Governance Committee Volunteer Opportunity

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Interchange is looking for an experienced community member with clinical and strategy expertise to join our Governance Committee.

  • Vacancy – Clinical Governance Advisor, sharing knowledge of clinical governance and strategy
  • Volunteer role joining our Governance Committee
  • Perth-based role – central Perth location for four committee meetings per year
  • Reputable and well-established Not-for-Profit organisation

The Interchange Governance Committee provides assurance to our Board that Interchange clinical governance systems and processes are effective and align with our Clinical Governance Framework. The Committee will report and monitor quality, safety trends and outcomes, identifying any risk areas.

As Clinical Governance Advisor, your role will be to assist the Governance Committee members to ensure Interchange complies with Quality and Safeguard Commission requirements, keeps people living with disability and Interchange customers at the centre of all decisions, empowers our employees and continues to have strong leadership and governance in place.

Interchange and the Interchange Board

Interchange is a Not-for Profit community organisation specialising in disability services. Since 1991, Interchange has been a proud pioneer of customised, flexible planning and services for West Australians with a disability across the greater Perth metro area. Over the past 5 years we have diversified our services, doubled in size and built a sustainable base for an exciting future.

Our vision is for welcoming communities that value, respect and empower people with disability.

Our mission is to help people with a disability to live a good life.

At Interchange, we believe that Everyone Belongs.

From humble beginnings, Interchange has grown into a leading, professional and values- driven organisation providing a broad range of in-home and community-based support for more than 400 people with a disability across the Perth Metropolitan area. We have 280 staff and provide $20 million in annual services funded through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

This is an excellent opportunity to share your clinical experience and insight to help Interchange provide quality and safe services aligned to the needs of aspirations of the people and families we support. For more information, please contact the Governance Committee Chair, Mal Cronstedt via You can also find out more about Interchange and our people and services by visiting