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Board Director

Results International (Australia) |
ACFID Member: 1
Location: Australia | Any Major City
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About Results
Results International (Australia) is a non-partisan international aid and development organisation. We advocate directly to Australian Parliamentarians with the aim of leveraging millions of dollars in Government funding for the world’s poorest communities. We believe that no matter where people are born, everyone should have equal opportunities to fulfil their potential in life.
For 35 years we have recruited, trained and empowered everyday Australians through our grassroots advocacy program. We enable our advocates to use their voice to ensure Australia is being a good international citizen and using its aid budget as effectively as possible.
With head, hands and heart, Results has contributed to some of the biggest wins in the fight to end global poverty. From mobilising billions of dollars to alleviate diseases of poverty such as tuberculosis and polio, to ensuring millions more children have access to basic education. To learn more about the impact of Results see this short video.
​The Results Board has two board-nominated vacancies, and we are looking for interested candidates who believe in Results’ Vision and Mission, and wish to develop their skills in not-for-profit governance. We actively encourage women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from CALD backgrounds, LGBTIQA+ people, people with disabilities and others who have diverse experiences of our world to apply for this opportunity.

Qualifications and Experience
(experience in any of these areas would be well-regarded)
– Senior leadership experience in NGO/not-for-profit organisations
– Experience working in International Development and or Global Health
– Experience working in the Asia-Pacific region
– Government and/or public policy experience

– Attendance at 5-6 Board meetings each year
– Willingness to join a board subcommittee and attend 5-6 subcommittee meetings
– Serve as an ambassador for Results and actively participate in events where possible
– Willingness to build governance/board skills through professional development

Board nominated directors are appointed for a period of 2 years, with the opportunity to become elected board members at the end of this term. Elected board members are able to nominate and stand for three 3-year terms.

Time Commitment
Board meetings are held online and face-to-face for approximately two hours 5-6 times a year. Two board meetings are designated face-to-face and are held in Sydney.
Directors are sent board papers one week before the meetings and are expected to dedicate at least one hour reading and preparing.
Directors are expected to attend Results online and face to face events when available.
Undertake professional training and or director development courses to further develop governance skills and knowledge.
Remuneration and Expenses
Directors are not remunerated and professional development and travel related expenses are covered by Directors.

Application Process
For further information on these director vacancies, please contact Negaya Chorley, CEO, at [email protected] to arrange a time for a confidential discussion.
To apply, please submit an Expression of Interest to [email protected]u no later than Friday 14 July 2023.

For further information on roles and responsibilities of a board member:
Board Members and what they do (Institute of Community Directors)
Governance for Good: ACNC’s guide for responsible people

Closing Date: Jul 14, 2023


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