ONCE again, the Government cannot find any takers for a top post. This time nobody wants to be Privacy Commissioner, with a pay package of more than $190,000 a month. Last month, the Government was forced to advertise the position of Equal Opportunities Commissioner, with a package of about $220,000 a month. So far it has received about 120 applications. Now officials will advertise the privacy post after failing to convince a shortlist of candidates to take the job. But a spokesman denied the Government was facing increasing difficulty in getting suitable appointees for top posts, saying candidates were hesitant about taking up full-time jobs. The spokesman said: 'As this is a full-time job, the appointee would have to relinquish his or her business interests and this may be a major factor in their decisions.' The Privacy Commissioner, who will enforce and promote compliance with the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, will be appointed for five years. Applicants with a legal background and good command of English and Chinese would be preferred. According to the ordinance, the public will have the right to see their own files as well as make corrections.