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Southern Inland Queensland Regional Councillor

We currently have a vacancy on our Southern Inland Regional (SIQ) AgForce Council, which we are seeking to fill for the period until October 2020, when AgForce will run its usual bi-annual elections.

AgForce exists to represent members, and the council plays a critical role in ensuring the issues important to us in SIQ are prioritised and driven hard on our behalf. 

By sitting as a councillor you will be helping drive that support, while on a personal level, the experience you gain as a councillor provides a wonderful learning and development opportunity.

Being a councillor requires you to be available to take calls from members, attend AgForce events in your area, and attend council meetings monthly.

During 2020, up to four of those meetings will be face-to-face for potentially half a day, while the other meetings will take place by phone for up to two hours. 

It is expected that as a minimum, Regional Councillors:

  1. Attend regional council meetings
  2. Keep informed on all their commodity issues
  3. Attend AgForce events in the area
  4. Form part of the organising committee for AgForce events in the region
  5. Attend monthly council meetings via teleconference
  6. Promote membership of AgForce
  7. Comply with the AgForce policies and procedures as set from time to time, including the following board policies contained within the regional handbook, specifically:
    • Code of conduct policy
    • Communication protocols policy

Whilst not Directors attracting the full application of legal duties through provisions of the Corporations Law, it is viewed that all Councillors are elected by the AgForce membership into a position of trust overseeing the activities within the Region and the Regional Council.

Expressions of interest can be made by email to Melissa Kimlin.

South Inland Queensland Regional Manager


This role reports to the General Manager Business Development & Regions and exists primarily to effectively support AgForce members, the Regional Chair and Regional Executive, promote and facilitate extension services and widely endorse AgForce and recruit new members.


Key Result Areas

  1. Collaborate with stakeholders
  2. Build and develop the needs of existing members and actively participate in the recruitment of new members.
  3. Provide extension services for core AgForce programs to members and provide support to other providers of extension services to industry
  4. Develop, implement and support regional Executive meetings, workshops, branch meetings and efficiently manage the regional office within budget
  5. Be a strong, engaged representative of AgForce with local Government, industry groups, small business, community organisations, local media and the general public
  6. Collaborate with the General Manager, Business Development & Regions, to identify viable business development and sponsorship opportunities and engage in strategic regional planning and information sharing consultations with other Regional Managers.
  7. Manage the day-to-day requirements for the efficient running of the regional office.


Key result areas are reliably achieved on a timely basis, as required.



Membership of industry networks, bodies and affiliations.

Skills, Abilities & Knowledge

  • Exceptional communicator, with an ability to consult and negotiate with stakeholders.
  • Demonstrated capacity to build successful relationships with stakeholders including members, elected representatives, other rural producers, corporate partners, government officials, industry representatives, media and the public.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of issues affecting broadacre industries at regional, state and national level.
  • Demonstrated ability to coordinate a range of activities and resources of varying complexity and scope within a tight timeframe.
  • Strong computer literacy and administration skills.

Personal Qualities

  • Displays above the line behaviour
  • AgForce role model of desired organisational culture
  • Ability to work collaboratively and autonomously
  • Strong sense of initiative
  • Confidentiality and integrity
  • Flexibility
  • Ability to act intuitively


Elected representatives, General Manager Business Development and Regions, AgForce Policy, Communications & Media, Projects and corporate services teams.


Limited authority to make public comment in the absence of executive members in line with AgForce policy positions and broader principles endorsed by the organisation.  No authority to commit the organisation to any binding/legal contracts.


  • A fully maintained company vehicle for business is provided and AgForce staff must maintain a current Queensland Class C (manual) driver’s license.
  • The hours of work are flexible and will require some night and weekend work with a minimum of 76 hours a fortnight.
  • It is estimated that at least 50% of work time will be spent out of office liaising with and servicing the needs of primary producers.

Our preference is for this role to be located in Roma, but we would consider other locations in the region (SIQ).

Remuneration is commensurate with qualifications and relevant experience.

Applications must address the selection criteria and should be forwarded to the HR Manager at recruitment@agforceqld.org.au or PO Box 13186, North Bank Plaza, Brisbane, QLD, 4003.

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