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Chief Executive » The Rocks, Sydney - UNICEF works to build a better world for every child, every day. A world where every child has the chance to fulfil their potential and grow up healthy and safe. UNICEF has more than 13,000 people working for children in more than 190 countries responding to emergencies and building long-term resilience. We save children’s lives with vaccines, clean water, and therapeutic food. We protect children from violence, exploitation, and abuse. We support quality education that empowers children. And we seek to create a safe and sustainable world where children can live, learn, and grow. UNICEF operates the world’s largest humanitarian response for children. Reaching children whenever and wherever they need us most. We advise governments, influence businesses, and lobby leaders to create lasting change for children. The UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK) is a registered charity that raises funds for UNICEF’s work for children around the world and advocates for lasting change for children worldwide. We uphold the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and work with partners and supporters to promote children’s voices, unlock resources for children, and advocate for and create change. We have delivered programmes for children in the UK for more than 25 years and reach around 2.5 million children each year through our Baby Friendly Initiative, Rights Respecting Schools Award, and Child Friendly Cities and Communities programmes. We are now seeking an outstanding leader to join us as our new Chief Executive. We have come a long way in the last few years, and this is an exciting moment in our organisation’s development to join us. You will lead our ambitious strategic plan for 2023-2026 as well as playing a critical role building and delivering our next strategy. We are proud of our talented and values driven team of colleagues and are seeking a new Chief Executive that will share those values (Our Shared Commitment), providing inspirational leadership internally and supported by a dynamic Executive Team and committed Board of Trustees. You will also provide strong representation with the international UNICEF movement, with policy makers, the media, opinion formers, supporters and the public. You are likely to have experience as the chief executive or senior leader within a large UK charity or humanitarian organisation that operates at scale. To succeed, it is essential that you have the capability and diplomatic approach to thrive in the complex and unique environment of leading a charity that is also part of a global organisation. If this all sounds like you and you would relish the challenge of leading us through our next chapter of significant growth in income, influence and impact, then we would love to hear from you. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarAdvance Global Professionals Inc.
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Chief Executive Officer » Margaret River, Margaret River Area - We are looking for an experienced, innovative, and inclusive Chief Executive Officer to lead the organisation into an exciting future. The Shire of Augusta Margaret River is a rapidly growing area and will likely see the population almost double to over 30,000 people by 2036. The area is known as the top tourist and holiday destination in WA, for its world class surfing and coastline, as one of the premium wine regions in Australia, a thriving agricultural and dairy sector, and the home for nature lovers and bush walkers. The area is rich in Aboriginal culture and early settler history. Description The successful candidate will have a passion for community engagement and collaboration, along with a strong understanding of social, environmental, and economic issues. Key Responsibilities: Provide strategic leadership to the organization, guiding the development and implementation of policies and initiatives that align with the vision and values. Continue to establish a high-performing executive and management team dedicated to actively engaging with the community. Foster collaboration and partnership with stakeholders, including Council, community organisations, businesses, and residents, to address local challenges and opportunities. Oversight of sustainable planning and urban design, with an emphasis on genuine community engagement. Oversee the management of resources, including budgeting, financial planning, and human capital, to ensure effective and efficient operations. Champion initiatives that promote social equity, environmental sustainability, and economic growth within the region. Uphold the highest standards of integrity, transparency, and accountability in all aspects of the Shires activities. Profile To be successful in the role the Shire of Augusta Margaret River is looking for: Previous executive level experience in Local, State or Federal Government or a not-for-profit organisation. Highly developed strategic thinking, conceptual and analytical skills with a strong focus on values-based organisation performance. A proven record of positive organisational change management and cultural transformation. Experience in constructively and proactively engaging with diverse communities. Experience and knowledge to drive continuous improvement and achieve outstanding frontline services. Contemporary skills and experience in the management of physical and financial resources, budgets and other assets. Job Offer The Shire offers modern offices with a friendly and welcoming environment in which to operate. There is a positive and supportive culture with a constant emphasis on continuous improvement. The Shire is a vibrant workplace with the values of 'Respect, Integrity, Community and Excellence' at the heart of everything they do. This role offers the opportunity to make a tangible impact on the future of the region whilst being part of a community that offers an unparalleled lifestyle, meaningful work, and endless opportunities for growth and fulfilment. The CEO role is offered on an initial 5-year term with a Total Reward Package consistent with SAT Band 2: $219,071 - $340,778. Application Process If you are a dynamic leader with a passion for making a difference in your community, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Applications must include a Cover Letter addressing the Position Requirements detailed in the Position Description, along with a Resume. To access further information on the role and position description please visit www.armshire.wa.gov.au Direct queries and applications to Jodie Choyce at Page Executive by clicking 'Apply' (ensure cover letter and resume are saved into one document) or by email Jodie Choyce can be contacted on 0410 426 517 . Email applications must have the subject line 'CEO AMR Shire Application'. The closing date for applications is Friday, 15 March 2024 at 4.00pm. Canvasing of elected Augusta Margaret River Shire members will result in disqualification of application. To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Jodie Choyce on 61 8 9215 9563 Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Thinking about a career as a Chief Executive Officer? Explore job and salary trends, in-demand skills and role reviews. J-18808-Ljbffr • Wed, 06 MarPage Personnel Recruitment
Chief Executive Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Apply now Job no: 492799 Work type: full-time Location: Canberra Categories: Chief Executive Officer Chief Executive Officer Exceptional leadership opportunity within the maritime industry Key national and international representational responsibilities Regulatory operating environment. About AMSA The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is Australia’s national maritime safety regulator. We are responsible for the maritime safety of international shipping and domestic commercial vessels, protection of the marine environment from ship-sourced pollution, and search and rescue services, for maritime and aviation, nationally. Our operating environment is demanding and complex, involving diverse national and international stakeholders and operations, with a regulatory context. The opportunity AMSA is seeking a dynamic and contemporary leader to advance our vision of ‘ safe and clean seas, saving lives’ as our Chief Executive Officer. With outstanding leadership and proven CEO or senior executive experience, our next CEO will drive AMSA’s strategic direction. Reporting to the AMSA Board, the CEO is expected to deliver strong business, governance, and operational performance, ensure finance sustainability, and embrace and adopt innovation and new technologies—all within a complex, regulatory operating environment. Leveraging exceptional stakeholder management, you will represent AMSA nationally and internationally. You will play a crucial role in shaping and upholding Australia’s maritime obligations and leadership across maritime safety, search and rescue, environmental protection and response, seafarer welfare, and workforce diversity and inclusion. You'll inspire and lead a dedicated team, fostering diversity and inclusivity, and cultivating a culture that embodies our values. Key responsibilities As CEO and a member of the AMSA Board the position has the following key responsibilities: Work with the Board to set the strategic direction and focus of AMSA Be accountable for achieving the outcomes of AMSA’s Corporate Plan through the efficient day-to-day management of AMSA, consistent with all legislative requirements Develop an effective, mutually trustworthy and supportive relationship between the Board and management Maintain an effective and positive relationship with the Minister and the portfolio department and with State/Territory governments Maintain relationships between AMSA and its major stakeholders Ensure that all AMSA’s statutory and fiduciary obligations are identified and met Ensure that AMSA’s functions are performed in an objective impartial and defensible manner, aspiring to best practice, especially in all service delivery functions Represent AMSA at major forums, both international and national, and seek to optimise Australia’s interests in the outcomes Develop and maintain a highly capable, professional and committed senior management team and ensure a viable succession plan is in place for all key AMSA positions Take personal responsibility for AMSA’s management system, especially health and safety outcomes, workplace culture and ethics Exercise statutory powers in a complex legal environment, including the making of subordinate legislation giving effect to international convention obligations and creating best practice safety regulation Implement the regulations under the Maritime Labour Convention in Australia via supporting legislation which applies to all commercial vessels. Key representational responsibilities Ex-officio member of the Seafarers’ Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Authority. Active leadership role within Australia’s representation at the Council and Assembly meetings of the International Maritime Organization Australian/AMSA Representative at the Asia Pacific Heads of Maritime Safety Agencies Forum AMSA’s representative before Parliamentary Committees AMSA’s representative at all appropriate meetings and events. The CEO is required to operate under the governance and reporting arrangements, and legislative requirements. How to apply Applications close on Sunday 24 March 2024. Derwent Search has been engaged by the AMSA Board to support the recruitment process of the Chief Executive Officer position. To apply and for a copy of the Candidate Information Pack : Please go to www.derwentsearch.com.au and ‘search jobs’. For further enquiries please contact Derwent Search at publicsectorderwentsearch.com.au or call Andrew McEncroe on 0416 018 860. Advertised: 01 Mar 2024 AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications close: 24 Mar 2024 AUS Eastern Daylight Time J-18808-Ljbffr • Wed, 06 MarAustralian Maritime Safety Authority
Chief Executive Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - The key duties of the position include Chief Executive Officer Exceptional leadership opportunity within the maritime industry Key national and international representational responsibilities Regulatory operating environment. About AMSA The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is Australia's national maritime safety regulator. We are responsible for the maritime safety of international shipping and domestic commercial vessels, protection of the marine environment from ship-sourced pollution, and search and rescue services, for maritime and aviation, nationally. Our operating environment is demanding and complex, involving diverse national and international stakeholders and operations, with a regulatory context. The opportunity AMSA is seeking a dynamic and contemporary leader to advance our vision of ' safe and clean seas, saving lives' as our Chief Executive Officer. With outstanding leadership and proven CEO or senior executive experience, our next CEO will drive AMSA's strategic direction. Reporting to the AMSA Board, the CEO is expected to deliver strong business, governance, and operational performance, ensure finance sustainability, and embrace and adopt innovation and new technologies-all within a complex, regulatory operating environment. Leveraging exceptional stakeholder management, you will represent AMSA nationally and internationally. You will play a crucial role in shaping and upholding Australia's maritime obligations and leadership across maritime safety, search and rescue, environmental protection and response, seafarer welfare, and workforce diversity and inclusion. You'll inspire and lead a dedicated team, fostering diversity and inclusivity, and cultivating a culture that embodies our values. Key responsibilities As CEO and a member of the AMSA Board the position has the following key responsibilities: Work with the Board to set the strategic direction and focus of AMSA Be accountable for achieving the outcomes of AMSA's Corporate Plan through the efficient day-to-day management of AMSA, consistent with all legislative requirements Develop an effective, mutually trustworthy and supportive relationship between the Board and management Maintain an effective and positive relationship with the Minister and the portfolio department and with State/Territory governments Maintain relationships between AMSA and its major stakeholders Ensure that all AMSA's statutory and fiduciary obligations are identified and met Ensure that AMSA's functions are performed in an objective impartial and defensible manner, aspiring to best practice, especially in all service delivery functions Represent AMSA at major forums, both international and national, and seek to optimise Australia's interests in the outcomes Develop and maintain a highly capable, professional and committed senior management team and ensure a viable succession plan is in place for all key AMSA positions Take personal responsibility for AMSA's management system, especially health and safety outcomes, workplace culture and ethics Exercise statutory powers in a complex legal environment, including the making of subordinate legislation giving effect to international convention obligations and creating best practice safety regulation Implement the regulations under the Maritime Labour Convention in Australia via supporting legislation which applies to all commercial vessels. Key representational responsibilities Ex-officio member of the Seafarers' Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Authority. Active leadership role within Australia's representation at the Council and Assembly meetings of the International Maritime Organization Australian/AMSA Representative at the Asia Pacific Heads of Maritime Safety Agencies Forum AMSA's representative before Parliamentary Committees AMSA's representative at all appropriate meetings and events. The CEO is required to operate under the governance and reporting arrangements, and legislative requirements. How to apply Applications close on Sunday 24 March 2024. Derwent Search has been engaged by the AMSA Board to support the recruitment process of the Chief Executive Officer position. To apply and for a copy of the Candidate Information Pack : Please go to www.derwentsearch.com.au and 'search jobs'. For further enquiries please contact Derwent Search at publicsectorderwentsearch.com.au or call Andrew McEncroe on 0416 018 860. • Tue, 05 MarAPS
Chief Executive Officer » Dunnstown, Moorabool Area - Extended Families Australia is a not for profit disability support services organisation based in Melbourne, Victoria who have been supporting the needs of vulnerable people across Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula for nearly 50 years. They have a proud history supporting clients and their families to build friendships and connect with their local communities and support services. As they embark on this leadership change, the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will lead and drive the strategic direction and vision of the organisation. You will be responsible for ensuring high quality and innovative service delivery that meets the quality, operational, contractual and financial targets of the organisation. As the CEO your strong commercial business acumen and operational excellence will enable you to lead and direct business development, community engagement and oversee the day-to-day operations of the organisation to achieve optimum outcomes as well as effective use of human resources and business assets. The successful candidate will have an impressive track record at senior leadership level with demonstrated excellence in steering and managing the operations and resources of a similar sized organisation, along with a comprehensive understanding of the disability services sector and the NDIS. You will also have demonstrated strength in financial, operational and culture driven leadership and extensive experience of working directly to a Committee of Management, along with a high-level understanding of corporate governance and have a tertiary qualification in either allied health, human or community services or business. In addition, you will be a values driven leader with a passion for social justice and supporting people and communities to reach their full potential, with the commitment to work collaboratively, whilst empowering, nurturing and mentoring your team to operate and deliver within best practice principles in line with the organisations Vision, Mission and Values. In return you will be rewarded with a competitive base salary and full Not-for-profit salary packaging benefits. To be considered for this opportunity you must meet the above criteria, have Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency status and currently hold or be willing to obtain the relevant clearances and checks that are essential for this role. For a confidential discussion and more information contact Mark Williams on 0450 311272 , for email enquiries and application submissions please forward in Word format to [email protected] Please note that applications will be reviewed as they are received and this role may close when a suitable candidate is appointed, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years' experience do you have as a chief executive officer? Do you have experience working in the not-for-profit sector? Do you have experience working in the disability services sector? Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Thinking about a career as a Chief Executive Officer? Explore job and salary trends, in-demand skills and role reviews. J-18808-Ljbffr • Tue, 05 MarCommunity Consulting Australia

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Chief Executive Officer » Australia - $190,000 per year (tbn) salary packaging Dawn House Women’s Shelter is a beacon of hope and refuge, dedicated to supporting women and children in their journey to safety and empowerment. Located in Darwin, we provide a sanctuary from domestic and family violence through comprehensive support services, including refuge, counselling, and community education. As a feminist organisation, we stand for social justice, dignity, and the rights of women and children to achieve their full potential. We are looking for a visionary Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead our organisation into its next chapter of growth and impact. The Role As the CEO , you will steer Dawn House with strategic vision and compassionate leadership, ensuring the delivery of high-quality services and advocacy for women and children. You will be the vital link between our Governance Board and operations, tasked with implementing strategic objectives, enhancing our service offerings, and fostering a culture of excellence and innovation. This role offers the unique opportunity to impact lives directly, making a tangible difference in the community we serve. Key Responsibilities Implement and drive the strategic plan in alignment with our mission and values, ensuring financial health and operational effectiveness. Lead and expand our service delivery, including refuge, support services, and community education, while promoting sector-wide responses to domestic and family violence. Lead the redevelopment of our purpose-built premises to better serve our clients and staff. Cultivate sustainable revenue streams to support and extend our services. Foster a positive, inclusive workplace culture, championing professional development and team engagement. Serve as a key representative to government bodies, stakeholders, and the media, advocating for policy change and increased awareness of domestic and family violence issues. Who You Are A dynamic leader with a proven track record in executive or senior management roles, ideally within the non-profit or social enterprise sectors. Passionate about social justice, with a deep commitment to supporting vulnerable communities. Strategic and entrepreneurial, with the ability to identify opportunities for growth and innovation. An excellent communicator and advocate, skilled in building relationships with a variety of stakeholders. A holder of relevant tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience in management or leadership. Why Join Us? Joining Dawn House as CEO means becoming part of a dedicated team that makes a real difference. You will enjoy a supportive and collaborative environment, with opportunities to drive significant social change. We offer a competitive remuneration package, reflective of the role's importance and the skills you bring. Apply Now If you are driven to lead with purpose and make a lasting impact, we would love to hear from you. A copy of the Position Description is available here: https://belrosegroup.com.au/jobs-list/ Please direct your enquiries to Bel at The BelRose Group on 0409 002 654 or [email protected] . Applications are to be submitted here: https://belrosegroup.com.au/jobs-list/ Applications close: 11th March 2024 at 5pm Dawn House is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, and people with disabilities. Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Thinking about a career as a Chief Executive Officer? Explore job and salary trends, in-demand skills and role reviews. J-18808-Ljbffr • Tue, 05 MarThe BelRose Group
