Director Community Wellbeing - Fisher Leadership
Permanent
Melbourne
Close Date: 27/02/2023
REF: WTLdcw0123
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Director Community Wellbeing

Permanent
Melbourne
Close Date: 27/02/2023
REF: WTLdcw0123
  • Lead by empowering teams to achieve to their full potential 
  • Join at a time of new and exciting major project development 
  • Report directly to the Chief Executive Officer 

 

The Position 

The Director Community Wellbeing is responsible for planning and delivering efficient and effective programs and services within this impactful and broad Directorate. With seven direct reports, the role has accountability for leading a positive and ‘can do’ approach with over 350 staff covering aging, community & place, children & families, strategic projects, Aboriginal communities, and active & creative portfolios. Success in this role is about promoting and growing economic, social and cultural development and wellbeing community wide.

With a track record of building high performing teams, and successfully delivering complex projects and change initiatives, you will be a collaborative leader who thrives in developing internal and external partnerships and buy in from diverse communities. The appointee may be rotated between Director roles over time and will bring strength in core executive capabilities including finance, governance and strategic thinking.  

The successful candidate will have a strong understanding of local government and be driven by continuous improvement and modernisation that is responsive to changes in community trends and expectations. An appropriate tertiary qualification, or an equivalent combination of qualifications and/or experience is essential.

 

The Organisation 

The City of Whittlesea is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Australia and, as a local government organisation, we play an important role in the everyday lives of more than 220,000 community members.  We are committed to upholding our obligations under the Local Government Act, which include providing quality advice to Council, implementing Council’s decisions in an efficient and effective manner, and ultimately providing our diverse community with services that meet their needs.   

Our vision is to make Whittlesea 2040: A Place For All.   

This leadership role is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a committed executive team that is shaping an effective organisational culture and building trust with employees, partners, stakeholders and the community.   

For more information visit on the organisation: www.whittlesea.vic.gov.au

To apply:  click on ‘APPLY ONLINE’ using reference WTLdcw0123, providing: 

  • Cover letter including your motivation  
  • Five impactful examples (two hundred words maximum per example) that capture key selection criteria 
  • Targeted CV (2-3 pages)  

 

 Call David Baber 1300 347 437 to discuss the opportunity.  

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