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Decision Makers on Alcohol Licencing Matters Needed

Decision Makers on Alcohol Licencing Matters Needed
Do you have experience in alcohol licencing matters? Do you want to be involved in making decisions around the Sale and Supply of Alcohol in the Coromandel?
From December, a new Thames-Coromandel District Licencing Committee will be responsible for considering all alcohol licence applications in our District. We are looking for expressions of intereste from anyone who would like to be part of this committee we would like to hear from you.
How to apply.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the DLC go to our DISTRICT LICENCING COMMITTEE PAGE ON OUR WEBSITE HERE.
Or send CV/Profile to Thames-Coromandel District Council, Private Bag 1001, Thames, 3500.
You can also contact our customer service team for more information 07 868 0200

To be eligible.
You must have experience relevant to alcohol licencing matters

You can't have an involvement, or the appearance of involvement with the alcohol industry

You can't be in the police, a Medical Officer of Health, an inspector or an employee of the territorial authority

Commissioner applicants must have experience in a hearings environment such as Resource Management Act hearings

You must be able to demonstrate knowledge of the Act* and alcohol related harm

You must have strong decision-making skills and strong written and verbal skills
Members will be provided with training. Successful applicants will be contracted to the Thames-Coromandel District Council under a contract for services and will not be employees of the Council.
Expressions of interest close 10 September 2013.

* The creation of DLC's is a requirement of central governments' Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012. TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE NEW RULES VISIT THE MINISTRY OF JUSTICE WEBSITE HERE.
All Committee members will be financially remunerated for their work.

ENDS

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