Introducing Our Management Team
|· Communications of Council Programs and Services||· Human Resources|
|· Effective Operation of Council||· Payroll|
|· Executive Project Delivery||· Workplace Health and Safety|
|ACTING - Director of Planning and Community Development||Director of Engineering Services|
|· Biosecurity||· Airports|
|· Building Asset Maintenance||· Asset Maintenance of Water and Sewerage Assets|
|· Building Services||· Asset Management|
|· Community Services and Facilities||· Cemeteries|
|· Economic Development||· Daily Water Testing|
|· Environmental Health||· Depots|
|· Environmental Planning||· Emergency Services|
|· Landfill Disposal Sites||· Gravel Pits|
|· Liquid Trade Waste Regulations||· Parks and Open Space|
|· Provision of Domestic and Commercial Waste||· Plant Management (small)|
|Removal and Recycling||· Road Safety|
|· Tourism Moree||· Roads and Bridges|
|· Sewerage Transport and Treatment|
|· Stormwater and Floodplains|
|· Traffic and Street Lighting|
|· Water Supply Services|
|· Weight of Loads|
|Director of Corporate Services|
|· Big Sky Libraries|
|· Customer Service|
|· Gwydir Day Care and Preschool|
|· Information Services|
|· Moree Community Library|
|· Moree Plains Gallery|
|· Plant Management (large)|
|· Risk Management|
|· Shire Pools|
Ian Stoneman has 25 years of experience in senior executive management roles across the government, private and not-for-profit sectors (mentioned below).
These roles have allowed him to build, motivate, lead and inspire staff to achieve the goals of each organisation and to maintain positive relations with stakeholders and the public.
As a director, he is responsible for leadership and strategic thinking of Council’s Corporate Services – ensuring achievement of Council's short and long term objectives.
- CEO Australian Brick and Block Training in the construction foundation industry for Trainee and Apprenticeships
- Fifteen years, Director and CEO of Defence Force Recruiting.
- Six years spent at City of Melbourne.
- Director of Corporate and Regulatory Services for Central Coast Council, Tasmania.
- Ian is currently studying for his Master of Business Administration (MBA).
Greg Woodhams has over 35 years of experience as a town planner with expertise in strategic planning, development assessment, urban design and government administration.
Greg was the Executive Director of the Greater Sydney Commission and served as Acting CEO of the Commission for 9 months. His other previous roles include Director of Planning at Woollahra Council and at Willoughby Council, Planning Manager at a major property development company and urban planner at a planning consultancy in Sydney. He is an expert member of the Sydney and Regional Planning Panels and a Board member of the Urban Transformation Research Centre for Western Sydney University.
He is a Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia, has a Master’s Degree in Town and Country Planning from the University of Sydney and has been a member of many committees providing advice on planning matters to State Government and Local Councils.