Sentencing Advisory Council
The Sentencing Advisory Council is an advisory body formed to provide the Tasmania Attorney-General with high level, independent advice on sentencing in Tasmania.
Tasmania is the third State after NSW and Victoria to establish a Sentencing Advisory Council, and Queensland has now established a new Sentencing Advisory Council.
The Attorney-General, the Hon Elise Archer MP, is seeking expressions of interest from persons wishing to be considered for appointment as a member of the Tasmania Sentencing Advisory Council.
The position is for one member who has experience as a senior member of the academic staff of a tertiary institution.
The appointment is voluntary and will be for a period up to three years. Some availability during business hours is required.
Expressions of interest should be in writing and include your current resume and a brief statement on why you are interested in being a member of the Council.
Submit your expression of interest:
Expressions of interest must be received by 5pm on Friday, 5 October 2018.