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BEING IS LOOKING FOR CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
BEING is currently seeking a new CEO to lead BEING to a new level of sustainable growth and success working with the BEING team and other people with lived experience of mental illness to achieve and support systemic change.
This role will suit a candidate who has a lived experience of mental illness and a strong commitment to serving the interests of mental health consumers.
This will suit a motivational leader with a focus on strategic planning and a desire to develop in this exciting and challenging role.
If you want to work with people to improve, services, communities and lives, don’t wait and apply now!
Starting salary $100,000 pa (above Award – SCHCADS Level 8)
+ leave loading + 9.5% superannuation.
BEING is an employer of choice and a flexible workplace that also offers other above award conditions
Closing date for applications – Close of business, 16th January 2017
Click here to download the Recruitment Information Package
This document will include the position description
For more information about the role please contact our current CEO, Dr. Peri O’Shea at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send your completed application as per instructions in the Recruitment Information Kit to Human Resources Manager, Cecilia Rais at email@example.com.
To know more about BEING’s work please go to http://www.being.org.au.
Don’t forget to address all the selection criteria for your application to be considered.
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BEING’s vision is for all people with a lived experience of mental illness to participate as valued citizens in the communities they choose.