Because as of right now, they’re hiring.
So if you feel like spending your time helping classify an ungodly amount of video games, movies, publications and enforcement referrals, you can apply here
The job pays well, really well actually. Members of the Classification Board can expect to receive a total package of $128,000 per annum, along with help with relocation costs if required.
Here is the selection criteria:
i. demonstrated involvement in the community and the ability to reflect broad community standards
ii. understanding of the classifications and their value in the community and the capacity to understand the classification process
iii. good judgement and the ability to make objective decisions independent of personal views
iv. maturity and balance and the ability to apply reason, common sense and sensitivity when assessing a wide variety of material
v. demonstrated oral and written communication skills and the ability to debate difficult issues within the decision making process
vi. the ability to work intensively and under pressure as part of a small team, and
vii. demonstrated general computer skills including competence with Microsoft Office applications and email, or the ability to rapidly develop such skills.
Note: No formal qualifications are required. Experience with children, whether as a parent or through former work experience, will be highly regarded.
So basically anyone can apply for this job. Have at it!