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Gippsland Anglican Retirement Living Ltd

http://www.cliftonwatersvillage.org.au

Annual Budget: $250,001-$750,000
Number of Paid Staff: 4 - 10
Number of Volunteers: 6-20
Community Segment: Shelter & Residential Care

Current Board Size: 8-12
Board Meetings (frequency): Monthly
Board Meetings Held: During Day
State where Board Meetings Held: Victoria
Local Government Area:

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Gippsland Anglican Retirement Living Limited is seeking to appoint up to three non-executive directors to its Board

Gippsland Anglican Retirement Living Limited [GARLL] is a public, not-for-profit and benevolent company that manages retirement villages at Clifton Waters Village in Wy Yung and Botterill Court in Morwell. The Anglican Diocese of Gippsland owns these villages.

GARLL manages operations and development at both villages; the more major Clifton Waters Village is located in Wy Yung and has 88 independent 1-2 bedroom homes, which are set in an open park like environment fronting the picturesque Clifton Creek. The Company seeks to provide affordable retirement living and plans to develop approximately 40 new units over-looking Clifton Creek and within the existing Clifton Waters Village.

The GARLL Board sees its role as guiding management of current and future activities in a cost effective manner while supporting a socially-cohesive and safe community and planning for major expansion of the Clifton Waters Village. The Board recognizes the challenge of developing a premium site in a market with growing expectations versus the Company’s benevolent objectives.

The Board is looking to supplement its skills mix and is seeking candidates with backgrounds in:

  • accounting/financing, or
  • development/town planning, or
  • home care services and social welfare.

Candidates should also possess a wider range of skills, which might include business acumen, corporate governance, communication, marketing, change management, and OHS and risk management. A major ongoing Board challenge is how to balance our benevolent objectives against building a robust, sustainable long-term, not-for-profit business that provides a friendly, comfortable and safe environment for current and future Village residents. These positions are community service roles with no remuneration other than satisfaction in serving others.


Role: General Board Member
Area of Expertise Being Sought: Accounting, Auditing, Banking & Financial Services, Business, Consulting, Strategy & Development, Ethics, Fundraising
Targeting: Females, Seniors/Retired People

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