About the role
- Lead a premier Trans-Tasman membership organisation
- Champion dispute resolution advocacy
- Drive membership value and operational excellence
Resolution Institute, the premier dispute resolution membership organisation in Australia and New Zealand is seeking to appoint a dynamic and talented Chief Executive to extend the momentum created by the incumbent, who is stepping down after distinguished service to Resolution Institute.
The Chief Executive Officer will report to the Board and partner with it to develop and achieve the organisation’s strategic direction. As the face of the organisation, the CEO will lead the growth of Resolution Institute through trans-Tasman advocacy and evolve the delivery of member accreditation and contemporary professional development services.
To succeed in this position, you will offer a future-focused and strategic mindset, coupled with strong commercial acumen to grow Resolution Institute into the future. Presenting with exceptional communication and interpersonal skills that enable superior advocacy, engagement and relationships with senior stakeholders is a must. You may have a track record leading an Association, Peak Body or similar training/services organisation. Relevant tertiary qualifications preferred.
This role can be based either in Australia or New Zealand.
About the organisation
Resolution Institute is the largest dispute resolution membership organisation across Australia and New Zealand. Providing accreditation, qualifications and CPD to a vibrant community of mediators, arbitrators, expert determiners, adjudicators, restorative justice practitioners and other dispute resolution professionals.
Resolution Institute is a Recognised Mediator Accreditation Body (RMAB) under the National Mediator Accreditation Standards (NMAS) and also provides trans-Tasman advocacy and public discussion about dispute resolution and the work of its members.
How to apply for this role
Applications not allowed for this job listing.
Please quote in application: Chief executive officer via Pro Bono Australia.