3 Bridges Community is one of the largest independent community organisations in South Eastern Sydney. They offer a wide range of services across Sydney’s Inner West, South East and Southern regions to ‘all age’ client groups.
The strategic objectives for the next 3 years are: Connect Communities | Reframe Ageing | Walk alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people | Innovate for independence | Organisational capacity. These objectives will inform service delivery by staff and volunteers across youth and community, disability, aged care, out of hours school care and services by and for Aboriginal communities.
This role is ideal for a leader with vision around the needs of the community, sound business acumen and the ability to build the organisational capacity needed for future growth. The Board is dedicated to a culture that is people centred and the CEO will be supported to continue to build on staff engagement and provide the best working environment possible for staff. You will:
- Represent 3Bridges and its mission, programs and services to relevant stakeholders and the general public to increase its visibility and impact in the community
- Ensure that quality services are delivered to meet changing community needs and expectations and in accordance with funding body requirements
- Act as a strong advocate for the organisation’s strategic agenda and encourage creativity, innovation and ideas to inform the direction of the organisation and its services
- Provide strategic input into the organisation’s business development, including identifying opportunities for growth such as future mergers, new value-added partnerships, social enterprises and new or expanded services and funding
- Attract, retain, motivate and inspire talented and enthusiastic staff and volunteers and maintain an empowering environment for direct reports
- Build organisational capacity and resources that enable staff and volunteers to operate effectively in serving the community
- Extensive leadership experience in a senior executive capacity with demonstrated ability to lead a complex service provider in a dynamic environment
- Knowledge of the community sector, including key reforms and their potential impact
- Demonstrated capacity to successfully lead and manage organisational development
- Exceptional communication and people management skills, with the ability to shape and improve culture
- Solid financial management skills and experience
- Demonstrated ability to develop new funding/income streams and capitalise on growth opportunities consistent with strategic priorities
- Post graduate qualifications in business, management or related field
To apply for the role please upload your resume and a response to the essential criteria with examples that evidence your experience in meeting the criteria via the APPLY button.
To request an information pack or if you have any questions please email Liska Turner at email@example.com
Closing date 6 September 2020. Successful applicants will be contacted for interview.
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