ICLA works across three distinct sectors: mental health, disability and community housing, and this role is an opportunity to bring your strategic direction to a focused and highly capable Executive Management Group.
Put simply you will be leading an organisation that lives its values in all it does, is not risk adverse and supports sustainable growth.
The CEO will build and maintain a strong business that will provide the greatest foundation possible for maintaining and creating good client outcomes with a particular focus on:
- Services that meet the needs and choices of those they serve, based on ICLA's core principles of independence, choice, control and participation
- Successful implementation of innovative strategies to support ICLA's vision to expand with new services for more people
- ICLA's purpose, values, mission, vision and culture are the foundation for the actions of all staff, volunteers and board
- Revenue growth in line with the expansion of services and comes from new, more diverse and sustainable sources
- Best practice leadership, governance, compliance and risk management across the organisation and services
To be successful in this role you will meet the following criteria:
- At least five years experience in a senior leadership role in a similar organisation, such as mental health or disability services with qualifications relevant to the sector and ICLA’s core services
- Significant experience in the development and implementation of strategic plans, and in scaling-up service delivery, ideally experience in working with a non-executive, for-purpose board
- The ability to champion a vision and able to effectively manage stakeholders and conflicting priorities
- Be skilled at financial analysis and understand financial reports, governance and management systems
- Experience in leading high performing teams, able to recognize and leverage the skills of others and implement cultural change in the context of improving services
- A track record of sourcing funding from a variety of sources and able to operate effectively within the NDIS environment
- Integrated person-centred practice and standardised service development with an understanding of contemporary practice
- Ideally, advocacy at the sector level and on behalf of an organisation and understand how policy is created and how to influence policy
To apply please provide a copy of your current resume and a cover letter explaining why you want to lead ICLA and how your experience will deliver on the role’s primary objectives via the APPLY button.
If you have any questions or to request a comprehensive information pack please email Liska Turner at email@example.com
Closing date 17 January 2021. Successful applicants will be contacted for interview.
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