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Committee Fee Member - Whanganui

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Committee Fee Member - Whanganui

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Public Notice On behalf of the Minister for Social Development and Employment, the Ministry of Social Development is seeking community focused people for the role of Community Representative on the local Benefits Review Committee. This position covers the Whanganui Region and surrounding areas. The Benefits Review Committee provides an informal setting for clients to review decisions made by the Ministry of Social Development about their benefit entitlement. As a Community Representative you will provide a community perspective to the Benefits Review Committee’s decision-making process. You will be required to read benefit review reports, attend hearings arranged for the client and the Ministry, and consider decisions on a case by case basis. Hearings are scheduled to be held at least fortnightly, however as there is a pool of Community Representatives in each region, individual Community Representatives may not be required to sit on every hearing. In this role you will need to be able to relate to a range of people within the wider community, have good community experience and knowledge, and respect the views, beliefs and cultural perspectives of others. This is a Ministerial appointment. Names of successful candidates will be forwarded for consideration by the Minister for Social Development and Employment. If you are interested in this role, please apply online. If you have any questions or queries, please email Susan Rocha on XXXX@msd.govt.nz. Applications close: 18 June 2021 at 10.00pm
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