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Land, Assets and Infrastructure Committee Advisor

Organisation : The Glen

Location : NSW Regional (CHITTAWAY POINT)

Time required : 100 Hours

Duration of project : 12 Month Period

Skill area : Project Management

Sector : Community Development

Application closing date : 30 Jun, 2022

About the role

Friends of The Glen 

Friends of The Glen is a concept established in 2022 to invite highly skilled volunteers to support The Glen in an organisational capacity. These areas include.

  • Finance, audit, risk and compliance
  • Data, digital and technology
  • Land, assets and infrastructure
  • Financial diversification

Committees have been established for some of these areas and meet quarterly.

Land, Assets and Infrastructure Committee

We are also seeking volunteers to provide 1-on-1 coaching and mentoring for staff in areas such as communication, management and leadership.

The Glen for Men is located on a 16ha property at Chittaway Point and The Glen for Women at Wyong Creek. The two centres have a combined asset value of over $7.5m. We are seeking people who understand property and asset management to support The Glen in maintaining and utilising our assets to best support our clients.

Skills Required 

  • Asset management
  • Project management
  • Property law

Expected Commitment 

The LAIC will meet Bi-Monthly and have some pre-reading, emails and possible Zooms in between meetings. The overall time commitment in a 12 month period would expected to be approx. 100 hours. 

Remuneration

Friends of The Glen are reimbursed for travel and remunerated per meeting they attend.

About the organisation

Organisation name : The Glen

About The Glen

The Glen Centre is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Drug and Alcohol Residential Rehabilitation Centre for men and women across two sites at Chittaway Point & Wyong Creek on the Central Coast of NSW. The Glen has worked with over 3,500 clients over the past 27 years. The National accreditation body QIP recently recognised The Glen as one of the most successful and well-run Drug and Alcohol rehabilitation programs in Australia, having set a national record for quality standards.

The Glen’s program is designed to treat a client in a holistic manner by addressing all of their issues. This means that we treat the person as a whole (spiritually, mentally and physically). We don’t just treat their addiction, we also look at things in their life that may be causing the addictive behaviours. Our program is about empowering people to take control of their lives, to live a good, fun life and to become active members of their families and the community as a whole.

Why become a Friend of The Glen?

As a Friend of The Glen, there is no monetary remuneration, but you will be part of organisation that helps hundreds of people turn their lives around each year. Becoming a Friend of The Glen is an opportunity to share your knowledge, skills and experience to fulfil The Glen’s objectives of helping more people, better.

 

Expectations as a “Friend of The Glen”

We are seeking humble volunteers who genuinely want to give their time for The Glen’s cause and are joining for the right reasons. Friends of The Glen are expected to be active members of the committees that they join. This means reading all the material sent prior to the meetings, attending meetings quarterly and actively contributing.

How to apply

How to apply

Email your CV to alex@theglencentre.org.au with a brief summary of why you’re keen to become a Friend of The Glen.


Please quote in application: Land, Assets and Infrastructure Committee Advisor via Pro Bono Australia.


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