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ACFE Regional Council Members

ACFE | Education administration

14 days remaining
Posted on 24 February 2023
Closes on 10 April 2023


Flexible, 2-3 years
Bimonthly, Not specified
Melbourne CBD, online or another location

About the board

The ACFE Board supports the development of adult community education in Victoria. The primary role of regional councils is to act as an expert advisor to the ACFE Board on issues affecting learners engaged in adult, community and further education programs in the eight regional council of ACFE.

  • Barwon South-western
  • Eastern Metropolitan
  • Gippsland
  • Grampians
  • Hume
  • Loddon Mallee
  • North-western Metropolitan
  • Southern Metropolitan

About the role

We are looking for people who are able to represent their community and/or have an understanding of:

  • The interests and views of individuals and groups who benefit from or use adult community education
  • The diversity of communities in Victoria
  • Issues affecting industry in the region
  • Issues facing local communities
  • Advocating for and promoting the diverse work of the community
  • The importance of community-based provision of adult, community and further education.

Positions will commence mid-2023 and members are appointed for up to three years. Where possible, we are able to offer engagement options for periods shorter than three years. Membership is voluntary.

If you would like to discuss your engagement options with a Regional Manager from your regional council area please contact:

Barwon South-western – Ms Georgina Ryder –

Eastern Metropolitan – Ms Catherine Clark –

Gippsland – Mr Jeremy Brewer –

Grampians – Ms Georgina Ryder –

Hume – Ms Catherine Clark –

Loddon Mallee – Ms Kaye Callaghan –

North-Western Metropolitan - Ms Kaye Callaghan –

Southern Metropolitan – Mr Jeremy Brewer –

Who we're looking for

Expressions of interest are encouraged from people with an interest in skills development, those with an understanding of regional and rural Victoria, industry and business, local government, community services organisations, and youth agencies.

All members of the community are encouraged to apply, including Indigenous people, those from regional and rural Victoria, young people, people with a disability, people of diverse gender and sexuality, and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

What you need to apply

Applicants must submit a completed application form and curriculum vitae or resume. They will also be required to complete and submit a declaration of Private Interests, and consent to formal probity checks.

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