24-Hour Economy Advisory Group: Expression of Interest
Experts from peak associations, councils, cultural and sporting institutions and businesses within the sector are invited to express their interest in being a member of the 24-Hour Economy Advisory Group. Applications close 5pm Wednesday 5 October 2022.
NSW Government is determined to unlock the potential and grow jobs across our 24-Hour Economy. As we rebuild from the COVID-19 pandemic, supporting a vibrant, safe and diverse 24-hour economy will enhance NSW’s standing as a global destination.
To help us achieve this, a 24-Hour Economy Group was established in 2021, comprising a diverse range of stakeholders to support the delivery of the 24-Hour Economy Strategy, and a range of other workstreams and initiatives.
The group works closely with the Office of the 24-Hour Economy Commissioner and other NSW Government stakeholders. It provides a platform for stakeholders to submit ideas and feedback, based on the views and experiences of their communities.
The first cohort of the 24-Hour Advisory Group has just completed its 12-month tenure, and we thank them for their invaluable contributions.
We are now seeking Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from organisations to be a member of the next iteration of the 24-Hour Economy Advisory Group.
EOIs are encouraged from organisations including peak associations, councils, cultural and sports institutions and businesses within the 24-hour economy sector.
The new Advisory Group will meet every quarter and members will serve for a term of 18 months.
Organisations who served on the Advisory Group over the past 12 months are eligible to submit an EOI.
To be eligible to be appointed to the 24-Hour Economy Advisory Group, individuals must be:
- an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident
- aged 18 or over
Assessment criteria and desirable skills and experience
Investment NSW are seeking expressions of Interest from a cross-section of industry stakeholder groups, including:
- Accommodation and tourism
- Arts and culture
- Live performance
- Other relevant industries such as technology and transport
- Local government
Applicants will be assessed by an independent assessment panel, chaired by the 24-Hour Economy Commissioner. A recommendation for appointment will be made to the Minister Enterprise, Investment and Trade, Minister for Science, Innovation and Technology, Minister for Sport, Minister for Skills and Training.
The NSW Government is committed to appropriate representation of women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, people with disability and young people on NSW Government Boards and Committees. In addition, people living and/or working in the NSW Government’s priority areas of Western Sydney are encouraged to apply for appointment to the Advisory Group.
How to apply
Applications opened on 21 September 2022 and close at 5pm AEDT Wednesday 5 October 2022.
No late applications will be accepted.