|Organisation/Entity:||Workers Compensation Commission|
|Job Reference Number:||00005A7B|
|Number of Positions:||6|
|Total Remuneration Package:||Please refer to the information kit.|
|Contact:||email@example.com - Please refer to the Information Kit or our website, or email your query to:|
|Closing Date:||11/06/2017 - 11:59 PM|
Statutory Appointments - Sessional and Full-Time Roles Available
Up to Five Year Terms
The Workers Compensation Commission of NSW (WCC) is an independent statutory tribunal within the NSW justice system that resolves workers compensation disputes. Arbitrators assist in resolving disputes through conciliation and arbitration. An Arbitrator’s role includes decision making and Arbitrators are expected to be well-researched, organised and articulate in order to support durable determinations.
The WCC now seeks to appoint appropriately qualified and experienced individuals as either full-time or sessional Arbitrators. Arbitrators will be located in Sydney and regional areas. Some travel may be required.
Full-time Arbitrators receive an attractive salary and sessional Arbitrators are remunerated under a fee schedule. Appointments will be made for terms up to five years, with eligibility for reappointment.
Ideally, applicants will be qualified legal practitioners with sound knowledge of workers compensation law and practice, coupled with demonstrated alternative dispute resolution and facilitation skills and experience.
For further information, please click here for an Information Kit or visit www.wcc.nsw.gov.au. If further information is required after reviewing the Information Kit and our website, please email your query to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To apply - all applications must be submitted online via www.iworkfor.nsw.gov.au
Applications close at 11:59PM (AEST) on Sunday 11th June 2017.
WCC is an EEO employer and welcomes applicants from diverse backgrounds. WCC also supports the NSW Government’s Women In Leadership strategy. If you require access to information about the role via a different process or have access requirements that require reasonable adjustment in the application/assessment process please contact one of the nominated enquiries officers to discuss.
NB: successful candidates will be required to consent to a national criminal background and qualification check.
Please refer to the Information Kit (link above).
Job candidates should ensure that collectively their cover letter and/or resume demonstrates the assessment criteria outlined in the Information Kit.