Paul Duldig is leaving the University of Melbourne, where he has charge of the vast university services portfolio (1600 people, nine operating areas). Mr Duldig joined the UniMelb in 2014 to take on the then new service function, after 12 years at the University of Adelaide.
Neil Robinson, deputy head of university services and registrar will act while the university, “reviews and considers the best approach for this role.” He will report to CFO Allan Tait.
According to new VC Duncan Maskell, “Paul has led with a clear set of values which have been instrumental in creating the collaborative and innovative culture of University Services in support of the university’s academic mission.”
Mr Dullig says he will “take a break and then explore my next opportunity.”