Search begins for LLS statewide board chair

NSW Local Land Services seeking applications for vacant statewide board chair position

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The position became available earlier this month after long-time chair Richard Bull (pictured) vacated the role.

The position became available earlier this month after long-time chair Richard Bull (pictured) vacated the role.

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Applications for the position close on May 9.

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APPLICATIONS are now open for the vacant chair position of the NSW Local Land Services (LLS) statewide board.

The statewide board governs the entirety of LLS and is comprised by the chair as well as chairs of the 11 LLS boards from across the state.

The position was made vacant after long-serving chair Richard Bull retired earlier this month.

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The successful applicant is described as being passionate, innovative and highly experienced.

LLS director Carolyn Raine said recruiting a diverse range of strong candidates was essential.

"The statewide chair plays a pivotal role at LLS," Ms Raine said.

"They will be responsible for driving the strategic direction and vision of the organisation, while working closely with the chairs of our 11 local boards.

"The successful candidate will thrive providing constructive and cohesive guidance to the organisation, ensuring the delivery of our local services meet the needs of landholders across NSW.

"After bushfires, drought and floods, landholders have a long road to recovery, so it is important our organisation is in the best strategic position to not only provide support, but help grow agricultural productivity and healthy environments."

As part of the LLS' succession plan, the statewide board is set for up to four years.

"We are encouraging candidates from all walks of life to apply, who can help set the strategic direction of LLS for years to come," Ms Raine said.

Applications close at 5pm, May 9.

For more information visit www.lls.nsw.gov.au/chair-recruitment

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