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23 August 2018—Recruitment

23 August 2018—Recruitment

Review Board Members—several positions—Classification Review Board

The Department of Communications and the Arts has commenced a recruitment process for several positions as Members of the Classification Review Board.

The Classification Review Board is a part-time Board that convenes as needed in response to applications for review of decisions made by the Classification Board. A daily fee determined by the Remuneration Tribunal is paid for this part-time role of $926.00 per day on occasions when a review is required. The successful candidate will be appointed for an initial fixed term, most likely for a two-year term, and may be eligible for reappointment to a statutory maximum of seven years.

All applicants must first obtain the information pack that contains background to the National Classification Scheme, position requirements, selection criteria, contact details and directions on how to apply.

Please note that applications close 5:00pm on Friday 7 September 2018.

Click these links for further information on the National Classification Scheme and the Classification Review Board.