- Canberra & ACT > Pearce
- Job posted on: 20th Dec 2021
- Applications close:
Women’s Health Matters (WHM) (incorporated as Women's Centre for Health Matters Inc.) is an independent, non-partisan think tank that works to improve the health and wellbeing of women in the ACT and surrounding region, especially those experiencing disadvantage and vulnerability.
WHM’s core business is evidence-based social research, policy development, advocacy and health promotion. We identify current and emerging health and wellbeing issues impacting all women in the ACT and surrounding region and develop evidence-based solutions to close the gaps.
WHM is the voice for women’s health and wellbeing in the ACT. Our local research, evidence and data (informed by women for women) is used by decision makers to be more responsive to the needs of women and to improve the health and wellbeing of women in the ACT.
Our guidance supports ACT women to make informed health and wellbeing choices and to understand how to access appropriate gender-sensitive services and information in the ACT.
Working within the provisions of the WHM Constitution and under the strategic guidance of the WHM Board, the CEO is responsible for building and driving a small and dedicated team to achieve the purpose of improving the health and wellbeing of women in the ACT. Key to this role is representing the interests of WHM and women of the ACT across a broad range of stakeholders.
The CEO has responsibility to oversee all operational aspects of WHM, while also maintaining a strong focus on future strategy and innovation to strengthen and build ongoing sustainability of WHM.
Salary as negotiated, and will include access to salary sacrifice provisions.
This position is a 3 year contract, with the potential for extension, at the discretion of the Board.
Please refer to the position description attached for further details of duties and selection criteria.
For further enquiries contact Renee@womenshealthmatters.org.au using the subject line: Chief Executive Officer enquiry via EthicalJobs or phone 0410 647 151.
A position description is attached.