Expressions of Interest for the Office for Disability Issue's Nominations Database
- It is important for disabled people to be represented on governance and advisory groups, including State sector boards and committees, to provide a disability perspective. Boards work best when there is diversity of skills, expertise, backgrounds, perspectives and ways of thinking around the table. The ODI is often asked by appointing agencies to nominate disabled people for governance and advisory positions, as part of its work in the sector and has set up this Expressions of Interest Database to gather information to identify possible suitable candidates.
The purpose of this survey is to collect Expressions of Interest (EOI) from disabled people with relevant skills and experience, who want to be considered for nominations for governance and advisory positions on state sector boards and committees. This is an opportunity to increase the representation of disabled people on state sector boards and committees, to better reflect the diversity of New Zealand.
Before you complete the Survey, please note:
• This survey has been developed in consultation with the Disabled People’s Organisations (DPO) Coalition.
• This survey does not guarantee a governance or advisory position automatically. This is the first step to gaining a position.
• The information you provide us will only be used for nominations to boards and committees, in accordance with the Official Information Act 1982.
• There are 25 questions to complete. The time it takes to complete this survey will be different for everyone, depending on the level of support required, it should take between 20 and 90 minutes.
• Please note that the SurveyMonkey website will only allow you to save the survey once. Contact email@example.com if you need assistance
If you have any questions not covered on this page, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone or text to 029 495 0010.
Information about the Expressions of Interest Survey for the Nominations Database in alternative formats
Glossary of terms used in the survey
Appointing agency means the agency requesting nominations from the Office for Disability Issues (ODI) for governance or advisory positions.
Applicant means the disabled person wanting to be nominated for governance and/or advisory positions. See above for more detail about who can complete this survey.
Expression of Interest (EOI) is this survey, where a disabled person with governance experience indicates they are interested in being nominated for governance or advisory positions and gives information for this purpose.
Governance positions are positions on state sector boards and committees, where you give help to govern. For example, being a member on a board.
Advisory positions are positions on state sector boards and committees, where you give your advice. For example, being on a working group or an advisory group. Click here to view a list of state sector boards and committees.
Nominations Database is a place where information about applicants could be stored, that has a way of searching on required criteria for the purpose of nominating suitable applicants for governance and advisory positions.
Nominations Service means the process of recommending people to appointing agenc(ies), for the purpose of that agency improving the diversity of their governance and advisory boards, committees and groups. You can read more about this on our website.
By filling out this Expressions of Interest (EOI) survey, you must make sure that the information you provide:
Is not misleading or deceptive;
Complies with all laws;
Does not infringe the intellectual property rights of any person;
Is not defamatory, obscene or otherwise inappropriate; and
- Does not adversely affect the goodwill and reputation of the Office for Disability Issues (ODI) or any other member.
Information we will collect and manage
- The information you will provide to us in this survey,
- Any subsequent information you provide by or to the Office. E.g. email communications.
By filling out this survey, you agree not to use it to harass, abuse or defame any person or group, or for any other unlawful purpose.
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How we use your information
Your information may be used to:
- Consider you for nominations to governance or advisory positions,
Reply to you,
Process your EOI survey,
Give you information about our nominations service and this EOI survey,
Comply with relevant laws and regulations (e.g. the Official Information Act 1982), and
- Any other purpose that we get your permission for.
Who your information will be shared with
Your information will be held by us, ODI. If we have your permission, we will share your information with other agencies for the purpose of nominating you for governance and advisory positions. In question 1 of this survey, you can give us permission to share your information with other agencies without asking you first.
Once your information has been shared with the appointing agency, it is their responsibility to hold your information and protect it according to the Privacy Act 1993 (https://www.privacy.org.nz/the-privacy-act-and-codes/privacy-act-and-codes-introduction/ ).
Where your information will be stored
Your information will be collected and stored online with Survey Monkey. Information stored online with Survey Monkey will be downloaded every two weeks to our secure document storage system.
Viewing and changing information about you
Under the Privacy Act 1993, you have the right to ask for your personal information (i.e. information about yourself). You can contact ODI at any time to view or change information we hold about you.
The Privacy Commissioner’s website has an easy way for you to ask for your personal information from any organisation, business or government agency in New Zealand. Otherwise, you can email email@example.com or call us on 04 916 3300 to update your details. You can also write to us at Office for Disability Issues, PO Box 1556, Wellington, New Zealand. Viewing and Changing video in NZSL. How long we will hold your information We will keep your information only for as long as we need to nominate you for governance and advisory positions and according to the Public Records Act 2005. You can ask us to delete your information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us on 029 495 0010.
Help! I have a different question
If you have any other questions not covered above, please contact us by email (email@example.com), by phone or text (029 495 0010).
You may also find an answer to your question elsewhere on this website.
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