So, you're thinking about joining the Corrugated Iron Board?
Corrugated Iron is the Northern Territory’s flagship youth arts company delivering creative programs to young people across the Northern Territory. The Board oversees the strategic direction of the organisation, realised through the Strategic Plan 2020-2024, and ensures the viability of the organisation, and compliance with the statutory obligations of an incorporated association.
The Board works with the executive team and the Corrugated Iron Champions, a group of young leaders who ensure young people influence and contribute to the development of the annual artistic program.
The Board plays a crucial role in working toward the continued development of the organisation ensuring that it reaches its overall vision and potential The Board keeps its eye firmly focused on the big picture and the long term, whilst being able to participate in, and celebrate current achievements.
We seek people who are interested in being part of this thriving organisation, and particularly encourage young people under 30 to consider joining the board. Individuals may have interest, and experience, in governance, community organisations, or the not for profit sector.
Board members are expected to participate in the following:
Monthly meetings - 90 min
Preparation and reading for each meeting – 60-90 minutes
Working groups or sub-committees – 2 hours per month
Vision Day – 6 hours
AGM and other meetings that occur from time to time
Professional Learning – each year we like to provide opportunities for the Board to develop Governance skills
Shows, events & activities – we love having board members attend events – 4 or 5 shows per year
All Board members must have a valid Ochre Card (Working With Children Clearance) as it is a condition of working and volunteering with Corrugated Iron.
For more information about the organisation or board, please contact: