|Company||The Business Licensing Authority (BLA)|
|Position Title||Engineer Member - Business Licensing Authority
The Business Licensing Authority (BLA) is an independent statutory authority established under the Business Licensing Authority Act 1998. The BLA administers the licensing and registration provisions of various business licensing legislation within Victoria. The BLA has a service agreement with Department of Justice and Community Safety (DJCS) under which it has access to the resources, staff and infrastructure necessary for it to carry out its functions.
In late August 2019, the Victorian Parliament passed what is now the Professional Engineers Registration Act 2019 (the Act). This Act is a co-regulatory model setting minimum requirements to:
The Professional Engineer Registration Scheme (the scheme) provides a comprehensive approach to regulating engineers within Victoria.
The schemes main goals are to:
The scheme will commence operation by 1 July 2021 and progressively roll out to five categories of engineers (civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and fire safety) by 2024.
The BLA is responsible for determining licensing and registration decisions autonomously, however members meet on a regular basis to ensure consistency in decision making and coordination of issues across different regulatory regimes. The BLA is assisted by a Registrar who is responsible for the maintenance of Public Registers; management of compliance with freedom of information and privacy legislation; management of appeals from BLA decisions; and providing procedural and policy advice to staff assisting the BLA, licensees, applicants and members of the public.
Are you an individual who is highly experienced and qualified in the engineering field, with a broad range of knowledge and understanding of:
In addition, you will have:
Dallas Beasley – A/Head of Talent
|Apply Online||Applications close 10 May 2020 More information and to apply, click HERE|