The Council of Out Doors is an elective, representative, and collective body.
The Council consists of 9 members with various skills who have an interest in the mental health area and volunteer their time and expertise to the organisation. Length of Term Tenure of Council members is two years. Outgoing Council members may stand for re-election to vacant positions at the Annual General Meeting each year.
Council members take ultimate responsibility for the governance of the organisation. The function of the Council of the organisation is to collectively ensure the delivery of its objects, to set its strategic direction, and to uphold its values. The Council is collectively responsible and accountable for ensuring and monitoring that the organisation is performing well, is solvent, and is complying with all its legal, financial, and ethical obligations.
Out Doors has 13 full-time and part-time staff who are based in Melbourne. Our staff team is made up of qualified outdoor education workers, social workers, educators, marketing, administration and finance professionals. Out Doors has 15 Sessional Outdoor Program Workers who work casually to assist with program delivery.