ACT Integrity Commissioner

Tue Jan 29 2019
Position vacant

In late November 2018 the ACT Integrity Commission Bill was passed. The resulting Act establishes the ACT Integrity Commission and applications are now invited for the part-time statutory position of ACT Integrity Commissioner.

The appointee must have been a Supreme or Federal Court judge; a justice of the High Court; or a lawyer of at least 10 years’ standing. A fixed term of seven years is available with pro-rata remuneration and entitlements aligned to those available to Federal and ACT Supreme Court judges.

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