NMIT Chief Executive resigns

NMIT Chief Executive resigns

Liam Sloan, Chief Executive of Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology Ltd (NMIT) has announced his resignation.
Liam Sloan CE
Liam Sloan Chief Executive NMIT

Mr Sloan has accepted a role at Federation University, Melbourne, as Chief Executive Technical and Further Education (TAFE) and Pro Vice Chancellor, Education and Training. His last day with NMIT will be on 28 August.

Liam Sloan has been Chief Executive of NMIT for two years and prior to that he was a member of the leadership team at NMIT.

During his time as Chief Executive, Liam has provided strong and robust leadership at a time of significant challenge for the tertiary sector. Throughout the Reform of Vocational Education (RoVE) process, Liam presented the NMIT case strongly and he consistently positioned our Institute as a leader in the sector. Liam also pursued, and concluded, a number of partnership arrangements for NMIT that have positioned the Institute well for the future. These arrangements include the relationship with the Bragato Research Institute and the Mahitahi Colab,” said Daryl Wehner Chair of the NMIT Board.

Liam has built a cohesive and productive team culture at NMIT during his time at the helm and we know that his open and transparent management style was welcomed by Team NMIT,” concluded Wehner.

NMIT will announce details regarding the process for appointment of an interim CEO and the recruitment process for Liam’s successor once confirmed.

The Board will be making these two decisions a priority.

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