Motor Car Trader Claims Committee Industry Representative
Motor Car Traders Claims Committee Applications Invited for Industry Representative The Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation, the Hon Marlene Kairouz MP, is seeking expressions of interest to fill an industry representative member vacancy on the Motor Car Traders Claims Committee (MCTCC). The MCTCC is established under the Motor Car Traders Act 1986 (the Act) to determine compensation claims made against the Motor Car Traders' Guarantee Fund (the Fund). Consumer claims for compensation can be made after a motor car trader (who is licensed or who the claimant reasonably believed to be licensed) has under the Act failed to: â€¢ comply with certain provisions in the Act such as the statutory warranty provision, â€¢ transfer a good title to a car, â€¢ comply with an agreement to pay the purchase price to a person who sold the car to the trader, â€¢ pay transfer/registration fees or stamp duty or provide a roadworthiness certificate, â€¢ remit money paid to the trader as a purchase price for an insurance policy or warranty, â€¢ satisfy a Court/Tribunal order, â€¢ provide a refund under an agreement following termination of a contract, or â€¢ deliver a car that has been paid for.
The maximum amount that can be paid from the Fund for a claim is $40,000. Work Commitment Unless otherwise required, the MCTCC meets once a month (usually on the first Tuesday of each month). The MCTCC comprises a quorum when it consists of the Chairperson and one industry representative member and one consumer representative member.
There is a small pool of industry and consumer representatives which sit on a rotational basis, subject to availability. An agenda and accompanying claim documents are sent out electronically to members in the week prior to the scheduled meeting. The hours of each meeting are usually from 10.
00am to 2.00pm. MCTCC members are expected to have read the papers before each meeting.
Remuneration The current remuneration rate is $468 per day. Work Location Meetings for the MCTCC are held at 121 Exhibition Street in Melbourne. About You Applicants should be able to demonstrate the following skills, knowledge and experience: â€¢ extensive knowledge and experience of the motor car trading industry; â€¢ detailed knowledge of the legislative obligations of a licensed motor car trader; â€¢ an understanding, or the ability to acquire an understanding, of the responsibilities and obligations of a statutory office holder; and â€¢ good communication skills.
The following would be well regarded: â€¢ Involvement with a relevant industry body; and â€¢ Mechanical interest or expertise in motor vehicles How to Apply Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .
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txt or .rtf formats Applications must be received by Wednesday 16 October 2019. Late applications will not be accepte....