The Motorcycle Safety Advisory Council (MSAC) was established in 2010 by the then Minister for ACC and exists to provide independent assurance to the Minister of ACC (or Associate Minister) that ACC is investing the Motorcycle Safety Levy (MSL) effectively against the Motorcycle Safety Strategy, considering the voice of all motorcycle communities and fully leveraging government partnerships.
It has up to eight members, including a Chair and Deputy Chair appointed by the Minister for ACC and we are now seeking expressions of interest for further council members for the next term that are representative of our diverse riding communities across NZ.
This assurance role requires the council to provide the Minister with confidence that:
Role of council members:
Through their individual and collective expertise, council members support the Chair in providing assurance to the Minister for ACC, fulfilling the Purpose and Terms of Reference of the council.
Key attributes expected of the council members:
The council members, between them, should have the following mix of skills and experience:
Remuneration will be at the rate below for the day prior to the meeting to allow for any reading and the day of the council meeting (up to three hours).
Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission set the remuneration rates with consideration of the council ToR and roles of the council members, in line with the Cabinet Fees framework. This is $190 – $270 per day.
As part of your application, you will be asked to make an expression of interest for the role of MSAC council member.
Please click on the link below and submit your expression of interest (including your CV and covering letter).
For a position description click HERE For MSAC Terms of Reference click HERE
Applications close at 5pm on Monday, 23 January 2023. We welcome your application via the ACC careers website.
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