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Chief Executive Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Exceptional leadership opportunity within the maritime industry Key national and international representational responsibilities Regulatory operating environment. Exceptional leadership opportunity within the maritime industry Key national and international representational responsibilities Regulatory operating environment. About AMSA The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is Australia’s national maritime safety regulator. We are responsible for the maritime safety of international shipping and domestic commercial vessels, protection of the marine environment from ship-sourced pollution, and search and rescue services, for maritime and aviation, nationally. Our operating environment is demanding and complex, involving diverse national and international stakeholders and operations, with a regulatory context. The opportunity AMSA isseeking a dynamic and contemporary leaderto advance our vision of ‘safe and clean seas, saving lives’ as our Chief Executive Officer. With outstanding leadership and proven CEO or senior executive experience, our next CEO will drive AMSA’s strategic direction. Reporting to the AMSA Board, the CEO is expected to deliver strong business, governance, and operational performance, ensure finance sustainability, and embrace and adopt innovation and new technologies—all within a complex, regulatory operating environment. Leveraging exceptional stakeholder management, you will represent AMSA nationally and internationally. You will play a crucial role in shaping and upholding Australia’s maritime obligations and leadership across maritime safety, search and rescue, environmental protection and response, seafarer welfare, and workforce diversity and inclusion. You'll inspire and lead a dedicated team, fostering diversity and inclusivity, and cultivating a culture that embodies our values. Key responsibilities As CEO and a member of the AMSA Board the position has the following key responsibilities: Work with the Board to set the strategic direction and focus of AMSA Be accountable for achieving the outcomes of AMSA’s Corporate Plan through the efficient day-to-day management of AMSA, consistent with all legislative requirements Develop an effective, mutually trustworthy and supportive relationship between the Board and management Maintain an effective and positive relationship with the Minister and the portfolio department and with State/Territory governments Maintain relationships between AMSA and its major stakeholders Ensure that all AMSA’s statutory and fiduciary obligations are identified and met Ensure that AMSA’s functions are performed in an objective impartial and defensible manner, aspiring to best practice, especially in all service delivery functions Represent AMSA at major forums, both international and national, and seek to optimise Australia’s interests in the outcomes Develop and maintain a highly capable, professional and committed senior management team and ensure a viable succession plan is in place for all key AMSA positions Take personal responsibility for AMSA’s management system, especially health and safety outcomes, workplace culture and ethics Exercise statutory powers in a complex legal environment, including the making of subordinate legislation giving effect to international convention obligations and creating best practice safety regulation Implement the regulations under the Maritime Labour Convention in Australia via supporting legislation which applies to all commercial vessels. Key representational responsibilities Ex-officio member of the Seafarers’ Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Authority Active leadership role within Australia’s representation at the Council and Assembly meetings of the International Maritime Organisation Australian/AMSA Representative at the Asia Pacific Heads of Maritime Safety Agencies Forum AMSA’s representative before Parliamentary Committees AMSA’s representative at all appropriate meetings and events. The CEO is required to operate under the governance and reporting arrangements, and legislative requirements. How to apply To apply and for a copy of the candidate information pack, please go to www.derwentsearch.com.au and click on ‘search jobs’. Your application should include a cover letter highlighting your suitability for the role and a resume. For further information, please contact Andrew McEncroe of Derwent Search by email publicsectorderwentsearch.com.au or call 0416 018 860 . Applications close: Sunday 24 March 2024. Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Want to know how much you can earn as a Chief Executive Officer? J-18808-Ljbffr • Mon, 04 MarDerwent Search
Chief Executive Officer » Perth CBD, Perth - CATH, a local charity supporting the homeless and vulnerable across Perth and Kinross, are looking for our next Chief Executive, with the impending retirement of our current postholder. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who wants to make a real difference through their work, who is passionate about what we do and who can see opportunities to do more, work differently and still deliver excellent services. You don’t need to have third sector, charity or social care experience, although that could be an advantage. We are looking for an inclusive, compassionate leader with a track record in service delivery and managing people and finance, with experience of strategic planning as well as creating and delivering opportunities for change and transformation. Well-developed communication and engagement skills are also essential, in creating enthusiasm and support for your vision and plans for the future, with colleagues, volunteers, funding partners including the business community, commissioners and service users. You will be a visible role model for CATH and ensure we have all the right connections and networks in place to be successful, building on our reputation to expand our services and funding routes, whilst remaining aligned to our aims and values. You will also need to be confident in all elements of governance and reporting, to ensure that our Board and our various stakeholders and partners, are kept informed and assured of our progress and our compliance with all legal, statutory and contractual requirements. In return, we offer a salary of £50,024, a contributory pension scheme and other benefits including 31 days annual leave, rising to 36 days after 5 years’ service, Hybrid working is available, and we also offer parking at our office base in Perth Close date - Mon 4th March at 23.59pm To find out more contact Sarah Gracie on 07999 421314 or at sarah.gracieedenscott.com or see our site at edenscott.com/CATH To apply send a CV and supporting statement to sarah.gracieedenscott.com Send me alerts about jobs like this. Please enter your email address to continue setting up an email alert for similar jobs to this one. By entering your email address and clicking apply you will sign up to Jobs4 and agree to our terms and conditions . J-18808-Ljbffr • Sun, 03 MarChurches Action For The Homeless
Chief Executive Officer » Australia - Alice Springs, Alice Springs & Central Australia NT The Gap Youth and Community Centre Aboriginal Corporation Position: Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Position Reports to: Gap Youth and Community Centre Aboriginal Corporation Board Remuneration: 150-165k dependent on experience, 6 weeks annual leave, 17.5% leave loading, superannuation, and option to salary sacrifice. Location: The Gap Youth and Community Centre, 91 – 93 Gap Road, The Gap, Alice Springs NT 0870 Hours: Full-time plus additional overtime as required Eligibility: Indigenous applicants strongly encouraged to apply About the Gap Youth and Community Centre The Gap Youth and Community Centre Aboriginal Corporation (GYCC), a not-for-profit community-based organisation, has been providing assistance and support to at-risk children, young people, their families and their communities in Alice Springs since 1977. As a multi-service organisation funded by Territory and Federal government, Gap provides a range of support programs and activities to assist and empower young people to make positive choices and decisions for their future. For 45 years, the organisation has been providing support and assistance to children and young people based on individual need including assistance with educational engagement, housing and homelessness, vocational training, employment assistance, crime prevention and intervention, information, referral, advocacy, practical assistance, drop-in, and recreational activities. Role Description The purpose of the CEO role is to guide and shape GYCC strategic plan and ensure effective operational management and dynamic growth. The CEO is responsible for setting the strategic goals and objectives of the organization and ensuring that the necessary resources are in place to achieve them. Responsibilities Main Duties Work adaptively and transparently with the Board to develop, implement, and monitor strategic goals to achieve the organisation’s mission. Assist and communicate effectively with the Board to bring informed decisions and support governance and regulatory compliance. Provide detailed reports to the Board on operational, financial and strategic matters routinely. Develop and maintain strategic and collaborative relationships with relevant Ministers, parliamentarians, public servants, youth sector organisations and other key stakeholders. Explore and pursue partnership opportunities with organisations to achieve GYC strategic plan in the best interests of young people. Represent the organisation publicly. Provide visionary and adaptive leadership to grow the organisation in the best interests of young people. Responsible for day-to-day operational aspects of GYC. Lead and manage executive and middle level managers. Have oversight over all financial matters. Adhere to all funding contractual obligations in a timely manner. Meet set KPI’s set by the Board, e.g. financial targets, program success rates or other KPI’s. Require that the CEO’s strategic plans and major operational decisions receive approval from the Board before implementation. Attend all Board meetings, or at a minimum, at a defined number of meetings per year. CEO to report on risk management strategies and issues to the board as aligned with the funding requirements and within GYC handbook. CEO responsible for maintaining an organizational culture of ethics and compliance, with mandatory reporting of any ethical or compliance issues to the Board. Establish a formal feedback mechanism where employees and key stakeholders can provide input about the CEO’s performance to the Board, ensuring a more 360-degree evaluation process. Involve the Board in the process of succession planning for the CEO role, ensuring they have a say in future leadership continuity. Include a stringent conflict of interest policy, requiring the CEO to disclose any potential conflicts to the Board and abstain from related decisions. Work Health and Safety: Take reasonable care for your own health and safety and for the health and safety of others in the workplace. Work in accordance with the GYCC’s Health and Safety Policies, the WHS Act, Regulations and Code of Practices. Ensure reporting of WHS non-conformances or incidents/injuries Values and Behaviours: Conduct all work in line with the organisation’s values of Social Justice. Apply strict confidentiality practices and guidelines to all client information Selection Criteria: Formal qualifications or extensive relevant experience in Management/ Finance/ Community Services/ Human Resources required for the role. Relevant experience in a similar CEO or General Manager role required. Communication: the ability to communicate clearly and concisely, varying communication style depending upon the audience. Attention to detail: Excellent attention to detail and written skills when communicating with others, both internally and externally. Decision-making: Excellent informed decision-making skills and judgement demonstrated. Company representation: Strong demonstration of communication in presenting the company’s vision and strategy effectively and build strong relationships with key stakeholders. Finance management: Strong practical knowledge of managing organisation finances. This includes creating and managing budgets, monitoring performance, and making important financial decisions. They must also ensure that the company is compliant with all legal and regulatory requirements. Long-term goal setting: Clearly demonstrate long-term goal setting on the organisation’s growth and development. This includes identifying and pursuing new opportunities, developing new products and services, and expanding into new markets. Demonstrated understanding and experience in working with Aboriginal children, young people and families within the principles of trauma informed and strengths-based approaches; and demonstrated understanding of factors that may lead to involvement in the Youth Justice system. Demonstrated interpersonal and listening skills together with excellent written and verbal communication skills with a track-record building and maintaining collaborative relationships with a wide range of internal and external clients, partners and stakeholders in an environment requiring cultural sensitivity. Demonstrated ability to work with sensitive information and maintain complete confidentiality. High levels of self-motivation and the ability to use initiative, solve problems, and make informed decisions to organise work priorities Demonstrated experience of working with Aboriginal children, young people and families; and an awareness of the sensitivity to Aboriginal culture, history and knowledge of issues impacting on the lives of Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory. Hold a current NT drivers’ licence, or the ability to obtain. Positive approach to change/adaptability (essential) Ability to speak a local Aboriginal language An awareness of, and sensitivity to Aboriginal culture, history and knowledge of issues impacting on the lives of Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory. Employment with Gap is conditional on the employee providing: NT Working with Children Check (Ochre Card). Satisfactory Criminal History Check. Persons considered for a position with the organisation may be required to undergo a pre-employment medical examination and drug screen to determine fitness to perform nominated duties. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. TO SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Please include a one page cover letter, response to the selection criteria, and provide your current CV with 3 contactable referees. Applications close 11 March 2024 Authorised by: GYCC Board on 29 February 2024 The Gap Youth and Community Centre Aboriginal Corporation Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check? What's your expected annual base salary? Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Want to know how much you can earn as a Chief Executive Officer? J-18808-Ljbffr • Sun, 03 MarGap Youth and Community Centre
Chief Executive Officer » Hillcrest, Burnie Area - Burnie Works is an independent non-profit community organisation that supports long-term change to enable a more vibrant and adaptable community in and around Burnie. Some particular projects extend to the North-West Region or are state-wide. Burnie Works conducts projects and activities that contribute to positive change in the areas of education, employment, justice, children and families, youth and wellbeing. These actions aim to have positive impacts on the lives of individuals and families and build community resilience. Burnie Works activities are place based, tailored to issues and opportunities identified in the community. It operates in close collaboration with community members, community organisations and a wide range of stakeholders. It achieves benefits for the people of Burnie by working with these stakeholders, facilitating and coordinating co-created activities rather than delivering services to the community. For further information on the organisation, please visit www.burnieworks.com.au. An exciting opportunity has emerged for a dynamic individual to step into the role of Chief Executive Officer and lead the operations of Burnie Works. The Chief Executive Officer will support and guide a highly talented team of professionals, actively and creatively manage the operational functions of the organisation and work closely with the Board to contribute to strategic directions and the long-term sustainability of the organisation. The Chief Executive Officer will be responsible for Burnie Works achieving its goals and enabling community benefits through place-based collective impact work. The position guides the team in embedding its community-partnered approach as a fundamental way of working. The successful applicant will demonstrate high-level experience and skills in organisational leadership and the capacity to drive a community-based organisation for ongoing success. The ability to work with a diverse range of stakeholders, fostering collaborative decision-making and enabling community-driven outcomes is also required. This position will suit an innovative and creative leader seeking to combine excellent organisational management with inspiration, influence, engagement and partnership to achieve lasting, positive community outcomes. For a confidential discussion or to request a copy of the position description, please contact Sarah Hingston on 0418 515 677 or Lynne Chapman on 0467 229 445 or jobschapmanexecutive.com.au . To submit an application, please apply online at www.chapmanexecutive.com.au by Wednesday, 20 March 2024. Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. What can I earn as a Chief Executive Officer J-18808-Ljbffr • Sun, 03 MarChapman Executive
Chief Executive Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Exceptional leadership opportunity within the maritime industry Key national and international representational responsibilities Regulatory operating environment. About AMSA The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) is Australia’s national maritime safety regulator. We are responsible for the maritime safety of international shipping and domestic commercial vessels, protection of the marine environment from ship-sourced pollution, and search and rescue services, for maritime and aviation, nationally. Our operating environment is demanding and complex, involving diverse national and international stakeholders and operations, with a regulatory context. The opportunity AMSA is seeking a dynamic and contemporary leader to advance our vision of ‘ safe and clean seas, saving lives’ as our Chief Executive Officer. With outstanding leadership and proven CEO or senior executive experience, our next CEO will drive AMSA’s strategic direction. Reporting to the AMSA Board, the CEO is expected to deliver strong business, governance, and operational performance, ensure finance sustainability, and embrace and adopt innovation and new technologies—all within a complex, regulatory operating environment. Leveraging exceptional stakeholder management, you will represent AMSA nationally and internationally. You will play a crucial role in shaping and upholding Australia’s maritime obligations and leadership across maritime safety, search and rescue, environmental protection and response, seafarer welfare, and workforce diversity and inclusion. You'll inspire and lead a dedicated team, fostering diversity and inclusivity, and cultivating a culture that embodies our values. Key responsibilities As CEO and a member of the AMSA Board the position has the following key responsibilities: Work with the Board to set the strategic direction and focus of AMSA Be accountable for achieving the outcomes of AMSA’s Corporate Plan through the efficient day-to-day management of AMSA, consistent with all legislative requirements Develop an effective, mutually trustworthy and supportive relationship between the Board and management Maintain an effective and positive relationship with the Minister and the portfolio department and with State/Territory governments Maintain relationships between AMSA and its major stakeholders Ensure that all AMSA’s statutory and fiduciary obligations are identified and met Ensure that AMSA’s functions are performed in an objective impartial and defensible manner, aspiring to best practice, especially in all service delivery functions Represent AMSA at major forums, both international and national, and seek to optimise Australia’s interests in the outcomes Develop and maintain a highly capable, professional and committed senior management team and ensure a viable succession plan is in place for all key AMSA positions Take personal responsibility for AMSA’s management system, especially health and safety outcomes, workplace culture and ethics Exercise statutory powers in a complex legal environment, including the making of subordinate legislation giving effect to international convention obligations and creating best practice safety regulation Implement the regulations under the Maritime Labour Convention in Australia via supporting legislation which applies to all commercial vessels. Key representational responsibilities Ex-officio member of the Seafarers’ Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Authority. Active leadership role within Australia’s representation at the Council and Assembly meetings of the International Maritime Organization Australian/AMSA Representative at the Asia Pacific Heads of Maritime Safety Agencies Forum AMSA’s representative before Parliamentary Committees AMSA’s representative at all appropriate meetings and events. The CEO is required to operate under the governance and reporting arrangements, and legislative requirements. How to apply Applications close on Sunday 24 March 2024. Derwent Search has been engaged by the AMSA Board to support the recruitment process of the Chief Executive Officer position. To apply and for a copy of the Candidate Information Pack : Please go to https://www.derwentsearch.com.au and ‘search jobs’. For further enquiries please contact Derwent Search at publicsectorderwentsearch.com.au or call Andrew McEncroe on 0416 018 860. Australian Maritime Safety Authority Act 1990 Getting to know the Australian Maritime Safety Authority At the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), we acknowledge the value diversity brings. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People, people with a disability and people from other diverse backgrounds.AMSA is Australia’s National agency responsible for coordinating maritime and aviation search and rescue. We regulate domestic commercial vessels, Australian and foreign shipping – from 12 metre prawn trawlers to 350 metre liquefied natural gas tankers, and everything commercial in between. We are also responsible for protecting Australia’s precious marine environments like the Great Barrier Reef, from the impacts of shipping.Our stakeholders are just as diverse as our role but our mission connects them all and inspires our people to make a real difference every day – “Safe and clean seas, saving lives”. AMSA offers unique and challenging career opportunities, and we employ around 430 people across Australia. To learn more about our organisation please visit our website. J-18808-Ljbffr • Sun, 03 MarAustralian Public Service Commission
