NGAA Committee of Management - Expression of Interest for Skills-based positions

19 June 2020

The Committee of Management is seeking Expressions of Interest from officers of NGAA Member Councils for three skills-based positions. Apply online here by Friday 17 July, 2020.

To submit your EOI you will need:

  • Confirmation of your CEO/GM’s support for your application
  • Confirmation of your availability to attend online meetings between 2-3pm on 7 August, 2 October and 11 December, 2020
  • A supporting statement of up to 250 words outlining your skills and experience.

The Committee of Management meets up to six times per year and is responsible for providing advice and guidance on the day-to-day work of the Secretariat and helping to develop the NGAA Policy Platform, Operational Plan and Strategic Plan.

Officers with specialist skills including advocacy, strategic planning, economic development and community development are encouraged to apply.

Please consult the NGAA Governance Manual on the Members’ page for more information on the Governance Structure of the Alliance.

For more information on the Committee of Management, please contact Bronwen Clark, Executive Officer or 0448 401 257 or Committee Members Kelly Grigsby, CEO Wyndham City Council, Daniel Simms, CEO City of Wanneroo, Sam Green, CEO City of Playford or Ben Taylor, CEO, Wollondilly Shire Council.


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