic governance functions of the University. It provides procedural and governance advice, and secretariat support to Council, all Council committees, and the Academic Board and its committees.
The Director – and Secretary to Council – is the principal procedural and governance advisor to the Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor and members of Council, and oversees management of the governance frameworks of the University, covering subordinate legislation, policy and delegations of authority.
The Director is also the Chief Audit Executive of the University and oversees management of the enterprise risk management framework, fraud control framework and internal audit program on behalf of Council and its Audit and Risk Management Committee.
The Director reports directly to the Chancellor and the Vice-Chancellor.