Fly the flag for small businesses in the Brisbane Metro region!

Friday 2 November, 2018 | By: Catherine Liddell

Are you located in the Brisbane Metropolitan Region and understands some of the skills issues facing small businesses?

We are looking for someone to be the CCIQ representative on the State Government’s Metropolitan Regional Jobs Priorities Committee.

If you are interested, please send through your CV (no more than 2 pages) to Thomas Birkbeck via tbirkbeck@cciq.com.au by Sunday 11 November 2018.

About the Metropolitan Regional Jobs Priorities Committee

The Queensland Government's Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative represents a significant investment of $420 million over six years to support up to 54,000 Queenslanders into work through a suite of targeted skills and training programs.

The Minister for Training and Skills approved the establishment of seven Regional Priority Jobs Committees. These committees advise the Department of Employment, Small Business and Training (DESBT) on priorities for funding under Skilling Queenslanders for Work and one committee is located in each of the DESBT region. The committees is an instrumental forum for ensuring funding decisions are made locally and provide on-the-ground perspective of what skills are needed in local labour markets. The Terms of Reference for the Regional Priority Jobs Committees and Member Guidelines are attached for your information. Regional Priority Jobs Committees comprise employee representatives, employer representatives, a local government representative and a community representative and will be chaired by the DESBT Regional Director.

Further information about your potential obligations

There are two funding rounds annually and the meetings may be held around May and November. Members are provided with a summary of all projects for prioritisation prior to the meetings.

Committee members are not remunerated, however members are reimbursed by DESBT for all necessary and reasonable expenses incurred while travelling to attend meetings in accordance with the Remuneration Procedures for Part-Time Chairs and Members of Queensland Government Bodies. Details of the remuneration procedures can be found at https://www.qld.gov.au/about/how-government-works/other-government-bodies/authorities-commissions/assets/remuneration-procedures.pdf

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