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Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers' Compensation – Appeals Commissioners

Alberta Labour and Immigration, Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers’ Compensation

The Minister of Labour and Immigration is seeking applications from individuals interested in serving as part-time Appeals Commissioners with the Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers’ Compensation. The Commission is presently recruiting part-time Appeals Commissioners for both Edmonton and Calgary.

The Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers’ Compensation is a quasi-judicial tribunal established under the Workers’ Compensation Act. As a government entity separate from the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB), the Commission provides a final level of appeal for workers and employers on workers’ compensation matters in the province. Our mission is to provide a timely, fair, and independent appeals process consistent with legislation, policy, and the principles of natural justice.
Appeals Commissioners, as members of a panel, hear and decide appeals from decisions of WCB review bodies, by completing extensive file preparation, participating in hearings, and reviewing, weighing and addressing evidence and submissions within a framework of legislation and policy. Candidates must have an extensive and diverse work history from either an employee or employer perspective with a sound understanding of administrative proceedings gained through experience in the interpretation and application of legislation and policy in a quasi-judicial or similar setting. Demonstrated skills at analyzing evidence, exercising judgment, solving problems and strong organizational skills are essential to your success.

To learn more about this opportunity:

Link to Posting:  https://www.alberta.ca/public-agency-opportunities.cfm
Opportunity ID#: 684


Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers' Compensation – Hearing Chairs

Alberta Labour and Immigration, Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers’ Compensation

The Minister of Labour and Immigration is seeking applications from individuals interested in serving as Hearing Chairs for the Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers’ Compensation. The Commission is presently recruiting full-time Hearing Chairs for both Edmonton and Calgary.

The Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers’ Compensation is a quasi-judicial tribunal established under the Workers’ Compensation Act. As a government entity separate from the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB), the Commission provides a final level of appeal for workers and employers on workers’ compensation matters in the province. Our mission is to provide a timely, fair, and independent appeals process consistent with legislation, policy, and the principles of natural justice.

As a Hearing Chair, you will chair and manage hearings, facilitate decision-making processes, and prepare the panel’s written decision. Qualified applicants must have extensive experience in the interpretation and application of legislation and policy, preferably in a quasi-judicial setting, and a sound understanding of administrative proceedings. You have excellent writing skills with preferred experience in drafting decision documents. The ability to manage a challenging and diverse workload will contribute to your success in this role.

To learn more about this opportunity:
Link to Posting:  https://www.alberta.ca/public-agency-opportunities.cfm
Opportunity ID#: 689