AIM's Management Team is made up of a wealth of experience from across music, entertainment, performing arts, education and business credentialled individuals, who are passionate and committed to the vision and mission of AIM. The AIM Management Team ensures that students receive the best possible education, through high calibre teaching staff, professional ever developing facilities, and seamless administration.
Chief Executive Officer
PROFESSOR MARGARET NOBLE
Professor Margaret Noble is CEO of the Australian Institute of Music (AIM), Australia’s largest music school.
An experienced academic, Professor Noble has more than 23 years in senior executive roles across the Higher Education sector in the UK, New Zealand and Australia. Her previous academic roles have included CEO of Waiariki Institute of Technology in New Zealand and Principal and Chief Executive of the University College of Plymouth St Mark and St John (now the University of St Mark and St John), Pro Vice Chancellor (Learning and Quality) for at the University of Greenwich and Director of Lifelong Learning at Teesside University in the United Kingdom. She joins AIM from the University of Tasmania, where she held the role of Pro Vice Chancellor (Academic Quality and Schools Engagement). Prof Noble is also a keen amateur violinist, having played with regional and community orchestras in NZ, Tasmania and the UK.
Executive Dean, Academic Affairs
DR ALISTAIR NOBLE
Dr Alistair Noble began his life in music as a pianist, studying with Isobel Grigor, Alan Jenkins, and Larry Sitsky. A subsequent interest in the work of Winifred Burston (a remarkable Australian pianist who had studied with Busoni in Berlin) led to a Masters Degree in musicology, based upon extensive archival research. Alongside this historical research, Alistair found that music analysis is a way to bring together many of his diverse interests in composition, performance, and critique of music. A PhD in this field, completed at the Australian National University, presented groundbreaking work on the music of American composer Morton Feldman.
Previously Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Social Sciences at The Australian National University, Alistair has been part of the Academic team at AIM since 2016
Director of Human Resources
Jess has enjoyed a successful career in contemporary Human Resources practice, spanning both the Higher Education and Vocational Education & Training sectors.
She understands that a company’s workforce is a source of competitive advantage and that organisational health is paramount for long-term sustainable success. Her passion lies in partnering with all levels of an organisation in order to build value, as well as enhance the employee experience.
Her role sits within the Executive Leadership team and focuses on evolving AIM’s culture, leadership and change capability, to ensure that we are equipped to drive the Institute forward and shape our future.
Head of Marketing and Recruitment
Coming to AIM with a depth of tertiary and not-for-profit marketing and recruitment management experience, Paul brings a big picture, global perspective to enhancing the student journey. Technology and innovation management was Paul’s focus for 15 years prior to his education career, and has a vision to continue to transform student experience, integrating best practice technology into our students’ daily life. Paul’s depth of senior sales, marketing and communications management in Education and ICT also includes governance around insights driven brand, digital communication, media promotion, corporate affairs, events, stakeholder engagement and government relations.
Operations and Technology
John has over 25 years experience in the IT field domestically and globally.
He has also previously worked at many education institutes such as Laureate Australia, Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School and TAFE where he has focused heavily on implementing new technologies within the classroom in order to achieve the best educational outcomes, both for students and teachers.