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EEIBA announces new general manager appointment and change programme

Author : J GALE

Following a Council meeting held in January, the EEIBA has announced that the charity has a new general manager at the helm. Val Austin, previously appointed as the interim general manager, has accepted the permanent position to take the charity forward in order to develop services for beneficiaries in line with the electrical industry and Council expectations.

A number of strategic changes are being planned to shape the charity into a stronger and more vibrant organisation which will serve the needs of the electrical industry from a position of strength and these include a new organisation, leadership, cost effective premises, welfare propositions and processes. As part of the overall business review activity, the charity has launched a research project which is soliciting the views from the industry, branches and supporters that will be incorporated into the strategic plan.

EEIBA is also seeking to provide clearer communication on how to seek help from the charity and at the same time raise awareness with more individuals that help is at hand. In line with this strategy, a research project has been launched including an industry survey.

The purpose of the survey is to find out what people know about EEIBA, what they want from their own industry charity, what the focus should be and the kind of services they believe the charity should be offering its beneficiaries.

A re launch of the charity is being planned in the Spring 2011 during which the President will be announcing in more detail the plans that are being put in place to modernise the EEIBA to deliver measured outcomes in line with beneficiaries and supporters’ expectations.

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