Chief Executive Officer – Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria – ECCV

Outstanding Multicultural Leadership Opportunity (readvertised)

  • Experienced in community leadership and influencing
  • Experienced in social policy, advocacy and community engagement
  • Experienced in organisational management

We are seeking an experienced and inspirational CEO to lead the Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria. Building on our legacy in multicultural affairs the CEO will oversee all aspects of the organisation ensuring the ECCV is a leading voice for culturally diverse Victorians, driving and shaping multicultural policy across the state as well supporting members, community, business and government to build  an inclusive and diverse society.

The ECCV represents the voices of multicultural Victoria. We are a community based, member driven peak body for ethnic and multicultural organisations committed to strengthening and building our community through advocacy and leadership, empowering people from culturally diverse backgrounds.

The CEO will be a person with a demonstrated ability to build positive relationships with a range of stakeholders. They will have a history of positively leading diverse teams of people and have the proven ability to oversee the delivery of the organizational strategic plan and support the ECCV Executive as it carries out its governance functions.

A full position description can be downloaded here

The position is full time and an attractive salary of between $120-$140k – dependent upon skills and experience – will be negotiated with the successful applicant.

Applications close 5pm AEST Wednesday 3 November 2021, with commencement as soon as practicable.

A CV and cover letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria can be sent by email to For further information about this outstanding opportunity please contact ECCV Chairperson Eddie Micallef on 0413 127 422.

ECCV is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively encourages applications from people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds, including people from New & Emerging Communities.