The Real Estate Institute of Australia (REI) has created a new role focusing on the Queensland real estate industry.
REIA President, Mr Hayden Groves said the role is a unique opportunity for a suitable and a passionate practitioner to join the Board of the REIA for an initial two-year term from 2022-2024
"The role of Additional Director is to provide specialist Queensland based strategic advice to deliver the just launched REIA 2025- Advancing Australia's Prosperity."
Mr Groves said the initiative was created in a bid to restore national representation and regional diversity to the REIA Board.
"REIA seeks to recruit a talented, suitably qualified and well-respected Queensland real estate specialist as an Additional Director through a transparent recruitment process."
Mr Groves said ideally, the successful applicant will be a senior real estate practitioner with experience in a small and middle-sized agency roles as principal, operations, sales or property management.
"Key attributes include significant expertise in the Queensland real estate markets and demonstrated comprehensive networks within the real estate sector in Queensland.
The successful applicant will also share big picture and 'beyond the borders' commitment to advancing the ethics, transparency and integrity of the entire national Australian real estate industry," he said.
Mr Groves added that REIA is a national body that works for all real estate practitioners.
"The Board of REIA know the people of Australian real estate must come first.
"It is our view Queensland-based agents are equally deserving of expressing their opinions of REIA's national policy and strategic objectives.
As REIA approaches our 100-year anniversary in 2024 our commitment to putting practitioners first is unwavering."
EOIs have been invited by suitably qualified candidates by 15 August 2022. Further information can be found here: REIA - Expression of interest for additional Queensland Director
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