Each year at the Annual General Meeting, the Delegates elect to fill the Executive positions of President, Senior Vice President and Junior Vice President.
The three members of the SSROC Executive are elected each year by the Board at the Annual General Meeting. The President chairs the quarterly Board meetings, carries out any representative duties, and in consultation with the other Executive members, makes policy decisions between meetings.
The Senior and Junior Vice Presidents deputise for the President when required, chair the SSROC Committees and participate in Executive decision-making.
Councillor John Faker
Mayor of Burwood Council
Councillor Khal Asfour
Senior Vice President
Mayor of Canterbury Bankstown Council
Councillor Susan Wynne (Woollahra)
Junior Vice President
Mayor of Woollahra Council
Chief Executive Officer
The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for all the work of SSROC and for its effective operation, providing advice, leadership, and organisational management and ensures the delivery of the workplan. She manages major issues and oversees projects relating to structure, management, infrastructure and inter-regional programs, and is responsible for all negotiations with the State and Federal Governments and Ministers.
Dr Vincent Ogu
Strategic Procurement & Contracts Manager
Strategic Procurement Projects Officer
Strategic Planning Manager
Communications and Government Affairs Lead
Regional Procurement Officer
EPA Funded Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Staff
Strategic Lead, Resource Recovery
Waste and Resource Recovery Project Officer
Regional Strategic Coordinator, Resource Recovery
Committees and Working Groups
SSROC’s Team coordinates the officer working groups, prepares reports and submissions for consideration by the Board, and develops and manages regional programs.
Under its constitution, SSROC can appoint any number of Committees in connection with any of its work, activity or objects, and can appoint any suitable person to a Committee.
Working groups of council officers work with the staff team to develop and implement
SSROC programs. The groups are a key component of the success of SSROC, and
they are periodically reviewed by the Chief Executive Officers and General Managers to ensure that they continue to reflect councils’ needs and priorities.
The current working groups are:
• Sustainability and Environment
• Smart Communities
• Strategic Planning
• Strategic Procurement
• Waste and Resource Recovery Network
• Waste Strategy
Each year SSROC develops a workplan which identifies the focus for the coming year. Working groups of staff from member councils are formed to undertake projects to address issues and problems of common concern. Members of working groups may share professional disciplines, or they may bring together different disciplines with a common interest. By working together, council staff share knowledge, expertise and the workload.
If a council officer would like to participate in one of the working groups below, please obtain the approval of your manager and then get in touch with the SSROC Secretariat on email@example.com.
This section introduces the current working groups:
Sustainability and Environment
Traffic/Transport & Infrastructure
Waste and Resource Recovery Network