Interested community members and those who possess specialist skills or experience were encouraged to nominate for a position on a Mandurah Council Advisory group or the Audit and Risk Committee.

If you are interested in being part of one of the City's advisory groups please review the Terms of Reference as this outlines the purpose and objectives of each group and the membership requirements. 

The role of members is to support and encourage communication between Council and local community groups, as well as provide specialist advice and support in various areas of interest. 

The terms of office are approximately two years expiring at the next Ordinary Local Government Election.

Committees

Membership:

  • Councillor Peter Jackson (Chairperson)
  • Councillor Jenny Green
  • Councillor Ahmed Zilani
  • Councillor Peter Rogers
  • Mayor Rhys Williams
  • Wayne Ticehurst (Independent Community Representative)

Meetings scheduled five times per year - March, May, September, November and December.

Terms of Reference for Audit and Risk Committee

Membership

  • Councillor Merv Darcy
  • Councillor Jenny Green
  • Councillor Peter Jackson
  • Councillor Caroline Knight
  • Councillor Don Pember
  • Councillor Lynn Rodgers
  • Councillor Peter Rogers
  • Councillor Ahmed Zilani
  • Mayor Rhys Williams

(Chairperson to be determined March 2021)

Meetings scheduled monthly on second Tuesday.

Terms of Reference for Committee of Council

Advisory groups

The Mandurah Environmental Advisory Group is committed to preserving Mandurah's natural environment and providing advice on environmental issues. 

Purpose

This group is committed to preserving Mandurah’s natural environment, and so provide advice on issues relating to the following environmental areas:

  • Subdivision and approvals
  • Climate change adaptation and mitigation
  • Flora and fauna
  • Wetlands and groundwater
  • Management plans
  • Legislation and Policies

Aim

To represent the diverse views of the community on conservation and environmental matters in a democratic manner.

Membership

Commitment to preserving the natural environment of Mandurah is a key quality for being in this group. 

This environmental advisory group is made up of:

  • 1 Elected Member
  • 8 community members
  • supporting Council Officers and representatives from Government departments (with no voting rights) relevant to the subjects on the agenda.

 These representatives could include:

  • Natural & Built Environment (Manager Natural & Built Environment)
  • Planning & Land Services (Manager Planning & Land Services)
  • Environmental Services (Secretarial Support)
  • Environmental Services (Manager, Environmental Services)

Vacancies

Positions are held for a two (2) year period in line with the General Council Elections.
There are currently no positions vacant on the Mandurah Environmental Advisory Group.

Register your interest in vacancies

The objective of the Mandurah Access and Inclusion Advisory Group is to provide advice on the implementation of the strategies identified in the City’s current Access and Inclusion Plan.

For more information on the objectives of the Mandurah Access and Inclusion Advisory Group please review the Advisory Group Terms of Reference

Vacancies

Positions are held for a two (2) year period in line with the General Council Elections.
There are currently no positions vacant on the Mandurah Access and Inclusion Advisory Group.

Register your interest in vacancies

The purpose of the Mandurah Community Museum Advisory Group is to is to provide advice to the Council on issues relating to the management of the Mandurah Community Museum and its programmes.

For more information on the objectives of the Mandurah Community Museum Advisory Group please review the Advisory Group Terms of Reference

Nominations for this advisory group are currently closed. Information will be updated here with any openings.