The Board is leading NCIG from a successful foundation-building phase into mature ongoing operation. NCIG is proudly playing a leading role in the emerging national collaboration that will deliver coordinated genomics research, data infrastructure and clinical delivery.
Three vacancies have opened as a result of rotational retirement and the creation of a new 10th seat.
NCIG is seeking candidates with suitable expertise in one or more of the following areas:
- Corporate governance
- Risk management
- Policy development
- Business development and strategy
- Fundraising for research
- Government relations
To maintain the Board's Indigenous majority, all appointees will be Indigenous.
We are seeking skilled, and committed people who can complement the Board's existing expertise in science, medicine, research, ethics, and community engagement and consultation with strong corporate management and risk management perspectives.
The requirement for a broad and sustainable funding base is perpetual. People who can advise and assist in our programs of advocacy and communication to government and supporters, and in strategies for fundraising, are sought.
Read more about NCIG and the role of the Board, and how to submit an Expression of Interest here.