Chief Operating Officer, Chief Executive Services - Cairns , Queensland Health » Cairns, QLD - position of Chief Operating Officer to be part of our executive leadership team. CHHHS is the primary provider of health.... As the successful candidate, reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, you will: Offer substantial experience in executive... • Sat, 02 MarQueensland Government
Chief Executive Officer » Wurdong Heights, Gladstone - Management (Community Services & Development) Continue the transformation of a unique aged and disability care organisation Influence organisational culture and enhance key stakeholder relationships Generous salary package | Coastal based in the growing city of Gladstone Qld Continue the transformation of a unique aged and disability care organisation Influence organisational culture and enhance key stakeholder relationships Generous salary package | Coastal based in the growing city of Gladstone Qld The Organisation Gladstone Community Linking Agency (GCLA) is a local not-for-profit organisation, proudly serving the Gladstone community since 1977. They are an approved NDIS and My Aged Care provider, offering personalised services to support seniors and individuals with disabilities. Working closely with clients to provide care, support and achieve their personal goals, GCLA’s services include personal care, social support, respite services, age care support, domestic assistance, community support, employment opportunities, short-term accommodation and supported independent living. Benefits & Culture Attractive NFP tax-effective salary packaging Diverse and capable team at staff and board level 2023 Top 5 Nominee for Best in Business Awards Beautiful harbourside lifestyle with affordable housing Relocation assistance available The Role Reporting to and working in partnership with the board, you will lead GCLA in its next critical phase of growth as they expand throughout Central Queensland. You will drive operational delivery of the current strategic plan as well as influencing strategy to ensure GCLA’s ongoing sustainability and continued achievement of its vision and purpose. Your focus will be to nurture and enhance relationships with current and potential clients, the community, government departments and regulatory bodies. Additionally you will: Build a high performing culture including coaching and developing senior leaders Ensure efficiencies with digital transformations Reposition GCLA in a competitive market and achieve financial growth Ensure compliance with NDIS and Aged Care Quality Standards and leverage the opportunities available with current sector reforms Support the board to meet governance responsibilities Skills Required You are an authentic, inspiring and mentoring leader with experience leading a like-minded community driven organisation, ideally within human services in the aged care, disability or other highly legislated sector. You have a successful track record in developing and implementing strategy and your leadership, commercial acumen and operational skills are at the core of your success in delivering organisational growth, influence, governance and financial sustainability. You also bring: Exceptional relationship building and stakeholder engagement A focus on developing culture and fostering the growth and development of team members Familiarity with negotiation and management of fee driven and government funding Knowledge and understanding of the disability and aged care industry, NDIS and Aged Care Quality Standards, or the ability to rapidly acquire If you’re a values based leader and want to build on the growth trajectory of this well-known community based organisation please submit a cover letter responding to the skills required above together with your CV. Alternatively, contact Hayley Martin on 07 5530 8066 to discuss your interest. Please note there is no formal closing date for this role, if you are interested, we would encourage you to apply as soon as possible. NGO Recruitment values equitable recruitment practices and is committed to representing candidates reflective of the diverse organisations and communities we work with. We welcome and encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages, and identities, and are happy to adjust our recruitment process to support accessibility needs. If you are interested in this position and have most of the skills or experience we are looking for, please go ahead and apply. Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Want to know how much you can earn as a Chief Executive Officer? J-18808-Ljbffr • Sat, 02 MarNGO Recruitment
Chief Executive Officer » Canberra Region, Australian Capital Territory - Hepatitis Australia is seeking to appoint an outstanding Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to provide visionary leadership toward the elimination of viral hepatitis. Reporting to the Board, the CEO will lead the implementation of a new strategic plan and identify opportunities to realise the mission and objectives of Hepatitis Australia. Maintaining a strong public profile, the CEO will bring a strategic growth mindset and play a vital role engaging with stakeholders and members across the sector, as well as with community and government. With an understanding of the public health sector, you will be an experienced and influential leader skilled in advocacy, public policy and driving key initiatives. A demonstrated track record of leading a high-performing team, coupled with drive and innovation, you will be able to leverage relationships and realise new funding streams and partnerships. You will have demonstrated success shaping policy outcomes and be equipped with well-developed emotional, conceptual, and commercial acumen. Connectedness to community with a specific focus on marginalised populations, including First Nations and culturally and linguistically diverse populations will be valued. The appointee will have exceptional communication skills as well as the ability to interpret and engage with Government and media. You will have the ability to analyse and contribute to research and policy development. The Organisation Hepatitis Australia is the peak community organisation leading action on issues of importance to people affected by hepatitis B and hepatitis C. Hepatitis Australia members are the eight state and territory hepatitis organisations. The organisation’s purpose is to empower everyone in Australia to live free from the impact of viral hepatitis, ultimately with a vision to an end to viral hepatitis in Australia. Drawing on the lived experience of people impacted by viral hepatitis, the organisation works collaboratively with member organisations and national partners to drive required action. For more information on the organisation visit: https://www.hepatitisaustralia.com/ To obtain a detailed candidate information pack visit www.fisherleadership.com/opportunities To apply - please go to fisherleadership.com and click on ‘APPLY ONLINE’ using reference HTAceo0224. addressing your cover letter and resume to Kate Wheeler or Pauline Gates of Fisher Leadership, or call 1300 347 437 for further information. Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. What can I earn as a Chief Executive Officer J-18808-Ljbffr • Sat, 02 MarFisher Leadership
Chief Executive Officer » Perth CBD, Perth - Located at Perth Airport, Maroomba Airlines has been connecting Perth with Regional WA and beyond since 1985. We support a diverse group of valued clients and as one of Perth's longest established Charter companies enjoy an enviable reputation as an Air Charter Operator. Maroomba Airlines has a vacancy for a suitably qualified person with a strategic, contemporary, and commercial focus. Reporting directly to the Directors, an opportunity exists for an experienced and professional individual to take up the position of Chief Executive Officer. This person will be responsible for the strategic development and growth of the company and in representing the company to the outside world. Qualifications Tertiary qualifications in Management or similar discipline. Demonstrated proficient computer literacy. Crew Resource Management / Human Factors Course. DAMP Awareness training. Job tasks and responsibilities Management and oversight of all operations conducted under the AOC and Part 145 approvals. Maintain an organisation that is appropriate in scale and experience to deliver on the Vison, Values & objectives approved by the board. Fulfil the obligations of the Responsible Manager (CASA approved) for the AOC and Part 145 organisations. Ensure the organisation operates within the regulations and approvals required by all applicable statutory regulators. Ensure the Company finances are professionally managed and sufficient financial resources are maintained to achieve the strategic objectives. Ensure the organisation is optimised to maximise its financial performance, whilst delivering on its vision and long-term objectives. Maintain a strong network of client and industry contacts to ensure the business remains at the forefront of opportunities. Maintain strategic relationships with all critical external stakeholders. Maintain an active pipeline of opportunities to ensure sufficient revenue is maintained to support the objectives of the strategic plan. Ensure all operations are conducted safely, compliantly and embrace the aspirations contained with the vision statement. Provide the board of directors adequate reporting, updates, and guidance to ensure they can meet their responsibilities. Skills and experience Extensive experience in a leadership or senior management role within the aviation industry or similar industry. Working knowledge of Australian aviation legislation, airport and airline operational policies and procedures. Demonstrated capacity to lead and manage a multi-disciplinary team to achieve organisational improvement. Knowledge of Aviation Legislation in Australia. Well-developed conceptual, strategic, analytical, and financial abilities. Experience in contract negotiations. Extensive network of Aviation and Mining. Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Do you have a current Police Check (National Police Certificate) for employment? Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Want to know how much you can earn as a Chief Executive Officer? J-18808-Ljbffr • Sat, 02 MarMaroomba Airlines
Chief executive officer » The Rocks, Sydney - Private Equity backed Contract services organisation M&A and organic growth strategy Our client is a B2B contract services organisation and is the largest provider within their niche market segment across Australia and New Zealand. They have achieved this enviable position to date through a market consolidation/M&A strategy. They are backed by an experienced private equity team who are excited by the future of the organisation, which will include proactive organic growth strategies together, further M&A across ANZ and international expansion. We are currently seeking a CEO to lead the organisation through the next stage of their journey. As Chief Executive Officer, we are seeking a passionate business builder. An executive who thrives in partnering with the Board to design effective growth strategies and is experienced in operationally executing such strategies. An executive who is an inspirational leader and is experienced in leading large national geographically dispersed workforces. An executive who can take an organisation on a growth journey which will include M&A, proactive sales strategies and professionalisation of a group corporate office to ensure the framework is robust, commercial, data driven and scalable. To be successful in this role, you will have a proven track record of success in leading a substantial and high growth service-based business or division that had a significant workforce and M&A activity. In addition, previous experience in a private equity setting and/or international exposure would be an advantage. What is critical is that you are a demonstrated leader who can structure and motivate a team through a period of change. Culture fit is key. You will be commercial, entrepreneurial, and analytical. You will also be strategic whilst enjoying being across the detail. You will offer high emotional intelligence coupled with an authentic style to build credible relationships with both internal and external key stakeholders. This is a unique opportunity to join a high growth organisation with international inspirations whilst partnering with a prominent Australian private equity firm. For further information please contact Dianne Williams on dwilliamswilliamshall.com.au J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarWilliams Hall
Chief Executive Officer » Australia - Northern Rivers Children’s Services (NRCS) operates nine quality childcare services and an early child development and parent support programme. Services include – Northern Rivers Family Day Care. Northern Rivers in Home Care. Nimbin Early Learning Centre. Gingerbread House Occasional Care Service. 5 x After, Before school and Vacation care services. Ready Set Go (Parent Support Programme). The opportunity The position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for the successful leadership, overall management, and operations of the company according to the strategic direction and policies and procedures set by Northern Rivers Children’s Services (NRCS) Board of Directors. The principal functions of the position include the development and articulation of the company’s strategic direction, implementation of business plans and overseeing the management of service operations and NRCS staff. You will have access to Manager Assistance that provides ongoing management support to our team leaders. Hours of Work 38 hours per week 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday Attractive annual salary - $160,000 including a company car and other benefits. Key responsibilities Oversees the planning, implementation and evaluation of the organisation’s programs and services. Ensure that the organisation is operated in accordance with all state / federal laws and regulations. Ensure the effective recruitment and performance management of employees. Review, revise and develop policies and procedures for the organisation under the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and My time Our Place framework (MTOP) and meets the requirements of regulations, standards, and law. Oversee all administrative and financial systems of the organisation. Oversee the financial viability of the organisation. Identify and evaluate the risks to the organisation’s clients, staff, management, volunteers, property, finances, goodwill, and image and implement measures to control risks. About you – Skills and Attributes Ability to plan, develop, implement, a strong program for NRCS services. Strong interpersonal skills, capable of creating respectful, nurturing, and empowering relationship in building a cohesive team. Ability to respond to emergencies, make decisions, work under pressure, and maintain control in high stress situations. Ability to think strategically, set priorities, and plans to achieve goals. Ability to manage confidential information and situations in a professional manner. Demonstrate sound judgement and excellent communication skills (written, verbal). Ability to work cooperatively, foster a climate of shared respect, and collaboration in managing employees. Sound understanding of early child development, education, and child protection principles. Computer literate and proficient in all Microsoft applications. Highly Desirable Selection Criteria Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood (or equivalent ACECQA approved) and appropriate Business management qualifications. Minimum 5 to 10 years’ experience working in senior childcare management position. Qualifies as a Person of Management or Control as per guidelines from the Department of Education and ACECQA. Demonstrated knowledge and skills in Human Resource Management, financial management, and risk management. Experience in a large non-profit organisation, including knowledge of working within vulnerable and disadvantaged communities. Knowledge of the Northern Rivers area and barriers to childcare. Extensive knowledge of ELYF, MTOP, regulations, standards and the law related to Early Child Education and Care. Driver’s licence. Police check, WWC, RA Number (PRODA), First Aid, CPR and Child Protection To apply - please address the selection criteria within a cover letter and provide a C.V. The position will remain open until an adequate pool of applications is received. For information about our organisation please visit www.nrcs.org.au. Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? What can I earn as a Chief Executive Officer? Find out the average salary for a Chief Executive Officer across Australia J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarNorthern Rivers Children's Services Ltd
Chief Executive Officer » Silver Sands, Mandurah Area - Job description Chief Executive Officer Chief Executive's Office | Regional WA Position No: LB302879 Work Type: Fixed Term - Full Time Mandurah is Western Australia’s largest regional City, home to more than 90,000 people, and is continuing to grow. The City is a high performing, responsive and agile organisation that meets its communities’ needs and strives to achieve excellence in all areas. See for more information on this remarkable City. On behalf of Council, Lester Blades is delighted to invite applications for the position of Chief Executive Officer. Working closely with the Mayor and Elected Members, the CEO’s key accountabilities include: Implementing Council’s directions consistent with the Strategic Community Plan, Long-Term Financial Plan, Annual Budget, and Capital Works Programs. Ensuring Council’s human, physical and financial resources are effectively managed. Services are provided efficiently, effectively and which meet customer needs and Council requirements. Providing organisational leadership that promotes a high performing workplace culture. Administering the City’s legal, statutory, risk and compliance obligations. Council’s expectation is that the next CEO will already possess the full suite of competencies and the high-level executive experience required to be successful in a position such as this. A key focus area for the CEO will be leading a range of economic development initiatives, as well as high level engagement with a range of important strategic stakeholders. In return, the incoming CEO will inherit a truly outstanding and high performing organisation and a stable and united Council. The position will be offered on the basis of an employment contract of up to 5 years duration with a total remuneration package to be negotiated within the SAT’s range for Band 1 Local Government CEOs of $350,000 to $390,810. People interested in this position or requiring further information are encouraged to request a copy of the Position Description from Lester Blades on 08 9221 0744 or ; or visit the website: Initial telephone enquiries to Geoff Blades are welcome. Confidential applications should be in MS Word format and forwarded to Lester Blades - Executive Search & Board Advisory at quoting Reference LB302879. Applications close on Monday 27 February 2023 at 4.00 pm WST. Candidates’ rights under the Privacy Act will be observed at all times. Only candidates with valid work rights in Australia can be considered. ABOUT LESTER BLADES Lester Blades is a Western Australian owned executive search firm with local specialisation and international reach. We focus on uncompromising excellence in service to clients in the identification of Non-Executive Directors, CEOs and a range of other senior executive and functional leadership roles. Privacy Policy SEARCH ALL JOBS FAQ Register Login MENU ADP is hiring a Vice President of Sales.Are you empathic to client needs, the people you lead, and internal partners to drive success, but able to make the hard calls and not afraid to make bold moves?Are you ready for your n DetailsAscension Florida is hiring a Chief Medical Officer - Studer Family Children's Hospital-Pensacola, FL.The Children’s Hospital offers a wide range of services to meet all of a child’s medical needs, from the area’s only : Spirit Catholic Radio NetworkChief Programming Officer Classification: Full-Time, Exempt (M-F with occasional weeknight or weekend). Location: Omaha, Nebraska. Reports to: Executive Director. Manages: Program Director, Produ J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarCLevelCrossing
