Employment Opportunity


  • Newly created leadership role
  • Drive strategy and innovation
  • National responsibility for mission-based commercial operations

Over the past year The Salvation Army (TSA) has been working towards joining the two Australian territories into one unified movement that will become one of the country’s largest NFP organisations. With an aligned vision, united voice, stronger partnerships and better stewardship, TSA will be able to make an even greater impact on the many people who depend upon its services.

The Group Executive – Mission Enterprises reports to the National Chief Secretary and will provide strategic leadership across the mission enterprises portfolio throughout Australia that includes *Aged Care Plus *Employment Plus *Salvos Stores *Salvos Legal *Salvos Funerals and TSA’s Housing enterprises.  As part of TSA’s National leadership team, the initial focus of your role will be on transitioning each enterprise to a National model, identifying and delivering synergies across the enterprise portfolio.  The role will also be responsible for working with the Mission Enterprise leadership team to ensure that the portfolio is innovative, commercially focused and competitive in the sector in which each enterprise operates, whilst maintaining a mission focus in all operational and strategic decisions.

This key role requires a proven Senior Executive/GM/CEO with experience in national service organisations overseeing diverse operations and stakeholders, who can question the status quo and generate new options and ideas.  You will be a strategic thinker with a ‘big picture’ focus, and capable of managing barriers to change in a values-driven organisation.  The position is based in Melbourne and will require interstate travel.

If you have the ability to combine your proven business experience  with TSA’s  powerful mission, please apply to cv@dakinmayers.com.au by 24 September or call Philip Mayers on 1800 241 243 for more information.

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