Rea Complaints Assessment Committee Member
REA Complaints Assessment Committee (CAC) members
The Real Estate Authority (REA) invites applications to be appointed to its CAC panel.
We are a Crown Agency, responsible for the regulation of the New Zealand Industry. Our purpose is to promote and protect the interests of consumers buying and selling real estate, and to promote public confidence in the performance of real estate agency work.
The functions of CACs include inquiring into complaints and allegations about real estate agents and where appropriate, making findings of unsatisfactory conduct or referring to the Real Estate Agents Disciplinary Tribunal. The main tasks are reviewing evidence, attending hearings by teleconference and drafting decisions. Members are also expected to attend training in Wellington three days per year.
In considering suitable candidates, REA must have regard to the applicant\ 's personal attributes, and knowledge and experience of matters likely to come before the CAC, including knowledge and experience of:
The real estate industry
We want to hear from individuals who represent each of these 3 areas.
Each CAC comprises 3 members, of which one must be a lawyer of not less than 7 years\ ' legal experience. It is a requirement of the legal members that they can write cogent quasi-judicial decisions. Induction and training is provided, but it is essential that all members have excellent written communication skills and have the necessary capability to manage documents electronically.
Terms and conditions
CAC members should expect to be available 15 to 30 hours per month. Each appointment is for five years. Remuneration for panel members is set in accordance with the Cabinet Of?ce Fees Framework and is currently between $52 and $85 per hour, depending on the role.
For a copy of the job description contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Apply by sending your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com
Applications close at 5.00pm on Sunday 14th June.
For more information about the roles, please contact Josh Doherty, Head of Regulatory Services at firstname.lastname@example.org