MTI – Business & Network Development Manager – Position Available

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The Murrindindi Training Institute (MTI) is an innovative concept creating a centre of excellence for a range of different qualifications. Employers from various sectors, local government and adult further education are cooperating to offer courses in identified areas. The core focus is currently Outdoor Leadership with future disciplines being developed in collaboration with the relevant sectors. MTI is a company limited by guarantee, located in Alexandra, Victoria and governed by a Board which has representation from the Alexandra District Hospital (ADH), Central Ranges Local Learning and Employment Network (CRLLEN), Continuing Education and Arts Centre of Alexandra (CEACA), a number of employers and associations in the Outdoor Education sector and Murrindindi community.

Advancing Country Towns (ACT) is a Victorian Government state wide initiative across nine locations with one location identified as the towns of Alexandra, Eildon and Thornton. Its purpose is to bring local knowledge and government resources together to develop solutions to the challenges faced in small rural communities. It is focused on achieving key benefits across a range of areas with a key initiative identified as Skills Training and Workforce Development.

The Business and Network Development Manager is a new position which offers the successful applicant a unique opportunity to establish and further develop the role as part of the sustainable future of the organisation. The role encompasses two complementary components:  business development management and network coordination.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right person to demonstrate their ability to grow and develop an organisation and make a real difference to local business and community.

For more information on the application process please view the Business and Network Development Manager Position Description

Applications close on at 9.00am on Monday 25th of February 2013.

Enquiries regarding the position may be made to Rowena Naufal, telephone 0400 182 518.

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