There are approximately 62 staff employed by the Borough of Queenscliffe; however, many are part time. There is the equivalent of 37 full-time positions.
Executive Management Team
Council's Executive Management Team is led by the Chief Executive Officer and includes the General Manager of Planning and Infrastructure and the General Manager of Corporate and Community Services.
Chief Executive Officer
Lenny Jenner was appointed to the position of Chief Executive Officer in October 2008. His qualifications include a Master of Arts (Social Policy), Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Arts (Recreation).
As Chief Executive Officer, Lenny has overall responsibility for ensuring that Council is fully informed on issues and oversees the structures and processes adopted by Council.
General Manager Corporate and Community Services
Lynne Stevenson was appointed to the position in July 2014.
Lynne has a Bachelor of Business (Accounting), is a Certified Practising Accountant (CPA) and has completed post-graduate studies in Local Government Law and Business Administration.
As General Manager Corporate and Community Services, Lynne is responsible for several diverse portfolios including Corporate Services, Governance, Finance, Risk Management, Information Technology, Aged Care, Children and Family Services, Tourism & Community Development, Arts & Culture, Events, Customer Service and Records.
General Manager Planning and Infrastructure
Phil Josipovic was appointed to the position in November 2011. Phil's qualifications include a Masters in Business Administration and a Certificate of Technology in Civil Engineering.
As General Manager Planning & Infrastructure, Phil is responsible for overseeing the operations of the foreshore and caravan parks, planning, engineering, local laws, building surveying, environmental health services and the recently created sustainability functions of Council.
In addition to the management of functions and resources, the role involves providing professional advice to Council on a range of statutory matters.
Refer to the Organisation Chart to see all the roles of Council officers.