CORE Community Services (CORE) is governed by a volunteer board which operates in accordance to CORE’s constitution which was revised most recently in 2015. The Board is elected for a period of 2 years by the members of CORE. Current board members have a range of experience including community sector, legal, financial, IT and insurance with new board members invited to join as needed and in line with the constitution. The Board are responsible for the strategic direction of the organisation and delegate day to day operations to the CEO. There are a comprehensive set of governance policies and procedures that provide a framework for the Board, including a decision matrix which outlines decision making responsibilities throughout the organization.
The Board is supported by advisory committees in each of CORE’s five service areas. These committees provide specific expertise and support to each Service and make recommendations to the Board who have final decision making authority.
CORE Community Services became a Company Limited by Guarantee in June 2015 and operates under the Corporations Act 2001.