Location: Brisbane, QLD
Role: Executive
Bring financial/accounting expertise + commercial insight to the multi-skilled Board governing Australia’s premier provider of early autism-specific intervention & research.

  • This is a collaborative, non-operational, strategic Board of Governance
  • With financial expertise and understanding, you must be business & board savvy
  • This honorary Board meets in Brisbane every six weeks. Expenses reimbursed.
Skilled & seasoned visionary Director with commercial drive + an entrepreneurial approach …

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a lifelong development condition that affects each individual differently. However, research has proven that high quality early intervention measures can make a significant difference to almost every child’s development.

With uncanny foresight, aeiou was established in Brisbane two decades ago by concerned parents. Today, it’s the largest services provider of its kind within Australia. Offering support to families whose children have been diagnosed with autism, it provides continually updated, evidence-based, early intervention programs and practical support. These are mindfully purpose-designed so that all members of each family can live their best lives.

At aeiou, children learn various life skills that encourage independence, build confidence and inspire community participation. Carers also receive support and training to empower them to become informed partners in their child’s development.

With the retirement of a key Director, a skills-specific seat has become available on this Board…

To join this synergistic, collaborative and strongly committed Board of multi-skilled professionals, you will need highly developed financial acumen and commercial nous, with supportive qualifications in finance or accounting.

With a mid to top tier accounting firm or private equity/mergers and acquisitions background, you are market proven, possess shrewd business intelligence and governance proficiency, entrepreneurial flair, board experience (ideally with a NFP or profit for purpose), an impressive network and an insatiable appetite for enterprise growth and improvement.

Respectful, collegiate, perceptive, and congenial, you bring all the wanted attributes of an original thinker, business leader and strategist, financial ‘savvy” and growth/transformation expert. And your fine intellect is sustained by a warm heart and caring nature. Service, accountability, kindness and a deep personal commitment to social justice are all part of the personal values that you live by, day after day.

It may be that you’re drawn to this extremely important honorary role through a family connection to autism? If that’s the case, please mention  it in your application.

If you see yourself as a driving force in a movement to help children overcome the many diverse, often disabling aspects of ASD, please get in touch and tell us why you believe you would make a valuable addition to this important Board.

To be considered for this role, please forward your cover letter and your resume in WORD format quoting reference number KJBODR to apply@windsor-group.com.au or contact Kaye Jeffers on 07 3211 0001.

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