Special Broadcasting Service Corporation (Selection criteria for the appointment of non-executive Directors) Determination 2013

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COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA
 
Special Broadcasting Service Act 1991
Special Broadcasting Service Corporation (Selection criteria for the appointment of non-executive Directors) Determination 2013
 
I, MALCOLM BLIGH TURNBULL, Minister for Communications, acting under subsection 43A(1) of the Special Broadcasting Service Act 1991, hereby determine selection criteria for the appointment of a non-executive Director.
 
 
Dated 9 December 2013
 
 
 
 
MALCOLM TURNBULL
Minister for Communications
 
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1.      Name of Determination
This determination is the Special Broadcasting Service Corporation (Selection criteria for the appointment of non-executive Directors) Determination 2013.
 
2.      Commencement
This determination commences on the day after it is registered on the Federal Register of Legislative Instruments.
 
 
3.      Definitions
In this determination:
SBS means the Special Broadcasting Service Corporation.
non-executive Director has the meaning given by section 3 of the Special Broadcasting Service Act 1991.
 
4.      Selection criteria
 
(1)   Candidates must demonstrate substantial experience or knowledge in at least one of the following fields:
(a)    the media industry, including broadcasting, digital media and/or digital technologies;
(b)   business or financial management;
(c)    corporate governance, including managing large and/or complex operations in the private, public or not-for-profit sectors;
(d)   cultural industry and/or cultural policy, including its administration;
(e)    industrial relations, including an understanding of interests of employees.
 
(2)   Candidates will possess:
a)      demonstrated high level leadership and vision, and the ability to articulate a clear direction for an organisation;
b)      a commitment to high standards of governance;
c)      high-level judgement;
d)     the highest standards of professional and personal integrity;  
e)      an understanding of, or the ability to credibly represent, the communication needs of Australia’s multicultural society, including ethnic, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities; and
f)       an understanding of the media environment, in particular the role of the SBS as a multicultural broadcaster, its Charter and its place within the Australian community.
 
 
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