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Make a difference and join the Community Wellbeing Advisory Committee

Make a difference and join the Community Wellbeing Advisory Committee

Armidale Regional Council is seeking dynamic applications from individuals or community groups for the formation of the Community Wellbeing Advisory Committee.

The committee will be responsible for lobbying and advocating on issues affecting our community. The Committee’s aim is to create an inclusive and supported community which protects the most vulnerable, and improves wellbeing outcomes across the region. The Committee will be responsible for gathering and analysing local evidence to identify priority areas, developing an annual Community Wellbeing Action Plan, developing local partnerships, and creating a collaborative health and wellbeing network. This committee will make recommendations to Council and provide input into the strategic plan of Armidale Regional Council.

We invite connected and passionate community members across the region to apply by;
Completing the Community Wellbeing Advisory Membership Application Form, and reading the Community Wellbeing Advisory Committee Terms of Reference,
Both of which are available online at www.armidaleregional.nsw.gov.au search for ‘Committees’ or at Council’s Administration Buildings in Armidale or Guyra.

Your application should be addressed to Mr Lindsay Woodland, Interim CEO, Armidale Regional Council, PO Box 75A, Armidale NSW 2350, or emailed to council@armidale.nsw.gov.au

Further enquiries relating to the committee may be directed to the Interim Program Leader – Community Services, Ms Aimee Hutton, on 02 6770 3678 or ahutton@armidale.nsw.gov.au Applications close 5pm Friday 6 July 2018

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