Local Advisory Groups
Regional Local Community Advisory Groups provide strategic advice to our local Boards around matters relating to our customers and stakeholders.
Local Community Advisory Groups ensure we meet our community's needs and are a legislative requirement under the Local Land Services Act 2013.
Western Local Land Services and the Western Local Board seek input and advice from advisory groups to help shape its strategic direction.
These industry-specific groups incorporate members with varying backgrounds from throughout the Western region who all bring different skills, experiences and qualities to their roles.
The advisory groups that provide advice on projects and programs are:
- Weeds Advisory Committee
- Regional Pest Animal Committee
- Kangaroo Management Taskforce
- Agricultural Services and Natural Resource Management Advisory Group
- Aboriginal Community Advisory Group.
Calls for expression of interest
Western Local Land Services is currently recruiting members for the Agricultural Services and Natural Resource Management Advisory Group and Aboriginal Community Advisory Group.
Interested landholders and community members with a background or knowledge in agricultural services and natural resource management, along with members of the Aboriginal community, are invited to submit an expression of interest to join their relevant group.
It is recommended that interested parties read the below documents prior to applying:
- Agricultural Services and Natural Resource Management - role outline
- Agricultural Services and Natural Resource Management - draft terms of reference
- Aboriginal Community Advisory Group - draft terms of reference
- Agricultural Services and Natural Resource Management - expression of interest
- Aboriginal Community Advisory Group - expression of interest.
*Note the terms of reference of both groups are currently in draft form and will be confirmed by each group at its first meeting.
Expressions of interest for both the Agricultural Services and Natural Resource Management Advisory Group and Aboriginal Community Advisory Group are due by Friday, 16 November 2018.
For more information about the Advisory Groups, contact Operations Manager, Andrew Hull on (03) 5021 9449 or via email.