- High impact leadership role
- Champion high performance and transformation
- Deliver value for customers and communities
Western Water is a regional water corporation servicing rapidly growing precincts in Victoria and addressing the challenges of climate change. The organisation is delivering resilient, cost effective water services and leveraging partnerships and technology to create an exciting future.
The Managing Director will provide executive leadership and strategic direction for a multi-disciplinary business that operates in a complex resources and regulatory environment. The role requires effectively integrating economic, environmental and social objectives into business operations.
Reporting to the Board, you will bring a proven track record of executive leadership, strategic foresight, commercial acumen and continuous improvement. Key to your success will be a highly collaborative approach and superior stakeholder and community consultation skills. You will be capable of enhancing a positive organisational culture and have a strong alignment to the organisation’s values. Experience in integrated resource management will be advantageous and tertiary qualifications are expected with the seniority of this role.
Western Water provides water, recycled water and sewerage services across a substantial region to the north-west of Melbourne for over 69,000 connected properties and a population of around 160,000. Western Water aims to deliver value for customers through responsive services and by contributing to a liveable and viable region. The organisation’s Strategic Plan outlines the intention for the next ten years and how to address the challenges and opportunities faced in the provision of water, recycled water and sewerage services to the region.
For more information visit www.westernwater.com.au
To apply – please go click on ‘APPLY ONLINE’ using reference WWAmgd0918, addressing your cover letter and resume to Eilish Devine or David Baber, of Fisher Leadership, or call +61 1300 347 437 for further information.