Apply now – WiBF State Leadership Committees

By Jen Dalitz

16 Sep 2019

An exciting opportunity exists for passionate and proactive WiBF members to join a WiBF State Leadership Committee (“SLC”) in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria or Western Australia. Please read on for more information, and you can also view a recording of our webinar which explains what the members of the SLCs can expect.

Membership of each SLC will consist of employees of WiBF Corporate Members and Individual Members of WiBF who will support the WiBF executive team and Board by providing local leadership and direction on WiBF programs and member engagement, and provide on the ground logistical support at local WiBF events.

We are delighted to invite members interested in the advancement of Women in Banking and Finance, and the future of the sector, to get involved and nominate for an SLC position.

Members of each SLC will be excited about furthering the objectives of WiBF in their local states, and will offer fresh perspectives and new ideas to empower members of our network to accelerate change across the banking and finance sector.

Members of the SLC will play an active role in the leadership of WiBF, will be instrumental in the design and delivery of local WiBF events, and support the WiBF executive team and Board in achieving its strategic objectives.

The founding members of the SLCs will hold their position for two years in the first instance, with the opportunity to apply for a further term thereafter.

ACCOUNTABILITIES

KEY SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND COMPETENCIES

SLC PARTICIPATION

SLC members will be members of WiBF and operate in accordance with the SLC Charter (as adopted by WiBF from time to time). SLC meetings are held monthly by zoom meeting and there is an annual Strategy Day. There is an expectation that SLC Members attend all SLC meetings to fulfil the requirements of the role.

This is a voluntary role and service on the SLC is without remuneration except for administrative support, travel and accommodation costs in relation to SLC member duties. There is no set number of hours that a SLC member will contribute to WiBF, however it is expected that individual SLC members will commit sufficient time to ensure they meet any commitments they have agreed to as part of their agreed role.

TO APPLY
To apply for this opportunity, please email a copy of your CV and a short cover letter including the reasons for your interest in the role, relevant experience and any previous involvement with WiBF (if applicable) to the WiBF CEO, Jen Dalitz, via email to mail@wibf.org.au.

Applications will be open until 15th October 2019 or until all roles are filled.