Dotcom on the hunt for live-in staff


Kim Dotcom wants you.

The controversial multi-millionaire tech mogul, who recently set up home in Queenstown with his new wife, Liz, is looking for a raft of new, and slightly unconventional, live-in staff.

The 44-year-old, whose ex-wife Mona and five children also live in the resort, advertised the job openings on Twitter.

“We are looking for a Michelin star chef, executive protection professional, counter-intelligence professional, German teacher for my kids, a DJ/sound engineer, a PA and a Zeppelin pilot,” the post says.

The German entrepreneur’s been using his Twitter account, followed by more than 733,000 people, to show off his new lavish lifestyle in Queenstown.

His posts include a video of him and the new Mrs Dotcom taking a golf buggy tour around their resort property, dubbed ‘Dotcom Park’.

The move south follows a recent ruling by the Human Rights Tribunal the Attorney-General broke the law by withholding infor-mation from Dotcom.

He says that means his extradition case is “over”.

But, he’s still facing extradition to the United States to face charges of criminal copyright violation.

Anyone can send in their CVs – it’s not clear when job applications close.