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Logan and Redlands Skills Needs

Priority 1: Economic Participation/Integration

Address regional economic disadvantage and participation issues; Support Logan City of Choice Initiative and Redland Council 2030 Plan priorities.

What skills/experience will be needed from future committee members to achieve this priority?

  • employment policy/programming, academic experience.
  • government/NGO connections.
  • community renewal.
  • justice/law enforcement.
  • social enterprise/economic development.
  • philanthropy and financing.

Priority 2: Infrastructure/Connectivity

Partnerships to facilitate new urban areas; Priority Declared Areas; priority centers/precincts; support key infrastructure and services.

What skills/experience will be needed from future committee members to achieve this priority?

  • development/planning skills and industry connections.
  • infrastructure background.
  • state/federal government connections.

Priority 3: Economic consolidation

Regional economic development focusing on the digital economy; education, medical, tourism and social enterprise development.

What skills/experience will be needed from future committee members to achieve this priority?

  • business planning.
  • business incubation/start-ups/financing.
  • digital economy/health/education experience.
  • government connections.
  • economic qualifications.
  • academic qualifications and connections.

Geography

Is geographic representation important to achieve the RDA committee's priorities?

No.

Other Comments

Those wishing to express an interest to nominate for the Logan and Redlands Committee are invited to contact the Chair, Mr Robert Hannaford or CEO, Mariae Leckie (ceo@rdaloganandredlands.org.au or 0438 793 578) to discuss expectations and requirements for this Committee/roles.