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(PDF, 106KB)
Livia commenced in the role of Chief Executive Officer at Murrindindi Shire Council in June 2021. Before taking on this role, Livia was the General Manager Strategy and Innovation at Western Water for six years.
Livia has over 20 years' experience in senior executive roles, in both private and public sector positions and spanning a diverse range of disciplines, including strategy, governance, planning, asset management and customer service.
Livia holds a Master in Business Administration and Bachelor Degrees in Architecture and in Planning and Design. Livia has also recently completed the Australian Institute of Company Directors Course.
Michael has been with Murrindindi Shire Council since 1997 when he was first appointed as Manager of Organisational Development. Since that time he has held several senior executive roles and was heavily involved in the recovery and reconstruction efforts following the 2009 bushfires that devastated the municipality.
Michael leads the People and Corporate Performance Group, which includes Business Services, Governance and Risk and Customer Experience.
Vito has worked in local government for 25 years, with experience working at both metro and rural councils. Vito has more than 30 years experience in civil engineering. He has a strong commitment to provide exceptional customer service and deliver great outcomes for the community.
Vito leads the Assets and Group which includes Community Assets and Environmental Sustainability.
Andrew stepped into the role of Director Community & Development in May 2023. Prior to this role, Andrew was the General Manager at Caulfield Racecourse Reserve Trust, establishing the new organisation to plan for, manage and develop the racecourse Reserve for its three purposes, being racing, recreation and a public park, addressing years of historical imbalance.
Andrew has extensive experience in senior roles within the interface of Melbourne, leading a diverse range of teams including planning, building, health, sustainability, economic development, design and conservation programs. Andrew has been on the Board for Phillip Island Nature Parks, where tourism and visitor services funds the research and conservation programs.
Andrew leads the Community and Development Group which includes Community Wellbeing, Development Services, Economic Development, and Flood Recovery.