New leader of CBOS appointed

Elise Archer,Minister for Building and Construction

As Minister for Building and Construction, I am pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Peter Graham as Executive Director Consumer, Building and Occupational Services (CBOS).

Peter most recently worked as the Executive Director Strategy, Reform and Operations at the Victorian School Building Authority.

In this role, Peter led a team of 150 staff with a budget of $400 million and responsibility for strategy, planning, budget information, grants and programs for school infrastructure in Victoria.

Prior to that position, Peter worked in senior regulatory and economic roles in the Victorian Government across various departments.

Peter will start his new role on 19 August.

I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the efforts of Andrew Goldsworthy who has performed the role of Acting Director in recent months. Andrew has led CBOS with diligence, and has provided leadership during this time of transition.

CBOS, part of the Department of Justice, is Tasmania’s regulator responsible for Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading, Renting, Building, Plumbing, Gas and Electricity Standards, Occupational Licensing and Incorporated Associations and Fundraising.

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