Following the appointment of the Central Goldfields Shire’s new Executive Team in April, three new General Managers have now commenced. General Manager Infrastructure Assets and Planning Rebecca Stockfeld and General Manager Corporate Performance Paul Brumby started on 21 May and General Manager Community Wellbeing Brenton West on 4 June.
Central Goldfields Shire CEO Lucy Roffey said she was thrilled to welcome Rebecca, Paul and Brenton to the Central Goldfields Shire.
“Each of them brings with them extensive skills and experience and will play an integral rolein our renewed focus on corporate governance, finance, risk, compliance and building community engagement.”
Rebecca Stockfeld comes to us from Mount Alexander Shire Council where she was Acting Director Sustainable Development. She has extensive experience in senior management roles in land use planning in both State and Local Government including as Assistant Director, State Planning Services, Department of Planning and Community Development Victoria. Rebecca holds a Bachelor in Applied Science (Planning) from RMIT and a Post Graduate Diploma in Urban Planning from Melbourne University.
Paul was previously Manager Finance at Pyrenees Shire Council and has worked in local government corporate services for over 25 years including as General Manager Corporate Services at Ararat Rural City Council. He has previously held board positions with Willaura/Lake Bolac Bendigo Community Bank and Ballarat Child and Family Services.
Paul has a Bachelor of Business with majors in Accounting and Information Technology from Federation University (formerly known as the Ballarat College of Advanced Education).
Brenton West held the position of Director Corporate Services at Mallee Family Care, a large community sector organisation based in Mildura. His previous roles include the ChiefExecutive Officer of the Southern Tasmanian Councils Authority, a regional organisation representing the 12 Southern Tasmanian councils; a Board Director of Li-Ve Tasmania (Disability Service Provider) and Board Director of Destination Southern Tasmania.
Brenton has a Bachelor of Business/Bachelor of Arts Degree (BBus/BA) majoring in Human Resource Management and Political Science and has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Tasmania and is also a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors Course.