Chief Executive Officer » Warwick, Southern Downs - Warwick Friendly Society Association Limited Join the Warwick Friendly Society Association LTD (WFS) as our first Chief Executive Officer Are you ready to take the helm and lead a dynamic team towards unparalleled success? We are seeking a visionary leader who can steer our pharmacies towards financial prosperity while championing our commitment to excellence and community for our members. Key Responsibilities: Strategic Leadership : Collaborate with the WFS Board to shape and implement strategic goals. Business Acumen : Drive financial performance and ensure operational excellence. Stakeholder Engagement : Cultivate and maintain key relationships within the healthcare industry and local community. Innovation : Embrace healthcare innovations and foster a culture of creativity within the organization. Governance and Risk Management : Uphold high governance standards and mitigate operational risks effectively. People Management : Lead, inspire, and develop a high-performing team dedicated to our mission. Property Management : manage a significant property portfolio with the ability to create a strategic plan for this for the future. Regulation Understanding : there is a strong regulatory environment that pharmacies operate within, and this role will be responsible for ensuring compliance with all State and Commonwealth legislation and regulations as well as corporate governance requirements of ASIC. Qualifications and Experience: Experience in executive or senior management roles. Proven track record of achieving strategic objectives and managing operational plans. Strong communication skills with the ability to engage diverse stakeholders effectively. Business acumen with a solid understanding of financial management and governance principles. Relevant tertiary qualifications in business administration, or management. Skills and Attributes: Strategic thinker with excellent negotiation and problem-solving abilities. Financial acumen that can grow a business. Exceptional communicator with a knack for building rapport and influencing others. Well-organized with impeccable time management skills. Emotionally intelligent leader who leads by example and fosters a positive workplace culture. Don't miss this opportunity to make a meaningful impact on healthcare and community well-being. Apply now to embark on an exciting journey with WFS as our first Chief Executive Officer Join us in shaping the future of healthcare. Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years' experience do you have as a chief executive officer? How many years of people management experience do you have? What's your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Thinking about a career as a Chief Executive Officer? Explore job and salary trends, in-demand skills and role reviews. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarWarwick Friendly Society Association
Chief Executive Officer » Shoal Bay, Port Stephens Area - Shoal Bay, Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter NSW Board Appointments (CEO & General Management) Chief Executive Officer, Port Stephens Veteran & Citizens Aged Care The Organisation Chief Executive Officer, Port Stephens Veteran & Citizens Aged Care The Organisation Port Stephens Veteran and Citizens Aged Care (PSVCAC) is a not-for-profit organisation that has been caring for the community for over 40 years. With three locations across Shoal Bay, Fingal Bay and Salamander Bay, the team pride themselves on their commitment to the needs and quality of life of their residents. With a broad Aged Care portfolio, in addition to residential aged care, the organisation offers community and home care, and retirement living services. The Opportunity Lead with vision to enhance the patient experience, strengthen commercial sustainability and foster a culture that prioritises staff, resident, and community wellbeing. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for the management and leadership of PSVCAC, providing strong, clear and effective leadership to the wider team in alignment with the mission and values of the organisation. Leading an Executive team of seven, the Chief Executive Officer will be responsible for: Working constructively with the Board to develop and articulate a clear vision for PSVCAC Implementing PSVCAC strategy and future direction of its Aged Care services Shaping the organisational culture and values in line with the overall strategy Ensuring effective financial management and performance in line with budgets and statutory requirements Leading and inspiring staff to ensure a high-performing team culture which delivers quality services and outstanding customer service; and Achieving outcomes and working collaboratively with the Board to report and advise on business outcomes and opportunities. About You For this appointment we are seeking an Executive leader that brings substantial commercial leadership and comparable functional experience gained in a similar sized Aged Care or Community Services environment. You will have a track record of running a high performing business, leading effective teams and empowering staff to provide exceptional client focused care services. Experience working collaboratively with Boards to set a clear strategy and business focus will also be highly regarded. In addition, the successful candidate will have; A proven ability to bring the best out of teams, individually and groups of teams, that has created significant difference to an organisation’s progress. Demonstrated proven strategic, financial, operational and people management accountabilities and skills that have impacted positively. Sound experience in senior management roles where risk and transformation management are areas of accountability. Extensive experience in managing diverse portfolios and service divisions, programs and projects within a strong best practice/continuous quality improvement framework. A strong ability to analyse data and information, identify risk, opportunities and issues for the organisation, with an ability to respond accordingly to address these, to achieve its goals and objectives. Evidence of highly developed interpersonal, communication, negotiation, influencing and consultative skills with experience in developing and maintaining collaborative partnerships and stakeholder relationships. What’s on Offer This is an exciting opportunity to join an Aged Care provider in a great commercial position, to work in an influential and critical leadership capacity, with clear impact on the success of the organisation. An attractive remuneration package and benefits will be offered to the successful applicant, including not-for-profit salary packaging. How to Apply For a confidential discussion or role related questions, please contact Amanda Halliday of The Orchard Talent Group via email at amandaorchardtalent.com.au to arrange a time to speak. To apply please submit your current CV via the link. Please note applicants must have a legal right to work in Australia. Applications close February 29th 2024. What can I earn as a Chief Executive Officer? Find out the average salary for a Chief Executive Officer acrossAustralia J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarOrchard Talent Group
Chief Executive Officer » Australia - Government - Local (Government & Defence) The Shire of Halls Creek is one of four local government areas in the Kimberley region of northern Western Australia, covering an area of 143, 040 sq km, most of which is sparsely populated. The Shire’s seat of government is the town of Halls Creek. Council is now seeking to appoint a Chief Executive Officer who will champion the Shire’s vision in line with its values and culture. The incoming CEO will understand the importance of developing strong relationships with all sectors of the local community, as well as government agencies and other key stakeholders. You will oversee the delivery of quality services and infrastructure to the Shire, and ensure the Council receives professional and timely advice on all matters relating to the Shire’s administration and operations. Of paramount importance will be your ability to identify and act upon the critical requirements of remote and diverse regional communities. With senior management experience in local government or relevant service-based organisations, your sound commercial acumen, strong leadership and financial management expertise will be complemented by a strategic focus, and strong passion for, and connection to regional areas. You will be an innovative and outward facing individual who is keen to be part of the community and make a difference. As a leader and communicator, your ability to inspire, engage and influence across staff, all stakeholders and the broader community will be critical to your success. An attractive remuneration package in the range of $167,533 to $276,327 (plus up to $75,000 Regional Allowance) will be offered to the successful candidate on a five (5) year contract. Comfortable accommodation in the form of a family home (plus utility subsidies) is provided together with a fully maintained motor vehicle. For an Information Package including the Position Description or any assistance in your application, please contact Peter Casey at Mills Recruitment on 0408 325 936 or email peter.caseymillsrecruitment.com.au Applications close at 5pm WST on Monday 26th February 2024. Reviews from people working in the industry J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarMills Recruitment
Chief Executive Officer » The Rocks, Sydney - CCAA, the voice of Australia’s heavy construction materials industry, is seeking the face of the industry. Excellent opportunity for a seasoned executive, skilled in delivering sustainable growth, to lead this important industry body. Sustainability Growth Advocacy Our client, Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia (CCAA), is the peak body for the heavy construction materials industry in Australia, operating a fully member-funded association. Members operate cement manufacturing and distribution facilities, concrete batching plants, hard rock quarries and sand and gravel extraction operations, producing the majority of Australia's cement, concrete and aggregates. Members range from large global companies to SME’s and family operated businesses. The industry CCAA represents generates approximately $15 billion in annual revenue and employs approximately 30,000 Australians directly and a further 80,000 indirectly. CCAA shares a vision of sustainable industry with its members with a mission is to create a sustainable operating environment where members can succeed. CCAA maintains focus across 3 strategic strategic priorities: Sustainability, with particular focus on supporting the industry to deliver its decarbonization ambitions Resource access and protection, through influencing the political regulatory and market environment to ensure the industry’s ongoing growth Industry reputation, highlighting the industry's vital role in society The CEO role reports to the Chair of the CCAA Council and is the lead advocate responsible for the delivery of the vision, strategy and programmes of CCAA including managing critical relationships with government, members, peak bodies and all other key stakeholders. Key Accountabilities: Develop, implement and deliver strategy to achieve key objectives including growth and financial sustainability Governance, leadership, finance and operations of CCAA Attract, support and engage members, both new and existing, delivering value Advocate the interests of the heavy construction materials industry and its vital role in society Drive CCAA’s sustainability and decarbonisation agendas Experience, Knowledge and /skills: 10 years experience at CEO or equivalent level Experience within the heavy construction materials or industrial sectors Excellence in people leadership Responsibility for the governance, leadership and operations of a significant association P&L oversight and reporting Media facing experience – TV, radio, print, etc Senior stakeholder engagement including government and business Constitutional and membership structural review and development Establishment of an association’s successful growth strategy Highly commercial, solution driven Please press the Apply button, or email Mark Smitham at msmithampeoplescout.com.au to arrange a confidential discussion. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarPeopleScout APAC
Chief Executive Officer » Australia - Management (Community Services & Development) Are you an experienced leader looking to make a significant impact in the lives of vulnerable young people? We are seeking a leader with a heart for social impact to lead our not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to providing transitional housing and support for at-risk young people. About BABI BABI, established in 1983, is a community centred not-for-profit organisation, committed to providing transitional housing and support services to young people facing homelessness and other challenges, supporting them to thrive and build a better future. Focusing on empowerment and holistic support, we strive to create lasting positive change in the lives of the youth we serve together with safe environments that foster growth and education and help young people stay connected with their family and community. This leadership role offers an exceptional opportunity to lead an organisation dedicated to transforming the lives of at-risk youth through stable housing and wrap around support services. Reporting directly to the Board of Management, as CEO you will be responsible for providing strategic and operational leadership to ensure BABI delivers on its mission. You will work closely with the Board, staff, stakeholders, and community partners to enhance programs, secure funding, ensure compliance with obligations and ensure the sustainability of our housing and support initiatives. You'll lead a passionate team of around 20, committed to maximising their positive impact in the community. BABI’s annual budget is approx. $1.5 million. Located in the picturesque Brisbane bayside suburb of Wynnum, this position offers some flexibility in the working environment and generous not-for-profit salary packaging opportunities. CEO is responsible for: Leadership and Culture Provide strategic leadership, guiding BABI in achieving its mission and goals as determined by the Board. Fostering a high-performance culture, lead, inspire, and support a dedicated and highly skilled team to deliver high-quality services and programs. Financial and Operational Oversight Oversee financial management and operational efficiency in alignment with BABI’s mission Monitoring and efficient management of operational budget issues. Governance and Strategy Ensure compliance with regulatory standards and maintain transparency. Work with the Board in developing BABI’s strategic direction and lead the BABI team in operationalising it. Partnerships and Stakeholder Engagement Foster strategic partnerships and collaborations with community stakeholders, donors, and government agencies. Undertake fundraising efforts and cultivate donor relationships to secure financial stability and ongoing support Experience working collaboratively with a Board of Management is highly desirable. About You To thrive in this role, you will bring: Leadership A proven track record of leadership demonstrating success in achieving strategic goals Demonstrated experience in motivating, leading and inspiring your team in line with the organisational vision Strategic thinker with the ability to foster innovation and adapt to changing environments. Courage in decision making, resilience, optimism, and integrity. Stakeholder Engagement Strong communication skills, adept at engaging diverse stakeholders and fostering collaborations. Community Sector Knowledge Extensive knowledge of, or experience in the community services sector Genuine passionate commitment to improving the lives of vulnerable young people Understanding of the issues affecting vulnerable young people and a passionate commitment to their well-being. Understanding of corporate finance and governance, and effective budget management experience Experience with seeking and managing financial grants would be advantageous. Relevant qualifications are desirable and a Blue Card essential. BABI staff are employed under the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability (SCHADS) Award. The Board will consider a salary arrangement for the CEO position reflecting the skills, qualifications, and experience of the right candidate. To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience and skills and why you would like this role to: juliejuliecorkandassociates.com . Applications close on 15 March 2024 but will be assessed progressively as received. Please note, applicants must have the legal right to work in Australia. Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Thinking about a career as a Chief Executive Officer? Explore job and salary trends, in-demand skills and role reviews. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarBABI
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER » Perth CBD, Perth - Lester Blades - Executive Search & Board Advisory On behalf of the Board of the Western Australian Institute of Sport (WAIS), Lester Blades is delighted to invite applications for the position of Chief Executive Officer. This could hardly be a more exciting time for a CEO to take on the leadership of this significant WA organisation. The incoming CEO has a fantastic opportunity to lead and excite as WAIS focuses on nurturing new talent, enabling champion performances, and inspiring our communities towards success for athletes at the 2032 Brisbane Olympic Games. At the same time the CEO will lead the implementation of a strategic plan aimed at contributing to the development of a stronger sports system in Western Australia, one that continues to enliven our communities. The Board’s vision is for a CEO who is a strategic leader, someone who will bring the full complement of competencies normally expected of a CEO leading an organisation that is used to doing everything with a “high performance” mindset. Importantly you bring strong capabilities and an unswerving commitment to organisational excellence and strategic management in all areas; people, business, financial, assets, risk and governance. You are uncompromising in fostering a positive child and athlete safety focused culture. The next CEO won’t be about status quo for the Institute, there will be a strong focus on continuous business improvement - you know that only a great performing organisation will develop great athletes. Finally, and just as importantly you have a great ability to develop, invest in, and nurture relationships with all key stakeholders. Intending applicants might come from any sector, though success in leading a medium sized commercial organization is expected. You do not have to have been an elite sportsperson yourself, though it is likely that your professional journey has seen you involved in a leadership role in some area of sport. Your passion for sport and for developing great athletes will be obvious. People interested in considering this position are encouraged to contact Lester Blades for a copy of the Position Description and Application Information on 08 9221 0744 or prospectuslesterblades.com.au Initial telephone enquiries to Geoff Blades are also welcome. Confidential applications should be made in Word format to applicationslesterblades.com.au quoting Reference LB303043. Our preference is to receive your application by Monday 11 March 2024. Candidates’ rights under the Privacy Act will be observed at all times. Only candidates with valid work rights in Australia can be considered. ABOUT LESTER BLADES Lester Blades is a Western Australian owned executive search firm with local specialisation and international reach. We focus on uncompromising excellence in service to clients in the identification of Non-Executive Directors, CEO’s and a range of other senior executive and functional leadership roles. Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Want to know how much you can earn as a Chief Executive Officer J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarLester Blades
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Chief Executive » The Rocks, Sydney - UNICEF works to build a better world for every child, every day. A world where every child has the chance to fulfil their potential and grow up healthy and safe. UNICEF has more than 13,000 people working for children in more than 190 countries responding to emergencies and building long-term resilience. We save children’s lives with vaccines, clean water, and therapeutic food. We protect children from violence, exploitation, and abuse. We support quality education that empowers children. And we seek to create a safe and sustainable world where children can live, learn, and grow. UNICEF operates the world’s largest humanitarian response for children. Reaching children whenever and wherever they need us most. We advise governments, influence businesses, and lobby leaders to create lasting change for children. The UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK) is a registered charity that raises funds for UNICEF’s work for children around the world and advocates for lasting change for children worldwide. We uphold the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and work with partners and supporters to promote children’s voices, unlock resources for children, and advocate for and create change. We have delivered programmes for children in the UK for more than 25 years and reach around 2.5 million children each year through our Baby Friendly Initiative, Rights Respecting Schools Award, and Child Friendly Cities and Communities programmes. We are now seeking an outstanding leader to join us as our new Chief Executive. We have come a long way in the last few years, and this is an exciting moment in our organisation’s development to join us. You will lead our ambitious strategic plan for 2023-2026 as well as playing a critical role building and delivering our next strategy. We are proud of our talented and values driven team of colleagues and are seeking a new Chief Executive that will share those values (Our Shared Commitment), providing inspirational leadership internally and supported by a dynamic Executive Team and committed Board of Trustees. You will also provide strong representation with the international UNICEF movement, with policy makers, the media, opinion formers, supporters and the public. You are likely to have experience as the chief executive or senior leader within a large UK charity or humanitarian organisation that operates at scale. To succeed, it is essential that you have the capability and diplomatic approach to thrive in the complex and unique environment of leading a charity that is also part of a global organisation. If this all sounds like you and you would relish the challenge of leading us through our next chapter of significant growth in income, influence and impact, then we would love to hear from you. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarAdvance Global Professionals Inc.
