Consumer Policy Research Centre board vacancies - News alert

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18 August 2017
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Expressions of interest are sought to fill three Director vacancies on the board of the Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC).

This is an exciting opportunity to guide this newly established research centre as it works to enable a diversity of voices to contribute to the development of consumer policy.

The CPRC is responsible for:

  • researching and developing policies on consumer protection issues for the public benefit
  • monitoring grassroots consumer issues, focusing on issues for disadvantaged consumers, and regional and rural Victorians.

CPRC board members are appointed by the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation for terms of up to five years.

For further information about the position, call 03 8684 6298 or email

You can apply by emailing your curriculum vitae to the address above, or by mail to:

Project Manager, Executive Services
Consumer Affairs Victoria
GPO Box 123
Melbourne VIC 3001

Expressions of interest must be received by midnight on Sunday 27 August 2017.

The Victorian Government is committed to gender equality and is seeking to increase the participation of women on government boards. On 28 March 2015, the Premier announced that in this term of Government, 50 per cent of all new appointees to paid Victorian Government boards must be women. The Government is also seeking to ensure that, as far as practicable, its boards and committees reflect the diversity of the Victorian community. This includes Indigenous Australians, people with a disability, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people, in addition to women.