Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Trust board positions

Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Trust board positions.

The Victorian Government is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced people for board director positions on the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Trust, (the Trust), for a four-year appointment, commencing August 2017.

The Trust was established under the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Trust Act 1994 to oversee the effective governance, promotion and management of the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre (the Centre). The Trust is responsible for setting the Centre’s long term strategic directions, ensuring high standards of conduct and overseeing the Centre’s financial performance.

Expressions of interest are sought form anyone with expertise in in the following areas:

  • financial and capital planning
  • accounting
  • legal/law
  • fund raising
  • communications/marketing
  • women’s issues or
  • advocacy and government relations.

The Victorian Government is committed to ensuring that government boards and committees reflect the composition of the Victorian community. This includes appropriate representation of Aboriginal and young Victorians, Victorians with a disability and culturally diverse communities and women.

It is government policy that new appointments to paid Victorian boards and Victorian courts will be 50 per cent women.

Applications open on Monday 8 May 2017 and close 5pm on 29 May 2017

Applications can be made via the Victorian Government’s Get on Board portal.

The position description can be found on the Get on Board website.

For further information please contact Bridget Palmer on 03 9097 7097 or bridget.palmer@dpc.vic.gov.au.