Board Nominations


Nominations for the Board of Management are NOW OPEN

The Board of Management is made up of ten (10) members of which six (6) are LMCLP graduates and four (4) independent Company Directors. Collectively, they are responsible for ensuring the organisation is managed in a lawful, ethical, and transparent manner. The main responsibilities include setting the strategic direction for thew organisation. and acting as an Ambassador for the organisation and LMCLP, defining and developing robust policies ensuring full compliance with legislative requirements, monitoring the effectiveness of our programs and activities, and providing accountability mechanisms.

LMCLP Graduate Board Members are appointed for a period of two years.

The Board meets six times a year, for half a day, on Fridays in Bendigo.

It is also desirable that Board Members attend key LEAD Loddon Murray events including the Launch, AGM and Graduation Evenings where possible and positively advocate for the program at all times. Attached is a position description, together with the Board Program for 2018.  It is a very rewarding opportunity, both personally and professionally, as you will learn so much about governance and at the same time support the wonderful organisation that is LEAD Loddon Murray.

I strongly urge you to consider this fantastic opportunity and privilege to be part of an innovative regional board. If you would like any more information on the nomination process, please contact me by email [email protected], or by phone on 0437 334 057

Kind regards.

Leah Sertori, Executive Officer

Find out more – position description, 2018 calendar and application form

Candidates are invited to apply for one of the two vacant positions using the nomination form provided and sending this to the Returning Officer before 5 pm on Wednesday 20TH June 2018.

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