Organisational Structure

Overview

A profile for each of the Executive Management Team can be viewed by clicking on the position links above.

Murrindindi Shire Council's Organisation Structure can be viewed by downloading either of the documents below. 

Download Organisation Structure(DOC, 106KB)

Download Organisation Structure(PDF, 56KB)


Chief Executive Officer

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Craig Lloyd

Craig commenced the role of Chief Executive Officer at Murrindindi Shire Council on 8 January 2018.

Craig has extensive senior executive experience in the public sector, including roles with state and local government, emergency services and not-for profit organisations. Craig was formally the Director of Presentation and Assets at the City of Greater Bendigo, before taking on his role at Murrindindi Shire Council.

Mr Lloyd holds a Masters of Business Administration, Masters of Project Management and a Post Graduate Certificate in Community Development.

Outgoing Chief Executive Officer Margaret Abbey officially finishes her contract on 30 June 2018, but is on leave until the end of her contract. During this time Mr Lloyd will be Interim Chief Executive Officer. He will then continue in the role as the permanent Chief Executive Officer for a term of five years commencing on 1 July 2018.

General Manager Corporate and Community Services

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Michael Chesworth

Michael was first appointed as Manager of Organisational Development in 1997. 

Michael’s role oversees a broad area of services within the Corporate and Community Division.

Michael provides leadership and management to Business and Community Services, Library,  Human Resources and Risk Departments.

Incorporated into these divisions are Finance & Rates, Governance, Procurement and Insurance, Records Management, Information Technology, Aged and Disability, Children’s Services, Recreation and Youth.

General Manager Infrastructure & Development Services

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Stuart McConnell

Stuart McConnell started with Council in January 2017 in the role of General Manager Infrastructure and Development Services. Stuart brings a range of executive experience from the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, and the Environment Protection Authority. He has a strong commitment to delivery of outcomes for the community, working in partnership, customer service and community engagement.

Stuart leads the Infrastructure and Development Services division in delivering services across a diverse portfolio including planning, economic development, local laws and environmental health, environment, asset management, waste capital works and maintenance.