Finance, Audit & Risk Management Sub-Committee
The Finance, Audit and Risk Management (FARM) Committee is a sub-committee of the NQ Board that supports the Board by providing oversight and advice regarding Netball Queensland’s financial reporting and controls, financial strategy, external audit arrangements, compliance and risk management.
Technology & Digital Sub-Committee
The Technology & Digital Board Sub-Committee (TDBSC) provides advice and support to NQ as it implements a system wide digital strategy which supports our organisational requirements presently, and for the future. TDBSC aims to encourage a greater capability to adopt emerging technology; assist NQ to understand it’s current cyber risks and advise specifically on operational and strategic priorities in an ever-changing landscape.
Diversity & Inclusion Board Sub-Committee
The Diversity & Inclusion Board Sub-committee supports NQ to meet its strategic diversity and inclusion goals by providing feedback and recommendations on policy development and program delivery. The Sub-Committee comprises community advocates dedicated to removing barriers to participation and ensuring netball is the most played and supported sport in Queensland.
Queensland State Netball Centre Board Sub-Committee
Chaired by the NQ Company Secretary and Chief Operating Officer, the Queensland State Netball Centre Board Sub-Committee has been established to ensure the objectives and operation of the centre are in alignment with NQ’s objectives. The Sub-Committee oversees, manages, and makes recommendations which aim to promote and maximise netball and non-netball usage of the venue, and broader precinct in which it is situated, deemed to be in the best interests of NQ.
The role of the Remuneration Committee is to advise and assist the NQ Board to fulfil its responsibilities to members of NQ on matters relating to the compensation, bonuses, incentives and remuneration issues of the chief executive officer (CEO) and NQ staff.
The role of the Nominations Committee is to advise and assist the NQ Board on matters relating to board recruitment, retention and performance and examines the skills and characteristics required of board candidates through the application of a skills matrix including advising on competency gaps and reviewing Board composition in relation to strategic direction.
Boys & Mens Advisory Group
The Boys & Mens Advisory Group supports NQ in the growth of netball participation for boys and men, including recruitment of new players, management of boys in existing competitions and the male participation pathway.
Competitions Advisory Group
The Competitions Advisory Group supports NQ in ensuring netball competitions throughout the state are contemporary, fit for purpose, inclusive and rewarding.
First Nations Advisory Group
The First Nations Advisory Group (FNAG) has been established to guide and support NQ’s strategic priorities as they relate to participation pathways for First Nations players, coaches and umpires and diversity and inclusion initiatives such as our Reconciliation Action Plan. The aim of the FNAG is to improve the cultural capabilities across netball and improve equity across all levels of our game. The Advisory group will provide expert advice to the NQ Diversity & Inclusion Board Sub-Committee and the NQ Board and management.
History & Traditions Advisory Group
The History & Traditions Advisory Group advises NQ Board and management on matters of cultural heritage and supports the strategic objectives of NQ providing advice on preserving information and record keeping mechanisms, and guidance on NQ history and tradition policies, initiatives and programs.
Schools Advisory Group
To be established in 2023.
Umpire Advisory Panel
The purpose of this panel is to provide advice to Netball Queensland personnel to bridge gaps in umpire and umpire coach development within Queensland. The reformation of this panel comes after Netball Queensland Performance Umpires sought assistance from Netball Queensland to define the pathway for Queensland umpires to provide structured development opportunities cohesively both regionally and in metropolitan areas. The UAP will act as an advisory panel to Netball Queensland with respect to umpiring matters. Without removing Netball Queensland’s responsibility for umpire development, the members of the UAP believe that the outreach, network and knowledge of its panel members will be an effective resource to assist Netball Queensland to target the needs of umpires and umpire coaches across Queensland.
Conduct and Integrity Tribunal Panel
In accordance with NQ’s Code of Conduct and Integrity Policy and the Disciplinary Procedures Regulations, this Tribunal Panel is established as the independent body which NQ’s conduct and integrity matters are referred to for determination or appeal. The members of the Conduct and Integrity Tribunal Panel bring with them a range of experiences and skills suitable to the function of an integrity body, including legal careers (barristers or solicitors), investigations manager, sports administrator, integrity expertise and a thorough knowledge of netball as well as other sports.
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