Organisational Structure & Executive Team

Kelvin Spiller - Interim CEO Interim Chief Executive Officer - Kelvin Spiller

Mornington Peninsula Shire Council has appointed experienced Local Government CEO Kelvin Spiller to head the Shire whilst it undertakes the recruitment of a permanent Chief Executive.  Mr Spiller has over 35 years’ experience in the Business, Local Government and Community Sectors as Chief Executive and Board Member roles with a focus on strategy, governance and operational improvement.  Mr Spiller is well recognised within and outside the Local Government Industry as a skilled communicator and an accomplished leader of executive teams. Mr Spiller’s ability to lead and focus executive teams in Local Government has been well recognised by the Victorian Government who have appointed him to manage Councils including the City of Greater Geelong who were experiencing difficulties.

Matt-Green.jpgMatt Green - Chief Financial Officer

The Corporate Services group includes Finance, Human Resources, Information Services, Communications & Events, Property & Valuations, and Environment Protection.  

Building on a background in business turnaround and insolvency, Matt has gained extensive general management experience in the corporate and consulting spheres across a range of industries including; agriculture, manufacturing, retail, construction, financial services, banking, automotive, sport, not-for profit and contingent workforce solutions. In all of the roles Matt has held, he has worked with, or worked at, the executive level of management.

As a fully qualified Chartered Accountant (CA) with over 10 years senior management experience, Matt has successfully driven the strategy, finances and operations of many businesses and thrives on leading organisations through the next phase of their evolution.

Niall McDonagh  - Chief Operating Officer

Niall_McDonagh.png Niall joined the Shire in 1999 following his graduation from Monash University with a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil).  His engineering career began within the Traffic & Road Safety team as a graduate traffic engineer.  In 2003 he was appointed the Team Leader - Traffic and Road Safety where along with the team he was instrumental in implementing a number of innovations and strategies. 

In 2007 Niall was named Manager Infrastructure Strategy, where he reviewed and enhanced the Capital Works development and delivery and reviewed and developed numerous strategies and plans.  During his time in Infrastructure Strategy, he completed his Masters in Business Administration (MBA). In 2013, Niall was assigned to the Manager Renewable Resources role and following this role was appointed Manager Infrastructure Maintenance.  In 2015, he was appointed to the Executive Manager Infrastructure Services position.