Chief Executive Officer

The Board of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Housing Association (NATSIHA) is seeking a highly self-motivated and skilled person to fill the role of their inaugural Chief Executive Officer.  The successful applicant will have responsibility for the oversight of the strategic and operational activities of the organisation.  This will include the priorities set by the Board in addition to the priorities and commitments under the historic National Agreement on closing the Gap entered into by all Australian Governments and the Coalition of Peaks in Aug 2020.NATSIHA is a housing peak body that will give Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people a voice in housing advocacy and provide guidance and expert advice to State and Federal Government on policies, agreements, programs and standards of funding. The CEO will report to the NATSIHA Board and will have the strategic and operational responsibility of ensuring the effectiveness of the organisation and ensuring the delivery of the strategic goals.This can only be achieved by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander who has a demonstrated history of delivery in a similar environment.  You must have:Exceptional corporate leadership and the ability to inspire and create high performance and change in an Aboriginal controlled organisationExamples of strong communication and relationship building skills that have influenced and driven change at the community, senior government and jurisdictional level including members of a peak body or community organisation.Experience leading a strong corporate culture with corporate governance, risk, reporting and compliance frameworks in place. These skills and attributes must be combined with focus CEO accountabilities such as:Strategic planning and development and execution and delivery of programs and projectsFinancial management, HR ManagementPolicy writingManaging media, marketing and communicationLegal and fiduciary compliance Please ensure to demonstrate the above in your resume or covering letter as well as outlining your understanding of the issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in contemporary society, in particular housing and associated support services.You must demonstrate the highest level of ethics and integrity and be committed to improving the housing circumstances of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.Applicants must have a driver’s license and be willing to undertake a criminal history check and working with children check.This is an exciting role that will be challenging, meaningful and rewarding.This is an identified position that must be filled by an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.An attractive salary package is being offered to the right person. 200000 AUD Australia - NSW Sydney South West & M5 Corridor Rockdale 2216

Chief Executive Officer

The Board of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Housing Association (NATSIHA) is seeking a highly self-motivated and skilled person to fill the role of their inaugural Chief Executive Officer.  The successful applicant will have responsibility for the oversight of the strategic and operational activities of the organisation.  This will include the priorities set by the Board in addition to the priorities and commitments under the historic National Agreement on closing the Gap entered into by all Australian Governments and the Coalition of Peaks in Aug 2020.

NATSIHA is a housing peak body that will give Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people a voice in housing advocacy and provide guidance and expert advice to State and Federal Government on policies, agreements, programs and standards of funding. 

The CEO will report to the NATSIHA Board and will have the strategic and operational responsibility of ensuring the effectiveness of the organisation and ensuring the delivery of the strategic goals.

This can only be achieved by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander who has a demonstrated history of delivery in a similar environment.  You must have:

  • Exceptional corporate leadership and the ability to inspire and create high performance and change in an Aboriginal controlled organisation
  • Examples of strong communication and relationship building skills that have influenced and driven change at the community, senior government and jurisdictional level including members of a peak body or community organisation.
  • Experience leading a strong corporate culture with corporate governance, risk, reporting and compliance frameworks in place.

 

These skills and attributes must be combined with focus CEO accountabilities such as:

  • Strategic planning and development and execution and delivery of programs and projects
  • Financial management, HR Management
  • Policy writing
  • Managing media, marketing and communication
  • Legal and fiduciary compliance

 

Please ensure to demonstrate the above in your resume or covering letter as well as outlining your understanding of the issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in contemporary society, in particular housing and associated support services.

You must demonstrate the highest level of ethics and integrity and be committed to improving the housing circumstances of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Applicants must have a driver’s license and be willing to undertake a criminal history check and working with children check.

This is an exciting role that will be challenging, meaningful and rewarding.

This is an identified position that must be filled by an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.

An attractive salary package is being offered to the right person.

Please apply immediately or call Natalie Carrington for a confidential discussion on 0439 626 393.  You are encouraged to share this job ad widely with your networks to get the word out.  Applications close 17 August 2022.

  • Posted Date 03 Aug 2022
  • Location Rockdale
    NSW / Australia
  • Industry Community Services & Development
  • Job Type Full Time
  • Salary Not provided