Chief Executive Officer » Perth CBD, Perth - On behalf of our client, a mid-sized firm working in the risk management industry, working with many of Australia’s largest resources, health, aged care and insurance clients, Brainbox seeks to appoint an energetic and dynamic leader to become the new Chief Executive Officer . About the Position A key remit of this position is to build on the organisation’s standing as a trusted provider of enterprise risk and security solutions. The business has undergone a period of rapid growth and has emerged as a market leader. As part of its growth journey, the business now requires an inspirational change agent to further mature governance and risk, enhance stakeholder relationships, drive new business development initiatives, and improve operational efficiency. This is not a ‘gilded castle’ position. The CEO is supported by a competent and experienced leadership team, but is expected to be visible and active in the business and the market, working to communicate and execute the strategic vision of the Board. About You You are skilled at diversification of revenue streams, are financially and tech savvy, bring entrepreneurial acumen and have excellent advocacy skills. You have a friendly, supportive approach, with soft skills that enable you to relate with all people at all levels, and a leadership style that encourages others to want to be part of your team and work in support of a strategic plan. You have a leadership style that fosters collaboration and motivates a team of professional and committed staff (both white and blue collar). Your interpersonal and communication skills combine with experience engaging with Government agencies and large listed companies to develop profitable commercial partnerships. You are not necessarily from the security, defence or mining industries although some knowledge of these is desirable. Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years' experience do you have as a chief executive officer? Reviews from people working in the industry J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarBrain Box
Chief Executive Officer » Australia - About WorkCover Queensland With a vision to be the best workers’ compensation insurer and make a positive difference to people’s lives, WorkCover Queensland (WorkCover) has been providing workers’ compensation insurance in Queensland for more than twenty years. Supporting Queensland workers and businesses is at the heart of everything they do. From customer service and managing claims, to accessing rehabilitation, preventing injuries, and making sure employers have the right cover to protect their team. The most important thing for WorkCover is keeping Queenslanders working and in understanding everyone’s needs are different. About the Chief Executive Officer As the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) you will provide leadership and direction for WorkCover employees, key stakeholders, industry, and government to support an effective workers compensation scheme that provides economic and social benefits for Queensland. You will build and maintain strong partnerships between government and industry and enable the effectiveness of the scheme. This will be achieved through collaborative and cooperative partnerships underpinned by a focus on providing a commercially viable scheme that delivers a positive customer experience. As the CEO you will lead WorkCover through an enterprise transformation program, including a modernisation of digital assets and business practices with a focus on diligent governance, risk management and service delivery. With seven executive reports, you will lead an organsiation over 1,000 employees to deliver and maintain commitments within the corporate strategy and statement of corporate intent. You will oversee financial strategies to a circa $370M operating expense budget, $6.0B funds under management, $2.3B in premium income, $2.2B Claims expenses and $3.0B outstanding claims provision. As a significant senior executive leadership role, based in Brisbane, you will have extensive experience in leading areas with proven ability to achieve successful outcomes for an organisation. You will be recognised for your authentic, human-centered approach to leadership, and the ability to lead, and provide guidance, direction, coaching and mentoring to achieve individual, Group and Corporate objectives. You will have tertiary qualification in a relevant field such as: finance, investments, business management, commerce, economics or technology with post graduate qualifications in a relevant field considered highly desirable. For further information and to apply please visit: www.luminarypartners.com.au/workcover Confidential inquiries to Russell Fairbanks 0457 667 765 or Rachel Trombin 0424 900 041 Applications close: Midnight, Monday 18th March 2024 Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. What can I earn as a Chief Executive Officer J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarLuminary
Chief Executive Officer » Murgon, South Burnett Area - Cherbourg Regional Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services Cherbourg, Toowoomba & Darling Downs QLD The Chief Executive Officer of CRAICCHS is responsible for ensuring the achievement of our primary goal and purpose of providing high quality holistic social, health and wellbeing programs to empower and strengthen Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals, families and communities of Cherbourg and the South Burnett region. The full-time position will be based in Cherbourg (with travel throughout the region to our other clinics) and will report directly to the Board of Directors. The Benefits: 12% superannuation. Competitive salary sacrificing opportunities. Full-time position. Pay rate that will recognise the qualifications and experience held by the successful applicant. Opportunities for further study and advancement. Relocation allowance available if relevant. Regional location. Participation in health and well-being initiatives. A supportive work environment. About CRAICCHS: Cherbourg Regional Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Service (CRAICCHS) is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Organisation. CRAICCHS objective is to provide increased access to quality primary health care, social and emotional wellbeing services to the Communities in the South Burnett and Cherbourg regions. Key Duties: Be passionate about provision of health initiatives, and drive programs to improve the health and wellbeing of the Cherbourg and South Burnett communities. Take direction from the Board of Directors and transform it into operational excellence through development and implementation of CRAICCHS strategic plan. Provide high level quality advice to the Board of Directors regarding operational matters, policy and planning. Have a firm grasp of funding compliance and governance frameworks to ensure responsible, accurate and timely reporting. A strong leadership approach, handling people management by leading by example, driving accountability, and encouraging the development of employees and community members. Network with other health providers of the region to find linkages and ways to enhance service to the community and to build the reputation and profile of CRAICCHS within the sector. Be the head and face of CRAICCHS, embodying our values of respect for culture, equality, honesty, integrity, courage and privacy. Key Requirements: Applicants will be able to demonstrate: Appropriate tertiary qualifications in health, business, social services or management and/or equivalent relevant experience working for an indigenous health service. Experience working with and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, with a respect for culture, community and country. Experience in a senior management position in a comparable industry, such as in a not-for-profit, community, government or private sector organisation. Commitment to ongoing professional development and continuous improvement practices. High level communication skills with a demonstrated ability to effectively engage and communicate sensitively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, those with diverse characteristics and life experiences, and health professionals at all levels. High level of business acumen with the ability to think strategically, undertake financial management and project management, whilst making informed and timely decisions. Demonstrated competence in the use of business technology, software and databases in both the business and clinical areas. Have received at least two (2) COVID-19 vaccinations and provide proof of vaccination. Current Blue Card (Working with Children Check), or eligibility to obtain a Blue Card. Current C Class Drivers Licence (Qld). National Police Check. The Hours: Regular hours are 8.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Thursday and 8.00am to 3.00pm Friday. The CEO will need to be available as needed for the business outside of these hours and the salary package will suitably compensate for this. Applications: Applications should include a current resume and a cover letter addressing the key requirements and why you are interested in working for CRAICCHS, submitted directly via Seek. Enquiries: Enquiries may be directed to CRAICCHS HR, Risk & Compliance Manager - Julianne Hansen on 07 4169 8600 . Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have a current Australian driver's licence? Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check? Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. What can I earn as a Chief Executive Officer J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarCherbourg Regional Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - With over 30 years of experience providing home care services to the Yorke Peninsula, Lower North, Barossa and Gawler Regions, Country Home Services improves the lives of older people in country communities through support, connection, inclusion and advocacy. A wide range of services are delivered through the Commonwealth Home Support Program, Home Care Packages and Veterans Home Care program. As a not-for-profit organisation with an annual revenue of $6m, and a workforce of over 200, Country Home Services is recognised and trusted for its commitment to excellence and genuine passion for enhancing the lives of clients. Reporting to the skills-based Board, this important role will be responsible for delivering reform while ensuring the continuation of the organisation’s service provision through innovative and best practice initiatives. Key areas of responsibility will include: proactively guiding the strategic and operational direction of the organisation; leading, managing and developing staff to deliver contemporary, high quality person-centred care and services; identifying and implementing growth and performance improvement opportunities; managing the financial, physical resources and assets of the organisation to ensure viability and ongoing success; maintaining and enhancing relationships with diverse stakeholders including government entities, peak bodies, service partners and community groups. Applications are invited from appropriately qualified professionals with extensive experience in the community services/aged care sector. The successful candidate will demonstrate business acumen, initiative, judgement, commitment to continuous improvement principles and highly developed interpersonal skills. Capacity to engage, lead and role model the working behaviours appropriate to the continued reputation and success of the organisation will be essential. A competitive senior executive remuneration package including fully maintained vehicle will be offered to secure a strong appointment. With the head office in Nuriootpa and a second office in Clare, flexible work arrangements can be negotiated. Make an enquiry to explore this genuine career opportunity to take the lead of this respected, progressive service provider with significant potential for growth and expansion. For further information on our client, please visit countryhomeservices.org.au Applications including a cover letter and CV should be addressed to Justin Hinora. Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Thinking about a career as a Chief Executive Officer? Explore job and salary trends, in-demand skills and role reviews. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarHender Consulting
Chief Executive Officer » Manoora, Cairns - Cape York NRM is a not-for-profit organisation and registered charity with a mission to help people work to care for the natural environment while promoting the sustainable use of natural resources in Cape York Peninsula. They are staffed by an experienced and dedicated team who work with individuals, groups and communities across Cape York to care for Country through various activities that promote and support the organisation’s inclusive mission. Through significant community engagement, they proactively enhance activities based on the core principles of sustainability, ongoing regional development across land and sea and also work to protect threatened plant and animal species and improve fire management. Your new role As the new CEO, you will be responsible for the overall leadership and management of the activities of Cape York NRM and will be accountable to the Board. The position is based in Cairns with travel required to regional offices in Atherton and Cooktown and has a core focus on ensuring the organisation continues to operate effectively to ensure onward growth, effective governance and strong financial stability whilst investing in significant stakeholder engagement and commercial relationships. What you’ll need to succeed We are seeking an effective and inclusive leader for this critical position. Your previous leadership experience easily evidences your inclusive, open style of management coupled with an inherent ability to develop relationships and identify opportunity. Whilst not for profit experience would be advantageous, we are open to considering individuals with a significant background and genuine interest and experience in Cape York and land and environmental issues. Naturally, you will be an inquisitive and effective executive with confidence in strategic development, corporate governance, risk management and financial performance. You will also be open to a significant amount of travel required to be successful in the role. The closing date for applications will be 4pm Wednesday 5 April 2023. Do you wish to be considered for the jointly advertised Terrain NRM leadership role? (You do not need to submit a separate application) Address Country Email Contact Number Resume Upload Resume One file only. 200 MB limit. Allowed types: pdf, doc, docx. Response to selection criteria Upload Response to selection criteria How did you hear about this position? Cape York Natural Resource Management acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land upon which we work and recognises their continuing connection to Country and community. Cape York NRM pays its respects to Elders past, present and emerging. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarCape York Natural Resource Management
Chief Executive Officer » The Rocks, Sydney - Space Industry Association of Australia (SIAA) Chief Executive Officer Join a dynamic peak body promoting the development of a viable and self-sustaining Australian space sector in local and international markets. Bring your leadership skills to consolidate organisational growth Work with a small, high performing team and a dedicated board Engage with stakeholders in an exciting industry focused on the future The organisation The Space Industry Association of Australia (SIAA) is a national not-for-profit peak body for the space industry in Australia. SIAA and its member companies work closely with Australian governments, international partners, academia, and industry to advance Australia’s space industry and economy. SIAA’s broad membership includes large international corporations, Australian companies, universities, consultants and students. It is highly respected in the Australian space sector for its industry centric well-researched policy positions, its advocacy and its networking events. With its focus on the promotion and growth of the Australian space industry, SIAA takes a leading role in advocating to government on behalf of the sector. It provides a forum to promote networking and collaboration among its members, and actively promotes and facilitates commercial, industrial and research opportunities for members nationally and internationally. It’s an exciting time for the organisation as the sector in Australia continues to grow and achieve major milestones. An active participant in the global space industry community, SIAA has won the rights to host the world’s largest space event, International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in 2025. This will be an amazing opportunity for SIAA to showcase Australia’s space industry to the world. The role While SIAA has been operating for over 20 years, its first CEO was appointed in 2020 to fully professionalise an organisation that was coming to represent a burgeoning industry. With a staff of seven; processes and procedures fully established; and with the IAC 2025 event on the horizon, SIAA is looking for a CEO who can consolidate their operating model and take the organisation through its next phase of growth. Specifically, SIAA are looking for a seasoned executive-level people leader, with experience in P&L reporting, and in reporting to a Chair and board. Stakeholder engagement and management is a crucial part of the role; the successful candidate will be a skilled communicator adept at engaging with members, government, corporates, academia, the media, and other players within the sector. Listening will be an important part of this role. Previous experience leading a Member-based organisation would be looked on favourably, as would demonstrated commerciality within a for-purpose context. Experience within the Space industry would be an advantage but is not essential. The new CEO will be aligned to the purpose and values of SIAA. To apply People for Purpose is partnering with SIAA to lead the search for this role. PLEASE NOTE: Applications for this role won’t open before Monday, 15th January 2024, and will then remain open for 4 weeks. The People for Purpose office will be closed over the Christmas break and will reopen on the 15 th of January. In the meantime, we invite you to read the Position Description . To know more about SIAA, please visit their website at https://www.spaceindustry.com.au/ Once you have absorbed this information and completed your own research, if you have specific questions, we’ll be able to respond to those after the 15 th January. From that date please call us on 0468 625 252, or email hellopeopleforpurpose.com.au and we will respond. Your application will include your CV, as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in representing SIAA and how your skills and experience align to this opportunity. A considered cover letter will be an important part of your application. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarPeople for Purpose
Chief Executive Officer » Australia - Full time High-profile leadership position within Australia's only Indigenous-owned banking organisation. Dynamic opportunity to steer the organisation towards technological empowerment and financial inclusion of remote Indigenous peoples and their communities 3-year, full-time contract position based at the Head Office in Casuarina, Darwin Attractive remuneration package circa $300,000, inclusive of car for work use & limited personal use negotiable relocation assistance About Traditional Credit Union Traditional Credit Union (TCU) occupies a unique position as the only Indigenous-owned credit union in Australia. TCU has been delivering employment opportunities and financial services in remote Indigenous communities since December 1994 , when traditional owners formed TCU as a replacement for banks that were closing branches and exiting remote areas. As an Indigenous organisation , owned by Indigenous customers and guided by Indigenous leaders, who form the majority of the Board, TCU has a strong understanding of the culture of Australia’s First Nations peoples. We understand the needs of the communities we support because we employ Indigenous staff from those communities. TCU maintains 14 branches, including Head Office, serving over 7,500 majority indigenous members, and employing 85 staff of which over 80% are indigenous. The Opportunity Traditional Credit Union (TCU) is looking for a full-time Chief Executive Officer based in Casuarina, Darwin. In this pivotal role, the CEO will report directly to the Board of Directors, leading the organisation's strategic, operational, and financial performance, while embodying TCU's commitment to Indigenous communities and culture. More specifically, your responsibilities include but are not limited to: Providing strategic leadership and direction to the organisation Fostering effective community and corporate engagement Managing financial operations to ensure sustainability and growth Developing innovative products and services catering to Indigenous communities Building and leading a high-performing team to achieve organisational goals Ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements Guiding TCU through strategic transformation and challenges Advocating for Indigenous economic empowerment and financial inclusion What You Will Bring To qualify, you will need a relevant tertiary qualification in finance, business, economics, or similar . A minimum of 10 years leadership experience, with at least 5 years in senior management roles in the retail banking or financial services sector , will also be essential. Additionally, the following skills and background will be highly valued: Proven experience in corporate transformation projects and change management Demonstrated ability in digital and channel management Strong background in stakeholder engagement Experience working within a multicultural, Indigenous environment (preferred but not mandatory) In your role as CEO within a diverse organisation, the following personal skills are equally crucial. You are someone who: Demonstrates strategic prowess in planning and execution, coupled with exceptional communication ability, ensuring clarity and effectiveness in all interactions Embraces and promotes diversity within a multicultural environment, fostering an inclusive workplace where every voice is valued and heard Shows flexibility and inventiveness, overcoming obstacles and devising innovative approaches while deeply committed to grasping the nuances of Indigenous cultures Demonstrates pragmatism and resourcefulness in resource management This role is not just a job, it's a unique opportunity in a unique organisation to make a difference and empower Indigenous communities through innovative banking solutions. We're looking for a visionary leader who is not only adept in the technical and financial aspects of banking but also deeply respects and understands Indigenous cultures and communities. Traditional Credit Union is committed to providing staff with a flexible, family friendly environment and rewards staff fairly, equitably and consistently in accordance with the organisation's values. A remuneration package circa $300,000 (negotiable with skills and experience) will be available to the successful candidate. A car for work and limited personal use is provided, as is relocation assistance to assist candidates living outside of the NT to make their move to Darwin. Opportunities like this don't come along often and for the right person this role represents an exciting and unique challenge to bring an organisation, it's people and it's customers into a new chapter of their growth. This is more than a job, it's a calling to lead, innovate, and empower. Don't Wait - Apply now Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. What can I earn as a Chief Executive Officer J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarScout Talent
