SLSNSW Director Positions

SLSNSW President David Murray and the Board of Directors would like to invite members to nominate for a number of positions.

The May 2017 meeting of the SLSNSW State Council will include the election of several key positions to the SLSNSW Board of Directors for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons.

These include:

  • Deputy President
  • Director of Member Services, and
  • Director of Lifesaving

Additionally, due to the recent resignation of the SLSNSW Director of Education, we will also be electing a new Director of Education for a one year term.

All members who have experience at a Board level in a similar-sized organisation and share a passion for Surf Life Saving within any of these portfolio areas are urged to consider nominating for these roles.

This is an opportunity to contribute at the highest level of our organisation, during a very exciting and transformational period in our history.

Previous experience on a Branch Executive Committee is not a prerequisite, however experience on the Board of a medium to large commercial or Not For Profit organisation is essential.

Please consider this opportunity seriously.

Position descriptions and an information pack is available on request from Surf Life Saving NSW. Please email pa@surflifesaving.com.au.

Candidates interested in nominating for any of the Directors positions should complete and sign the nomination form and lodge it with their Branch by 3pm, Friday 31st March 2017.

Candidates should provide a copy of their resume, which details their credentials and relevant experience for the position (preferably 2 page maximum) to assist the State Council to make a decision about their suitability.

Once the nomination form has been lodged at Branch, the form needs to be forwarded to the Chief Executive Officer at SLSNSW (endorsed or otherwise) via mail to our postal address (PO Box 307 Belrose NSW 2085) or via email to pa@surflifesaving.com.au. by 3pm, Thursday 6th April 2017.

Thank you for helping us to position our great organisation for the next 100 years.