VACANCY: Board Member Position

Rights Information and Advocacy Centre Incorporated (RIAC) is a not-for-profit organisation that builds the capacity and wellbeing of individuals, families, carers and communities through advocacy and support services.

RIAC empowers communities across 22 local government areas, spanning throughout regional Victoria and southern New South Wales.

In 2020, RIAC supported more than 673 people with individual advocacy, and delivered more than 4,000 hours in Home and Community Care Services.

RIAC are seeking to expand our existing Board and want to hear from suitably experienced people to complement the existing Board member’s skill base and support a professional and committed staff team. The Board is responsible for the overall strategic direction of RIAC and operates with the RIAC CEO and Executive Team to set strategies for the organisation. The position description can be accessed by clicking on the link here : POSITION DESCRIPTION

Your Commitment:

  • Interested applicants should be able to donate their time, expertise, contacts and influence.
  • Board meetings are conducting monthly, usually from 5:30pm on a weekday in Shepparton, with teleconference facilities.
  • Once a year on a weekend, the meeting is changed to a one-day strategic planning session.
  • Appointment terms are for 2 years with the option of further terms.

See our website www.riac.org.au for more information about our organisation.

Rights Information and Advocacy Centre Incorporated ABN 42 401 261 070 is a registered charity with the ACNC.

If you have suitable experience, the motivation and time to contribute to our Board, then we would love to hear from you.

Note: This is a voluntary position.

For any questions regarding the role please contact the Chief Executive Officer, Karryn Goode at ceo@riac.org.au using the subject line: Board Director Enquiry.

First Nation’s People, people with Disability, women, and people from Culturally and Linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

 

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