Jubilee Community Care Inc is governed by a Management Committee. The Management Committee is elected each year by the members at the Annual General Meeting.
Committee members are volunteers who bring a wealth of experience, skills and passion to their roles on the committee.
The Management Committee operates under a charter which sets out the purpose, roles and responsibilities, delegations, culture, membership, meeting procedures, professional development and evaluation of the Committee of Jubilee Community Care Inc.
Dr Judy Salecich – President
My professional experience includes various roles and positions in the Queensland Public Service, first as a high school teacher, 13 years as a TAFE teacher, coordinator of a Dispute Resolution Centre, and more recently in strategic human resource management, corporate and strategic planning, ethics and corporate governance. In addition, I have conducted a number of significant research projects.
Mr Mark Vining – Vice President
Successful track record of supporting executive teams in organisational change initiatives, and creating high performing HR teams. Operational and leadership experience across all areas of HR such as: industrial relations management and agreement negotiations, talent management & succession planning, remuneration management, recruitment, leadership capability development, organisational culture and change, international expat management, occupational health and safety, diversity, indigenous engagement, community relations and internal communications.
Lead HR functions covering Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, with inter-company exposure to the UK and United Arab Emirates.
Engineering trade with additional tertiary qualifications I can build trust and rapport at all levels having worked at the “coal face” and directly for C-Suite executives and various Operational Leaders. Experience gained in both listed and private companies I also was a Director and Board member for an industry superannuation fund, and successfully completed the Australian Institute of Company Directors course.
Now working in my own business, Established Easy HR Solutions, which I established in 2015 providing HR and IR services to employers across all industry sectors.
Mr Ross Beck – Treasurer
I have seen firsthand the valuable work done by Jubilee Community Care in the community so welcomed the opportunity to join the Management Committee in 2012. It is very rewarding to be part of an organisation that does so much good work and provides such a valuable service to its clients.
Not for profit organisations provide important services, make a significant contribution to the economy, and are increasingly being used by government for providing community services. The sector in Australia, has revenues approaching $150 billion or over 8% of GDP and employs over 1.3 million people. Good governance and sound financial management are essential for the sector to maintain the trust and confidence of the community.
Dr Alex Robinson – Member
I am passionate about the growth and sustainability of the not-for-profit sector, particularly in fields close to medicine and health in general.
Mr Joe Morris – Member
Mrs Sabina Janstrom – Member
In my corporate career, I have over a decade of experience as an ICT Director and General Manager with a passion for strategy implementation, portfolio management and employee experience. I have worked in the mining and technology industries, as well as State Government and Consulting Services in a mixture of vendor and internal roles. During my career I have lived and worked in Australia, Asia Pacific and the Europe, Middle East and Africa region.
Dr Jack Lam – Member
As an academic, I carry out research in the areas of health, ageing, families, and social disadvantage over the life course. I also have been involved in a number of research projects with government departments and third-sector organisations in developing and conducting evaluations of social and policy programs. I am committed to engaging in research that could inform and improve the health and wellbeing of older adults, and to translating research findings, and engaging with end-users and stakeholders, such as Jubilee Community Care and the aged care sector at large.