Chief Executive Officer » Australia - We are seeking a talented individual to assume the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and drive the growth of ATB in the Australian market. This role will directly report to the President and Director at ATB's headquarters in Italy. The candidate shall devote his full business time, attention and best efforts to the faithful performance of his duties. We offer an attractive remuneration package and the opportunity to play a pivotal role in the success and expansion of our business. If you believe you are the right candidate for this role, we invite you to apply now. BenefitsTask & Responsibilities Job description ATB Riva Calzoni Australia We are seeking a talented individual to assume the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and drive the growth of ATB in the Australian market. This role will directly report to the President and Director at ATB's headquarters in Italy. The candidate shall devote his full business time, attention and best efforts to the faithful performance of his duties. We offer an attractive remuneration package and the opportunity to play a pivotal role in the success and expansion of our business. If you believe you are the right candidate for this role, we invite you to apply now. BenefitsTask & Responsibilities The role’s responsibilities will include: Overall business planning and strategy. Overseeing business performance and operations. Identifying and pursuing new business opportunities for the company’s growth. Researching and analysing market trends and identifying potential customers. Developing strategies to increase sales and revenue. Coordinating with the company headquarters for the preparation of tenders. Building and maintaining relationships with key clients, partners, and stakeholders. Developing and implementing account management plans. Acting as the representative of the company in Australia. Managing project operations and negotiations with suppliers and subcontractors for the contracts awarded in Australia. Developing and maintaining company culture. Ensuring company policies and legal guidelines are followed at all times. Delegating responsibilities to staff. Any other reasonable duties as required. Qualification & Experience The successful candidate will have: A recognised degree in construction, project management, business administration or other relevant qualifications 10 years of experience in the construction industry in key managerial roles Keen commercial acumen Great leadership skills Strong operational management skills Project Management skills Excellent communication skills About Company ATB Riva Calzoni is an industrial organisation headquartered in Italy that operates in more than 100 countries and employs about 1,500 people. Among the many activities of the ATB group, we are leader in design, manufacturing, supplying, installation and commissioning of Penstocks and Hydromechanical Equipment for hydropower projects. Since our origins, in the mid 1800s we have contributed to the realisation of large power generation projects, supplying safe and high quality products to hydroelectric plants and refineries in different areas of the world. We have a wide experience in the execution of large hydro power projects, keeping under our direct control the fabrication of key components while maximising the use of local capabilities with on-site manufacturing and preassembly operations. We have recently established a new subsidiary in Sydney for which we are seeking to hire talented people who can contribute to the success of our business in Australia. We are one of the main suppliers for penstocks and steel linings within the Snowy 2.0 Pumped Storage Power Station construction project, the largest renewable energy project under construction in Australia. Job Publish: 15-02-2024 Job Expire: 16-03-2024 Please click to View more detail / apply . Lawley's Bakery has since 2003 been baking artisinal style breads and pastries. We have 13 Lawley's Café outlets in the Perth area as well as a wholesale following of cafes, hotels and catering companies.We are seeking a highly organized and detail-oriented individual to join our team three days a week as a Bakery Office Administrator. This position will be responsible for managing all aspects of the bakery’s administrative and operational functions, including customer service, store support, scheduling, and inventory management.Responsibilities:Manage customer service inquiries through email, phone, and in-person interactions, providing a friendly and professional experience.Preparation of Daily Production ReportsOrder and manage inventory of baking supplies, packaging materials, and other supplies necessary for daily bakery operations.Requirements:Experience in office administration, preferably in a food service or FMCG environment.Experience with Inventory Management software desirable but not essential.Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and experience with scheduling software.Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.Ability to multitask and prioritize effectively.Available for 3 days per week.Benefits:Competitive salary based on experience and qualifications.Opportunity for advancement and professional development.Fun and dynamic work environment with a supportive team.Free freshly made food from our on-site lunch bar and discounted catering choicesYou will be rewarded with fantastic opportunities to learn and experience the food industry from a baking perspective and become part of this dynamic work team. Your hard work will be recognized and rewarded with extra responsibility and freedom in your role once you prove yourself down the track.If you are passionate about food industry and customer service relationships, and have a strong background in office administration, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. We look forward to hearing from you Judo Bank Pty. Ltd. Who are we? We’re Judo Bank. A purpose-built challenger bank, built on old-fashioned values like integrity, trusted relationships and an enterprising spirit. Born out of a desire to reinvent the craft of relationship banking for the Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) market, and to challenge the status quo in a market dominated by the four major banks. We started from a PowerPoint and a bold vision to make a difference in Australian business banking. Now in a few short years, we have grown to over 500 people (and counting), with offices across the country, listed on the ASX and profitable – one of the fastest new banks anywhere in the world to be so. We’re here to support Australian SMEs with a business built on trusted relationships, both with our customers and our fellow team members. Being agile and adaptive, we are purpose built to say yes, to make it easier for our customers to get the funding they need, when they need it. We pride ourselves on our personal relationships with customers, our diverse workforce and collaborative culture. Now, about this role…. If you are: Able to lead and build your team providing training as well as guidance. Capable of adapting and building on your experience to grow within the role. Able to adapt quickly to changing requirements and priorities. Able to manage priorities in a high-pressure environment maintaining accountability. Someone with a strong attention to detail. Wanting to build and grow something from the ground up. Wanting to actively drive change and initiative. Looking to combine financial acumen with operational understanding. Someone who enjoys a challenge. Enthusiastic about developing your skills and learning new ones. Looking for more than just a job. Then this just might be your dream job. Benefits Some of our Perks: 6 weeks’ annual leave. Hybrid working arrangement (combination of work in office and work from home). Yearly happiness allowance to spend on your health, family, a charity or whatever makes you happy (not your gas bill). Education assistance. And much, much more Task & Responsibilities Please see some of the expected tasks & responsibilities below: Managing a team of Analysts servicing the Finance Operations for our Core Banking customers Working as part of the broader Finance team, providing support to both the greater Operations, Technology and Finance teams Managing daily and monthly reconciliations of our core platforms including exception detection Managing the preparation of month-end financial reports for CFO, Board and External Auditors Conducting financial investigations and remediations Examining operational costs and customer revenue Leveraging your team’s daily BAU experiences within the Finance operations team to identify operational efficiencies to be gained Evaluate the P&L outputs from the core platforms and align back to budgetary expectations Advising on new processes and products in line with financial reporting requirements Actively working with our Core Banking Technology teams across the Bank with regards to process automation, improvements and enhancements Leveraging new software to improve processes within the team Maintaining the appropriate internal controls as relates to Finance Operations and ensuring the adherence to the risk framework of the bank Lending, deposit and trust account reviews and reconciliations to ensure accuracy Bank reconciliations aligned to corporate allocations and consolidation policies Liaising with Product, Finance and Customer Service teams regarding IT development, system enhancements and financial impact Liaising with the corporate finance team regarding budget reporting and alignment. Qualification & Experience A little bit about you… Some of the skills and experience you may have picked up along the way: At minimum a Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Business, Accounting or Finance Minimum 3 years experience in an operations/finance related role Minimum 2 years in a team lead/manager role managing analysts or equivalent Demonstrated experience in managing priorities in a high-pressure environment Experience with complex reconciliations an advantage Experience working within a legislated environment (ideally business banking or similar) an advantage Australian working rights About Company Judo’s culture sets us apart… Our Values Accountability – make the decision and own it. Do what you say. Performance – make today better, stronger and faster than yesterday. Teamwork – we’re not a team of champions, we’re a champion team. Trust – the foundation of our purpose and our relationships. We are looking for people who are: Resilient | Positive | Inquisitive | Hungry | Adaptive | Passionate | Courageous | Decisive | Hands on What our team members say about us: Our people are empowered to make decisions, take ownership, and have their say. Bureaucracy is left at the door and it’s all about the team. Judo encourages all manner of diversity (including nationalities, skills, capabilities etc.), as it is a crucial aspect of our culture. Our people work hard with our purpose in mind and have a lot of fun in the process – revolutionising Australian business banking and working in the best job they have ever had If this is the perfect fit for you, please reach out – we’d love to hear from you We believe that job satisfaction is key to performance, so please include a cover letter sharing some of what you believe you will get from the role as well as what you can offer. Salary: $100209-140255 Job Publish: 24-01-2024 Job Expire: 23-02-2024 Please click to View more detail / apply . Stay safe online Cyber criminals are taking advantage of COVID-19. Be careful about who you give your information to. Never give your bank or credit card details or date of birth when applying for a job. Check if the job is genuine by researching the business and contacting them before applying. If this job ad is broken, incorrect, suspicious or offensive, report this job . attach_money attach_money Salary not specified work_outline work_outline Full time position, Permanent position calendar_today calendar_today Closes 16 Mar 2024, 12:00 AM J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarSociable Tech
Chief Executive Officer » Nelson Bay, Port Stephens Area - Chief Executive Officer, Port Stephens Veteran & Citizens Aged Care The Organisation Chief Executive Officer, Port Stephens Veteran & Citizens Aged Care The Organisation Port Stephens Veteran and Citizens Aged Care (PSVCAC) is a not-for-profit organisation that has been caring for the community for over 40 years. With three locations across Shoal Bay, Fingal Bay and Salamander Bay, the team pride themselves on their commitment to the needs and quality of life of their residents. With a broad Aged Care portfolio, in addition to residential aged care, the organisation offers community and home care, and retirement living services. The Opportunity Lead with vision to enhance the patient experience, strengthen commercial sustainability and foster a culture that prioritises staff, resident, and community wellbeing. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for the management and leadership of PSVCAC, providing strong, clear and effective leadership to the wider team in alignment with the mission and values of the organisation. Leading an Executive team of seven, the Chief Executive Officer will be responsible for: Working constructively with the Board to develop and articulate a clear vision for PSVCAC Implementing PSVCAC strategy and future direction of its Aged Care services Shaping the organisational culture and values in line with the overall strategy Ensuring effective financial management and performance in line with budgets and statutory requirements Leading and inspiring staff to ensure a high-performing team culture which delivers quality services and outstanding customer service; and Achieving outcomes and working collaboratively with the Board to report and advise on business outcomes and opportunities. About You For this appointment we are seeking an Executive leader that brings substantial commercial leadership and comparable functional experience gained in a similar sized Aged Care or Community Services environment. You will have a track record of running a high performing business, leading effective teams and empowering staff to provide exceptional client focused care services. Experience working collaboratively with Boards to set a clear strategy and business focus will also be highly regarded. In addition, the successful candidate will have; A proven ability to bring the best out of teams, individually and groups of teams, that has created significant difference to an organisation’s progress. Demonstrated proven strategic, financial, operational and people management accountabilities and skills that have impacted positively. Sound experience in senior management roles where risk and transformation management are areas of accountability. Extensive experience in managing diverse portfolios and service divisions, programs and projects within a strong best practice/continuous quality improvement framework. A strong ability to analyse data and information, identify risk, opportunities and issues for the organisation, with an ability to respond accordingly to address these, to achieve its goals and objectives. Evidence of highly developed interpersonal, communication, negotiation, influencing and consultative skills with experience in developing and maintaining collaborative partnerships and stakeholder relationships. What’s on Offer This is an exciting opportunity to join an Aged Care provider in a great commercial position, to work in an influential and critical leadership capacity, with clear impact on the success of the organisation. An attractive remuneration package and benefits will be offered to the successful applicant, including not-for-profit salary packaging. How to Apply For a confidential discussion or role related questions, please contact Amanda Halliday of The Orchard Talent Group via email at amandaorchardtalent.com.au to arrange a time to speak. To apply please submit your current CV via the link. Please note applicants must have a legal right to work in Australia. Applications close February 29th 2024. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarOrchard Talent Group
Chief Executive Officer » South Australia, Australia - Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) is a not-for-profit organisation that leads and facilitates regional development and Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) is a not-for-profit organisation that leads and facilitates regional development and economic growth through collaboration, strategic partnerships, community engagement and business development. RDALC has successfully managed a diverse range of programs for all three tiers of Government and has evolved into the key regional development agency in the region. Situated across a wide geographical footprint, the RDALC covers the Local Government areas of District Council of Grant, Kingston District Council, City of Mount Gambier, Naracoorte Lucindale Council, District Council of Robe, Tatiara District Council and Wattle Range Council. Reporting directly to the RDALC Board, key responsibilities include: Effective management and leadership of the team. Key stakeholder engagement - fostering high level relationships, connections and partnerships. Identify opportunities to attract investment and create local growth and jobs. Attract and manage funding opportunities across all tiers of government. Identify local drivers of infrastructure investment. Provide professional business support and expert advice to the RDALC Board. Advocate effectively to support the interests of the region. Ensure sound financial management. Manage risk and governance. Program management. We are seeking an experienced leader who is an excellent communicator and who can build rapport quickly. You will be a people person, effective collaborator and someone who is highly motivated to build great regional communities. Candidates with an understanding of all tiers of government together with a high level of business acumen will be highly regarded. Your sound financial management skills combined with your program management experience will ensure you deliver high value economic development outcomes for the region. To register your interest in this outstanding and rare opportunity, or to download a copy of the Candidate Information Pack, please visit www.mcarthur.com.au and reference job number J4465. Phone enquiries are welcome by calling Rebecca Hunt - General Manager on 08 8100 7000. Confidentiality is assured. Applications Close 9am Tuesday 12th March 2024. Join us to lead a modern, high-performing Planning and Building Services team Are you a forward-thinking leader with a passion for J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarMcArthur Pty Ltd
Chief Executive Officer » The Rocks, Sydney - Join the Australian Hairdressing Council (AHC) as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Location: Remote Type: Full-time, not-for-profit Reports to: The AHC Board About Us: The Australian Hairdressing Council (AHC) is the national association connecting hairdressing and barber professionals, educators, and suppliers. As a not-for-profit company, we represent and collaborate with all industry stakeholders to ensure a sustainable, positive future for our vibrant industry and community. The Australian Hairdressing Council is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals. We encourage candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply for this leadership role. Join us in shaping the future of the Australian hairdressing industry Position Overview: We are on the lookout for a dynamic and visionary CEO to lead the charge in advancing the Australian hairdressing industry. In this hands-on role, you will be instrumental in setting and executing AHC's strategic direction, with a strong commitment to innovation, education, and industry advocacy. Key Responsibilities: Strategic Leadership Develop and implement the organisation's strategic plan in collaboration with the Board of Directors. Provide visionary leadership, setting strategic direction and long-term goals for AHC's continued growth and impact. Stakeholder Management Build and maintain strong relationships with industry stakeholders, including member salons, educators, government bodies, and industry partners. Represent AHC at industry events, conferences, and meetings to advocate for the interests of the hairdressing profession. Advocacy and Public Relations Function as a visible and influential spokesperson for AHC, promoting the organisation's initiatives and advocating for the industry's interests at a national level. Collaborate with government agencies and regulatory bodies to influence policy and standards impacting the hairdressing sector. Oversee the organisation's budget and financial performance, ensuring fiscal responsibility and sustainability. Identify and secure funding opportunities, grants, and sponsorships to support AHC's programs and initiatives. Membership and Education Enhance the value proposition for AHC members, ensuring they receive the resources, education, and support they need. Drive initiatives to promote education and training within the industry and maintain AHC as a leading source of industry knowledge. Lead the team, fostering a collaborative and inclusive work culture. Set clear expectations, provide guidance, and ensure staff's professional development and growth. Competencies and Skills: Proven senior leadership. Strength in strategic planning and execution skills, with a history of successful organisational growth. Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building abilities with diverse stakeholders. Financial acumen and budget management skills. Experience in advocating key initiatives across a broad set of stakeholders. Outstanding communication and public speaking capabilities. Demonstrated commitment to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. Experience in a not-for-profit organisation or association, is highly desirable. Knowledge of the hairdressing industry or experience in a related sector is highly desirable. Understanding of SMEs is desirable. How to Apply: Interested candidates to submit a cover letter, resume and references. The application deadline is 18 March 2024. Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. What can I earn as a Chief Executive Officer J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarAustralian Hairdressing Council
Chief Executive Officer » Australia - AustStab Limited is the Australian Pavement Recycling and Stabilisation Association. It is a not-for-profit industry association established in 1995 to help provide a unified approach to the recycling and stabilisation of road pavements and to develop national standards of research and performance. AustStab collaborates across the industry working with interested parties to: Promote the benefits of pavement recycling and stabilisation Review and develop specifications and work towards their national harmonisation Provide training and education Undertake research and trials Publish technical guidelines Set quality standards of workmanship, and Identify and advocate for best practice in health, safety and environmental practices. AustStab invites applications for the role of CEO to drive the Association’s strategic plan, including maintaining and building the membership base, coordinating key stakeholder engagement and managing delivery of the Association’s priority objectives. Critical to the success of this role is the ability to think and act strategically and manage relationships with a range of stakeholders, including the member base, local, state and federal government agencies and departments, along with other peak bodies and industry groups. Ideally the CEO would have existing road construction industry experience with a degree in Civil Engineering, or similar. Other attributes important for the role include; Experience in the areas of strategic planning, communications, general management, managing budgets, financial reporting, team management, event management and stakeholder relationship management. An ability to work on a strategic and operational level. Knowledge of local and state government policy, procurement processes and specifications, and the ability to review and influence stakeholders on suggested improvements and innovation. An ability to prepare and deliver presentations for industry groups in addition to preparing technical or policy documents Strong ability to provide consultative communication and negotiation skills where required to balance and influence internal and external stakeholders Travel will be applicable to the role. Capability to work remotely in a work from home arrangement Applicants who are shortlisted may then be asked to provide additional information and take part in an interview process with AustStab executive. No agency contact please. Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? What's your expected annual base salary? What can I earn as a Chief Executive Officer? Find out the average salary for a Chief Executive Officer acrossAustralia J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarAustStab
