Chief Executive Officer
- Champion human rights-social justice issues
- Enable and advocate for vulnerable communities
- Build and facilitate trusted partnerships
- Identify and mobilise new services
Together, the Board and the CEO assures the Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania (MRC Tas)’s relevance to its diverse constituents and stakeholders and guides the accomplishment of its mission and vision.
Reporting to the Board, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) has strategic and operational responsibility for shaping and implementing MRC Tas’s vision, direction and delivery of its business operations in supporting migrant, refugees and asylum seekers. This is achieved through the creation of communities of welcome, influencing service systems to be responsive to the needs of new arrivals and working to continue to build a multicultural Tasmania.
You will have substantial understanding of the human rights principles that underpin issues faced by core clients of MRC Tas. As a visionary and entrepreneurial leader your outstanding communication, including the ability to impart knowledge and influence opinions, will be crucial to building successful mutually beneficial relationships with key stakeholders and community partners. As a strategic leader you will inspire confidence and effectively motivate and support people and strengthen the core business model. This is a rare opportunity for a talented leader to impact community by shaping strategic thinking and be part of a dynamic organisation committed to delivering services to vulnerable Tasmanians. Tertiary qualifications are expected.
About MRC Tas
Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania (MRC Tas) provides access to valued services and promotes the needs of multicultural communities.
MRC Tas aspires to creating a harmonious and welcoming Tasmanian community and to foster understanding, acceptance and belonging.
Since its establishment in 1979, MRC Tas has been part of the landscape of cultural diversity in Tasmania. Over four decades later, the organisation reflects both our history and the changing and evolving needs of our community.
For more information about MRC Tas visit: https://mrctas.org.au/
To apply – please go to www.fisherleadership.com and click on ‘APPLY ONLINE’ using reference MIGceo0721, addressing your application and resume to Kate Wheeler or Pauline Gates, or call +61 3 9016 6000 for further information.
Application close: Sunday 22nd August 2021