About the role
Moorambilla Voices Limited is entering a period of change, it is an exciting opportunity to make a difference and direct an organisation that is focused on innovation and delivering an impeccable service to our communities.
Appointments to the Board are executed under a volunteer arrangement. An annual allowance is provided to cover the costs associated with undertaking the required duties.
Annual Budget: approx $1m
Number of Paid Staff: 2 fte, 5pte (Covid 2020 – 2 fte, 2pte)
Number of contracted Artists: 22 (2020)
Number of Volunteers: 70
Community Segment: Arts/Choral/Dance/Taiko/Youth/Indigenous/Remote/Regional
Current Board Size: 4, comprising 3 non‐executive and 1 executive directors. The preferred number of non-executive directors is 6 to ensure diversity of director background, skills and experience.
Board Meetings (frequency): every two months
Board Meetings Held: Third Tuesday every second month
Local Government Areas: Dubbo Regional Council (Geurie, Wellington, Ballimore, Wongarbon), Narromine Shire (Trangie), Parkes Shire (Peak Hill, Trundle, Tullamore), Forbes Shire, Gilgandra Shire (Tooraweenah), Warren Shire, Lachlan Shire (Tottenham), Warrumbungle Shire (Binnaway, Coolah, Coonabarabran, Dunedoo, Baradine, Mendooran), Upper Hunter Shire (Cassilis), Gunnedah Shire (Mullaley), Mid Western Regional Council (Gulgong), Coonamble Shire (Gulargambone, Quambone), Walgett Shire (Carinda, Burren Junction, Rowena, Collarenebri, Lightning Ridge), Narrabri Shire (Pilliga, Gwabegar, Wee Waa, Bellata), Brewarrina Shire (Goodooga, Weilmoringle), Bourke Shire (Enngonia), Cobar Shire, Central Darling Shire (Wilcannia), Bogan Shire (Nyngan, Hermidale, Girilambone), Cabonne Shire (Yeoval, Cumnock) additional areas of Tamworth, Orange, Toowoomba, Lismore and School of the Air students from Western Australia.
Moorambilla Voices Compact
The people, creatures, land, water and surroundings of the communities we operate in are precious to us all.
We all share this land.
We all care deeply about this country.
It is our collective responsibility to respect and care for all of those associated with Moorambilla.
We commit to working with each other and walking forward together in a spirit of openness and generosity ‐ and this will guide all of our interactions artistically, culturally and socially and in every business interaction we make that represents Moorambilla.
We create art, memories and a sense of ourselves and place from our stories and the land.
We always learn from the past to shape the present and work towards a better future for our country.
In partnership, and with mutual respect and understanding, we put the wellbeing of our Moorambilla family first, its people, it’s communities and its country. We do this by respecting ourselves, each other and our shared culture.
About the organisation
How to apply
For details concerning this role , please contact
Phone : 0429187090
Email : email@example.com
Please quote in application: Moorambilla Voices Board of Management via Pro Bono Australia.