Clarence Disability Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee (CDAIAC) Nomination Form
The Clarence Disability Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee (CDAIAC) is a special committee of Council. Committee meetings are currently held 6 times per year and members plan and participate in activities held at various times outside the meetings.
Nominations close Friday 27 May 2022.
General Information for applications
Thank you for your interest in nominating for the Clarence Disability Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee (CDAIAC). As a voluntary position, registration with Council as a Volunteer will be required for community residents, which will involve obtaining a National Police Check and/or Working with Vulnerable People Card. The cost of obtaining these documents will be fully reimbursed by Council.
Reimbursement of reasonable out of pocket expenses for committee members (i.e. travel) will be in accordance with Council’s policies.
Nominations to the committee involve addressing the following criteria:
- Preference will be given to residents of the Clarence Municipality with where possible equitable representation of gender, and the inclusion of people representing a diverse range of disabilities and/or their parents or carers;
- Preference will also be given to residents from the diverse geographical suburb areas of the Clarence Municipality;
- Priority will be given to applicants who are not already members of a special committee of Council, however current committee members of CDAIAC are encouraged to re-apply;
- Nominees must have knowledge of ‘Council’s Access and Inclusion Plan’ and a capacity to contribute from their own knowledge and experiences in discussions and providing advice on implementing the plan;
- Nominees must have a commitment to working with Council and other organisations to advise and work on the implementation of the ‘Council’s Access and Inclusion Plan’ by being available to meet when required for a maximum of 2 hours at a time and be prepared to be involved in any additional meetings if necessary. Volunteering usually occurs during business hours but depending on the project can be evenings or weekends;
- Nominees must be able to work constructively with other people in a group and community environment.
- Information about the ‘Access and Inclusion Plan’ can be found on Council’s website www.ccc.tas.gov.au