Applications are invited for
Deputy Chair / Committee members
and Director of Regional Development
REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUSTRALIA CENTRAL COAST NSW
Make a difference in your region
Would you like to give something back to your community? Are you interested in leading/contributing to a committee to motivated locals who will focus on driving economic development in your region?
Regional Development Australia (RDA) is seeking regional leaders with vision, drive and business experience who are able to facilitate economic development opportunities and investment for our regional communities and create jobs and growth.
Your networking skills will help build forums which enable consultation between business, industry and all levels of government and develop solutions for regional economic development.
Applications for Deputy Chair / Committee members and Director of Regional Development positions are sought from highly motivated and experienced people who are knowledgeable about the economic strengths and challenges of the region.
For further information, phone Phil Walker 0408 639 041 (Mon–Fri 9am-4pm AEST) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for Deputy Chair & Committee members close on Friday 20th April 2018.
Applications for Director of Regional Development now closed
Regional Development Australia Central Coast
Regional Development Australia Central Coast develops regional growth plans and strategies, which support economic development, the creation of new jobs, skills development and business investment.
The Voice For The Central Coast
Regional Development Australia Central Coast acts as an effective conduit and facilitates the building of effective partnerships between governments, regional development organisations, local businesses, community groups and key regional stakeholders - to provide strategic and targeted responses to economic, environmental and social issues affecting the Central Coast.
As the regional development voice of their communities, the Regional Development Australia Central Coast Board:
- Consult and engage with communities
- Promote and participate in regional programs and initiatives
- Provide information and advice on their region to all levels of government, and support informed regional planning.