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Our RASNZ CEO for the past 8 years, Gary E. Poole, is moving overseas to accept a new role in Queensland from early May.  RASNZ today is a strong, diverse and vibrant organisation carrying out vital work in the refugee health field and enjoys a national and even international reputation.  The RASNZ  Board is now recruiting for the right person who will lead the organisation as successfully over the coming period ahead.  This person will be highly skilled and experienced,  and also a visionary leader who will consolidate what has been achieved, and respond to the needs of the future.  Most importantly, the CEO will continue to place grassroots refugee needs and our communities and stakeholders at the centre of all our thinking and our services.  Applications from well-qualified persons from refugee backgrounds will be welcomed.  The appointee will need to work closely with senior government officials, refugee settlement providers and highly diverse CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse) communities and multiple stakeholders.

If you know someone who is qualified to fulfil the requirements of this key leadership role, then applications are open until 21 April, 2015 and posted on SEEK and elsewhere.  

The POSITION DESCRIPTION and Person Specifications may be accessed via this link.   

RASNZ Chairman of the Board

Hon A.G. Aussie Malcolm



Safe in his father's arms.

A Syrian refugee holds his baby son in a refugee camp in Iraq. Sadly, as the Syrian conflict enters its 5th year, refugees are enduring worsening conditions.

Photo: UNHCR/A.McConnell




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