make a difference
Pinarc Disability Support offers a unique opportunity where your skills can make a very real difference to the lives of people with disability. We have been operating for over 20 years, providing a broad range of high-quality services to people with disabilities and their families. We provide support to over 1,000 Victorians with disability and employ over 200 staff, including therapists, support workers and kindergarten inclusion assistants, across the Ballarat and Melton regions.
Pinarc now seeks expressions of interest from potential Board Members who would like to use their expertise to support an organization that values passion, empowerment, innovation and integrity, and puts customers at the centre of all our decisions.
Our Board includes members from a range of backgrounds and lived experiences and to complement our existing skill set we would value the following attributes:
- Previous NFP CEO or Senior Executive experience
- Marketing knowledge
- Health sector experience
- Departmental Executive experience highly desirable
- Ability to think strategically and work collaboratively
All board members are also required to complete the NDIS worker screening process and provide their individual Director ID number.
what Pinarc offers you
Being a part of our Board will not only enable you to develop your strategic and financial acumen, but also offers you:
- Stipend payment
- NFP salary packaging
- Professional development and mentoring opportunities
At Pinarc we value diversity in all aspects and encourage EOIs from people with disability, from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and those identifying as LGBQTI.
If you would like to discuss this opportunity, obtain an information pack, or register your expression of interest please contact:
Adam Rogers – Board Chair on 0432 320 272 or email email@example.com
Expressions of interest will be open until 22 July, 2022. Interviews will be held after business hours via video conferencing.
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