Kalamunda Economic Development Advisory Committee

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The City of Kalamunda is seeking nominations. Nominations close 5pm, Tuesday 4 August 2020.

Nominations close 5pm, Tuesday 4 August 2020

The City of Kalamunda is seeking nominations for a new economic development advisory committee to assist and advise Council.

The Kalamunda Economic Development Advisory Committee (KEDAC) will provide information and advice
about the current and emerging trends in economic development and to provide guidance in the implementation of the City’s Economic Development Strategy.

The committee, of up to 14 members representing various economic and business organisations operating in the City across a variety of sectors, will promote the Economic Development Vision to establish the City as a business destination spoilt for choice with a diverse mix of natural assets and employment drivers that complement each other in delivering locally sustainable jobs and businesses.

Objectives are:

  • Promote the Economic Development Vision to establish the City as a business destination spoilt for choice with a diverse mix of natural assets and employment drivers that complement each other in delivering locally sustainable jobs and businesses.
  • Assist the City to foster strong relationships with Economic Development stakeholders, including peak bodies and government agencies.
  • Provide advice on current initiatives, opportunities or gaps in the promotion of Economic Development.
  • Provide advice to Council to guide the implementation of the Economic Development Strategy.
  • Provide advice that leverages community expectations in promoting the strengths and opportunities in Economic Development.
  • Provides a forum for sharing information relating to Economic Development opportunities within the City.
  • Provide advice and give consideration of how Economic Development can be integrated and aligned in other key informing City Strategies and Plans.

The Advisory Committee is to be made up of 14 members comprising:

  • Two Elected Members including either the Mayor or Deputy Mayor plus one other.
  • Up to two small to medium enterprise operators within the City of Kalamunda.
  • One aboriginal business operator within the City of Kalamunda.
  • Up to three industry representatives from within the City of Kalamunda with at least one representing either the Freight and logistics, manufacturing and/or construction sectors.
  • Up to two members representing economic or business organisations operating within the City of Kalamunda
  • A representative from the Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce

Term of Appointment: Appointment is for up to two years and members are eligible for re- appointment following the Council Ordinary Election.

HOW TO NOMINATE
If you are interested in participating on this Advisory committee, please complete the online nomination form below.

To submit a nomination, you need to:

  • a one-page attachment summarising your experience and benefits you will provide to the reference group and ability to allocate the necessary time.
  • Read, Understand and Agree to the Terms of Reference (See document library)

Alternatively you can obtain hard copies of the required documents from document library or the following and submit:

  • In Person: City of Kalamunda Administration Centre located at 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda
  • By Post: P O Box 42, Kalamunda, WA 6926
  • Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au

Nominations to be received by 5pm, Tuesday 4 August 2020.

Nominations close 5pm, Tuesday 4 August 2020

The City of Kalamunda is seeking nominations for a new economic development advisory committee to assist and advise Council.

The Kalamunda Economic Development Advisory Committee (KEDAC) will provide information and advice
about the current and emerging trends in economic development and to provide guidance in the implementation of the City’s Economic Development Strategy.

The committee, of up to 14 members representing various economic and business organisations operating in the City across a variety of sectors, will promote the Economic Development Vision to establish the City as a business destination spoilt for choice with a diverse mix of natural assets and employment drivers that complement each other in delivering locally sustainable jobs and businesses.

Objectives are:

  • Promote the Economic Development Vision to establish the City as a business destination spoilt for choice with a diverse mix of natural assets and employment drivers that complement each other in delivering locally sustainable jobs and businesses.
  • Assist the City to foster strong relationships with Economic Development stakeholders, including peak bodies and government agencies.
  • Provide advice on current initiatives, opportunities or gaps in the promotion of Economic Development.
  • Provide advice to Council to guide the implementation of the Economic Development Strategy.
  • Provide advice that leverages community expectations in promoting the strengths and opportunities in Economic Development.
  • Provides a forum for sharing information relating to Economic Development opportunities within the City.
  • Provide advice and give consideration of how Economic Development can be integrated and aligned in other key informing City Strategies and Plans.

The Advisory Committee is to be made up of 14 members comprising:

  • Two Elected Members including either the Mayor or Deputy Mayor plus one other.
  • Up to two small to medium enterprise operators within the City of Kalamunda.
  • One aboriginal business operator within the City of Kalamunda.
  • Up to three industry representatives from within the City of Kalamunda with at least one representing either the Freight and logistics, manufacturing and/or construction sectors.
  • Up to two members representing economic or business organisations operating within the City of Kalamunda
  • A representative from the Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce

Term of Appointment: Appointment is for up to two years and members are eligible for re- appointment following the Council Ordinary Election.

HOW TO NOMINATE
If you are interested in participating on this Advisory committee, please complete the online nomination form below.

To submit a nomination, you need to:

  • a one-page attachment summarising your experience and benefits you will provide to the reference group and ability to allocate the necessary time.
  • Read, Understand and Agree to the Terms of Reference (See document library)

Alternatively you can obtain hard copies of the required documents from document library or the following and submit:

  • In Person: City of Kalamunda Administration Centre located at 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda
  • By Post: P O Box 42, Kalamunda, WA 6926
  • Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au

Nominations to be received by 5pm, Tuesday 4 August 2020.

Nomination Form

Please complete all information. By submitting this form you are requesting to be nominated and confirm that you have read and understood the terms of reference.

CLOSED: This nomination period has concluded.