Unique statutory role/Deputy Chief Censor - Wellington
Office of Film and Literature Classification
Applications are being sought for the role of Deputy Chief Censor. This is a full-time management and governance position at the Office of Film and Literature Classification and has an important role in New Zealand’s classification system. The role is based in Wellington and works closely with the Chief Censor.
The appointment is made by the Governor-General on the recommendation of the Minister of Internal Affairs.
The required skills and attributes are:
- specialist classification and censorship knowledge;
- advanced reasoning and strategic thinking skills;
- strong communication and interpersonal skills;
- public sector management and machinery of government knowledge; and
- the ability to maintain and promote personal resilience while managing objectionable material.
Full details are in the position description which is available from the Department of Internal Affairs’ statutory appointments page: https://www.dia.govt.nz/Appointments-to-Statutory-Bodies. An application form is available from the same site.
Applicants must provide a cover letter that identifies how their skills and experience match the required skills and attributes, a current curriculum vitae, and a completed nomination form.
Applications must be emailed to the Department of Internal Affairs at, email@example.com by 5pm on 24 July 2020. Any questions or queries can be sent to the same address.
Shortlisted candidates will need to be available for interview and may be required to undergo a psychometric test and referee checks.
Last updated on the 30th June 2020