Chief executive officer

JOB ADVERTISEMENT
Family Violence Legal Service Aboriginal Corporation (SA)

The Family Violence Legal Service Aboriginal Corporation (SA) FVLSAC is a free community legal service assisting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims/ survivors of family violence and/or sexual assault in the state of South Australia. We work with families and communities affected by violence.

We have offices in Port Augusta, Port Lincoln and Ceduna and provide services in the Spencer Gulf region and West Coast region and surrounding communities.

FVLSAC provides face to face and/or telephone legal advice to victims/survivors of family violence and/or sexual assault. We also provide client support services and community legal education.

Closing date: 

2am, 30 May 2015

Location: 

Port Augusta
South Australia

Job category: 

  • Executive

Type of vacancy: 

Full time
Ongoing

Salary and conditions: 

$100,000‑$107,000

Job description/overview: 

The CEO reports directly to the board of directors of FVLSAC and is responsible for the management and leadership of functions within the corporation including governance, relationships, strategic planning, resource management and business development.

The CEO will provide leadership and performance management at a senior level in a multi-disciplinary environment and create and implement effective strategic plans. 

The CEO will develop and implement systems to improve performance, rectify concerns and prepare budgets with financial oversight.  The CEO position will identify and develop business opportunities and tender for government and related contracts.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.

Contact person and how to apply: 

To obtain the selection documentation for the position, please request a copy of the applicant’s job pack by email: ora@oric.gov.au  

Should you wish to discuss the role in detail, please phone the corporation’s contact Sharyn Potts on 0412 646 935 or email sharyn.potts@me.com


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