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If you wish to register your interest in appointment as a High Court Judge or Associate Judge you can fill in this form:
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Expressions of interest are sought from suitably qualified persons wishing to be considered for appointment as the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security (IGIS).
The IGIS is a statutory office established to provide independent oversight of the intelligence and security agencies to ensure that those agencies act with propriety and operate lawfully and effectively. The intelligence and security agencies are the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service and the Government Communications Security Bureau.
Under the Section 157 of the Intelligence and Security Act 2017 the IGIS is appointed by the Governor-General on the recommendation of the House of Representatives. Appointment is for a term up to five years and may be renewed.
Applications close at 4.30 pm Friday 11 October 2019
Please email your application and curriculum vitae to email@example.com.
or post to:
Appointments and Specialist Functions Unit
Ministry of Justice
Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons wishing to be considered for appointment to full-time Coroner positions based at Palmerston North and Rotorua.
Coroners are appointed under section 103 of the Coroners Act 2006. To be appointed as a Coroner the Act requires that the appointee must have held a practising certificate as a barrister or solicitor for at least 5 years.
Coroners must also be able to demonstrate:
The position will be a full-time with the salary and allowances set independently by the Remuneration Authority.
A comprehensive programme of professional development will be provided to support the successful candidate in meeting the requirements of the role.
The appointees will based at Palmerston North and Rotorua but there is an expectation of flexibility to cover other areas both remotely and by travel.
Applications close on Wednesday 16 October 2019.
Please email your expression of interest, declaration and current curriculum vitae to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to:
Statutory and Judicial Appointments Unit
Ministry of Justice
Appointments to the Social Security Appeal Authority (SSAA) are made by the Governor-General on the recommendation of the Minister for Social Development, after consultation with the Minister of Justice.
The Minister of Social Development (the Minister) will be making one new appointment to the SSAA for consideration by the Governor General. Please note that for this appointment the Minister is looking for a candidate with:
Nominees should also have good leadership skills and political judgement, as well as strong relationship management and communication skills.
The SSAA is an independent statutory tribunal, which was established under Section 12A of the Social Security Act 1964 and which continues under Schedule 8 of the Social Security Act 2018. Its function is to hear appeals against decisions on income support entitlements made by the Ministry of Social Development that have been confirmed or varied by a local Benefits Review Committee.
Please make your application through one of the following websites:
Nominations are due by 5.00pm on Friday 25 October 2019.
If you require any assistance or have any queries, please contact Lance Fowler on (04) 913 3245 or email email@example.com.