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The Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals is pleased to provide you with this New Job Bank that will enable members and non-members to post upcoming positions or find positions in the field of administrative tribunals. If you are a non-member and wish to post a position, please email A CCAT administrator will post the position for a fee of $100.00 plus applicable taxes. CCAT members can access and post on the Job Bank free of charge by clicking "add post" at the link below.



Order in Council Vacancies/ Postes annoncés (nominations par décret) – WSIAT/TASPAAT - Toronto

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal (WSIAT) is inviting applications for part-time Member Representative of Employers, Order in Council positions. Interested applicants must apply through Ontario’s Public Appointments Secretariat (PAS #200032 and PAS #200033). WSIAT’s screening process includes a written test.

*Les détails au sujet des postes seront annoncés sous peu (voir la section Postes annoncés sur le site Les personnes intéressées doivent poser leur candidature par l’intermédiaire du Secrétariat des nominations de l’Ontario. Le processus de sélection du TASPAAT comporte un examen écrit. 

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:
Opportunity ID#: 689