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Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security

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.

Application documents

Position description: Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security [PDF, 50 KB]

Expression of interest: Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security [PDF, 45 KB]

Applications close at 4.30 pm Friday 11 October 2019

Please email your application and curriculum vitae to phil.gini@justice.govt.nz.

or post to:

Phil Gini
Appointments and Specialist Functions Unit
Ministry of Justice
SX10088
WELLINGTON

Appointment as a District Court Judge

If you wish to register your interest in appointment as a District Court Judge you can fill in this:

Expression of interest form [PDF, 116 KB]

or you can read more about it in this:

Judicial appointments information booklet [PDF, 360 KB]

Appointment to the High Court Bench

If you wish to register your interest in appointment as a High Court Judge or Associate Judge you can fill in this form:

Expression of interest form [DOCX, 26 KB]

or you can read more about the protocol here:

Appointments protocol [PDF, 164 KB]

Environment Commissioner – Auckland

The Attorney-General is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified persons for appointment as an Environment Commissioner based in Auckland.

The Environment Court is a specialist Court with jurisdiction over environmental and resource management matters.

Commissioners are appointed for terms not exceeding five years and may be reappointed.

For this appointment, skills in planning are important to the Court at this time. You will also bring familiarity with the Resource Management Act and strong mediation experience. Importantly, you will possess excellent communication skills, mental agility and self-confidence.

Application documents

Position description: Environment Commissioner [PDF, 107 KB]

Expression of interest: Environment Commissioner [DOCX, 21 KB]

Applications close at 5pm on Friday 20 September 2019.

Please email your application and curriculum vitae to gavin.duffy@justice.govt.nz.

or post to:

Gavin Duffy
Appointments and Specialist Functions Unit
Ministry of Justice
SX10088
WELLINGTON