EXPRESSION OF INTEREST TO FILL VACANCIES
ON CUSTOMER SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEES
Lower Murray Water (LMW) is seeking to fill limited tenure vacancies on the Customer Service Advisory Committee. Successful candidates will be appointed to the CSAC pursuant to Section 122C of the Water Act 1989. LMW values diversity and is seeking and encouraging applications from irrigators with a broad range of backgrounds and experience including women, Indigenous Australians, people with a disability and people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background.
CUSTOMER SERVICES ADVISORY COMMITTEE
The vacancy exists on the following CSAC:
• Merbein – 1 Member
• Millewa – 1 Member
• Robinvale – 2 Members
The purpose of the CSAC is to provide advice to LMW on a range of water and service related matters of an operational nature.
Expressions of Interest open 8 am Monday 22nd October and close at 5.00pm Friday 7th December 2018.
Expressions of Interest must be accompanied by a duly signed and witnessed a statutory declaration.
For further information please contact Manager Key Stakeholders, Kelly Fyfe, on 03 5051 3400 or email: Kelly.email@example.com
Rural Customer Survey Results
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Strategic Advisory Committee (Rural)
The purpose of the Strategic Advisory Committee (SAC) is to provide guidance and advice to the Board on strategy, policy or industry matters as they affect irrigation customers and LMW generally.
The SAC will consist of Twelve (12) democratically elected Members.
There is 2 members elected from each of the Red Cliffs, Mildura, Merbein and Robinvale Irrigations Districts, the Millewa rural area and Private Diversions zone.
|Current SAC Members|
|Tim Milner and Greg Milner
Stephen Bennett and Richard Wells
Frank Dimasi (1 x vacancy)
Robert Albanese and Rocco Violi
Andrew Young (1x vacancy)
Allen Harmer and Ron Hards
Customer Service Advisory Committees (Rural)
The purpose of the Customer Service Advisory Committees (CSACs) is to provide advice to the Board and Management of the Corporation on a range of water and service related matters.
The Corporation may seek advice from the CSACs on Corporate Planning embracing maintenance priorities, capital expenditure requirements, service levels, tariff changes and billing regimes and any other matters of mutual interest referred to the CSACs by the Board of the Corporation.
There are 6 members on each CSAC representing each irrigation district (Red Cliffs, Merbein, Robinvale and Mildura).
There is also a CSAC for the Millewa Rural District and the Private Diverters.
Current CSAC Members
(Vacancy x 1)
(Vacancy x 2)
(Vacancy x 3)
(Vacancy x 1)