Chief Executive Officer » Perth CBD, Perth - Well-funded ASX listed exploration and development mining company Strategic and influential role Gold development exploration with exciting recent VMS mineralisation discovery Our client is an ASX listed mining company focusing on exploration and development in Western Australia. As well as known gold deposits they have also discovered significant VMS mineralisation, making this is an outstanding opportunity to join as the Chief Executive Officer. Reporting to the board, this role will develop, promote and enhance the business, profitability, growth and reputation of the organisation. The CEO will be responsible for leading the development and execution of the company’s strategy with a view to creating shareholder value. This is an outstanding opportunity to lead a well-funded company with a quality project portfolio which maximises the potential for discovery success. As the public face of the company, the successful candidate will manage external stakeholder relationships in particular shareholders, financiers, community members and regulatory authorities as well as formulate strategies to improve the financial performance of the company, advising the board in relation to all relevant issues affecting the organisation. Ideally, your background will include being part of resource sector organisations that have experienced strong success and growth. Through similar roles, you will have attained a thorough understanding of the resources sector, including exploration, stake holder liaison and particularly business development. A good knowledge of working with people and developing a high performing team is desirable, as is a background in Geology. Please apply online at www.beilbydt.com.au/jobs quoting reference 845414 . For initial enquiries or for any assistance you may need in making your application please contact Nick Verkerk at nverkerkbeilbydt.com.au or Victoria Vieilledent at vvieilledentbeilbydt.com.au . J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarBeilby Downing Teal Pty Ltd
Chief Executive Officer » Dunnstown, Moorabool Area - The Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) is the leading provider of real estate training, advocacy and guidance for property professionals in Victoria. The Registered Training Organisation (RTO) serves more than 6000 Victorian property professionals and another 2000 agencies with its trusted market data and insights and professional development. The REIV offers a united voice for real estate in Victoria, advancing important public policy issues and opportunities for all property participants. Position Overview: We are seeking a dynamic and visionary Chief Executive Officer to lead the REIV into its next phase of growth and success. The ideal candidate will be a strategic thinker with a deep understanding of how peak bodies add value to membership in a modern-day market. They will possess strong leadership skills, have experience in effective stakeholder engagement, a proven track record of influencing change and driving organisational success. Deep knowledge of the real estate industry is preferred. Key responsibilities of the role include: Provide strategic leadership to the organisation, working closely with the Board of Directors to develop and implement the REIV's strategic plan. Foster a culture of excellence, professionalism, and innovation within the organization. Develop and maintain positive relationships with key stakeholders, including government bodies, industry partners, and members. Advocate for the real estate industry, representing the interests of REIV members at government, industry and community levels, and in editorial and social media. Oversee the effective management of the REIV's operations, including financial management, member services, events, and education programs. Ensure that all requirements and obligations of maintaining a RTO are met at all times. Lead and inspire a high-performing team, ensuring a collaborative and inclusive work environment. Key skills for success will include: Experience in a senior management role delivering strategy and, developing and leading high performance teams, where risk and transformation management are key to success. Experience in strategic planning and implementation. Proven financial acumen and prudence, by delivering additional income streams and maximising existing income streams. Strong analytical skills with the ability to read and interpret data to direct decision making. Flexibility and adaptability to respond to an ever-changing market. Proven advocacy skills, preferably at a government level. Exceptional communication skills, including engaging media as an organisational spokesperson A passion for the property sector and its betterment for all those engaged with it. Experience running or managing a Registered Training Organisation. Experience working with a member-based organisation. To Apply: If this sounds like the opportunity you have been looking for, please send through your cover letter & resume to presidentreiv.com.au . Applications close on Friday 8th March 2024. Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Reviews from people working in the industry J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarReal Estate Institute of Victoria
Chief Executive Officer » North Hobart, Hobart - The Sexual Assault Support Service Inc (SASS) is a southern-based community service organisation providing support and information to victims-survivors of sexual violence. SASS is committed to providing trauma-informed and evidence-based support services for victims-survivors and the people who support them, including a 24/7 crisis response service, counselling, information and advocacy, as well as related programs. SASS also contributes to community education, with the provision of training and workshops to schools, workplaces and health professionals. Further information about SASS is available at www.sass.org.au. An impactful and rewarding opportunity has arisen for a Chief Executive Officer to join SASS as the organisation moves through a time of transformational change and growth. Based in Hobart, the CEO will be responsible for managing the overall operations of the organisation in a sustainable manner, while providing visionary leadership to the passionate and dedicated team who are carrying out the important work of SASS. The successful applicant will demonstrate strategic leadership skills evidenced by a strong background and effectiveness at an executive level in human services or other related areas. Highly developed organisational management skills and a track record of success leading change and continuous improvement, and driving positive, supportive and client centric organisational cultures is also required. Exceptional communication and representation skills and the ability to build collaborative working relationships and partnerships is essential. This is a very special opportunity to be part of a community striving for change where your leadership can contribute to making a significant impact in the lives of those impacted by sexual violence. For a confidential discussion or to request a copy of the position description, please contact Lynne Chapman on 0467 229 445 or email lynnechapmanexecutive.com.au . To submit an application, please apply online at www.chapmanexecutive.com.au by Wednesday, 6 March 2024. Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. Reviews from people working in the industry J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarChapman Executive
Chief Executive Officer » Australia - Chief Executive Officer – Committee for Brisbane Exciting opportunity to shape the future of Greater Brisbane High profile influence and advocacy role Work with business, industry and community leaders Brisbane is at an exciting point in its history. The region has continued to evolve as a world class business, leisure and lifestyle destination and in the lead up to the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games it presents a once in a lifetime opportunity to maximise legacy opportunities for the Greater Brisbane region. For more than 60 years, the Committee for Brisbane has been an influential and independent organisation, providing strong advocacy in creating a better Greater Brisbane. Operating as a not-for-profit, membership driven organisation, the Committee for Brisbane provides a platform for robust discourse and debate on big ideas and issues to shape a more dynamic and exciting city and region. Reporting to the Management Committee, as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) your leadership will support the development of Greater Brisbane as the world’s most liveable place. You will lead the Committee for Brisbane team in the execution of the Committee's priorities and plans in driving the attainment of its strategic objectives and delivering value to members across areas including thought leadership, forums and events, research and education. As someone who shares a passion for the region, not only will you lead the day-to-day operations of Committee for Brisbane, but you will also promote and advocate for the Greater Brisbane area at local, regional, state and national levels. To be considered for this role, ideally… Job Title: Director, Andrew Wommack Ministries Aust LtdSchedule: Full Time Location: Nerang, QLD Date Closing: When filled REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:Must have completed all three years of study at Charis Bible College.Must be ordained by Charis Bible College / Andrew Wommack MinistriesMust have completed the Directors Training Program, either in Colorado or through an approved extension school.Must have completed one year at an extension school or AWM location in the Directors Internship.Must have the recommendation of the director of the Charis location from where the candidate graduated and from the director under whom they interned.Must have the recommendation of the World Outreach Regional Director and World Outreach staffLINE OF AUTHORITY:The Director will oversee all operations in their office location as well as all the Director(s) of Charis Bible College and its operations within their nation.DUTIES GENERAL:The Director of AWMA will facilitate the Charis locations in their nation, providing them with the resources necessary to operate their campuses.They will serve as the direct line of authority to the Charis Director(s) within their nation.The Director of AWMA will ensure the reporting of the Charis Director, as well as completing all reporting required for the AWM office.The Director of AWMA will communicate all pertinent information from their line of accountability to their staff.The Director of AWMA will engage in professional development, ongoing training and discipleship with their staff (AMW/Charis) and students of all Charis Bible College locations in their nation.The Director of AWMA will facilitate the discipleship of partners within the ministry.The Director of AWMA work with the production and distribution of product for the ministry.The Director of AWMA will facilitate the correspondence course for their nation.DUTIES SPECIFIC:The Director of Andrew Wommack Ministries will oversee the production/printing of all materials necessary to operate each Charis location.The Director of Andrew Wommack Ministries will provide direction to their line of authority, establishing deadlines and benchmarks for each department.The Director of Andrew Wommack Ministries enforce the communication schedule established by World Outreach designed to impact their partners and donors, as well as providing oversight for correspondence students.The Director of Andrew Wommack Ministries will oversee the operations of the ministry as it pertains to the following:Production and distribution of materials.Translation of materials.Oversight of partner relations.Marketing and advertising of the AWM location and all Charis locations within that nation.Maintaining the correspondence program within that nation.Creation and oversight of the annual budgetGUIDELINES:Andrew Wommack Ministries Directors will conduct themselves according to the guidelines of the ministry. They will be held to the standards outlined in the employee “Code of Conduct” portion of the directives as well as submit to the doctrine of the “Doctrinal Statement.” Hybrid working arrangements available between Melbourne and Bendigo Commercially focused role with a diverse portfolio Develop a contemporary transformation strategy CVGT Employment, a not-for-profit Australian organisation with a 40-year history, has evolved from its origins as the Central Victoria Group Apprenticeship Scheme to become a multifaceted employment services provider. With a person-centric and community-focused approach, the organisation employs over 400 people across 120 locations in New South Wales, Tasmania, and Victoria. Committed to connecting individuals with sustainable employment and assisting employers in recruitment, CVGT delivers various state and federally funded government programs, including apprenticeship opportunities and initiatives like Workforce Australia, Transition to Work, ParentsNext, and Disability Employment Services. In collaboration with government departments, CVGT also runs programs like Second Chance, addressing crime prevention in the City of Greater Bendigo. In the 2021-22 period, the organisation supported 9,004 individuals in securing meaningful employment, reflecting its ongoing dedication to meeting community needs and expectations. Reporting to the CEO, you will be the key financial strategist and trusted advisor to the executive leadership team and the board. In a period of transformation, you will be instrumental in identifying opportunities for driving technology integration and system enhancements to instill efficiencies in financial reporting to assist the organization make better informed decisions. As a strategic business partner, you will be responsible for pinpointing growth, and sustainability opportunities, addressing challenges, and ensuring a responsive and forward-thinking approach to service delivery. Leading a diverse portfolio, you will be responsible for the oversight of financial operations including payroll, insurance, and program payment claims, as well as property and fleet management. Additionally, the CFO plays a central role in delivering regular reports to the Board and relevant subcommittees, providing forecasts, and offering strategic recommendations for growth. You will be a highly regarded strategic finance executive with experience leading a complex finance function or a broader corporate service portfolio within the public sector or aligned organisations who deliver services directly to the community. You will have extensive experience managing financial budgets, while delivering innovative change and reform across an organisation. Additionally, you will have proven experience in leading strategy, planning and compliance requirements, providing authoritative strategic and operational advice to the executive level. You will be a collaborative people leader who is passionate, with an agile approach who can prioritise and problem solve within an ever-changing environment. Intellectual rigor, strong credibility with experience in Board level engagement and managing senior stakeholders will be imperative to your success. Formal qualifications in accounting or business administration and CA or CPA are essential. For a copy of the PD, please download (copy and paste) https://bit.ly/3Ue5oT6 To apply, please upload your CV and cover letter. For any questions not outlined in the PD, please contact Natasha Diamond on 0412…Click here to view more detail / apply for Chief Financial Officer Stay safe online Cyber criminals are taking advantage of COVID-19. Be careful about who you give your information to. Never give your bank or credit card details or date of birth when applying for a job. Check if the job is genuine by researching the business and contacting them before applying. If this job ad is broken, incorrect, suspicious or offensive, report this job . attach_money attach_money Salary not specified work_outline work_outline Full time position, Permanent position calendar_today calendar_today Closes 20 Mar 2024, 12:00 AM J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarAtlamGroup
Chief Executive Officer » Australia - Do you have the experience to provide strong leadership and direction to a dynamic organisation purposed with providing an essential service to the Southeast Queensland community? As Chief Executive Officer of Seqwater, you can bring your vision and acumen, and play an influential role in driving performance, leading transformation, and delivering the strategic plan. As Chief Executive Officer, you will be fully accountable for the strategic direction, planning, advice, decision making, and recommendations provided to the Board, and relevant government agencies and departments, whilst managing nuanced relationships with key stakeholders at all levels. With the commitment to delivering our most precious resource, the Chief Executive Officer will provide strategic, financial and operational leadership to ensure the delivery of a multibillion-dollar program of capital works to ensure our continued safe, sustainable and valued water supply. Additionally, the team within Seqwater are dedicated to fostering a high-performing, inclusive and collaborative culture that will create a legacy of sustainable water supply for future generations across Southeast Queensland. Requirements Extensive senior management experience leading large, complex and asset-rich organisations Complex understanding of the successful delivery of operations and service obligations in a highly regulated environment with evidence of delivery of large infrastructure programs Experience working in or with Government at a senior level and effectively managing stakeholder relationships Demonstrated ability to execute on an agreed strategic vision whilst leading transformation in complex environments If this seems like the right opportunity for you, send us your resume and a cover letter outlining how your skills could help us achieve our mission. We look forward to hearing from you. For further details on this opportunity please contact SelectorSydSpencerStuart.com This closing date for this position is Monday 11th March. Advertised: 20 Feb 2024 E. Australia Standard Time Applications close: 11 Mar 2024 E. Australia Standard Time This week we are beginning our 'People behind the water' series. We will be spotlighting a different Seqwater staff member each Tuesday so you can learn a little more about the individuals who help provide safe, reliable and affordable drinking water for South East Queensland. Our first spotlight is Somerset Dam Operator, Michael W “I started working for Seqwater in October 2016, through an engineering and consultancy company called Wood Group after the two businesses established a partnership to maintain the SEQ Water Grid and water supply assets. I started as a mechanical fitter in the South East Queensland central sub-region, working at places like Wivenhoe, Somerset Dam and the Mt Crosby Water Treatment Plants. I enjoyed the work so much that I successfully applied for a position as an Seqwater dam operator at Somerset Dam in February 2018, a role I still love to this day. My work responsibilities centre around maintaining and operating Somerset Dam, which involves looking after all the equipment used to operate gates and regulators, surveillance and monitoring of all instrumentation, site maintenance – generally taking care of this amazing asset. I really enjoy the feeling of being part of a great team and have a real sense of ownership for Somerset Dam. I take pride in making sure the site always looks its best and that everything operates exactly as it should. I also love working outside – it’s really such a beautiful place to come to work. I reckon I have the best job in the world, working at one of the best dams in Australia.” “Without energy, water supply systems simply can’t operate. And it takes a lot of energy to extract, pump, treat and transport water across South East Queensland, so it’s important we’re making sure we are using energy effectively. But while it takes energy to produce water, water can also produce energy. At Seqwater, we have several hydroelectricity plants at places like Somerset and Wivenhoe Dams that can convert the energy of moving water into electricity. As Lead Energy Advisor at Seqwater, I primarily assist the organisation in implementing its Corporate Energy Strategy and Environment and Sustainability policy. Seqwater has implemented an energy management system and is investigating, planning and implementing the delivery of a range of energy management measures, including progressing energy efficiency and renewable energy opportunities. I also focus on examining our operations and finding ways to lower our electricity costs and improve our infrastructure and processes, so they are more energy-efficient and reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. I came from an engineering background – my father and uncle were both civil engineers so I aspired to be an engineer from a young age. I started as an electrical engineer working in the energy industry until a brief stint in a hydroelectricity plant that got me interested in the energy and water nexus. Energy and water aren’t generally considered in tandem but there is a certainly a strong relationship between how much water is used to generate and transmit energy, and how much energy it takes to produce and transport drinking water. We have been building our energy-focused team at Seqwater over the years and it’s been a challenging and rewarding experience getting across all of the different energy initiatives and helping to reduce Seqwater’s carbon footprint to improve the organisation’s environmental and financial sustainability.” “People in our community are often viewing my work, especially in times of drought when water supplies may be lower than normal. I model and analyse water security data. The work includes short-term analysis such as using bulk water readings to assess water consumption across South East Queensland, which we publish on the Seqwater website. I also undertake long-term forecasting for how water consumption may change years into the future. At Seqwater, it’s important we obtain and analyse the data we collect, otherwise we risk missing out on identifying important information on trends and changes that can assist with our water security planning. I started my career as an industrial and production engineer and in the process fell in love with optimisation and data. I quickly became aware of the impact big data can have in extracting critical information and its influence on decision-making, which prompted me to pursue higher education so I could focus on a career working in this space. There is so much data and information available these days, but the power of data lies in being able to understand the information and what it is telling you. With our modelling and forecasting information we can improve water security decision-making by providing insights on what additional water supply sources may be needed in the future, where they may need to be located and how much water they will need to produce, as well as also highlighting any possible limitations. In helping prepare for the future, we also input variables into the water supply system modelling, such as changes to industrial water use and how these changes could impact the demand on our future bulk water supply. My team and I are often assisting our colleagues to work out the relationship between what a piece of data is telling us and what changes may occur. I enjoy working with my colleagues and seeing first-hand the value my work in helping the organisation make smart decisions to plan for the future.” J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarSeqwater
Chief Executive Officer » The Rocks, Sydney - Leading industry body Join the Urban Development Institute of Australia NSW as our Chief Executive Officer and become a pivotal leader in shaping the future of urban development across New South Wales. As the CEO, you will lead our prestigious organisation, representing over 500 member companies and agencies in the public and private sectors, and advocate for policies and investments that shape the places where people live for generations to come. This full-time, Sydney-based role offers you the opportunity to engage and advocate at strategic policy levels with state and local governments, ensuring our members' interests are at the forefront of urban development. You'll manage the UDIA NSW organisation, provide executive oversight, and work collaboratively with our Executive and Council to identify opportunities for business growth and performance improvement. Your leadership will not only influence the direction of UDIA NSW but also contribute to our legacy as city shapers. We are looking for a visionary capable of uniting diverse industry groups and acting as a media spokesperson and representative to all levels of government and the community. If you're driven by the prospect of making a significant impact on the urban landscape of NSW, and possess the leadership qualities to inspire a team and advocate for our industry, we invite you to apply for this high-profile position. Be part of a team that shapes the places where generations will live. Join us at UDIA NSW, and lead the way in urban development. Please contact Noel Rowland, Partner at Brown & Chase for the candidate kit or a confidential discussion. E: noel.rowlandbrownandchase.com Applications will close on Friday 8th March, 2024. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarBrown & Chase | Search & HR Advisory
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Chief Executive Officer » Australia - . Continue to establish a high-performing executive and management team dedicated to actively engaging with the community... a scenic region To be successful in the role the Shire of Augusta Margaret River is looking for: Previous executive level... • Thu, 29 FebPage Executive$219071 per year
Chief Executive Officer » Margaret River, Margaret River Area - We are looking for an experienced, innovative, and inclusive Chief Executive Officer to lead the organisation into an exciting future. Client Details The Shire of Augusta Margaret River is a rapidly growing area and will likely see the population almost double to over 30,000 people by 2036. The area is known as the top tourist and holiday destination in WA, for its world class surfing and coastline, as one of the premium wine regions in Australia, a thriving agricultural and dairy sector, and the home for nature lovers and bush walkers. The area is rich in Aboriginal culture and early settler history. Description The successful candidate will have a passion for community engagement and collaboration, along with a strong understanding of social, environmental, and economic issues. Key Responsibilities: Provide strategic leadership to the organization, guiding the development and implementation of policies and initiatives that align with the vision and values. Continue to establish a high-performing executive and management team dedicated to actively engaging with the community. Foster collaboration and partnership with stakeholders, including Council, community organisations, businesses, and residents, to address local challenges and opportunities. Oversight of sustainable planning and urban design, with an emphasis on genuine community engagement. Oversee the management of resources, including budgeting, financial planning, and human capital, to ensure effective and efficient operations. Champion initiatives that promote social equity, environmental sustainability, and economic growth within the region. Uphold the highest standards of integrity, transparency, and accountability in all aspects of the Shires activities. Profile To be successful in the role the Shire of Augusta Margaret River is looking for: Previous executive level experience in Local, State or Federal Government or a not-for-profit organisation. Highly developed strategic thinking, conceptual and analytical skills with a strong focus on values-based organisation performance. A proven record of positive organisational change management and cultural transformation. Experience in constructively and proactively engaging with diverse communities. Experience and knowledge to drive continuous improvement and achieve outstanding frontline services. Contemporary skills and experience in the management of physical and financial resources, budgets and other assets. Job Offer The Shire offers modern offices with a friendly and welcoming environment in which to operate. There is a positive and supportive culture with a constant emphasis on continuous improvement. The Shire is a vibrant workplace with the values of 'Respect, Integrity, Community and Excellence' at the heart of everything they do. This role offers the opportunity to make a tangible impact on the future of the region whilst being part of a community that offers an unparalleled lifestyle, meaningful work, and endless opportunities for growth and fulfilment. The CEO role is offered on an initial 5-year term with a Total Reward Package consistent with SAT Band 2: $219,071 - $340,778 . Application Process If you are a dynamic leader with a passion for making a difference in your community, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Applications must include a Cover Letter addressing the Position Requirements detailed in the Position Description, along with a Resume. To access further information on the role and position description please visit www.armshire.wa.gov.au Direct queries and applications to Jodie Choyce at Page Executive by clicking 'Apply' (ensure cover letter and resume are saved into one document) or by email Jodie Choyce can be contacted on 0410 426 517. Email applications must have the subject line 'CEO AMR Shire Application'. The closing date for applications is Friday, 15 March 2024 at 4.00pm. Canvasing of elected Augusta Margaret River Shire members will result in disqualification of application. • Thu, 29 FebPEAU Page Executive
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Chief Executive Officer » Margaret River Area, Bunbury Region - About the opportunity The Shire of Augusta Margaret River is seeking an experienced Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead the delivery of our vision and achieve positive outcomes for the region. The CEO is accountable to the Council for the leadership of the staff and proper management of all aspects of the Shire’s municipal activity in accordance with the Local Government Act 1995 and all other relevant Acts, Local Laws, Regulations and Policies. Details Chief Executive Officer, Shire of Augusta Margaret River Initial 5-year term Total reward package consistent with SAT Band 2: $219,071 - $340,778 Position description and selection criteria Chief Executive Officer, Shire of Augusta Margaret River Briefing Pack Essential and desirable requirements are outlined in the Position Requirements section of the Briefing Pack . To apply Applications must include a Cover Letter addressing the Position Requirements detailed in the Briefing Pack , along with a Resume. Please direct queries and applications to Jodie Choyce at Page Executive at jodiechoycepageexecutive.com or phone 0410 426 517 . Applications close: Friday, 15 March 2024 at 4pm. • Wed, 28 FebShire of Augusta Margaret River
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Chief Executive Officer » Sydney, Sydney Region - The Organisation This charity is a small but impactful organisation dedicated to empowering and uplifting women in Sydney. Their mission is to provide comprehensive support, resources, and opportunities to women from all walks of life, enabling them to thrive and reach their full potential. They believe in fostering a community where every woman feels valued, respected, and empowered to create positive change in their lives and the world around them. Position Overview: The CEO will play a pivotal role in shaping the strategic direction of the organisation, fostering strong partnerships, and ensuring the effective delivery of the programs and services. Key Responsibilities: Provide visionary leadership and strategic direction to advance the mission and goals of the organization. Cultivate and maintain strong relationships with stakeholders, including donors, partners, government agencies, and the broader community. Oversee the development and implementation of programs and initiatives that address the needs of women in Sydney, ensuring alignment with organizational objectives. Lead and inspire a dedicated team of staff and volunteers, fostering a culture of collaboration, innovation, and excellence. Drive fundraising efforts to secure financial resources needed to sustain and expand their programs and services. Ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, as well as adherence to best practices in nonprofit management. Qualifications: Proven experience in senior leadership roles, preferably within the nonprofit sector or related fields. Strong passion for and commitment to advancing the rights and well-being of women. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage and inspire diverse stakeholders. Strategic thinker with the ability to translate vision into action and drive organizational growth and impact. Demonstrated success in fundraising, resource mobilization, and financial management. Knowledge of issues affecting women in Sydney and a commitment to social justice and equity. Bachelor's degree in a relevant field; advanced degree preferred. Application Process: If this sounds like something that you would be interested in, please apply directly to the advertisement with a full resume.Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Beaumont People have been retained to recruit this position. If you have any questions please direct them to Alexandra Barker beaumontpeople.com.au . At Beaumont People we believe a diverse workplace is a happy workplace, and we love working with organisations that feel the same way. We encourage applications from people of all different backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from CALD backgrounds and people with disabilities. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital or parental status. Should you require a reasonable accommodation to be made for your application to be assessed we would be more than happy to discuss how that can be arranged • Wed, 28 FebBeaumont People
Chief Executive Officer » Marrickville, Marrickville Area - Opportunity for a dynamic and visionary Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead a womens charity into its next phase of growth and impact. The Organisation This charity is a small but impactful organisation dedicated to empowering and uplifting women in Sydney. Their mission is to provide comprehensive support, resources, and opportunities to women from all walks of life, enabling them to thrive and reach their full potential. They believe in fostering a community where every woman feels valued, respected, and empowered to create positive change in their lives and the world around them. Position Overview: The CEO will play a pivotal role in shaping the strategic direction of the organisation, fostering strong partnerships, and ensuring the effective delivery of the programs and services. Key Responsibilities: Provide visionary leadership and strategic direction to advance the mission and goals of the organization. Cultivate and maintain strong relationships with stakeholders, including donors, partners, government agencies, and the broader community. Oversee the development and implementation of programs and initiatives that address the needs of women in Sydney, ensuring alignment with organizational objectives. Lead and inspire a dedicated team of staff and volunteers, fostering a culture of collaboration, innovation, and excellence. Drive fundraising efforts to secure financial resources needed to sustain and expand their programs and services. Ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, as well as adherence to best practices in nonprofit management. Qualifications: Proven experience in senior leadership roles, preferably within the nonprofit sector or related fields. Strong passion for and commitment to advancing the rights and well-being of women. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage and inspire diverse stakeholders. Strategic thinker with the ability to translate vision into action and drive organizational growth and impact. Demonstrated success in fundraising, resource mobilization, and financial management. Knowledge of issues affecting women in Sydney and a commitment to social justice and equity. Bachelor's degree in a relevant field; advanced degree preferred. Application Process: If this sounds like something that you would be interested in, please apply directly to the advertisement with a full resume. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Beaumont People have been retained to recruit this position. If you have any questions please direct them to Alexandra Barker alexandrabeaumontpeople.com.au . At Beaumont People we believe a diverse workplace is a happy workplace, and we love working with organisations that feel the same way. We encourage applications from people of all different backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from CALD backgrounds and people with disabilities. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital or parental status. Should you require a reasonable accommodation to be made for your application to be assessed we would be more than happy to discuss how that can be arranged • Mon, 26 FebBeaumont People
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CHIEF BIODIVERSITY OFFICER / DIRECTOR ARTHUR RYLAH INSTITUTE » Melbourne, VIC - investment to most effectively deliver Victoria's biodiversity goals and targets. About the role Reporting to the Executive... Director Biodiversity, the Chief Biodiversity Officer / Director Arthur Rylah Institute (ARI) provides leadership... • Thu, 22 FebSHK
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Chief Executive Officer » Mount Gambier, Grant Area - Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) is a not-for-profit organisation that leads and facilitates regional development and economic growth through collaboration, strategic partnerships, community engagement and business development. RDALC has successfully managed a diverse range of programs for all three tiers of Government and has evolved into the key regional development agency in the region. Situated across a wide geographical footprint, the RDALC covers the Local Government areas of District Council of Grant, Kingston District Council, City of Mount Gambier, Naracoorte Lucindale Council, District Council of Robe, Tatiara District Council and Wattle Range Council.Reporting directly to the RDALC Board, key responsibilities include:Effective management and leadership of the team.Key stakeholder engagement - fostering high level relationships, connections and partnerships.Identify opportunities to attract investment and create local growth and jobs.Attract and manage funding opportunities across all tiers of government.Identify local drivers of infrastructure investment.Provide professional business support and expert advice to the RDALC Board.Advocate effectively to support the interests of the region.Ensure sound financial management.Manage risk and governance.Program management.We are seeking an experienced leader who is an excellent communicator and who can build rapport quickly. You will be a people person, effective collaborator and someone who is highly motivated to build great regional communities. Candidates with an understanding of all tiers of government together with a high level of business acumen will be highly regarded. Your sound financial management skills combined with your program management experience will ensure you deliver high value economic development outcomes for the region.To register your interest in this outstanding and rare opportunity, or to download a copy of the Candidate Information Pack, please visit www.mcarthur.com.au and reference job number J4465. Phone enquiries are welcome by calling Rebecca Hunt - General Manager on (08) 8100 7000.Confidentiality is assured.Applications Close 9am Tuesday 12th March 2024. • Sat, 17 FebMcArthur
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Chief Executive Officer » Newcastle Area, Newcastle Region - ​ Business management and strategy implementation Contribute to sustainability and growth Reporting to Board of Directors About Biraban Local Aboriginal Land Council Based in the West Lake Macquarie area, Biraban Local Aboriginal Land Council (Biraban) seeks to build, strengthen and maintain local, regional and state partnerships with government and non-government organisations to contribute to a positive and sustainable future for the local Aboriginal community through employment, housing, Aboriginal culture and heritage conservation, education, training, environmental conservation, community events and economic developments. The organisation holds a large property asset base with future opportunity for strategic utilisation of these assets that will provide sustainable financial and community benefits for Biraban’s members. The position The position of CEO requires a strong business management capability, but first and foremost, a leader who builds and maintains trust with both Biraban’s members, community and broader stakeholder group. This is a unique opportunity for a committed and progressive leader who is passionate about steering this organisation in the right direction and ensuring the sustainability and growth of the Land Council. About you To become the CEO of Biraban you will be able to demonstrate strengths in the following areas: Be naturally engaging, and authentic in your communication and be able to adapt to a diverse audience Experience in generating revenue through avenues such as identifying and successfully obtaining grants, recommending best use or disposal of assets and creating new income streams An ability to improve and ensure a solid base of systems, governance frameworks, procedures and policies are in place, clearly communicated and understood Excellent skills and experience in negotiating with various stakeholders Experience in working successfully with a Board and establishing reporting dashboards, agendas and action plans that maintains transparent communication Skills in financial management of an organisation or business unit A strong knowledge and appreciation of local Aboriginal issues An ability to interpret legislation and build practices that support adherence to legislative requirements with a focus on strong governance Tertiary qualifications in business, or a related discipline The CEO will be required to operate under the guidelines and legislation of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 (NSW) and maintain up to date knowledge of how the Act relates to business operations. How to apply Initial enquiries can be made in confidence to Ali Kimmorley on 49272006 or Chelsea Farrar on 49272027. A detailed position description and additional information relating to Biraban can be accessed by clicking here.Applications, including covering letter addressing your motivation for the role and relevant experience, can be submitted by clicking ‘Apply’. Applications close 29th February 2024. This position is an Indigenous Australian identified position. BLALC considers that being an Indigenous Australian is a genuine occupational qualification under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW). • Sat, 10 FebPeople Fusion
Chief Executive Officer » Newcastle, NSW - Based in the West Lake Macquarie area, Biraban Local Aboriginal Land Council (Biraban) seeks to build, strengthen and maintain local, regional and state partnerships with government and non-government organisations to contribute to a positi... • Fri, 09 Febpeoplefusion
Chief Executive Officer » Darwin, Darwin Region - Unique Leadership Role Operational Capacity Building Impactful Indigenous Engagement The Organisation Namultja Aboriginal Corporation is a newly formed organisation, on an exciting journey working with Marra people, to service the Marranbala Land and Sea Rangers. We are dedicated to developing Indigenous land and sea management initiatives, including the implementation of the Marranbala Healthy Country Plan. Our country stretches along the coast and inland in the Limmen Bight area of the western Gulf of Carpentaria. Together Marra are working with our partners as we build our capacity and resources, working to achieve our vision of getting Marra People onto and geared up, to look after our country. The Opportunity Namultja Aboriginal Corporation is seeking a dynamic and experienced Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead the organisation through its formative years. As a newly established entity, Namultja is committed to working with its partners to implement the Marranbala Healthy Country Plan and develop an Indigenous Ranger Program in the Limmen region, Northern Territory. This is a unique opportunity for a visionary, hands-on leader to help shape the future of the organisation and contribute to the sustainable land and sea management of Marra country. The CEO will play a pivotal role in building Marra corporate and resource capacity, engaging with the Marra community, and fostering successful partnerships. The primary objective is to enhance Namultja's operational capabilities, facilitate workplace transitioning processes, and enable effective staffing, infrastructure, and resource acquisition. Some of the key priorities for the role include: Consulting with the wider Marra community on cultural obligations and responsibilities for country. Establishing governance and collaboration arrangements with key partners for on-country management activities. Working with relevant entities to deliver services while building a Marra ranger group for long-term sustainability. Cultivating positive relationships and partnerships with internal and external stakeholders. Advocating for the value of Marra cultural and natural resource management activities. About You The successful candidate will bring a combination of leadership, cultural sensitivity, strategic vision, commercial acumen, and a commitment to positive outcomes for the Marra community and Namultja Aboriginal Corporation. Essential skills and experience for this role include: An Australian driver’s licence. Experience in managing significant projects or operations within an Aboriginal organisation. High cultural competency and effective communication with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills. Proven leadership skills and experience. Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a cross-cultural and multidisciplinary team. Experience in managing government grants, including budget development and management. Stakeholder management skills and community consultation experience. Resilience, flexibility, and a track record of achieving practical results. Ability to travel to remote locations for extended periods. The following attributes will also be highly regarded: Experience living and working in remote Aboriginal communities. Skills in 4WD operation and manual vehicle operation. Significant professional experience and qualification in Natural and Cultural Resource Management, especially within the Indigenous estate Your Reward You will play a pivotal role in the sustainable land and sea management of Marra country, contributing to positive outcomes for the Marra community and the broader region. This important and exciting new role will provide a unique, fulfilling, career development opportunity for the successful candidate. The remuneration package includes: Salary of $130k superannuation PBI salary packaging Fully-expensed vehicle The opportunity for remote travel on a regular basis Negotiable office base – Darwin, Katherine, or Gulf Communities Fixed-term contract to December 2026 nrmjobs.com.au/job/20020725 • Wed, 07 FebNamultja Aboriginal Corporation

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