The Independent Commission Against Corruption is seeking a physical fitness and self-defence instructor to work within its operations department. Overall, the job is to encourage and assist serving officers to maintain an appropriate personal fitness regime and healthy lifestyle. Investigators in the operations department have the powers of arrest and detention and may, at times, face physical challenges in the course of carrying out their duties. It is important that they are well-prepared for this eventuality. Applicants should have at least seven years of supervisory experience in physical fitness or self-defence training. They should have a recognised qualification in self-defence training and first aid, to create a solid physical fitness and self-defence regime for the officers. The instructor will also need to teach the fitness and defence classes and conduct physical fitness tests for new applicants in the department. The instructor will be required to work with the firearms instructor because, together, they will be expected to devise the necessary training scheme for arrest, restraint and defence techniques. Additional duties include maintaining the gym and multipurpose training hall at the commission's new headquarters and at its training camp in the New Territories. Entering at the middle ranking officer level, the salary is HK$45,855 per month. Those with less experience may also be considered. All candidates must be permanent residents.