General Manager Governance and Engagement
- Be part of a future focused leadership team which delivers service excellence
- Provide strategic direction and contemporary best practice in your field
General Manager Governance and Engagement (ref: DCCgmg0620)
This pivotal executive role will build a leading, modern open organisation that delivers a transformational strategic plan that directly supports Council’s inspirational long-term goals. To achieve this, strong advocacy for the needs of Darebin’s diverse community is key.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the General Manager has accountability for community engagement, customer service, excellence in governance and systems and driving change in the way the organisation engages and conducts its business. The role leads finance, governance and performance, people and development, information services and communications and engagement teams.
Highly collaborative and responsive, the successful candidate will bring demonstrated executive experience in leading corporate services in a complex and changing environment.
The City of Darebin
The City of Darebin is experiencing a period of great opportunity as a fast changing, vibrant municipality in Melbourne’s inner north. It is very clear in its aspirations for a greener, bolder, more connected city for the 150,000 people from 148 countries who call Darebin home.
A contemporary organisational structure is in place to enhance innovation and enable deeper engagement with a community passionate about preserving what they love most about their city.
Candidates from culturally linguistically and diverse and Indigenous backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
For more information about the organisation, visit: www.darebin.vic.gov.au
To apply – please go to fisherleadership.com and click on ‘APPLY ONLINE’ using the relevant reference code, providing a cover letter that proves your credentials against the selection criteria, and your resume to David Baber of Fisher Leadership or call +61 1300 347 437 for further information.
For a copy of the position description, please click here.
Applications close: Thursday 23 July 2020