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, 118 KB] or you can read more about it in this information booklet [PDF, 149 KB].

Tenancy Adjudicator - Nelson & Blenheim

A Tenancy Adjudicator is required for the Tenancy Tribunal in the Nelson & Blenheim area.  This is a part time position with a standard commitment of one to two days per week.  Two or more days a week may be available.

The successful applicant is likely to have legal experience or experience in adjudication.  Knowledge of and experience in unit titles may also be relevant, but not essential.  Applicants will need to be able to relate well to the many different people who come to the Tribunal, have an interest in efficient dispute resolution, the ability to conduct a hearing and have a strong sense of fairness.  They will be sensitive to cultural factors that may affect the resolution of a dispute, and demonstrate efficient work habits and an ability to make clear, logical decisions.  Good oral and written communication skills are essential, as is computer literacy.

You can download this pack [DOC, 68 KB] for more information or contact Tania Togiatama, PA to Principal Tenancy Adjudicator – email: tania.togiatama@justice.govt.nz or phone (07) 921 7478.

Applications for the position close at 5.00pm, Thursday 23 February 2017. 

Tenancy Adjudicator - Palmerston North and Wanganui

A Tenancy Adjudicator is required for the Tenancy Tribunal in the Palmerston North and Wanganui area.  This is a part time position with a standard commitment of one to days per week.  Two or more days a week may be available.

The successful applicant is likely to have legal experience or experience in adjudication.  Knowledge of and experience in unit titles may also be relevant, but not essential.  Applicants will need to be able to relate well to the many different people who come to the Tribunal, have an interest in efficient dispute resolution, the ability to conduct a hearing and have a strong sense of fairness.  They will be sensitive to cultural factors that may affect the resolution of a dispute, and demonstrate efficient work habits and an ability to make clear, logical decisions. Good oral and written communication skills are essential, as is computer literacy.

You can download this pack [PDF, 508 KB] for more information or contact Tania Togiatama, PA to Principal Tenancy Adjudicator – email: tania.togiatama@justice.govt.nz or phone (07) 921 7478.

Applications for the position close at 5.00pm, Thursday 2 March 2017.