**For information only: Applications closed**.
The Data Protection Authority is the governance body for the Data Protection Commissioner (Emma Martins) and the Office of Data Protection and ensures their independence.
The Authority consists of the Chair, Richard Thomas CBE, and between four and eight members, plus the Commissioner, ex-officio. The Authority employs the Commissioner, sets the strategic direction for the organisation and advises the States and the public.
Being a member of the Data Protection Authority is a paid role, with a time commitment of six days a year.
Contact the Office of the Committee for Home Affairs at HomeAffairs@gov.gg to express and interest and obtain a candidate brief.
Closed: 31 December 2021