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Australian Dental Health Foundation - Advisory Board Members

Full Time

Educator

Description

The Australian Dental Health Foundation (ADHF) is seeking to recruit and appoint suitably experienced and skilled people to be part of its Advisory Board. If you have the experience and motivation and time to commit to the Foundation, we would love to hear from you.All positions are voluntary.
 
Founded in 2008 and originally called the ADA Foundation, the ADHF was rebranded to the Australian Dental Health Foundation after merging with the National Dental Foundation in 2017. The ADHF activities include funding programmes that deliver essential dental treatment to disadvantaged Australians who cannot easily access or afford dental care, community based Indigenous Study Grants and oral health education projects.
 
Further information about the Foundation is available at www.adhf.org.au

To Apply
Applications should include:
  • A brief covering letter that demonstrates the strengths and skills in governance, philanthropy and fundraising you will bring to the Board
  • A brief current resume (max 2 pages)
  • Contact details for at least two referees
Confidential applications should be sent to Sheree Stiff [email protected] with subject: Name, ADHF Board member application

Applications close:  COB Friday 16 October 2020

We thank all candidates for their interest, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Skills and experience

Board Governance and Prerequisites
 
All Board members should have:
  • The skills and ability to contribute to the strategic direction of the Foundation.
  • The ability to contribute to the Foundation’s profile and growth through leveraging their existing networks and helping to develop new ones.
  • Highly developed communication skills and the ability to work with a range of stakeholders.
  • An excellent understanding and experience of good practice relating to governance of organisations.
  • Experience and skillset in philanthropy including donating time to charitable causes as well as improving the wellbeing of the community; and
  • Preferably exposure to NFP sector.
 Responsibilities include:
  • Attending and making significant contributions to Advisory Board meetings and other key activities.
  • Provide expertise in the Advisory Board’s decision making; and
  • Ensure that decisions reflect and enhance the Foundation’s Purposes, Strategic Plan, governance practices, financial position, and legal obligations.
  • Posted 23 September 2020
  • St Leonards, NSW
  • Private

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