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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.


Alberta Labour Relations Board – Vice Chair

Labour & Immigration, Alberta Labour Relations Board, Edmonton, Alberta.

The Minister of Labour and Immigration is seeking applications to fill up to two full-time positions from individuals interested in serving as Vice Chair of the Alberta Labour Relations Board.

The Alberta Labour Relations Board is a representational, independent and impartial tribunal responsible for the day-to-day application and interpretation of Alberta’s labour laws. The Labour Relations Board processes applications, holds hearings, actively encourages dispute resolution, employs officers for investigations and makes major policy decisions. The Labour Relations Board offers informal settlement options to the parties, but it also has inquiry and hearing powers to make binding rulings whenever necessary.

In this full-time leadership role, you will provide impartial and consistent application and interpretation of Alberta’s labour laws. You will chair Labour Relations Board hearings and participate as a panel member in hearings, primarily in Edmonton or Calgary, under the various labour relations statutes. Exercising in-depth understanding of the legislation, you will act impartially in dealing with applications, while maintaining consistency with Labour Relations Board policies and procedures. As part of this role, you will provide leadership on projects and administrative matters, and represent the Labour Relations Board in public relations functions.

The office is located in Edmonton. Hearings are usually held in the Edmonton or Calgary office. Candidates should be prepared to travel throughout the province as required. Currently, many of the hearings are taking place by way of video conference.

Opportunity ID#: PAS 719

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Red Deer County and The City of Red Deer invite letters of interest from persons who may be interested in being appointed as the Chairperson of the INTERMUNICIPAL SUBDIVISION AND DEVELOPMENT APPEAL BOARD.

This is a Quasi‑Judicial Board that hears appeals arising from Subdivision and Development Permit decisions for properties located within the City’s Growth Area and the Collaborative Planning Areas and Agricultural and Open Space Area and that are currently located within Red Deer County (as shown on Map 1 in the City/County IDP). This Board also acts as the Intermunicipal Disagreement Resolution Board as noted in the IDP.

This seven (7) member Board will meet as required, and the meetings are held during the day, Monday to Friday (normally an 8:30 a.m. or 1 p.m. start time). Board members receive an honorarium for their participation in these hearings. The successful candidate is required to complete mandatory provincial appeal board training prior to hearing an appeal.

Additional information regarding this appointment is available by contacting Red Deer County Legislative Services at 403-357‑2366 or City of Red Deer Appeals Coordinator at 403-342-8233.

Interested persons can forward letters of interest highlighting their qualifications by Wednesday, ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­March 31, 2021 to:

Legislative Services
Red Deer County
38106 Rge Rd 275
Red Deer County, AB T4S 2L9

Law Society Tribunal (ON)

The Position:

The Tribunal is an independent adjudicative body within the Law Society of Ontario, consisting of a Chair, Vice-Chairs, members and tribunal staff. Adjudicators include lawyers, paralegals and lay people, who are neither lawyers nor paralegals. Lay adjudicators bring valuable perspectives to the Tribunal and help to ensure professional accountability.

Lay adjudicators are appointed by Convocation, the governing body of the Law Society, and must be approved by the Attorney General of Ontario. In addition to remuneration, the Tribunal provides all adjudicators with travel expenses.

To see a list of current adjudicators and their bios, click here.


The ideal candidate has made contributions to the public and/or their community, preferably contributions relating to the legal system. Previous experience as an adjudicator, or the completion of an adjudicator training course, are assets as well.

Successful applicants must:

  • be committed to the protection of the public interest within the Law Society’s mandate, and to the integrity of the Tribunal process;
  • be committed to diversity and to maintaining fair, transparent processes that meet the highest professional standards.
  • be able to adhere to Tribunal procedures and meet standards of consistency and quality in their adjudication;
  • have strong communication skills and the ability to work collegially with other adjudicators;
  • be able to commit to regular availability for both short and long hearings, including timely continuation dates;
  • be comfortable using word processing and basic web technology;
  • not be licensed by the Law Society of Ontario as lawyers or paralegals.
We are interested especially in candidates who can conduct hearings in French, have experience with Indigenous matters, have experience with mental health matters, or have familiarity with vulnerable groups involved in the legal system.

Adjudicators receive compensation for their work and reimbursement for travel if required.

To Apply:

An application package consists of a cover letter, curriculum vitae and two writing samples. The package must be sent by email, including “Lay Adjudicator Application” in the subject line, to

The deadline for applications is April 1, 2021.

Malcolm M. Mercer, Chair
Law Society Tribunal

The Law Society Tribunal strives to reflect the population of Ontario and the diversity of the legal professions among its members. We encourage applications from members of equality-seeking communities, including those based on race, ancestry, ethnic origin, place of origin, citizenship, language, disability, age, creed, sex, gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation.



Ontario Physicians and Surgeons Discipline Tribunal

Part-time Adjudicators (4-5 positions)

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario regulates the practice of medicine in Ontario. The College is enhancing its adjudication of professional discipline matters, establishing the Ontario Physicians and Surgeons Discipline Tribunal as its discipline committee and increasing the independence of the Tribunal from the College.

We are recruiting experienced adjudicators to chair hearing panels and conduct pre-hearing and case management conferences for the new Tribunal. The successful candidates will be recommended to the College’s council for appointment for an initial term of three years.


  • at least five years of part-time or full-time experience as an adjudicator
  • excellent hearing management, reason writing and mediation skills
  • ability to clearly explain legal concepts and their application
  • availability throughout the year for hearings and prompt continuations
  • proficiency with technology, including virtual hearing platforms
  • well-organized and attentive to detail
  • strong interpersonal skills
  • experience with professional regulation and/or health care is an asset
  • ability to conduct hearings in French is an asset
To apply, email a cover letter, curriculum vitae and two decisions you have written to:

David A. Wright
Tribunal Director and Chair, Discipline Committee
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
80 College St.
Toronto, ON M5G 2E2

Please include “Adjudicator Application” in the subject line of your email. The deadline is April 14, 2021.

The Ontario Physicians and Surgeons Discipline Tribunal strives to reflect the diversity of the population of Ontario among its members. We especially welcome applications from members of equity-seeking groups. If you wish to request accommodation during the recruitment process, please advise us.