Adelaide-based Masonic Homes has carried out a restructure of its leadership team to help achieve its goal of becoming one of Australia’s top 20 seniors living providers by 2015.
Three of the company’s senior managers have been given responsibility for expanded portfolios.
Deputy CEO Allen Candy will take up the position of Chief Operating Officer in which he will seek to boost efficiencies and promote synergies throughout the organisation.
The group’s long-standing Company, Secretary Angela Webb will assume the role of Chief Financial Officer.
And former property developer, Bryan Moulds has been appointed Chief Development Officer.
In this new role Mr Moulds will oversee the development of Masonic Homes’ growing portfolio of retirement villages in South Australia, Northern Territory and potentially other states.
“The expanded responsibilities of these three key managers will cement and guide Masonic Homes’ rapid business growth, as we accelerate progress towards our vision of becoming one of Australia’s top 20 providers of seniors care and lifestyle options by 2015,” said CEO, Doug Strain.
Masonic Homes currently has over $200 million of construction contracts underway.