About the Role
– Vision and leadership
– Supporting older people’s rights to quality care
Take the key leadership role of one of Victoria’s best regarded, independent agencies in the aged care sector when the well respected CEO, Mary Lyttle, steps down after 27 years of successful achievement. Elder Rights Advocacy (ERA) remains at the forefront in the sector and is part of the National Aged Care Advocacy Program (NACAP).
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO is the key management leader of ERA and is responsible for the day to day operations of a small but influential organisation that punches well above its weight. Managing a small, experienced team this is an opportunity to develop the organisation to the next level, with the financial support of recently granted government funding. Key areas of responsibility include Governance & Strategy, developing a new and relevant Vision and Financial Performance.
For this key role you will need proven experience of reporting to a Board and leading a human service organisation with extensive community links, awareness of the major issues affecting older people and their families and extensive knowledge of advocacy and older people’s rights. Sound knowledge of organisational, financial and administrative processes is essential.
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For details concerning this role, please contact
Philip Mayers / Sallie Hill
Phone : 0396296999
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have demonstrated experience of aged care, and the ability to lead ERA successfully into the next decade, please apply to email@example.com or call Philip Mayers/Sallie Hill on 03 9629 6999 for more information.
Please quote in application: CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER via Pro Bono Australia.