Queensland Register of Nominees to Government Boards

The Queensland Register of Nominees to Government Boards is a confidential register of  people interested in serving on government boards, committees and statutory  authorities.

The  register is used to search for new members when a position becomes available.

Who can join the register?

All Queenslanders are eligible to join the register to be considered for a range of government boards and committees, however joining the register does not guarantee appointment.

We  encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people with  expertise in multiculturalism, young people and people with disabilities to join. This contributes  to diversity in the boardroom, and can add different perspectives and approaches  that have positive outcomes.

To register, you’ll need to provide a curriculum vitae of 1–2 pages (maximum) accurately describing your skills and experience.

A user guide and template curriculum vitae is available for assistance.

How are people appointed?

When a government-nominated position becomes vacant,  government agencies search the register for people with skills to suit the  position.

If you are shortlisted, you will be contacted directly by the  government agency responsible for the vacancy.

Some appointments are paid and others are unpaid. For more information, see Remuneration procedures for part-time Chairs and Members of Queensland Government Bodies (PDF 808 KB).

Contact us

The Department of the Premier and Cabinet has overall  responsibility for the administration of the register. Contact details are  below.

Phone: (07) 3003 9247
Email: qron@premiers.qld.gov.au

Queensland Register  of Nominees to Government Boards
Department of the Premier and Cabinet
PO Box 15185

If you experience technical issues with the register or need further assistance, please call 13 QGOV (13 74 68).