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Nominations for position of Gambling Commissioner

The Minister of Internal Affairs is seeking nominations of candidates who can bring the required skills and attributes as a Gambling Commissioner for the Gambling Commission.

The Commission was established under section 220 of the Gambling Act 2003 (the Act).

The Commission is an independent decision-making body with the powers of the Commission of Inquiry. It is a quasi-judicial body that hears and makes determinations about casino licensing applications and appeals on licensing and enforcement decisions in relation to gaming machines and casinos.

The Commission meets once a month between February and December each year. Commissioners are also expected to spend around one day in preparation for each meeting.

The Commission is classified as a Group 2 Level 2 body (Statutory Tribunal) under the Cabinet Fees Framework [CO 12 6]. The daily rate is $475 for Commissioners. Commissioners are also reimbursed for actual and reasonable expenses. Attached is a candidate information sheet which provides further information. Nominations close on 7 September 2018.
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