About the Role
The Australian Rural Leadership Foundation is seeking a Coordinator: Business Support to join our Canberra team.
The primary objective of this position is to provide support and coordination to the Board and executive of the ARLF and coordination of other programs and initiatives as required.
We are seeking a person with experience in providing Board secretariat and executive support with a demonstrated excellence in providing administration, logistics and project coordination. Some knowledge of HR and other office procedures will be valued.
We anticipate that you’d like to be part of an organisation that has leadership development at its core and the greater good of regional rural and remote Australia as its objective.
About the Organisation
The Australian Rural Leadership Foundation (ARLF) is a company limited by guarantee and is endorsed as a deductible gift recipient (DGR). The Australian Rural Leadership Foundation was established in 1992 based on the premise that developing leaders in rural, regional and remote Australia could influence change across organisations, industries, and rural communities in general.
The ARLF exists to develop leaders for rural, regional and remote Australia and who can play a role in the Asia-Pacific region. As such, we see our footprint and role increasing in our region and will actively pursue opportunities as they arise and support our leadership philosophy. The ARLF supports the development of leaders for the greater good – no matter where they live or work. The Foundation takes an ethical approach, challenges assumptions and seeks to respectfully influence positive change.
We are based in Canberra with some remote based staff. We are a team that values courage, creativity, flexibility and take pride and enjoyment from our work.
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